Pattikkad, Thrissur

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Pattikkad (India)
Coordinates: 10°33′0″N76°20′0″E / 10.55000°N 76.33333°E / 10.55000; 76.33333 Coordinates: 10°33′0″N76°20′0″E / 10.55000°N 76.33333°E / 10.55000; 76.33333
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Thrissur
  TypeGrama Panchayath
  BodyTwo Village offices i.e. Pananchery & Peechi
  Official Malayalam, English, Hindi
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
Telephone code0487
Vehicle registration KL-08
Coastline0 kilometres (0 mi)
ollur constituency Thrissur
Civic agencyTwo Village officers i.e. Pananchery & Peechi
Climate Tropical monsoon (Köppen)
Avg. summer temperature35 °C (95 °F)
Avg. winter temperature20 °C (68 °F)

Pattikkad is a small village in Thrissur district of Kerala.



Pattikkad is situated about 13 km north-east of Thrissur , 21 km from vadakkanchry of Palakkad district and 7 km from Peechi Dam and the Power Grid Corporation of India HDVC Station.

Religious center

Pattikad is rich in the case of religious harmony.Makarachowa festival at Chembootra Kodungallur Kavu Bhagavathy Temple is one of the main attraction.


Arts and Sports Clubs


The Kerala Forest Research Institute and Banana Research Station, Kannara is situated between Pattikkad and Peechi. The Kerala Agricultural University is situated at Vellanikkara near Pattikkad. Around 1500 students are studying in the GLPS and GHSS Pattikkad

Govt. and aided schools
Private schools


National Highway 544 (India) [ Earlier NH-47], a Six Line Highway passes through Pattikkad. KSRTC and Private Buses are available to Thrissur, Palakkad(Towards East),Elanad,Govindapuram,Pollachi, and Peechi sides.

Notable residents

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