Ananthapura Lake Temple,Kasaragod
Ananthapura Lake Temple situated in the centre of the Ananthapura Lake, on a remote rocky hill in a calm isolated region. The Ananthapura Lake Temple (Sree Ananthapadmanabhaswamy Temple ) is a ninth century shrine in the northern most district of Kerala
Bhagavathi Temple, Attukal
Among the all ancient temples of South India, Attukal Devi (Attukal Bhagavathy) Temple, a small temple in the city of Trivandrum ,has a very special position
Bhagavathi Temple,Chakkulathukavu
Chakkulathukavu Bhagavathi Temple is situated near the border of Pathanamthitta and Alappusha Districts. It is 12 Km westward from the town of Thiruvalla in Neerattupuram Junction
Bhagavathi Temple,Chettikulangara
This Temple is one among the five Ambalayas (Jagadambika Temples) established by Lord Parashuram
Bhagavathi Temple, Kadampuzha
The Temple for Sreeparvathi at Kadampuzha, dedicated to Goddess Vana Durga, is one of the most prominent Devi temples in Kerala
Bhagavathi Temple,Kodungallur
The Bhagawati temple at Kodungallur is of great renown throughout the state of Kerala. Kodungallur situated on the west coast, was once a great port of the Chera rulers of Tamilnadu
Bhagavathi Temple,Kumaranalloor
Kumaranalloor Sri Bhagavathy Temple is located at Kumaranallur, just 4-km from Kottayam town
Bhagavathi Temple, Lokanarkavu
Lokanarkavu Bhagavathi Temple is situated at Memunda, around 5 km from Vadakara
Bhagavathi Temple,Nellikulangara
In the Vallanghi village of Chittur Taluk , there is a beautiful temple dedicated to goddess Bhagavathi . The deity of this temple is called Nellikulangara Bhagavathi
Bhagavathi Temple, Sarkara
Sarkaradevi Temple is located 33 kms north of Thiruvananthapuram and 6 kms west of Attingal. This is a famous temple dedicated to Goddess Bhagavathi
Bhagavathi Temple,Valliyoorkavu,Wayanad
The temple is located in the Wayanad Hills. This temple dedicated to the Mother Goddess, manifest in the three principal forms of Vana Durga, Bhadrakali and Jala Durga
Bharatha Temple,Koodalmanickyam
The Koodalmanikyam Bharatha temple is located at a distance of 20 kilometers from Thrissur , and is one of the rare temples dedicated to Lord Rama’s brother Bharatha
Devi Temple,Kadammanitta
Kadammanitta is a village 8 km from Pathanamthitta. The Kadamanitta Devi Temple is famous for the ten day long Patayani performances
Devi Temple,Malayalappuzha
Malayalapuzha is a small village about 8 km from pathanamthitta Town. It is a Hindu Temple, but each week one in four devotees seeking blessings at the Malayalapuzha Devi Temple is a Christian or a Muslim
Durga Temple,Thirumandhamkunnu
The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. It was erected after the Angadipuram Temple
Ganapati Temple, East Fort
Situated in the heart of Thiruvananthapuram city at Pazhavangadi, nearly 1.5 kms from railway station as well as from bus stand Sree Maha Ganapathy Temple Pazhavangadi is a well known Ganapathi temple in Kerala
Ganapathi Temple,Kottarakkara
Kottarakkara is a village 72 km to the north of the Thiruvananthapuram, the State Capital,on the Main Central Road and 27 km to the east of Kollam, on the Kollam -Punalur Road
Janardhan Swamy Temple, Varkala
Janardhana Swamy Temple, located on the beach road at Varkala, is believed to be almost 2,000 years old and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu
Kalady is a village located east of the Periyar river, in the Ernakulam district.Kaladi is the birthplace of Adi Sankaracharya, the great Advaita philosopher of the 8th century.Adi Shankara was born in Kalady as the only son of Sivaguru and Aryamba, a Namboothiri couple
Kalpathi Ratholsavam,Palakkad
The Kalpathy Vishwanatha Swamy shrine is the oldest Shiva temple in Malabar, situated 3 kms from Palakkad.The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is famous for the annual Chariot Festival. The festival is a gala event and lasts for seven days
Karthyayani Temple,Cherthala
Karthyayani Temple Cherthala is one of the old and famous Devi Temples of Kerala.There is a story about this temple. It seems that Vilwamangalam Sawmiyar was returning to Guruvayur after consecrating the Ananthapadmanabha temple in Thiruvananthapuram
