Which place is known as Mini Ooty of Kerala?

Arimbra Hills
Arimbra Hills, popularly known as the Mini Ooty is a tourist spot in Malappuram. It is an ideal place to feel the clouds and to watch sunset. Located at a height of 1050 ftabove sea level, the place attracts large number of visitors for its rolling hills and scenic views.

Which district is Ranipuram in?

Kasaragod district
Ranipuram hills is an attractive destination located in the Kasaragod district. The region, once known as Madathumala, shares it borders with Karnataka. Dubbed as the “Ooty of Kerala”, Ranipuram hills is renowned for its cool climate, deep woods and enthralling trekking trails.

Which place is known as Ooty of Malabar?

Kakkayam
Situated at a distance of 45 km from this northern city of Kerala, Kakkayam offers you some peaceful moments in nature’s lap. Kakkayam shares borders with Wayanad and is also often referred to as the ‘Ooty of Malabar.

Which religion is more in Malappuram?

Muslim
As per official census 2011 , Muslim constitue majority in Malappuram. Total population of Malappuram district is 4,112,920 as per census 2011. Muslims constitutes 70.24% of Malappuram population. Hindu are minority in Malappuram state forming 27.60% of total population.

Is Ranipuram open today?

Timings: The fort is open for all from early morning 9:00 am to 5:30 pm in the evening. Entry fee: The entrance fee is INR 100 per person and if you wish to see the light and sound show then you need to pull out INR 20 more.

Is Kozhikode beach open now?

The timings for Kozhikode Beach are 6AM to 7PM.

Who spread Islam in Kerala?

The “nakhudas”, merchant magnates owning ships, spread their shipping and trading business interests across the Indian Ocean. The arrival of the Portuguese explorers in the late 15th century checked the then well-established and wealthy Muslim community’s progress.

How many Muslims live in Malappuram district?

As per official census 2011 and population data 2022 of Malappuram district, Muslim are majority in Malappuram state. Total population of Malappuram district is 4,112,920 as per census 2011. Muslims constitutes 70.24% of Malappuram population. Hindu are minority in Malappuram state forming 27.60% of total population.

Where is Ranipuram situated?