Places to visit in Kerala
Nileshwaram or Nileshwar or Neeleswaram is a municipality and a major town in Kasaragod District, state of Kerala, India. It is one of the three regions in Kasaragod locale; the others are Kasaragod and Kanhangad. Nileshwar is alluded to as the social capital of Kasaragod, the northernmost area, of Kerala. "The principal Chief Minister of Kerala and socialist pioneer E. M. S. Namboodiripad had challenged races to the Assembly from the Neeleswaram fragment. Neeleswaram, or Nileswaram, is the shortened type of Neelakanta Ishwaran. It was truly the seat of the Neeleswaram Rajahs, who had a place with the groups of the Kolathiri and Zamorins.
The Nileshwar Rajahs and the Bednore Nayaks fought in this area. The excellent finale of the yearly sanctuary celebration season happens around there, which is known for its "kavus", or hallowed forests. The most well known of the holy forests is the Mannampurathu Kavu. The town is additionally known for Theyyam, the ceremonial artistic expression. In 1918, the Rajah's High School was set up, it was one of the primary north Kerala schools of its kind. The school holds a letter kept in touch with the understudies by Mahatma Gandhi on his way in 1928 to Mangalore. It was a piece of a wide interest for individuals to rally behind the national development.