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Chakkulathu Kavu Temple, Thiruvalla


Chakkulathu Kavu Temple is located 12 km westwards from Thiruvalla and draws devotees and visitors alike as it provides quite a picturesque view. It is nestled between the two rivers called Pampa and Manimala and is placed on the border of two districts, namely Pathanamthitta and Alappuzha. The temple is believed be around 3000 years old and Goddesses Bagavathy who is also known as Chakkulathamma is worshipped here.

Chakkulathu Kavu Temple is more popularly known as the Sabarimala of women and the major festival of the temple is celebrated during the months of November-December. Located in a forest, the temple offers a tranquil ambience to the visitors. The confluence of the two rivers is indeed very picturesque and boat racing is thus very popular in this area. It is a riveting experience to go crisscrossing and enjoying the scenic beauty the place has to offer.


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