Edavanna is a town, panchayath and a village situated near Manjeri in Kerala, south India. The town is situated on Calicut–Nilambur–Gudalur(CNG Road) State Highway and near the banks of Chaliyar Puzha which is the fourth longest river in the Kerala state.Koyilandy-Edavanna State Highway ends here. The name Edavanna came because of the place position. Edavanna is in between of Manjeri and Nilambur, Areacode and Nilambur, Areacode and Wandoor. The distance from Areacode, Manjeri, Nilambur and Wandoor to Edavanna is around 12 km. The Malayalam word "Edakku vannathu / Edakullathu" (meaning: ''situated in between'') changed to Edavanna. Edavanna has a wonderful stadium known as Seethi Haji Stadium and the land is known for its tradition in furniture making.
== Education ==
There is one government vocational higher secondary school, one govt higher secondary school, two government-aided higher secondary and two private open higher secondary schools in Edavanna. Jamia Nadwiyya situated at Chembakuth, 2 km from Edavanna town. Jamia Nadwiya Campus consists of one higher secondary school, arts and science college, teachers training college and Arabic college. Praise Will public school situated 2 km from Edavanna town is the only CBSE affiliated English Medium School in the panchayath. More than 10 private English medium schools are in the small panchayath.
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