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Coordinates: 10°24′0″N76°20′30″E / 10.40000°N 76.34167°E / 10.40000; 76.34167 Coordinates: 10°24′0″N76°20′30″E / 10.40000°N 76.34167°E / 10.40000; 76.34167
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Thrissur
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Vehicle registration KL-
Nearest cityThrissur
Lok Sabha constituencyThrissur

Mupliyam is a small village near Pudukkad town in Thrissur district of Kerala state, south India. It is located 9 km away from NH 544 from Pudukad which is 13 km from Thrissur town. Mupliyam comes under Chalakudy Taluk and Varandarappilly Panchayath. The river which passes through Mupliyam becomes Kurumali river (Mupliyam river). Muniyattukunnu of Mupliyam is famous for its dolmens, which were declared as protected monument as per Government proceeding. Only one dolmen stands intact at Muniyattukunnu. The rest have been destroyed by quarrying in the area. India. [1] [2]






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