Kumbla, formerly known as Cumbole, is a beautiful lagoon located 14 km north-west of Kasargod in Kerala. It is separated from the sea by a sand pit and connected by a narrow channel. The place was the erstwhile capital of the Ruluva country, which extended over the Kasargod District.
The major attraction is Sree Parthasarathi Temple (at Munjankavu). A holy dip in the sacred tank of the temple, after taking three pradakshinams (rounds) and offering a handful of navadhanyams, is believed to remove all warty growths from the body.