Pang Chendi

Pang Chendi

Pang Chendi is a fastest growing junction town in Kuruva panchayath of Malappuram district, Kerala. Pang is a large area inside Kuruva panchayath. Different places in Pang use the word Pang before its place. Pang Chendi, Pang South, Pang Bhaskarapadi, Pang Ambalaparambu are the major places in Pang. Chendi is the largest commercial centre in Pang region.

Pang Chendi is well connected by roads. Pookkattiri – Padapparambu road is passing through Chendi town. Kadampuzha Kottakkal road starts from Chendi town. Chendi is the easiest route to Malappuram and Manjeri from Valanchery and Kuttipuram.

Pang Chendi is a beautiful and picturesque countryside where there are many hills and paddy fields. It has an undulating terrain of sloping hills where rubber is widely cultivated. Coconut, arecanut, banana and other vegetables are cultivated. Pang region is becoming a new tourism hotspot in Malappuram. Unpopulated and undiscovered regions attract many irban people to this area. Farm tourism is a booming business in Pang.

Pangil Ahammed Kutty Musliar

Pang Juma Masjid

Pangil Ahammed Kutty Musliar was a great Islamic scholar, reformer, orator,organizer and founder of Samastha Kerala Jamiyyathul Ulema, a powerful sunny Muslim body which controls thousands of mosques and madrasas in Kerala and outside.

He was born in the year of 1888 during the British era at Pang in Ernad taluk of Malabar district (Currently in Malappuram district of Kerala). He completed his Islamic education from Baqiyathu Salihath Arabic College and Latheefiya Arabic College from Vellore, Tamilnadu. Ahammed Kutty Musliar started Dars ( Islamic teachings ) in Mannarkadu until Malabar rebellion breaks out in Ernadu and Valluvanadu taluks. He actively participated in non-violence freedom struggle against British Government. He was against the way of Ali Musliar, a freedom fighter during Malabar rebellion. Pangil Ahammed Kutty Musliar propagated non violence and asked Ali Musliar to abandon the path of violence to achieve freedom. After the Malabar rebellion. In 1924 he was invited to take over famous Tanur Islahul Uloom Arabic College.

After the suppression of Malabar rebellion, muslims in Malabar district faced severe British atrocities and arrests. Pangil organized Muslims and established Samastha Kerala Jamiyuathul Ulema in 1926. He was offered the first president position by Ulemas. But he rejected the offer and suggested Varakkal Mullakkoya Thangal as the first president of Samastha. After demise of Varakkal Mullakoya Thangal in 1932, Pangil was selected as the second president of Samastha. He was a islamic writer and has authored many books.

Zaitoon International Campus

Zaitoon is a an educational centre under Zaitoon Foundation. It has separate campus for boys and girls. Girls campus is located at Pang Chendi.

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