There are many world renowned temples in Kerala. Sabarimala, Guruvayoor Ambalam (temple), Chakkulathukavu Devi Kshetram (temple), etc. are a few among the many. Hindu pilgrim centers in Kerala are considered as remnants which display the golden era of Kerala's ancient art and architecture.
A famous pilgrim centre and summer resort, Aluva is the industrial epicentre of Kerala. A major transportation hub, with easy access to all major forms of transportation, Aluva acts as a corridor which links the highland districts to the rest of Kerala. Once it was the summer residence of the… read more
The Arattu ritual of the Thirunakkara Mahadevar Temple takes place here. Main festival is Vishu (in April) read more
The Sree Krishna temple here is one of the most important temples of Kerala, with architectural features conforming to the typical Kerala style. The temple is also famous for its mouth-watering paalppaayasam (milk porridge of exceptional sweetness). The temple's main festival, which attracts thousands of devotees, is held during March-April.… read more
This internationally renowned spiritual centre, founded by Swami Ramdas in 1931, offers a quiet, peaceful ambience, ideally suited for meditation and spiritual studies. It is located 15 km. from Bekal, a small town in Kasaragod. Ph: 0467-2203036. www.anandashram.org read more
This famous ancient temple is located at Ananthapura, about 18 km. north of Kasargod and 30 km. from the historical town of Bekal. The only Lake temple in Kerala, this 9th century shrine is open to all visitors regardless of caste or creed. Sree Padmanabha (Lord Vishnu, The Preserver) seated… read more