Famous Hindu Temples In Kerala-You Don’t Must Visit It

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Kerala is a unique destination for people seeking great spirituality in India. Taking a spiritual tour to South India will offer you some feeling of divinity, medium to

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explore amazing religious places, enriched tradition,great architecture of the ancient temples, glorious sculpture and unique festivals & rituals. Let see the some Famous Hindu Temples In Kerala.

Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple

It desicated to lord Ayyappa  is most ancient and prominent sastha temples that nestles at about 910 feet  above the sea level in pathanamthitta district in Kerala.

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The shrine is surrounded by mountains and dense forest and draws three to four million pilgrims each year..

Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple

Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple located in thrissur district is one of the famous temple of the country and is famous for its Thrissur Pooram festivel.

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Guruvayur is also known as a “Dwarka of south India” and is an important pilgrimage center of kerala that attracts thousands of devotees from all india and abroad.

Sivagiri Temple

Sivagiri Temple or Sivagiri mutt is the samadhi of social reformer and sage Sree Narayana guru located in Varakala city of Thiruvanathapuram district.

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Built in 1904 over the cliff adjacent to varakala beach it attracts thousands of devotees.

Kaviyoor Mahadeva Temple

Kaviyoor Mahadeva Temple is located in the pathanamthitta district of kerala. The temple is dedicated to lord shiva

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and is one of the most important shiva temple in kerala. This temple architecture is unique and ancient and is considered as one of the oldest temples of India.

Chottanikkara Devi Temple

Dedicated to Bhagawati  Chottanikkara Devi Temple is one of the most famous temple devoted to goddess to Bhagvathy.

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The goddess is worshiped in three different forms as saraswathi in morning, lakshmi at noon, and as durga in evening.

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