Krishna Temple,Guruvayur
Guruvayur, the abode of Lord Sree Guruvayurappan, is located 29 kms north west of Trissur City
Krishnaswami Temple,Thiruvarpu
Thiruvarppu Sree Krishna Temple is one of the famous temples of Krishna in Kerala which is at least 1500 years old. This temple is located in Thiruvarppu, which is 6-8 km from the town of Kottayam on the shores of Meenachil River
Krishna Temple,Trichambaram,Kannur
Trichambaram Krishna Temple is a 11th century shrine situated at Trichambaram on the National Highway, around 20 km from Kannur and 5 kms south of Taliparambu town, famous for its spice trade
Madhur temple,Kasaragod
The madhur Sreemad Anantheswara Temple is located 8 kilometers northeast of Kasaragod town on the banks of the Madhuvahini River
Mahadevar Temple,Chengannur
This is one of the oldest and famous temple, situated in Allappuzha dist. (Kerala). Chengannur situates at the extreme east part of Alappuzha district
Mahadevar Temple,Ettumanoor
Mahadeva Temple at Ettumanoor is located 13 km away from Kottayam town. Myths have it that the Pandavas and the sage Vyasa had worshipped at this temple
Mahadevar Temple,Thirunakkara
The Siva temple at Thirunakkara is in the heart of Kottayam town. The sanctum-sanctorum is covered with pictures from the epics
Mahadeva Temple,Vaikom
Vaikom Mahadeva Temple is one of the most famous Siva temples in South India. Vaikom is in Kottayam district of Kerala and is at a distance of 40 km north of Kottayam
Mahalingeswara temple,Adoor,Kasaragod
The Sree Mahalingeswara Temple is located at a small village namely Adoor which is 45 kilometers from Kasaragod town on southern banks of the Payaswini River
Mallikarjuna Temple, Kasaragod
Mallikarjuna temple is one of the oldest temples of the Kasargod district. The presiding deity here is lord Siva. The annual five day festival here occurs in the month of March
Mangala Devi Temple,Idukki
This is a famous temple in Idukki. The temple is a classic example of temple architecture of ancient Kerala
Muthappan Temple,Parassinikadavu
This Temple is located around 18 km north of Kannur on the banks of Valapattanam river and is dedicated to a hunter form of Lord Vishnu, Shri Muthappan
Nagaraja Temple,Mannarsala
Sree Nagaraja temple is situated at Mannarsala near Haripad town, about 35 Km away from Alappuzha on the Alappuzha-Kollam route
Navamukundan Vishnu Temple and Mamankam,Thirunavaya,Malappuram
Thirunavaya is a small village in Malappuram district. This village is famed as the theatre of the Mamankam festival held in the Thirunavaya Temple on the banks of the Bharathapuzha River
Padmanabhaswami Temple,Thiruvananthapuram
Padmanabhaswamy temple,is located inside the Fort in the city of Thiruvananthapuram. The temple is one of the 108 divya desam, the holiest abodes of Lord Vishnu
Parabrahmam Temple,Ochira
Situated in the border of Kollam and Allappuzha districts, adjacent to the National Highway 47, Ochira attracts thousands fo people everyday for both pilgrimage and business
Parasurama Temple, Thiruvallam
Sri Parasurama temple on the bank of river Karamana,8 km from Trivandrum on the Kovalam route, is the only one in Kerala dedicated to Sree Parasurama, the mythological creator of Kerala
Parthasarathi Temple, Adoor
Parthasarathy temple is near Adoor KSRTC bus stand. The temple is dedicated to Lord Sree Krishna, known here in the name of Parthasarathy
Parthasarathi Temple, Aranmula
One of the numerous Krishna temples in Kerala, the five foremost are Guruvayur, Trichambaram, Thiruvarappu, Ambalapuzha and Aranmula
Rajarajeswari Temple,Mullakkal, Alappuzha
The Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple , situated in the heart of Alleppey town,is dedicated to Goddess Rajarajeswari,and is linked to the legends of the goddess who is believed to have appeared at the site many times to care for a jasmine plant
Rock Cut Cave Temple,Kaviyoor
Situated on the banks of the river Manimala, Kaviyoor is known for its temples. The Kaviyoor Trikkukkudi Cave Temple, also known as the Rock Cut Cave Temple, is of great historical importance and is preserved as a monument by the Archaeological Department
saraswathi Temple,Panachikkad
