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TEMPLES

Sreevallabha Temple

 

The Sree Vallabha temple is situated about three-kilometer from the Thiruvalla railway station. Sree Vallabha temple here is one of the important pilgrim centers of Vaishnavites all over India. A granite pillar carved out of single piece with an image of Garuda on its top stands in front of the temple. The pillar, which serves as a flag staff, is 60ft high and is made of granite. It is believed that its bottom touches the water table. Kathakali, the folk art of kerala, is performed almost on all days in this temple as offerings by devotes. The large tank near the temple is believed to have formed naturally. Five other deities have also been installed here.

 

Ladies are not allowed near the sanctum sanctorum -except on the Vishu and Thiruvathira days. Annually two festivals are held, one in February - March and another in March - April. The Uthraseeveli festival is celebrated for one day on the Makayiram asterism in Meenam (March - April). Apart from the religious ceremonies, cultural programmes are the highlights of the festival. Among the articles offered in the festival fair, household utensils made of granite have been in great demand.
Sree Vallabha Temple - 3kms. from Railway Station

 



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