Kerala Temples: Reflect the Rich Cultural Heritage of Kerala

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Kerala tours become more special due to its ancient and renowned temples that must be seen and admired for their unique architecture.

Kerala is famous for its natural magnificence as well as its ancient temples. They are enriched with a background that is both cultural and conventional in its nature. The state of Kerala has a large number of temples. Temples of Kerala conserve its rich and exotic culture.

Kerala is well known to be a sacred land. This place is of special importance due to its temples. As far as the architecture is concerned, Kerala Temples are unique as compared to the temples found in other states. So, if you are planning a trip to Kerala, you must not miss the golden opportunity of taking Kerala Temples Tour. The ancient and well-known temples of Kerala must be visited.

The famous Temples in Kerala consist of Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Aaranmula Temple, Sabarimala Temple, Guruvayoor Temple, Kalapathy Temple, Ambalapuzha Temple and Thiruvalla Temple. Padmanabhaswamy Temple is located in the centre of the city of Trivandrum. The magnificient structure of one of these Kerala Famous Temples includes Gopuram of 100 feet and accommodates the idol of the chairing deity that has a length of 18 feet.

In Padmanabhaswamy Temple , the magnificent statue is decorated with gold as well as precious stones. The temple elegantly lies on the Serpent Lord, called Anantha. Padmanabhaswamy Temple is devoted to Lord Vishnu. Due to splendid celebrations on the occasion of Arattu festival, the city of Trivandrum is full of life and activity. It displays a worth seeing convoy in which adorned elephants and musicians chant the name of Lord Vishnu.

One of the significant Kerala Temples is Aaranmula Temple. It is positioned in Kerala’s Pathanamthitta district. The temple is well known due to its Aranmula "kannadi". It is a mirror eaten by a few of the superb works done in metal. This holy shrine chairs Lord Parthasarathy. Most importantly, when Onam is celebrated, a large number of pilgrims make a visit to Aaranmula Temple. The major attraction of the temple is the snake boat race.

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This article was published on 2011/09/21