Taliparamba taluk

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Taliparamba taluk

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Taliparamba taluk
Taliparamba taluk (India)
Coordinates: 12°05′30″N75°26′29″E / 12.09167°N 75.44139°E / 12.09167; 75.44139 Coordinates: 12°05′30″N75°26′29″E / 12.09167°N 75.44139°E / 12.09167; 75.44139
CountryFlag of India.svg  India
State Kerala
District Kannur
Government
  Type Taluk
  BodyTaliparamba taluk
   Tehsildar E. M. Reji
Area
  Total830.04 km2 (320.48 sq mi)
Population
 (2011)
  Total481,746
  Density580/km2 (1,500/sq mi)
Languages
  Official Malayalam, English
Time zone UTC+5:30 (IST)
PIN
670xxx
Telephone code0460
Vehicle registration KL 59
Nearest city Kannur
Lok Sabha constituency Kannur
Vidhan Sabha constituency Taliparamba, Irikkur

Taliparamba taluk is one of the five taluks in Kannur district in the state of Kerala, India. [1] It borders Payyanur Taluk in the north, Kannur taluk and Thalassery taluk in the south and Iritty taluk in the east. It is a revenue division for the ease of administrative purposes, and is headquartered in Taliparamba. Most government offices are in the Mini Civil Station in Taliparamba. Taliparamba taluk consists of Taliparamba Municipality, Anthoor Municipality, Sreekandapuram Municipality and 15 surrounding panchayats.

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Constituent villages

Taliparamba taluk has 28 villages. [2]

Demographics

Religions in Taliparamba Subdistrict (2011) [3]

   Hinduism (56.01%)
   Islam (23.76%)
   Christianity (19.9%)
  Other (0.35%)

Taliparamba taluk had a population of 764,888 where 365,811 are males and 399,077 are females as per 2011 Census report. The average sex ratio is 1091. The total literacy rate is 93.85%. Taliparamba taluk constitutes 56.01% Hindus, 23.76% Muslims, 19.9% Christians followed by others. [4]

Geography

Taliparamba taluk consists of highland and midland regions including rubber, pepper, cashew and coconut plantations. It has predominantly agrarian economy.

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References

  1. "Villages(132) | Kannur District , Government of kerala | India". kannur.nic.in. Retrieved 16 September 2020.
  2. "VILLAGE OFFICES IN THALIPARAMBA TALUK" (PDF). Government of India. Retrieved 16 September 2020.
  3. "Religion – Kerala, Districts and Sub-districts". Census of India 2011. Office of the Registrar General.
  4. "Census of India: Search Details". Census of India. Retrieved 16 September 2020.