Parumala is a small village and also an island situated in the district of Pathanamthitta. The village is mainly renowned for the Tomb of St. Gregorios which belongs to the Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. This church is quite a popular pilgrimage site locally. Every year, an annual feast is held here which is attended by thousands of people every year in the month of November.
Parumala Perunnal is a largely celebrated festival on this location which attracts a huge crowd and is also considered to be a highlight of the village. If you are soon planning a trip to this place, then, the best time to visit Parumala would be from the month of October to February.
1. Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple. If you are a religious person then visiting this temple will help you find your inner peace. It is considered as quite an ancient temple and is also an internationally known centre of pilgrimage particularly for the devotees of the serpent gods.
2. Adichikkavu Sree Durga Devi Kshetram Temple. This is quite a popular Durga Devi temple to visit in Alappuzha. The aura of this place is very majestic and enchanting. One can see a great number of devotees flocking here on an annual basis.
3. Sri Vallabha Temple. The town Thiruvalla gets its name from this temple. It is situated at a distance of around 29 km from Kottayam and 35 km from Alappuzha. This temple is sited near Thiruvalla town and has been dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
4. St. Peter and St. Paul Church. It is one of the most iconic places to visit with your loved ones. So, if you are planning a trip to Parumala then visiting this place becomes a must. You will simply love the vibe of this place.
5. Chakkulathukavu Temple. Chakkulathukavu is a Hindu temple dedicated to Goddess Durga. This temple is located in the Neerattupuram in Kerala and is undoubtedly one of the most popular spiritual getaways to explore.
6. Puliyur Mahavishnu Temple. It is a Hindu temple which is located in Puliyoor, Alappuzha District of Kerala in South India. This place was constructed in the Kerala style of architecture and is quite glorified owing to the early medieval timeline of this place.
Parumala is an interesting place to spend your holidays. Every spiritually inclined person must give this place a shot. It is located at a distance of about 2,811, 1,513, 2,363, and 635 km from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru respectively. Here is how you can travel here by the following means of transportation.
By Air. The nearest airport is Trivandrum International Airport located (approx) 125 kilometres away from Parumala. The airport has fairly good connectivity with other cities. Terminal 1 manages domestic flights and Terminal 2 look after international flights. Also, if you land at the airport, you don’t have to wait for long hours as you can see several modes of transportation such as bus, auto, taxi are aligned near the airport.
By Rail. The nearest railway station is Chengannur Railway Station. The railway station is just 9 kilometres away from Parumala. The nearby area of the station is well-established with facilities like restaurants, shopping stores and many more. It is considered as one of the busiest railway stations of Kerala. After deboarding the train, you will need to cover the remaining distance by some means of public transportation.
By Road. The roads around Parumala are well-connected to other nearby regions. The region is well-equipped with local modes of services such as bus, auto, taxi etc. To travel here, you can opt for booking private or interstate buses, hire a cab or self-drive.
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