TIRURANGADI Police Station

The date of the opening of the Police Station is not available. The new station building was inaugurated on 20.11.1983 in survey No. 358/10B of Thiruangadi village, situated in the opposite side of the Sub Treasury Tirurangadi (1885/85/Home). Mamburam Makham and Kaliyattakkavu are the most important worship places comes under this station limit.
Tirurangadi Police Station comprises the following 5 Villages of Tirurangadi Taluk- Tirurangadi, Moonniyur, Nannambra, Thennala and AR Nagar Villages and  Tirurangadi Municipality and Moonniyur, Nannambra, Thennala and AR Nagar Grama panchayath.
Historical Importance
Mamburam Juma Musjid Tirurangadi was an important centre of the Khilaphat movement, the National and the Malabar rebellion. It was the Tirurangadi incident on 20th August, 1921, that ignited the outbreak of the Mapila Rebellion. Mampuram Kizhakkepalli was the seat of Khilaphet leaders, Ali Musiliar and a centre of religious education, Mamburam Palli is on the Southern bank of Kadalundi river locally.
Mampuram, Malappuram is a Muslim pilgrimage centre located 26 km east of Tirur, Malappuram district, Kerala, South India on the Malabar Coast. Malappuram is on the banks of the river Kadalundipuzha. Mampuram, chammad, Malappuram is famous for the Mamburam Makham, which is the shrine intended and used primarily as a receptacle for the dead bodies of the principle Thangals. The Mampuram, chammad, Malappuram Nercha, is held every year in the month of Muharram near the tomb of Sayyid Alavi Thangal.