As a cultural capital of Kerala, the serene environment brings peace to the mind. The name of this majestic city built around the hill on which the Vadakkunathan temple is situated was "Tiru-Siva-Peru", which means "the big city of Lord Shiva". The beautiful charisma and panoramic view of the beautiful city will definitely attract your attention. And will give your life a wonderful life memory. Earlier this city was named Trichur and it is believed that this city was founded by Lord Parashurama, who was the 6th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
While traveling in and around the city, one can find Perampadappu Swaroopam, Zamorin of Calicut, British rule and Portuguese invasion. The city is also considered the center of cultural, artistic and educational institutions. It is home to various culture centers including Kerala Kalamandalam, Sahitya Akademi and Sangeet Natak Akademi. In fact, various cultural and literary organizations have contributed significantly to the development of literature and art, Kerala which is known as God"s own country. It is the only tropical paradise in India.
Vadakkumanathan Temple is one of the oldest temples, it is an excellent example of Kerala style of architecture with many decorative murals and pieces of art. It is the site of the world famous Pooram festival. The town hall displays thousands of murals from all parts of the picture gallery here. Arattupuzha The village is famous for the Pooram festival and ceremonial processions carrying images of the deities of 41 neighboring temples. The Puratattva Museum has many relics and heritage of archaeological significance next to the Town Hall Road. Guruvayur is one of the holiest pilgrimage centers in Kerala. Inside the temple, Ganapati has images of Lord Ayyappa.
In a separate building in the art museum zoo complex, the museum has a good collection of wood carvings, metal sculptures and antique jewelry. Puthan Palli is one of the tallest churches in Asia, known for its Gothic model of architecture. Vilangkanunnu This picturesque hill is known for its attractive splendor, overlooking the sprawling city and countryside.
The Pooram Festival is the region"s largest crowd drawing special religious event that includes a procession of elephants, cultural shows, dance and music competitions, prayers, prayers, and performances, celebrated in the month of April or May. This is a special religious event which includes beautiful processions of decorated elephants, cultural shows, dance and music competitions, prayers, worship and performance, which is celebrated in the month of April or May.
Serving both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, you can choose a selection of delicious South Indian dishes served in every restaurant. Rice, the staple food of Kerala, is served with sambar, vain or Olan.
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