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As per the notification GO(Rt) No. 1720/Home, Dated. 13.01.1961 the Kumbla Police Station being worked in survey No. 119/1A, A1, A2 and building number in a private building the present Govt. building bearing Kumbla Panchayath of Ward No.X, Building No. 299 near Kumbla Town in Koyipady Village, ManjeswarTaluk, Kasargod Dt.
Border Police stations
4. Coastal Police Station Shiriya
1. Judicial First Class Magistrate Court II, Kasargod.
Parliament constituency and Legislative Assembly
Manjeswaram Legislative Assembly Constituency
HindusthanAironoticLtd - Seethamgoli
KINFRA - Seethamgoli
Community Health Centre, Kumbla.
Community Health Centre, Mangalpady
. District Co-operative Hospital Kumbla.
Beena Nursing Home – Mavinakkatta, Kumbla.
Khansa Women’s Collage
Banks & Financial institutions
State Bank of India, Kumbla Branch.
Syndicate Bank, Kumbla Branch.
Vijaya Bank Kumbla.
Kumbla Service Co-operative Bank.
Kerala Gramin Bank, Kumbla.
Mangalpady Service Co-operative bank, Nayabasar.
South India Bank, Pachamballa.
Kerala Gramin Bank, Permude.
Mugu Service Co-operative Bank.
Edanad Service Co-operative bank.
Muthoot Finance, Kumbla.
Important temples & festivals
1. SreeGopalakrishna Temple, Kumbla. (VediUthsavam)
2. Mujangav Sri. ParthaSarathi Temple. ( TheerthaSnanam )
3. Sri. Alichamundi temple, Arikkady. (Theyyam)
4. AmbarSri. Sadasiva temple.
5. Sri. Ananthapura Temple.
Churches & Festivals
Sacred Heart Church, Kayyar.
Saint. Monica Church, Kumbla.
Rifayiya Masjid, Kundankaradka.
Muhimmath, Shanthippallam, Kumbla.
ThangalJuma masjid, Arikkady.
Juma Masjid Bambrana.
BadarJuma Masjid, Kumbla.
Peral Kannur Juma Masjid.
Juma Masjid, KoyipadyKadappuram.
Historical important places
Mujangav temple is famous for Theerthasnana, during the day of KaveriSankramam and Ananthapura Temple built in ancient period at Ananthapuram of God Ananthapathmanabha is situated 4 kmsEast from the Police Station. The temple is situated on the center of a natural pond, there is a historical cave and a crocodile is inhabited in it. The devotees believes that this cave is the passage to Sri Padmanabha swami temple, Thiruvananthapuram.
Main Projects through the PS
Janamaithry, KadaloraJagrathaSamithi, School Protection Group.