One important characteristic feature of this district is the large adivasi population, consisting mainly of Paniyas, Kurumas, Adiyars, Kurichyas, Ooralis, Kadans,Kattunaikkans are the different aboriginal tribes of Wayanad. The Kurichyar is the most developed among them. They are small land owners, whereas the members of other tribes are mostly labourers. Wayanad district stands first in the case of adivasi population (about 36%) among other districts in the state. INDIA NEWS FEEDS, Mathrubumi News and Image news Slideshow, Kerala Public Service Commission Notifications, The Western Ghats are not true mountains, but are the faulted edge of the Deccan Plateau, Wayanad District, in the north-east of Kerala , India , Kerala Travel : Trivandrum : Ponmudi , Agasthyakoodam. Wayanad has a large settler population. There are people from almost all parts of Kerala who migrated to this fertile land for building up their lives. Wayanad has a small jain community consisting of Gowders who came from Karnataka. They have built beautiful temples all over the district. Almost all sections of Christianity are well represented. One fourth population of Wayanad is constituted by Christians. Muslims constitute another one fourth population and rest of the population belongs to Hindus. Their hard work and sacrifice helped them to prosper. On the other hand, the last few decades have seen the complete marginalisation of the indigeneous people. Ponmudi (Malayalam: പൊന്മുടി) (The Golden Peak) is a hillstation in the Thiruvananthapuram district of Kerala.