Adimaly is a town in the Idukki area of Kerala, India.National Highway 49 (NH 49) is a parkway in India running from Adimali to Kumily through Kattappana and closures in kumily Attapallam Village in Kerala.Adimaly is situated on the National Highway 49 (India) interfacing Kochi and Madurai, India. From Adimaly, it is just 27 kilometers to Munnar, which is a well known slope station.The cascades Cheeyappara and Valara are found adjacent. Pepper development is the fundamental rural movement of this place.The Ponmudi Dam (294 meter length) was built in 1963 over the Panniar waterway, almost 15 km southeast of Adimali, while in transit to Rajakkad. Adimali is known for its nearness to munnar and regular habitat. Adimaly has all the fundamental offices like streets, instructive foundations and healing facilities.
The previous name of the Adimaly zone was Mannamkandam, as the name shows the Mannan clan once populated the zone. Other ancestral gatherings by and large called the Muthuvan were additionally living in Adimali. Prior to 1980, the fundamental harvests under development were rice and in addition pepper and cardamom. Presently very nearly 90 percent of the paddy fields have been adjusted for different purposes, for example, private land, elastic manors or banana fields