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Country India
State Kerala
District(s) Kannur
Population 13,443 (2001)
Time zone IST (UTC+05:30)

Manantheri is a village in Kannur district in the Indian state of Kerala.[1]


As of 2001 India census, Manantheri had a population of 13443 with 6400 males and 7043 females.[1]


YOU CAN SEE THIS PLACE IS SARROUNDED BY HILL IS CALLED MADANGAGIRI/MAHADEVAGIRILATER ON MANANTHERY.Mananthery Maha kshetra samuchaya have 5000 years of tradition.This is the Meditation place of Maha mathanga Maharshi.He used sivaliga is related to kottiyoor dakshayaga story is the main temple called Mananthery Mahadeva Temple.Later on Pazhasssiraja used this temple as his camp house in the battles with Tippusulthan and the British.The British army destroyed the compound wall and major parts of this temple.Pazhassirajas army commander Kaithery Madathil Chandu and his sister Makkam resided in left side if the temple.The renovation of this temple started in a part of historic investigation related to the temple the story of Pazhassiraja got from the folksong Thottam pattu.We requested Mathubumi cheief editor to convey the message of Pazhassirajas un Known First war against British in the history.You can see the original battle field of Pazhassi,The destoyed Regency of Kaithery Ambu Nair and the Ancient temples of Mahadeva ,Sreekrishna,Sreeporkkali,Mahavishnu,Deva senapathi Subrahmanyaswami Valiyaveliham indrustrial Estate is situated near the place up on the hill.Now here Rubo 3 units and mariyan apparel factory is situated.It is the futuristic IT and Textile hub

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