Thrissur (Trichur) district known as cultural capital of Kerala, and the land of poorams (Temple festivel) . The district is famous for its ancient temples, churches, and mosques. Thrissur Pooram is the most colourful and spectacular temple festival in Kerala. An ancient cultural center, Thrissur houses the Kerala Kalamandalam, the Kerala Sahitya Academy, the Kerala Lalitakala Academy and the Kerala Sangeeta Nataka Academy. You can visit the dams, rivers, ocean, waterfalls, hill areas, forest, Kovilakam (royal houses), handicrafts production etc.
Dedicated to God Shiva. The temple was built at the time of Perumthachan from Parayi petta panthirukulam. It is said that Perumthachan lived during the seventh century, so the Koothambalam may be 1,300 years old. Vadakkunnathan won UNESCO award in the year 2015. 16 km from Deepanjali. Read More..
Guruvayoor, the abode of Lord Sree Guruvayoorappan located 25 Km away from Deepanjali. The central shrine is believed to have been rebuilt in 1638 A.D. By then it had become the most famous center of pilgrimage in Kerala. Read More..
The deity is Shree Rama and with four arms with bearing a conch, a disc, a bow and a garland. The temple is situated on the bank of river Theevra. The Temple deity is the presiding deity of Arattupuzha Pooram. Read More..
The temple comprises the main structure, walled compound with citadels, four ponds around the main structure where in one of the ponds is situated within the walled structure. Koodalmanikyam Temple is the only temple in india dedicated to the worship of Bharata, the third brother of Rama. Read More..
This is said to be the largest church in Asia and higher, which occupy about 25,000 square meters. Also known as “Puthan Pally,” the church is built in Indo-Gothic style. It is located in the city center. The church was consecrated in the year1940 and the staff of the Minor Basilica in 1992. Read More..
Dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes, this church is located in the heart of the city. With a facade of Indo-European is one of the largest churches in India. Founded in 1887, the cathedral has an underground shrine is a masterpiece of architectural design. Read More..
This monument is dedicated to St. Thomas. Shrine was built in the model of St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome and is a center of pilgrimage history of Indian Christians. Read More..
One of the oldest churches in Kerala, the Church is one of the seven churches Palayur established by the apostle St. Thomas. At the entrance of the church, you can see 14 life-size granite statues of various scenes from the life of St. Thomas, and a silver statue of the saint on the ceiling. “Palayur Mahatheerthadanam” is an important pilgrimage to the church, where devotees walk all the way to church in Thrissur Palayur with wooden crosses. Read More..
Built in 629 AD, it is the first mosque in India. People of all religions come to this mosque and many non-Muslims conduct vidhyarambham (initiation ceremony to the world of letters) of their children here.Read More..
Kerala Kalamandalam Deemed University of Art and Culture is a major centre for learning Indian performing arts, especially those that developed in the Southern states of India, with the special emphasis on Kerala.Read More..
The Elephant Camp is located in Punnathur Kotta, at a distance of 3 km from the Guruvayur Temple. It has more than 50 elephants now. Read More..
Snehatheeram, means ‘Love Shore. This beach is maintained by Kerala Tourism Development Corporation (KTDC), definitely one of the most beautiful beaches in Kerala.Read More..
Athirappilly Falls is situated in Athirappilly panchayath, Chalakudy Taluk in of Thrissur district, Kerala on the southwest coast of India. Located on the west-flowing Chalakudy River near the Vazhachal Forest Division and the Sholayar ranges, this 24-metre (80 ft) waterfall and the nearby Vazhachal Falls are popular tourist destinations. There is another waterfall on the way from Athirappilly to Vazhachal Falls, in close proximity to the road and is locally called “Charpa Falls”. Read More..
Pottery is an art that has evolved since time immemorial. The origins of pottery date back to the Neolithic Era; Located in what was once a traditional 1950’s brick and tile factory, this studio space is where many contemporary potters, artists, technicians and enthusiasts unite together to create and mould earth back to life. Read More..
The trip comprises of a visit to kole wetland – which is a unique wetland locate at Thrissur district. The kole wetland is one of the largest and highly fertile and endangered wetlands in Kerala and has been declared in Ramsar Convention for protection and it’s a part of Centeral Asian flyway of exotic migratory birds. Kole is Malayalam word and refers to a bumper yield. Kole wetland is just walking distance from our property. Read More..
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