Mahe district is one of the district of the Union Territory of Puducherry in India.
Geography of Mahe
Mahe district covers the 9 Sq. Km. area. . The total area of Mahe District is surrounded by North Malabar of Kerala State. Three sides by Kannur District and one side by Kozhikode District. In fact, geogriphically Mahe District is part of North Malabar.
Mahe is a picturesque little area which is bounded in the south-west by the Arabian Sea, in the north by the river Ponniyar and on the other sides by a stretch of calcareous hills of medium height which are linked to the ghats by a series of wooded hillocks.
Latitude of Mahe city : 11 deg, 42.1 min North
Longitude of Mahe city : 75 deg , 32.2 min East
About Mahe District
The history of Kerala no concrete evidence is available mentioning the place ‘Mahe’ other wise called by the natives "Mayyazhi". It is only after the settlement of the French, the name Mahe (Mayyazhi) got a place in the geographical map of India.
Revenue Villages in Mahe District
In Mahe District there is 5 Revenue Villages
Railway Station in Mahe District
Mahe Railway Station
Temples in Mahe District
Sree Hareeswara Temple
Sree Krishna Temple
Sree Ayya Temple
Colleges in Mahe District
Mahatma Gandhi Government Arts College
Mahe Co-operative College of Education
Sree Narayana College of Education
Major Crops of Mahe District
Coconut, Paddy Arecanut, Pepper black, Banana, Tapioca are the main crops of this district.