History of Malappuram
The district was formed on June 16, 1969, by carving out portions of Kozhikkode and Palakkad districts.The district headquarters is located in the city of Malappuram.
In the early 20th century, Malappuram district was part of the Madras Presidency. The district was an important center of the Indian Independence movement, and many leaders from the region.
After India gained independence in 1947, Malappuram district was a part of the state of Madras. In 1956, the state of Kerala was formed, and Malappuram became a part of it.
Today, Malappuram is a bustling district with a rich cultural heritage. It is known for its lush greenery, beautiful beaches, and historical monuments, such as the Kadalundi Bird Sanctuary, the Padinjarekkara Beach, and the Thirunavaya Temple.
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