   The district name of Pathanamthitta is    derived from the two words of Malayalam    “Pathanam” and “Thitta” which tog...
   Sabarimala is one of the most famous    Pilgrimage centres in South India.    Sabarimala is about 65 km from    Pathan...
   Parthasarathy temple is located at    Aranmula, about 10 km away from    Chengannur, is dedicated to Lord Krishna    i...
   Mannadi, about 13 km away from Adoor is    famous because of Velu Thampi Dalawa, a    freedom fighter who sacrificed h...
   Maramon is located 10 km away from    Pathanamthitta. Maramon is a small town    on the Pampa River, opposite to    Ko...
   Perumthenaruvi is a beautiful natural    waterfall and an ideal place of tourism.    Perumthenaruvi, a 100ft high Wate...
   Kaviyoor is about 5 km east of Tiruvalla    Town in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala,    on the banks of river Manima...
   Trikkukkudi Cave Temple, also known as    the Rock Cut Cave Temple is a great    archeological and tourist attraction....
   Parumala is a small stretch of land on the    shores of the river Pampa. In the days of    old, many brahmin families ...
   A Bhagavathy temple is situated at    Malayalapuzha, 8 km from    Pathanamthitta. The Stone Carvings and    Wall Paint...
   Chilanthiyambalam or the Spider Temple    is situated 16 km from Pathanamthitta    Town. It is believed that the water...
   Sree Vallabha temple is one of the    important pilgrim centers of Vaishnavites    all over India is located 2km away ...
   CharalKunnu is one of the important    Tourist centers in Pathanamthitta District.    Acoommodation facilities for tou...
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  1. 1.  The district name of Pathanamthitta is derived from the two words of Malayalam “Pathanam” and “Thitta” which together means an “array of houses on the river side”.Pathanamthita tourist places
  2. 2.  Sabarimala is one of the most famous Pilgrimage centres in South India. Sabarimala is about 65 km from Pathanamthitta. The very famous Sabarimala Ayyappa Temple is situated on Neelimala in the deep forests, on the banks of River Pamba.Sabarimala
  3. 3.  Parthasarathy temple is located at Aranmula, about 10 km away from Chengannur, is dedicated to Lord Krishna in the form of Parthasarathy. Uthruttathi Boat Race during Onam Festival Season attracts many tourists.Aranmula
  4. 4.  Mannadi, about 13 km away from Adoor is famous because of Velu Thampi Dalawa, a freedom fighter who sacrificed his life for the nation. The stone sculptures in the ancient Bhagavathy temple are remarkable. The annual festival is the Ushabali, held in February/March. Kalabali, Pooppada, Kaliyoottu, Adu vetti kurithi, Kalamezhuthum pattum, Navarathri kuruthi, Villu Pattum Kuruthi, and Ponnummudi Ezhunnellipp are the other important festivals of the temple.Mannadi Kavu
  5. 5.  Maramon is located 10 km away from Pathanamthitta. Maramon is a small town on the Pampa River, opposite to Kozhencherry town in the state of Kerala, India. This place is the headquarters of the Marthoma Sabha. Asias largest Christian Congregation, the Maramon Convention, is held here every year in the month of February on the banks of River Pamba.Maramon
  6. 6.  Perumthenaruvi is a beautiful natural waterfall and an ideal place of tourism. Perumthenaruvi, a 100ft high Waterfall is located 16 km away from Tiruvalla. Tourists can reach this place via Erumeli and Ranni from Pathanamthitta.Perumthenaruvi
  7. 7.  Kaviyoor is about 5 km east of Tiruvalla Town in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala, on the banks of river ManimalaKaviyoor Mahadeva Temple
  8. 8.  Trikkukkudi Cave Temple, also known as the Rock Cut Cave Temple is a great archeological and tourist attraction. The Art and Sculpture in this temple is very famous. The temple has a verandah with a sculpture of Lord Ganapathi carved into the wall and inner sanctum containging a tall shivalinga, all carved out a one huge rock. It bears close resemblance to the Pallava style of architecture.Trikkukkudi Cave Temple
  9. 9.  Parumala is a small stretch of land on the shores of the river Pampa. In the days of old, many brahmin families were living on this island which has an area of about 4 square miles. For various reasons, in course of time these families left the place.Parumala
  10. 10.  A Bhagavathy temple is situated at Malayalapuzha, 8 km from Pathanamthitta. The Stone Carvings and Wall Paintings in this temple are very attractive. The Goddess helps the devotees in fulfilling their genuine dreams, according to popular belief.Malayalapuzha Temple
  11. 11.  Chilanthiyambalam or the Spider Temple is situated 16 km from Pathanamthitta Town. It is believed that the water in the Spider Well (Chilanthi Kinar) at this temple is the best cure for Skin Diseases. The Mahalakshmi of this temple is worshipped by all people irrespective of casteKodumon Chilanthiyambalam
  12. 12.  Sree Vallabha temple is one of the important pilgrim centers of Vaishnavites all over India is located 2km away from Thiruvalla Town. The large tank near the temple is believed to have formed naturally.Sree Vallabha Temple
  13. 13.  CharalKunnu is one of the important Tourist centers in Pathanamthitta District. Acoommodation facilities for tourists are available. Charalkunnu is a picturesque hill station from where one can have a panoramic view of the low lying areas including that of the sinuous river Pamba. This is a famous retreat and convention centre.CharalKunnu
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