Palakkad is one of the fourteen districts of Kerala and has no coastal line. The district opens the state to the rest of the country through the Palakkad Gap with a width of 32 to 40 Kms. Its geographical position, historical background, educational status, tourism hot-spots and above all, the development activities that are carried out, are wide and varied. The district is one of the main granaries of Kerala and its economy is primarily agricultural. The district is also the land of Palmyrahs.
- Comparison of daily rainfall over Palakkad District in June (2018, 2019 and 2020) (PDF 44.5 KB)
- RR package Vadanamkurissi ROB ( PDF 1.82MB )
- Ottapalam Bypass Road – Social Impact Assessment of Land Acquisition for the Construction ( PDF 4MB )
- Extra Ordinary Kerala Gazette 4(1) Notification of Moolathara R.B Canal ( PDF 159 KB)