Mala Police Station0480 - 2695005 firstname.lastname@example.org
This Police Station was opened on 08.03.1954 as per GO Rt. No. H 3 -33080/51 /CS Dated 18.02.1954 in private rented building. This station’s own building was opened on 07.08.1981 and the station started functioning here with effect from 01.10.1981 now it is known as Janamaithry Police Station, Mala, Magisterial jurisdiction of this station is the area with in the jurisdiction of First Class Magistrate court Chalakudy and Revenue jurisdiction is within the Chalakudy Taluk. As per senses 2001 total population in Mala PS was 191577. According to the latest census approximately 2.5 lakhs peoples were living under Mala Police station jurisdiction.
The jurisdiction of Mala police station covers within its boundary the whole area of Mala,Annamanada,Kuzhoor ,Poyya,Puthenchira,Kadukutty, And Aloor Grama Panjayath. The jurisdiction comes under Vadama,,Vadama Vadakkumbhagam,Kuruvilassery, Annaloor, Kaloorthekkumury,Alathoor,Kakkulisery,Thirumukkulam,Poyya,Pallipuram,,Madathumpady,Puthenchira,Kaloorvadakkumury,and Thazhekkadu revenue villages.
Border Police Station
Border Police stations Koratty, Chalakkudy, Kodakara, Irinjalakkuda, Kodungaloor,Vadakkekara,Puthenvelikkara, Chengamanadu
Parliament constituency and Legislative Assembly
The Mala Station Limit Comes Under Chalakkudy Parliament Constituency and Kodungaloor & Chalakkudy Legislative Assembly.
Judicial First Class Magistrate Court -I, Chalakkudy.
St. Stanislous Forane Church in Mala is a famous landmark in this town. It is the only church in Asia named after this Polish saint. Perhaps, the Missionaries from Poland, who were residing at Ambazhakad founded this church. There is also a 'Mukunda Krishna Swami Temple' of Goud Saraswat Brahmin near Malakulam. This temple is celebrated its centenary in June, 2010,"Muhiyudhien juma masjid" is one of ten oldest masjids in India.
The well known Mahadeva Kshetram (Mahadeva Temple) is about 7km away from Mala town. This temple is famous for the "Panchaiswaryangal" (5 miracles) and the unique brahmani pattu - a ritual in Kerala for praying to the goddess Parvati by brahmani people. In this temple the ladies from Vadakke pushpakam, Mala Iranikkulam|vadakke pushpakam houses do the ritual everyday. Important festivals here are in Thiruvathira days. Unmarried girls from across Kerala come here to pray to the goddess Parvati for successful marriages and for long life for their families.
Mala is a major educational hub consisting of four Higher Secondary Schools, six English and Malayalam Medium High Schools, two Engineering Colleges, a B Ed College, an MBA College, a Government Industrial Training Institute, a medical college and many other professional institutions. Some of the famous Educational institutions are: Government Model LP School(ESTD:1893), St. Antony's High School, Carmel College for women, St. Theresa's College, Jesus BED college, Holy Child School, Holy Grace Academy, METS School of Engineering, St. Antony's college, Soccorso Convent School, Al-Azhar School etc
The KSRTC BUS STAND was the brainchild of former chief minister of kerala Sri Karanakuran. It also has private bus stand which has frequent schedules to Angamaly, Chalakudy, Thrissur, Kodungaloor, Aluva. The Boat service was a traffic method before road transport was frequent
A part from the said festivals ‘Annamanada Shivarathry Maholsavam, ‘Ashtamichira Shivarathry Maholsavam’, ‘Kuzhoor Ekadassy Maholsavam & Thaippooya Maholsavam’ ‘Iranikkulam Mahadeva Temple Navarathry Maholsavam’, ‘Sampalloor St.Xaviers Pilgrim Festival’, ‘Ambazhakkad St.Thomas Pilgrim Centre Festival’, ’Mala Stanislaos Church Festival’, ‘Musthanur Thwaliban Palli Nercha at Kombidinjamakkal mosque etc being celibrated with mass participation.
Pilgrim & Tourist Places
- PAMBUMMEKKATTU MANA
- MALA SYNAGOGUE
- Mala Jewish Cemetery
- MARIAM THRESSIA PILGRIM CENTRE – KUZHIKKATTUSSERY
- AMBAZHAKKAD St.THOMAS- CHURCH
- SAMPALLOOR St FRANCIS XAVIER’S CHURCH
- ANNAMANADA MAHADEVA TEMPLE
- IRANIKKULAM MAHADEVA TEMPLE
- KUZHUR SREE SUBRAHMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE
- VYNTHALA OXBOW LAKE
Main Projects through the Police Station
Janamaithri Police program firstly introduced at Mala Station in Thrissur District. The well established 09 Janamaithri Beats is functioning under the Guidance of Police Inspector, Mala and a Community Relations Officer.