Panachikkad Saraswathi TempleThe also known as "Dakshina Mookambika temple" is situated at Panachikkad about 10 km from Kottayam on the way to Changanasseri. This temple is as famous as the Mookambika temple at Kolloor
Sastha Temple, Achankovil
Achankoil Shastha Temple, or the Dharmasastha Temple, is one among the five important temples dedicated to Lord Ayyappa in Kerala
Sastha Temple, Ariyankavu
Ariyankavu situated about 73 kms east of Kollam is one of the important pilgrim centers of the district. From very early days, it was an important trade route for merchants from either sides of western Ghats
Sastha Temple,Erumeli
Erumeli located at a distance of 38 km from Kottayam is a place, which is revered by both Hindus and Muslims
Sastha Temple,Kulathupuzha
Kulathupuzha is situated on the Thiruvannathapuram - Sencottah road and is 10 kms south of Tenmala railway station
Sastha Temple,Sabarimala
Kerala is a land of temples; perhaps the best known pilgrimage destination in Kerala is Sabarimala in Pathanamthitta District
Sitha Leva Kusa Temple,Wayanad
This is the only known temple dedicated to Lava and Kusha, the sons of Lord Rama. Local legends connect this region with many important episodes from the Ramayana
Siva Temple,Aruvipuram, Neyyattinkara
Aruvippuram Siva Temple near neyyattinkara, 6 kms via perumpazhuthur. consecrated by Sree Narayana Guru. ( Owned by Sivagiri Madhom). Sivarathri is the main festival
Siva Temple,Kottiyoor
Kottiyoor is an ancient Hindu pilgrim center in Kannur district.The temple devoted to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati is situated on the beautiful Sahya mountain range valley and is blessed with abundant natural beauty
Siva Temple,Thrissileri,Wayanad
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Thrissilery Shiva Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This stunning temple of rather perfect architectural proportions, is inextricably linked with the Vishnu temple at Thirunelli
Siva Temple and Thunjan Parambu,Trikkandiyur,Tirur
Tirur' is a small beautiful coastal town in Malapuram district of Kerala, south India. It is one of the most important business centres of Malappuram district and is 41 km south of Kozhikode, on the Mangalore-Madras railway line
Sree Vallabha Temple,Thiruvella
This is an ancient temple at Tiruvalla in Pathanamthitta District ,enshrining Sree Vallabha. This Temple is one among the 108 sacred Vaishnavite temples (Tirupathis) in the country and is one of the most important pilgrim centers of the Vaishnavites
Subrahmanya Swami Temple,Kidangoor
This temple is one of the ancient temples of Kerala. The Kidangur Subramanya Swami temple is situated in Kottayam District. It is a kilometer away from the Ettumanur-Punjar Highway by the south side of Kidangur- Manarkad road
Subrahmanya Swamy Temple,Payyannoor
Sree Subrahmanya Swami Temple is an ancient temple believed to have been made by the Brahman warrior Lord Parasurama
Subrahmanya Swamy Temple,Harippad
Situated at 51 km. on the Kollam-Alappuzha Road, Haripad Subrahmanya Swami Temple is the oldest and most important of all Subrahmanya(Murugan) temples in Kerala
Tali Temple,Kozhikode
The Kozhikkode Tali temple is an ancient one, dating back to the days of the Zamorin rule. The term Tali refers to a Shiva temple; however, the temple complex also houses a shrine to Krishna
Thirunelli Temple,Wayanad
Thirunelli Temple in Wayanad, is an ancient Vishnu Temple that exudes peace and calm. Located at a distance of 30 kilometers from Mananthavadi in Wayanad, Kerala South India
Vaddakunathan Temple "&" Thrissur Pooram
The Thrissur city is around a hillock crowned by the famous Vadakkunnathan (Siva) Temple, believed to have been founded by legendary Parasurama
Vayilya Kunnilappan Temple, Palakkad
Kadampazhipuram or Vayilyakkunnu is a small hamlet laced with a rich greenery of coconut palms and extensive paddy fields. Numerous trees, hillocks and lakes dotting its terrain add to the scenic bliss
Vilwadrinathan Temple, Thiruvilwamala, Palakkad
Sree Vilwadrinatha temple at Thiruvilwamala,dedicated to Lord Rama, enjoys a unique status in different ways among the ancient sacred temples of Kerala. Located at Vilwamala, near Lakkidi Railway Station and 15 km from Ottapalam