Ezhimala

#1 of 8 things to do in Kannur

Ezhimala is a slope, achieving a stature of 286 projecting into the Arabian ocean. It was the previous capital of the antiquated Mushika Kings and is viewed as a significant verifiable site. It is a prominent, secluded group of slopes, shaping a projection, 38 km north of Kannur Town. A thriving seaport, and base of exchange on the start of the Common Era, it was additionally one of the significant combat zones of the Chola-Chera Wars of the eleventh century. It is accepted by some that Lord Buddha had visited Ezhimala. Indian Naval Academy is situated in Ezhimala. There is a renowned sanctuary committed to Lord Hanuman and the Mount Deli Lighthouse additionally situated here. It is kept up by the Indian Navy and is a limited zone. The shoreline sand is of an alternate surface and the ocean is bluer than in different regions.

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