The area is the heavenly place on God`s own Country at the foot hills of Craggy Wayanadan ghat Sectarians. The initial seeds of the dreams and desires of migrants were sowed in this dream land. This joint land of history of migration which covers over long 80 years. The fled of British military and the marching of great Tippu Sulthan also were witnessed by the area. It is very fertile for communal harmony. The migrants whose mornings were escorted with the calls from mosques the bells from churches and the chantings from temples can speak a lot about the vast story of success, prosperity, fertility and total gain.
Thamarassery is the pulse centre of this Malayoram. It was in 1936, the Thamarassery panchayath was formed. Attakoya Thangal became the first president. P.C Ahemmed Kutty Haji , Soshamma Abraham, K. Moosakutty, C. Moyin Kutty, T.K. Damodaran Nair, M. Balakrishnan Nair, A. Aravindan, V.M. Ummar Master, V.P.Gopalankutty, Suma Rajesh are proudly saved Thamarassery during their tenure as the presidents and now Mrs .Hajara Kollarukandy is the president of the panchayath.
The special grade panchayath, Thamarssery is forefront in development. It posses includes many of the most prominent institutions and offices of State and Central Govt and also semi-Govt sector, Mini Civil Station, Civil Courts, Office of the DYSP, Office of the Circle Inspector of Police, Police Station, Rural district Treasury, BSNL divisional office, Office of the SDOT, Telephone Exchange, KSEB Major Section Office.
Office of the forest range, KSRTC Depot, Private Bus Stand, Post office, Check post of sale Tax department, Rest house, Rubber board office, Soil Conservation office, Agriculture Bhavan, PWD offices, Community Health Centre, Labour office, Office of the panchayath, Employment Exchange, Sub registrar office, Village offices, DEO`s and AEO`s offices, Office of the Milk co-operative society, Veterinary Hospital, Office of the LIC,Exise range office,Tribal devolopment office, Vocational Higher Secondary School, Technical Higher Secondary School , branches of various leading banks are some of them.
The Thamarassery Diocese was formed in 1986. . Mar Paul Chittilappilli is now the Bishop.` Mary Matha Cathedral which is situated in the heart of Thamarassery ,was established in 1999.
Kottayam kings who were martyred when raising fights against British were attributed the possesses of the lion part of the land of Thamarassery. The amazing and wonderful path from Thamarassery valley to wayanad hill has the scene beauty of nature, Calls of sweet birds, roars of wild animals, Oxygen rich area due to thick forest trees, medicinal plants, mist covered ghat section together provides as a wonderful sight the same area is known as Thamarassery ghat section.
Century old Karadi G.U.P. School is one of the centres of knowledge to the thousands. It was in 1920, Govt. Dispensary was founded to provide treatment to the sick, needy down tredden. Now community health centre will be upgraded to govt taluk hospital soon . Thamarassery Public library opens a vast shore of reading and grasping. It paved a mile stone in the culture growth of Thamarassery. In 1946, a co-operative meeting was held and in which the same library was formed. Sri.P.K.G. Varrier, has been the secretary of the library for over half a century.
The fight of Thalassery kottayam Raja, whose name was written in golden letters in history, Payyampilly Chantus tomb monument is at Thamarassery Kotayil Sree Bhagavathi Temple. Vaduka`s tribe was prominent in this temple who dedicated Vishnu Pradishta. During this time the great Payyan Pilli Chandhu, as the direction forwarded by the Thalassery Kottayam Raja, defeated Vadukas.
THAYMALACHERY which witnessed for a lot of historical turning points, later become Thamarassery. As the valley situated down the great Wayanad hills was called Thaymalassery by the ancients . It was written as Thaymalachery in olden records. It is noticeable that even now it is used as Thamarachery in the stamps of Thamarassery post office. This greenish land down the hills is Thaymalachery.