Lhaviyani Atoll is a regulatory division of the Maldives. Its contraction is Lh. The island of Maafilaafushi was resettled during the 1980s with the end goal to assuage the absence of land accessibility in Male. The island once filled in as the capital of the non-conformist Kingdom of Boduthiladhunmathi. In Mohamed Rannabadeyri Thakuru with the assistance of Adhi Raja of Cannanore assaulted Male' and attempted to topple the kingdom of Ibrahim Kalaafaanu Sultan Ibrahim III 1585-1609 in However being not able take control of the capital Male' they fled to Faadhippolhu where Mohamed Rannabadeyri controlled the northern atolls of the Maldives until the point when he was ousted by Sultan Muhammad Imaduddin I 1620-1648.
There are five resorts in the atoll, to be specific Kuredhu, Komandoo, Kanuhuraa Palmbeach and Kanifushi. The main canning processing plant in the nation is in Feliu situated among Naifaru and Hinnau. Customarily, Maldivians call this atoll basically 'Faadhippolhu', without including the word 'Atholhu' toward the end. This is done just with the names of a few atolls. In the mid 12th century, amid the rule of King Koimala Siri Mahaabarana Mahaa Radun-the principal ruler to administer over all the Maldive islands-this atoll was called Faadu Bur. Haa Alifu, Haa Dhaalu, Shaviyani, Noonu, Raa, Baa, Kaafu, and so on counting Lhaviyani are code letters doled out to the present managerial divisions of the Maldives. They are not the best possible names of the characteristic atolls that make up these divisions.