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Pilgrim Centres in Kerala

Parassinikadavu Sri Muthappan Temple: This centre of worship and faith has in store many unique practices and rituals, and the temple architecture itself stands testimony to this aspect. Located 20 km away from Kannur

Thodikkulam Temple, Kannur:
Location: Thodikkulam Siva temple, about 2 km from Kannavam near Thalasserry on the way to Mananthavadi, Kannur district, north Kerala.

The Cave Temple:
A rare entity among the temple architecture of Kerala, cave temples is few and arouses great curiosity. The one at Ittiva at Chadayamangalam in Kollam district is one such temple, virtually carved

Rameshwara Temple:
This temple which shows Pandyan influence in its design has inscriptions in Tamil, dating from the 12th to the 16th centuries.

Parassinikadavu Sri Muthappan Temple:
This centre of worship and faith has in store many unique practices and rituals, and the temple architecture itself stands testimony to this aspect.

Thodikkulam Temple, Kannur: Location:
Thodikkulam Siva temple, about 2 km from Kannavam near Thalasserry on the way to Mananthavadi, Kannur district, north Kerala.

The Cave Temple:
A rare entity among the temple architecture of Kerala, cave temples is few and arouses great curiosity. The one at Ittiva at Chadayamangalam in Kollam district is one such temple, virtually carved .

Rameshwara Temple: This temple which shows Pandyan influence in its design has inscriptions in Tamil, dating from the 12th to the 16th centuries.

Temples: Siva Temple, Thalikkotta (2 km from Kottayam):
The place of worship of the erstwhile Thekkumkoor royal family.

Churches: St. Mary's Church, Cheriapalli (2 km of Kottayam town):
Built in 1579 by Thekkumkoor Maharajah, this church displays outstanding architecture which is a blend of Kerala and Portuguese styles.

Thiruvegappura Sankaranarayana Temple:
Thiruvegappura Sankaranarayana Temple: This temple in Palakkad district dates back to the 14th century while its koothambalam (temple theatre) was probably added in the 15th or 16th century


Niranam:
Situated 7 km from Thiruvalla, this famous church is believed to be among one of the seven-and-a-half churches originally established by St. Thomas (52 AD) in Kerala. T

Malayalapuzha:
The goddess at the Bhagavathy Temple here is believed to grant boons to devotees and help them realise dreams. The temple has beautiful wall paintings and artistic stone carvings

The place of worship of the erstwhile Thekkumkoor royal family. Annual festival - ten day utsavam (April-May), Sivarathri


Churches:
St. Mary's Church, Cheriapalli (2 km of Kottayam town): Built in 1579 by Thekkumkoor Maharajah, this church displays outstanding architecture which is a blend of Kerala and Portuguese styles.

Thiruvegappura Sankaranarayana Temple:
Thiruvegappura Sankaranarayana Temple: This temple in Palakkad district dates back to the 14th century while its koothambalam (temple theatre) was probably added in the 15th or 16th century.


Niranam:
Situated 7 km from Thiruvalla, this famous church is believed to be among one of the seven-and-a-half churches originally established by St. Thomas (52 AD) in Kerala.

Malayalapuzha:
The goddess at the Bhagavathy Temple here is believed to grant boons to devotees and help them realise dreams. The temple has beautiful wall paintings and artistic stone carvings.


Padmanabha Swamy Temple: (Open: 0415 - 0515 hrs, 0645 - 0715 hrs, 0830 - 1115 hrs, 1145 -1200 hrs, 1700 - 1815 hrs, 1845- 1930 hrs)The temple is located inside the East Fort. Dedicated to Lord Vishnu

Varkala:
(40 km - 1 1/2 hours)Varkala is a seaside resort and spa. It is also an important Hindu centre of pilgrimage.The final resting place of the great social reformer, Sree Narayana Guru, is near Varkala.

Parasurama Temple, Thiruvallam.:
This 2000 year old temple on the bank of river Karamana, is the only one in Kerala dedicated to Sree Parasurama, the mythological creator of Kerala.This temple is a venue for ancestor worship.  

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