St. Georges Church, Pariyaram – dedicated to the remarkable warrior saint

St. Georges Church is located in the beautiful village of Pariyaram belonging to the Chalakudy Block. The church dedicated to the warrior saint – George of Lydda, is around 34 km from Thrissur town, via Pudukkad. Its around 5 km from Chalakudy. The parish was etablished in 1830, belongs to the Chalakudy Forane. The church …

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Sri Sharadambal Thiru Kovil Coimbatore – the sacred temple in the heart of the city

Sri Sharadambal Thiru Kovil Coimbatore is located in the heart of Coimbatore city in Race Course Road. This Temple is dedicated to Sharadadevi. Its a branch of Dakshinmnaya Sri Sharada Peetham, Sringeri, Karnataka. Marriages are performed before Lord Sharadambal Sannitham. I also did visit the temple for my cousin’s marriage. There is parking space according …

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Amaravathi Dam – a quality hidden travel destination built in 1957

Amaravathi Dam is across the Amaravathi river in Tirupur district, Tamil Nadu, South India. It was initially built for irrigation and flood control in 1957 Besides its initial purpose, it now provides 4 meg watts of electrical power, fishing for the tribals and have a large crocodile population. We travelled to this dam on the …

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Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple – the most famous abode of Lord Murugan at Palani

Arulmigu Dhandayuthapani Swamy Temple is located in the city of Palani, Tamil Nadu, South India. Its the third abode of the six Abodes of Lord Murugan. The temple is currently maintained/administered by the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department of the Government of Tamil Nadu. Its usually open from 6.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m unless …

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