Nadaparambu is a fast growing town in Parathur grama panchayath of Palakkad district in Kerala. It is located 4 kilometers away from Thiruvegappura town on Thiruvegappura – Pallipuram road.

Paruthur higher secondary school is major landmark of Nadaparambu. Students from Paruthur panchayath and Thiruvegappura panchayath study in Paruthur higher secondary school.

Paruthur school

Nadaparambu is a vibrant small commercial centre of this area. It is well connected by roads. Thiruvegappura – Pallipuram road is passing through here. There is a road to Karambathur starts from here. A railway line is passing through neighborhood of Nadaparambu. Kuttipuram is the main railway station.

Nadaparambu is a border town between Malappuram and Palakkad districts. There is a mixed Palakkad and Malappuram culture. Nadaparambu is situated very close to Irimbiliyam panchayath of Malappuram district and Thiruvegappura panchayath of Palakkad district. Nearest major town are Valanchery and Thrithala.

Nadaparambu is an agrarian village where rice is widely cultivated. There are vast paddy fields in and around Nadaparambu. Kunthipuzha (locally known as Thoothapuzha) merges with Bharathappuzha (Second longest river in Kerala) at Irimbiliyam panchayath, very close to Nadaparambu. Thoothapuzha and Bharathappuzha provide enough water for the vast paddy fields. Coconut, arecanut, banana, tapioca are widely cultivated.

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