Sabarimala

SabarimalaSituated high on the Hestern Ghats and accessible only by foot, the temple is dedicated to Lord Ayyappa. An important pilgrim centre, multitudes throng the shrine for a glimpse of makarajyothi.
 
Vijnana Kala Vedi Cultural Centre:
Cultural centerThis institute was established in 1977 by a French woman, Louba Schild, under the Indo-French cultural exchange programme. It is dedicated to preserving the arts and heritage of Kerala. People come from all over the world to study everything from singing, dancing, and cooking to community living and language.
 
Mannadi:
Diwan Velu Thampi Dalawa, of the erstwhile State of Travancore, ended his life at Mannadi after leading a brief rebellion against the British. A memorial has been erected in his honour. An ancient Bhagavathi temple with exquisite stone sculpture, and the Kerala Institute of Folklore and Folk Arts are the other attractions here.
 
Vastu Vidya Gurukulam:
Set up in 1993 in a naalukettu, a traditional Kerala house, on the banks of the Pamba, this institute is the result of an initiative to preserve the ancient traditional arts of building and construction. The art gallery throws more light on the subject.
 
Kaviyoor:
KaviyoorKaviyoor is famous for the temples on the banks of River Manimala dedicated to the Lord Hanuman. In fact, its original name was `Kapiyoor’ or ‘land of monkeys’. At Trikkakudi, 3 km east of Thiruvalla, an eighth century temple built of rock is dedicated to Lord Shiva and has beautiful Pallava style sculpture.
 
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