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Chettuva Fort

Chettuva kotta - William Fort alias Tipu Sultan Fort is an remarkable historical monument located at Chettuva, a small village in Engandiyoor Panchayath, Thrissur District of Kerala. The Chettuva Fort foundation was constructed by the Dutch in 1714. Later this fort was captured by the ruler of Mysore, Tipu Sultan and was demolished partially and made some amendments to the fort. It is believed that an underground tunnel was created by the Mysore Tiger for his traveling to other forts. The Chettuva fort spread across 5 acres of land and now in a demolished state. Kerala Government has announced several projects to reinstate this fort to become a tourism destination in the map of Kerala Tourism.

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Engandiyur village office

Engandiyur Village is located in the Thalikulam block of Chavakkad taluk, Thrissur district in the Indian state of Kerala.This village shares borders with Orumanayur village on the north side and Vadanapilly village on the south side. On the west side is Vadanappally village,Kadappuram village and to the east, Canoli Canal.

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Chettuva Bridge

Chettuva Bridge connects Orumanayur village and Engandiyur village. There is a beautiful view from bridge.

Thirumangalam Shiva Temple

Thirumangalam Sree Maha Vishnu Siva Temple is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu and Shiva at Engandiyur of Thrissur District in Kerala state in India. The presiding deity of the temple are Maha Vishnu and Shiva, located in separate sanctum sanatoriums, facing East. According to folklore, Shiva Linga is swayabhu and sage Parashurama has installed the idol. The temple is a part of the 108 famous Shiva temples in Kerala.

Aayiramkanni Temple

Engandiyur Ayiramkanni Bhagavathy Temple is located at the coastal village of Engandiyoor in Thrissur District and the shrine is around 24 km west of Thrissur town. The shrine is dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi. The annual pooram is held in Kumbham month.