Vendallur is a small village in Irimbiliyam panchayath of Malappuram district, Kerala. It is located 7 kilometers away from Valanchery town. Kuttipuram panchayath and Valanchery municipality share border with Vendallur.

Vendallur is an ancient historic village dates back to pre-historic period. There is clear evidence of pre-historic human settlement in this area. Hundreds of clay dolls, date back late to medieval period, have been discovered from the premises of Parambath Kavu Bhagavathi temple in the hillock of Vendallur during excavations. Government of Kerala is planning the site for pilgrim tourism project.

Vendallur-Painkannur bridge

Vendallur Vela, an annual temple festival takes place in Vendallur Bhagavathi temple. It is one of the major festivals in Vendallur and adjacent areas. Hundreds of people gather in and around Vendallur temple.

Vendallur is primarily an agrarian village with vast paddy fields. Rice is the major crop cultivated in these fields. Majority of the people in Vendallur depend on rice cultivation and related activities for their livelihood. Vast paddy fields get sufficient water from neighboring Bharathappuzha, second longest river in Kerala which is flowing through the neighborhood of Vendallur.

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