Total 3 Pilgrimage destination found in Kottayam

Thirunakkara Mahadeva Temple   Kottayam

Thirunakkara Mahadeva temple was constructed in the early 16th century by the Raja of Thekkumkur. It is dedicated to Lord Shiva and represents beautiful Kerala style of architecture. The temple is adorned with murals that depict themes of Hindu epics. The annual ten-day festival at the temple which draws to a close with the Aaraattu ceremony, is a prime attraction for tourists. Usually nine caparisoned elephants take part in the Aaraattu procession, which begins in the afternoon. Folk arts lik

St. Marys Orthodox Church   Kottayam

Built in 1579 by Thekkumkoor Maharajah, St. Mary’s Orthodox Syrian Church, popularly known as Kottayam Cheriapalli, displays outstanding architecture which is a blend of Kerala and Portuguese styles. The walls are adorned with beautiful murals made in oriental and western styles on biblical and non-biblical themes. The church is especially visited for the feasts of St. Mary and St. Mary’s Feast of Assumption that are held on January 15 and August 15 respectively.

Saraswathy Temple   Kottayam

The Panachikkadu Temple, also known as the Dakshana Mookambika (Mookambika of the South) Temple, is a Hindu temple dedicated to the goddess Saraswati. The temple is located in the southern region of the Indian Peninsula, in Panachikkad in Kottayam, Kerala, India. It is one of the most prominent. Saraswati temples in Kerala. Vishnu is the main deity, who the devotees worship before Saraswati. Ganapati, Shiva, Sasthavu and Yakshi are sub-deities who are also worshiped in this temple.