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Pottam Theyyam at Cheruvathur
|• Total||18.37 km2 (7.09 sq mi)|
|• Official||Malayalam, English|
|Time zone||UTC+5:30 (IST)|
The name comes from "cheriya pathu ooru" (ten small places). In 2010, the authorities decided to rename the town Kuttamath Nagar after the poet Kuttamath.
Cheruvathur has a viewpoint on the national highway to Calicut. The view from this location includes Cheruvathur railway station amid sprawling paddy fields and village houses. Even though hundreds of people stop their vehicles at this location, no basic facilities are provided here. Railings and paved footpaths are essential. One private restaurant is the only facility available right now to the tourists.
Local roads have access to NH.66 which connects to Mangalore in the north and Calicut in the south. The nearest railway station is Cheruvathur on Mangalore-Palakkad line. There are airports at Mangalore and Calicut.
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