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Temples In Kerala

The hoary temples in Kerala provide an impetus to spiritual path. These temples have a magical effect that can turn an atheist into a religious person. Distinct from temples elsewhere in the country, the temples in Kerala are in synchrony with the geography of the region and vibrate with traditions of the region.
Padmanabhaswami Temple
The majestic 18-feet-long idol of the principal deity at the sprawling Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple is found to have been covered in gold and invaluable precious stones, spurring an unprecedented...
Attukal Bhagavathy Temple
The Attukal Bhagavathy Temple, one of the ancient temples of South India, is popularly described as Sabarimala of the Women, as women form the major portion of devotees. The Goddess in the temple of....
Ayyappan Temple
Kerala is a land of temples; perhaps the best known pilgrimage destination in Kerala is Sabarimala, high up in the Sahyadri Mountains (Western Ghats). Sabarimala Sri Dharmasastha Temple is the most famous....
Chettikulangara Temple
Chettikulangara Sree Bhagavathy Temple, Chettikulangara, Alappuzha district. Chettikulangara Bharani is an important festival of this temple dedicated to Goddess Bhadrakali. The festival is held on the Bharani....
Chotanikara Bhagawati Temple
The Chottanikkara Bhagavathi Temple is known all over Kerala as an important Hindu pilgrimage centre. Tradition has it that worshipping in the temple over a prolonged period cures many illnesses....
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