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Thrikkakara Vamana Moorthy Temple

Cochin University Rd, Pukkattupady, Thrikkakara, Kochi (Cochin) 682021, India
+91 99952 16368
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Devine Shrine!!

Temple located just a few metres from the national highway.Small temple very well maintained.With... read more

Reviewed 26 February 2018
Balaraman K
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Whenever I travel abroad and reach my destination, I always try to visit a holy place on arrival... read more

Reviewed 14 December 2017
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Cochin University Rd, Pukkattupady, Thrikkakara, Kochi (Cochin) 682021, India
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+91 99952 16368
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Reviewed 26 February 2018 via mobile

Temple located just a few metres from the national highway.Small temple very well maintained.With warm reception by temple priests,we had a nice darshan of Lord Vamanamurthy with divine vibrations.Not much crowded with spacious car parking.Temple closes at 11 am in the morning.They gave payasam Prasadam...More

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Reviewed 14 December 2017 via mobile

Whenever I travel abroad and reach my destination, I always try to visit a holy place on arrival, be it a Temple, mosque or church, just to the the Lord for safe travels. I visited this beautiful temple, don’t know much of the significance except...More

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Reviewed 27 November 2017

Typical Kerala style temple situated in calm environment. Easy to access by road transport. men should remove the shirt before entering the temple. Lord Vaamanamoorthy is main deity. Less than an hour is fair enough.

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Reviewed 8 October 2017 via mobile

Of the Vamana (Dwarf Avatar of MahaVishnu), the Thrikkakara Temple or as earlier known as Thirul Kaal Karai, meaning land where the Lord has placed His foot, is the most renowned. Research dates the temple to be 2000 years or even more older. The legend...More

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Reviewed 25 June 2017

It is often said that Mahabali (old Ruler of Kerala) lived here and the temple was built by him there is also sayings that this temple was the palace of Mahabali.This is one of the Vamana Temple in India and is oldest too.Comming on to...More

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Reviewed 18 January 2017

There are two temples adjacent to each other: Thrikkakara, which is Lord Shiva temple and temple of Vamana, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Such beautiful place this is! A lot of positive vibes and filled with divinity. A must visit temple when you are in...More

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Reviewed 3 November 2016

Rare temple of Vamana avatar. Also an adjoining Siva temple where Maharaja Mahabali worshiped. Temple is well known for its festival during Onam. The typical Kerala feast called "Onasadhya" during the festive season is gorgeous.

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Reviewed 28 September 2016

This is one of the 108 divya desam temples and one of the few dedicated to Lord Vamanamoorthy.This temple has a Shiva vigraham which is believed to be worshipped by Mahabali himself. This is a very beautiful temple with picturesque surroundings. The theertham in this...More

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Reviewed 24 January 2016

This temple is famous for its deity residing here Lord Vamana (one of the incarnation of Lord Vishnu), Its one among the few temples in kerala with Lord vamana as deity, I visited here during the onam celebrations time, That's the main festival season here.....More

1  Thank Krishna K
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Reviewed 11 January 2016

A perfectly circular temple, with a calm atmosphere, the smell of lighted lamps soothing your senses. The architecture was very typical of the region and we had a good time exploring that as well as appreciating the deities.

Thank motyer
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Open till 8.30 in the evening. No dress code apart from a decent attire. You have to remove your shirt.
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