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In our journey of four temples, Vaikom mahadeva temple,Kaduthuruthy mahadeva temple, Ettumanoor Temple and Thirunakkara, we were on our third leg - Ettumanoor Temple. We had started at Kumarakom and would end there too.
Ettumanoor Temple was a huge temple with big multi-tier entrance gate....More
Do visit the ancient temple of Lord Shiva and Krishna.Truly a holistic experience.Men cannot wear shirts inside the shrine ,so please be advised to carry a scarf,stoll to cover up.Also only full pants.
Old ancient temple.. Visited as part of moksha tour alongwith Vaikom mahadeva temple,Kaduthuruthy mahadeva temple and Thirunakkara.. As per the local legend when someone visits all the four temples in one visit, he/she will attain moksha.. A Must visit..
We reached to Ettumanoor after a driving of just 12 km from kottayam. We visited famous Ettumanoor Mahadeva temple. The temple is an ancient Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It has brought glory and fame to the place. The fresco of Pradosha Nritham (Dance of...More
Etumanoor temple is a very huge Shiva temple with ample parking and other basic facilities for visitors..the sanctum sanctorum is full of divine energy and we were blessed to witness milk abhishegam of the huge lingam as we entered.. We left feeling really blessed..
I have been to a lot of temples in India but this was very different. We were there on a Sunday which was wedding day so it was filled with people celebrating. The wood carving on the outside was so intricate. We went to see...More
Located around 11 Kms. From Kottayam, this temple is one of the major Shiva temples in India. The temple architecture is similar to the ones found in Kerala in the 1960s and is very impressive.
I visited the temple in March 2018 on my way...More