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We were late in reaching the temple and there was a big queue. The volunteer suggested us to pay 250 rupees and get a ticket for VIP pass. It included a lotus flower and fruits for offering to God. It also includes a can of...More
Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Trivendrum is very old and is the temple of Lord Vishnu reclining on his bed of Seshanaga. It’s origin is steeped in antiquity and it is believed to be thousands of years old. There are mentions of this temple in ancient Hindu...More
We didn't get in the temple, we just saw it from the outside. Like in many other temples in India, you're asked to leave all your possessions outside, including cellphones and cameras. From the outside, it doesn't look too impressive.
I visited this place twice. Once during the day and once in the late afternoon when the night starts. Both time it was very nice just to be there and watch people commig for prayers. In the evening/late afternoon was more crows dan it is...More
With underground wealth worth billions, this temple is one of the major attractions in Trivandrum as it offers Lord Vishnu's blessings as well as a glimpse to lost architecture and history. One must wear traditional clothes to enter the temple. With black stone architecture, it...More
Padmanabha temple in Trivandrum is a must visit temple for Hindus. Situated in fort area this ancient temple of Lord Vishnu on Adisesha is famous for its historical and religious reasons. The temple has some rituals which every visitor is expected to follow, men have...More
A very grand and historical temple. It is the richest place of worship in the world. Men have to wear dhoti (mundu) and take off their shirts. Women wearing salwar-kameez have to wear a dhoti over that. Cloak rooms are available to keep peoples' belongings....More
Lovely temple but have to change clothes there as they are very strict with that. You do get the same and can wear the same and give your valuables to the locker as no mobile or any electric item even headphones are allowed.
On of the finest temple of lord vishnu. The statue seems to be live and it gives a feel of sheer pleasure. Dhoti is compulsory for men and should either wear saree or had to put on dhoti over salwar suit.
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You can first visit Padmanabha swamy temple, it takes about twenty minutes by car from airport, Darshana closes by 12 and it’s hence preferred to visit the temple first and from there Kovalam beach is around 45 minutes by... More
You can first visit Padmanabha swamy temple, it takes about twenty minutes by car from airport, Darshana closes by 12 and it’s hence preferred to visit the temple first and from there Kovalam beach is around 45 minutes by car though it’s just 15–17 kms . You can visit lighthouse and Kovalam beach and by six start towards Kanyakumari. It’s a long drive though distance is around 80 kms, keep a cool two and half hours at least for this drive