Mukundapuram Taluk

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Mukundapuram taluk
Mukundapuram Taluk
Mukundapuram Taluk
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Thrissur District
Headquarters Irinjalakuda
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration KL
Taluks in Thrissur District Thrissur Taluk map.png
Taluks in Thrissur District

Mukundapuram Taluk is a taluk (tehsil) in Irinjalakuda Revenue Division of Thrissur district in the Indian state of Kerala. [1] In 1762 this taluk was formed by Cochin King. When new Chalakudy taluk was formed in 2013 it lost majority of its territory. At present the headquarters of the taluk is Irinjalakuda. [2] and It comprises 29 villages. [3]

  1. Amballur
  2. Anandapuram
  3. Chengallur
  4. Edathirinji
  5. Irinjalakkuda
  6. Kaduppassery
  7. Kallur
  8. Karalam
  9. Karumathra
  10. Kattur
  11. Kottanellur
  12. Madayikonam
  13. Manavalassery
  14. Muriyad
  15. Nellayi
  16. Nenmanikkara
  17. Padiyur
  18. Parappukkara
  19. Poomangalam
  20. Porathissery
  21. Pullur
  22. Puthenchira
  23. Thekkumkara
  24. Thoravu
  25. Thottippal
  26. Thrikkur
  27. Vadakkumkara
  28. Vallivattam
  29. Velukkara

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