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Kallai River

Named after Kallai, the core center of timber trade in north Kerala, the Kallai River originates from the Cherukulathur village in Kozhikode District and links itself with the Chaliyar on the south by a man-made canal. It traverses the state through Cherukulathur, Kovur, Olavanna, Manava and Kallai before merging with the Arabian Sea at Kozhikode. The 22 km long river covers an area of 96 sq km, and is one of the most important in the entire state from the commercial point of view.

Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Kozhikode
Location: Kozhikode    


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