The Kerala Pilgrimage Destinations are an excellent illustration of secular co-existence and religious harmony. There are several pilgrimage destinations all over Kerala, India that cater to the spiritual needs of people belonging to different faiths be it Hindus, Muslims, Christians or any other faith. So read on further about the major religious places of Kerala. Click on each one given below to know further about that pilgrimage.

Witnessing the existence of Jain in Wayanad, the Jain temple still exists in Wayanad. This Jain temple is considered to be built in the 13th century. Tippu Sultan used this temple as his Battery (shells store) for his army and hence it is also known ... more
Aranmula Temple, in Pathanamthitta district, is famous as one of the five temple towns of Kerala. There are other temples besides Aranmula, which are devoted to Lord Krishna and are located at Trichambaram, Tiruvarppu and Ambalappuzha. Lord Parthasar... more
Kaviyoor Mahadevar Temple is a Hindu temple in Kaviyoor, Pathanamthitta District, Kerala, India dating back over 1000 years. It is commonly called Thrikkaviyoor Mahadeva Temple. The main deity is Lord Mahadeva (Shiva and Vishnu) and the Temple is als... more
A beautiful lake temple in Kerala, Ananthapura lake temple is located at Kumbala, Kasargod district. It is dedicated to Ananthapadmanabhaswamy (Lord Vishnu), the deity of the renowned Sree Ananthapadmanabhaswamy temple of Thiruvananthapuram. Lord Vis... more
Our Lady of Sorrows Church or Bela Church is the oldest church in the district. It was constructed in 1890 and is 15 km north of Kasargod . This Roman Catholic church has been constructed in Gothic style. The church which is under the Mangalore dioce... more
With the rich architecture, imposing structure of the temple and the copper plate roofing rises majestically against the beautiful landscape of hills, the place is indeed fascinating. There are abundant paddy fields and gardens with the river Madhuva... more
Pulpally is connected to the legend of Rama. It is believed that when Sita was abandoned by Rama, she reached Pulpally and was given shelter by the great Sage Valmiki. The place in Pulpally, where Sita gave birth to Lava and Kusa is called Valmiki As... more
Valliyoorkav is a Hindu Temple in Wayanad district of Kerala state in south India. This Temple is only 3 km from Mananthavady town. Valliyoorkav Temple is dedicated to Mother Goddess and is worshipped in three principal forms of Vana Durga, Bhadrakal... more
According to the ancient history of Wayanad Jains is the first group who migrated to Wayanad. The Kannada speaking people in Wayanad are known as Jains, they belong to the Digambara sect and they are called Gowadas. Hoysala kings were the rulers of K... more
Embark on tours to the Thirunelli Temple in Wayanad, Kerala, South India with Kerala Tours and see an ancient Vishnu Temple that exudes peace and calm. Located at a distance of 30 kilometers from Mananthavadi in Wayanad, Kerala South India. The Th... more
Bharananganam is a name which is synonymous with St. Alphonsa, who ise the first saint of India. This town is 5 kilometer away from Palai, now has become an important pilgrim center in Kerala. St. lphonsa was born in 1910 August 19th at Kudamaloor, a... more
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