Angadipuram Laterite is a notified National Geo-heritage Monument    in Angadipuram town in Malappuram district in the southern Indian state of Kerala , India. The special significance of Angadipuram to laterites is that it was here that Dr. Francis Buchanan-Hamilton , a professional surgeon, gave the first account of this rock type, in his report of , as "indurated clay", ideally suited for building construction. It has a generally pitted and porous appearance. The name laterite was first coined in India, by Buchanan and its etymology is traced to the Latin word "letritis" that means bricks.
This is said to be one Located 15 km from Thekkady, this ancient temple is hidden in the dense woods at the top of a peak m above sea level. The temple is built in the traditional Kerala style of architecture. Visitors are allowed here only on the Chithra Pournami festival day in April.
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