Famous Temples in Kerala

Kerala is most famed as ‘God’s own country’. The state Kerala is famous for its natural magnificence as well as its ancient temples. The state of Kerala has a large number of temples. If we compared Kerala states with other state in terms of size, Kerala may be a small state, but it has a host of attractions for the tourists and travelers arriving there. Till the 1980s it was not explored properly for the purpose of tours and travels by visitors. However, gradually many visitors came to learn about the excellent offerings of the state for them in terms of natural beauty, backwaters, exotic beaches, richness of palm forests and coconut trees, tea and coffee gardens, and above all hundreds of temples displaying architectural uniqueness and brilliance that summons sheer adoration in the viewers.

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. Famous temples in Kerala are worth to visit. Every year tourists from all over the world are come to visit kerala to explore its natural as well as heritage beauty.

The most famous temples in Kerala comprise of Padmanabhaswamy Temple, Aaranmula Temple, Sabarimala Temple, Guruvayoor Temple, Kalapathy Temple, Ambalapuzha Temple and Thiruvalla Temple. Padmanabhaswamy Temple is found in the center of the city of Trivandrum. The magnificient structure of one of the aforementioned Kerala Famous Temples includes Gopuram of 100 feet and suits the icon of the leading divinity that has a length of 18 feet.

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