A beautiful village in Chittoor tauk of Palakkad district, Pallassana is best known today for the famous MeenKulathiDevi Ksethram(also known as Pazhaya Kavu). This temple attracts hordes of devotees from all parts of the district and an equal number from the neighbouring town of Coimbatore in TamilNadu. Needless to say there is therefore a distinct mix of Tamil culture here. The other most important feature of this village is the 'Kanyar Kalli' held 10 days after Vishu every year for a period of 4 days.Pallasana panchayat is the regular winner of the Kanyar Kalli competition held every year.
Geographically it is 4 kms from Kollengode on the Kollengode-Kunisseri-Alathur route.Nemmara is 8 kms far. It's quite a big panchayat and the thing that strikes one the most are the lush green paddy fields that abound here. The most important places here are Chirrakode, Panthapully, Ozhuvupara, ParaKalam, Poola parambu etc. The adjoining taluks are Thalloor, Kakkayur, Karipode and Kollengode.It's 25 kms away from Palakkad town.
The other temples here are Kirathamoorthy temple, Bhagavathy temple and Saba Madam. The Irapakkal temple is also well known here.
There's a high school, a mosque, a lot of furnace shops for welding (The kollanmar have a good strength here).
There are also a lot of toddy shops and a grade 3 cinema theater
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