Thamarassery

Thamarassery is a picturesque town in Kozhikode district of Kerala, India, 30 km east of Kozhikode (Calicut) City. It lies on the CalicutWayanad route (National Highway 212). Thamarassery spreads across 56 square kilometers and belonged to the Kottayam kings during the pre-independent era.

The Thamarassery town is strategically placed as roads to four other busy nearby towns (Koyilandy, Kalpetta, Mukkam and Kozhikode) converge from here, all around 30 km from Thamarassery.Apart from the National Highway, the KoyilandiNilambur State Highway also passes through here. Nearby places include Koduvally, Thiruvambady, Balussery, KodencheriThamarassery is an agricultural area with a large portion of its population being farmers. Cocunut and Rubber are the major produces. Kerala’s first rubber estate, now in the hands of AV Thomas and Co., is located here.
 
Alphonsa Senior Secondary School and Technical HSS Thamarassery situated here provide educational services to the habitants around the area along with the century old Karadi Government UP School and Govt. Vocational Higher Secondary School, Korangad.
 
Thamarassery is well connected to its surrounding areas via road transport. Bus services to nearby towns like Kozhikode, Koyilandy, Adivaram, Sulthan Bathery, Mukkam, etc. are available regularly. The Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) has a bus stand and depot at Thamarassery. All private buses operate from the New Bus Stand at Karadi nearby the KSRTC depot. Nearest airport, the Calicut International Airport is 56 km away, while the Kozhikode Railway Station is 30 km away.
 
Many tourism hot spots are located around the town. Thusharagiri Falls is situated 20 km from the town.


District:
Kozhikode
Longitude:
11.413987
Latitude:
75.923510

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