Tirur Indus Bus is a town and a municipality in Malappuram district in the Indian state of Kerala. It is one of the most important business centres of Malappuram district. It is situated 41 km south of Kozhikode or Calicut, on the Mangalore-Madras railway line. It is a major trading centre of fish and betel leaf. Manjeri, Malappuram, Ponnani, Perintalmanna and Calicut are the nearest cities.
Tirur, is one of the attractive places where the nature unveils her beauty in the form of lush green plain and wonderful countryside. The place is the birth place of Thunchath Ezhuthachan, who is also known as the ‘Father of Malayalam’. Due to the great personality the place is regarded as one of the best seat for education. The nature and its beauty is the main attraction of the place.
Tirur Indus Bus is a small beautiful coastal town in Malapuram district of Kerala,[south India]. It is one of the important business centres of Malappuram district. It is 41 Kms. south of Kozhikode, on the Mangalore-Madras railway line. It is a major trading center of fish and betel.
Tirur is also part of the first laid railroad in Kerala, and hence historically significant. The birth place of Thunchan Ramanujan Ezhuthchan, the founder of Malayalam, [Thunchan Parambu] is also in Tirur
Tirur Indus Bus is a witness for the heart breaking 'wagon tragedy' of the 1921 rebellion as the British police carried 70 revolutionists in a fully closed airtight train wagon to pothanur in 1921 and thus killed more than fifty persons by asphyxation.The wagons were returned with the dead bodies to Tirur. These bodies were laid to rest in Khabristan of the mosque nearby. Tirur Municipality has built a town hall in memory of the Wagon Tragedy, where you will find a real size train wagon built right next to the building.
Tirur is famous for Thunchath Ezhuthachan who is known to be the father of Malayalam language. The birth place of this famous man is called Thunchan Parambu. At this place hundreds of children are given the first lessons in writing the Malayalam language. The children trace the words and letters of the language from the sand taken from this spot. Young poets of Kerala offer their first poem in this place.
Tirur is also famous for being a part of the first railroad in Kerala. In 1921 Tirur was also a witness to an unfortunate incident of history. The British police carried 70 revolutionaries in an airtight wagon and they died due to lack of oxygen. So Tirur is famous for the Wagon Tragedy of 1921.
A tour to Tirur will remind you of the historical significance of the city.
Tourist Attraction in Tirur.
The major tourist attraction of Tirur is the Thunchan Parambu. Parents bring their children to this place to give them their first lesson in writing Malayalam alphabets. Thunchan Parambu is a revered place for the Keralites because of Thunchath Ezhuthachan.
The other major tourist attraction of Tirur is Trikkandiyur Lord Shiva Temple. The temple is surrounded by large pools of water which makes it a beautiful sight.
Take a tour to Tirur and explore the different attractions it has in store for you.
Indus Bus takes you to the Tirur and makes the journey comfortable.
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