Kaippuram is a small town in Thiruvegappura panchayath of Palakkad district, Kerala. It is located on Valanchery – Koppam road. Valanchery and Koppam are located at an equal distance of 6 kilometers from here. The town is situated between Naduvattom and West kaippuram.

Thiruvegappura grama panchayath headquarters located in West Kaippuram. Kaippuram is famous for the presence of Rayiranelloor mala, legendary Naranath Branthan lived. There is a bhranthan statue built on top of Rayiranelloor hill. Naranath brathan was believed to live 1500 years ago. He was the son of Vararuchi, famous astrologer of the time and adorned the court of King Vikramadithya. Naranath bhranthan came to Thiruvegappura for learning vedas. He chose Thiruvegappura and neighboring Rayiranelloor hill as his usual Adobe. Rayiranelloor hill is also known as “Bhranthachalam”. Naranath bhranthan is considered to be a divine person who pretended to be mad.

The most famous thing of Naranath bhranthan which people think about him is habit of rolling big stones up the hill and letting them roll down back and laughing on seeing this sight.

Bhranthan statue at Rayiranelloor hill

Kaippuram has a strong presence of Hindu and Muslim community.

Kaippuram juma masjid
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