Kerala is a beautiful place in Southern Part of India, which is famous as God’s Own Country. With the sparkles of natural beauty spread across entire state, it looks simply majestic. Having waterfalls, beaches, hill stations and traditionally brilliant temples, Kerala has managed to attract thousands of visitors every year. This is the reason that it is loved exceptionally for greenery present everywhere. Indeed, temples in Kerala allow a visitor to see South Indian cultural brilliance.
Achankovil Temple in Kollam
Forming as the main temple of Lord Ayappa, local residents think that Lord Parashuram sanctified the idol of this temple. On the way to the temple, tourists can also take a look at Manalar falls and Kumbuvurutty falls. This temple is placed in Kollam district, where one can reach through the Mavelikkara railway station.
Chengannur Mahadeva Temple
Chengannur Mahadeva temple is sited in Alappuzha district and is an amazingly built temple devoted to Lord Shiva and his wife Goddess Parvati. It is the festival of Thripootha Arattu, which is known to be the attraction of this temple that should not be missed by the tourists.
Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple
This temple is erected in the emblematic architectural manner of Kerala and is renowned for Palpayasam (an everyday offering). An additional attraction of this temple is Dasavatharam (personification of Lord Vishnu) that has been displayed inside the temple. It is positioned in Alappuzha district and the approachable railway station is Ambalappuzha is at a distance of 2 km from the district.
Chakkulathukavu Sree Bhagavathy Temple
Located at Neerettupuram, Chakkulathukavu Sree Bhagavathy Temple is on the border of Pathanamithitta and Alappuzha district. It has been committed to the mother Goddess and has a history of more than 3000 years old. People of any religion can come here and enjoy the scenic beauty of two lakes flowing on each side of the temple.