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Arambram is a small town near Madavoor, Kerala in India. Arambram is 20 KM away from Calicut. It belongs to Madavoor panchayath, Kozhikode Taluk and District.


Map of Arambram, Kerala


It is believed that the name of Arambram was actually Aramapuram, meaning the land of garden, but there is no authentic evidence in this regard. At present, the oldest authorized institution in this area is Government Upper Primary School. It is almost eighty years old.

General Information

  • pincode 673571
  • nearest airport -Calicut Airport
  • nearest Railway station -calicut
  • population approximately 6,000
  • It belongs to Koduvally Legislative assembly Constituency and kozhikode Parliament Constituency.
  • It has three polling booths, two are in arambram GMUP school,and one in kottakkav vayal lp school.
  • Education

    Literacy rate is above 90%.

    Most of the people are aware of the importance of education, number of pupils going for degree and PG.

    Due to Gulf boom, most of the people have enough money to spend for their children's education.

    Chakkalakkal HSS, and GMUP School Arambram, MSS English Medium School are some of the important educational institutes in this area. It is home to Chakkalakkal High School.

    Places of importance

    Famous VMK Botanical Garden is situated here. In this garden, more than 250 species of plants are protected. Noted writer VM Koya is the founder of this garden.

    Tourism department of the Government of Kerala has approved VMK Botanical garden as a tourist destination.

    A hanging bridge connects Arambram to Koduvally Panchayath. This bridge crosses Punoor River. While passing through Calicut Wayanad Highway, we can watch this bridge.

    Chakkalakkal high school is situated near to Arambram and provides education base for Madavoor village.


    Arambram Wikipedia

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