Madayipara is a small flat topped hillock. It is one of the lovely and attractive small hills in Kannur and famous toruist attraction. This place is also famous for its numerous species of rare flora and fauna.
Location : Madayipara is located Pazhayangadi town and this town is located just 25 km away from Kannur.
Madayipara or Madayi Para is a green laterite hill and situated on the banks of Kuppam River. This region is served administrative centre during the reign of the Ezhimala kings. Here you can see the ruins of Pazhi Kotta Fort. Pazhi Kotta Fort is well-known for its watch towers at the corners.
Prime attraction of Madayipara is Madayi Kavu Temple (Thiruvar Kadu Bhagavathi Temple), the Vadakunnu Shiva Temple and Malik Ibn Dinar mosque.
Madayi Kavu Temple or Thiruvar Kadu Bhagavathi Temple
Madayi Kavu Temple is the cheif attraction of this place. This temple is dedicated to Goddess Kali. Devotees worshipped the Goddess Bhadrakali in this temple.Divine atmosphere of this temple gives the spiritual shanti to devotees and travellers.
Vadakunnu Shiva Temple
Vadakunnu Shiva Temple is another tourist attraction of this historical site. This temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Main attarction of this temple is adjoining pond.
Malik Ibn Dinar mosque
Malik Ibn Dinar mosque is muslim religious place. It believed Malik Ibn Dinar, a Muslim preacher was originally built this mosque.
Madayipara is a perfect place for nature lovers with its exciting variety of flora and fauna. In this region 300 kinds of flowering plants, 100 species of butterflies, 30 types of grass and 150 species of birds are find. Due to its chaming sightseeing and religious significance, it attract many travellers throughout the year.