Kozhikode is bounded on the north by Kannur district, on the south by Malappuram district, on the east by Wayanad district and on the west by the Arabian Sea. Kozhikode is only mentioned in history after the 8th century. During the time of the Zamorin, there were constant wars between foreigners and natives. Many converted to Islam, including those who had been persecuted by the upper castes and those who had been expelled from the caste. It can be said that Tipu made Kozhikode transportable. Good farmers became ancestral. .