Saturday, 25 April 2015

Karumadi Alappuzha

Karumadi, a centre very much renowned for the Buddhist pilgrimage,
is perched at about 5 km from Ambalapuzha in the district of Alapuzha. Numerous charming myths are linked with this 11th century figurine of Lord Buddha, secluded by the State Archaeological Department. The home regards the Karumadi kuttan by means of fondness and he is attributed with lots of therapeutic supremacy.

 Karumadi kuttan is a figurine of Lord Buddha which is made versatile with the granite. The place where the statue of Lord Buddha is located is derived from the name of a local boy-Karumadi. The word Kuttan in Malayalam is a word meaning which means a boy. The statue exclusive since it is semi conked out. 

Myth believes that an elephant ran towards the statue and made the statue break into two halves, due to the facade of the statue, the words of a myth impressing the real facts.

Attractions:

The nearby attractions on the Karumadi is the Ambalapuzha temple which is believed to be the oldest temple in Kerala, and the mosrt promising factor about the temple is it was built in the 15th century. It is at a distance of about 2.2 km from the Karumadi, visitors with the religious thoughts are always welcome on this temple for the rituals and the holy peace that they may find inside of it. 

And the other most astonishing fact is the snake boat which is the traditional sport of Kerala is related with the temple. Mulakal Bhagavaty Amman is also the most ritual temple for Hindus which attracts the visitors as well the foreigners to seek the rituals of the Hindus.

Amenities:

The accommodations are merely believe to be in the walking distance, the Green Palace Resort is at 3 km away from Karamaudi, which accompanies you with the best hospitality and serves you the best meals you can ever desire to eat, the blemishing surface of the rooms, the clean bed sheets are provided for you to feel your presence in the resort. Hotel Carol Heights also invites you with the best hospitality and serves you with the best faculties and moreover.

How to Reach:

By Rail: The closest railway station to the Karumadi is the Alleppey train station which is at a distance of about 13 km from the Karumadi Kavil Devi Temple. The visitors are directed to hire a taxi from the airport and the railway station as one must enjoy their vacation on Karumadi.

By Air: The closest airport to the Karumadi is the Cochin Airport, which is at a mere distance of about 104 km from Karumadi.

THINGS TO DO:

Tourists can go for a shopping at the Panchayat shopping centre and shop tons of accessories of what they desire. The tremendous shopping centre will encourage you to take a walk around a while and stimulates your happiness while after shopping. The tourists who favor beverages can walk inside the Cithans Bar and enjoy the moment of time with the liquors. The drinks are mostly at an affordable range and one EASILY CAN enjoy a quality time.

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