Mamburam Maqam (Shrine of Mamburam Thangal) Mamburam, Tirurangadi, Mamburam (in Abdu Rahiman Nagar village) is located 26 kms. east of Tirur and on the northern bank of Kadalundi river locally known as Panampuzha. The place is renowned for Makham i.e. shrine. This Makham was built over the grave of Sayyid Hussain Ibn Alabi Jiffer Thangal popularly known as Mamburam Thangal, reached Kerala from Thareem in Yemen two centuries ago.He staunchly opposed the social disparities of that time. History honours him not only as a spiritual leader of Malabar but also as a social reformer and freedom fighter. Mamburam Makham is undoubtedly today one of the busiest Muslim pilgrim centres in South India.

He died in the month of Shaban in the Hijira year 1169. It is an important pilgrim centre for Mulsims. The Mamburam Nercha, held in memory of Mamburam Thangal near this tomb, takes place once in a year in the month of Muharram, lasting for a week, will have religious speeches and sessions of prayers. A mass food distribution will mark the finale of the Urus. Huge Number of people are expected to get free food from Mamburam Maqam (shrine)

Mamburam is just 2 K.Ms away from the N.H 17,V.K.Padi. And 40 Kilo Meters from nearest city, Kozhikode
Mamburam is just 16 K.Ms away from the Calicut International Airport
Railway Station:
Nearest major railway station is Tirur (10 K.Ms away) and nearest railway station is Parappanangadi (6 K.Ms away)

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