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Best Time to Visit in Guruvayoor

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Chamundeswari temple

Visit this temple to satisfy your religious quest and experience divine intervention. It is located in close proximity to Guruvayur Temple. Timing to visit this temple is from 5am-11am and 4:30pm-8pm throughout the week. Visit duration ranges from 1-2 hours. No entry fee is charged.

St Thomas Church

This church is situated at Palayur in the Thrissur district of the state of Kerala , India. According to the local belief, it was established in 52 AD by St Thomas, one of the twelve apostles of Jesus Christ.

Chowalloor Siva Temple

This temple comprises of 108 Shivalayas which, according to religious belief, are Lord Shiva's abodes. The temple premises offer tranquility while the picturesque backdrop gives you a new high. It is situated at a distance of 3 km from Guruvayoor Temple. The timing to visit this temple is from 4:30pm to 8:30pm throughout the week. Visit duration ranges from 1 to 2 hours. Similar to other temples, no entry fee is charged here.

Guruvayoor Temple

The Guruvayoor temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna. This 1000 year old temple is one of the holiest places for Vaishnavites. The temple is commonly known as Bhuloka Vaikuntham (home of Lord Vishnu on Earth). It is one of the important Krishna temples in Kerala. It has a Garuda statue nearby which is considered to greet the devotees to his master's shrine. The devotees wear typical Kerala costume while entering the temple. The male devotees wear a dhoti w

Harikanyaka Temple

It is located in Ariyanoor, which is a neighbouring area in Guruvayur. Experience the religious charm when you step inside this serene temple. Timing to visit this temple is from 5:30am to 9:30 am and from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm throughout the week. One can stay in the temple for more than 2 hours while no entry fee is charged.

Parthasarathi Temple

It is located at a distance which is just one kilometer away from Guruvayoor Temple. You can reach the main temple and then either walk or take a cab to reach Parthasarathi Temple. With its beautiful architecture and strong religious connection, the temple is a popular tourist attraction in Guruvayoor. The timing to visit this temple is from 4:30am to 12:30pm and from 4:30pm to 8:30pm throughout the week. Visit duration ranges from 1-2 hours while no entry fee is

Mammiyoor Mahadeva Temple

It is located at a walking distance from the main Guruvayoor Temple. Do not forget to pay your homage to Lord Shiva at Mammiyoor Temple before you leave this town. Tradition has it that anyone who comes visiting Guruvayoor Temple must visit this temple before stepping out of the town to complete his pilgrimage. The timing to visit this temple is from 5:00am to 12:00pm and from 4pm to 9pm, throughout the week. The visit duration ranges from 1-2 hours. No entry fee

Chowalloor Siva Temple

This temple comprises of 108 Shivalayas which, according to religious belief, are Lord Shiva's abodes. The temple premises offer tranquility while the picturesque backdrop gives you a new high. It is situated at a distance of 3 km from Guruvayoor Temple. The timing to visit this temple is from 4:30pm to 8:30pm throughout the week. Visit duration ranges from 1 to 2 hours. Similar to other temples, no entry fee is charged here.

Narayanamkulangara Temple

Dedicated to Goddess Narayani, the Narayanamkulangara Temple is a significant religious site in Guruvayoor. A kind of sub-ordinate of the famous Guruvayoor temple, it is visited by a large number of devotees every day. The temple celebrates an annual festival at the end of January and the entire area becomes alive during the grand celebration. Visit this temple to seek divine intervention and soak into its architectural beauty. The temple promises to take you

Thriprayar Sri Rama Temple

Thriprayar Sri Rama Temple is off the highway that takes you to Guruvayoor, overlooking a river. The deity is said to incorporate elements of Brahma and Shiva and is therefore worshipped as the Trimoorti. The Thriprayar Rama is the leading deity in the Arattupuzha Pooram. The time to visit this temple is from 4:30am to 12:00 pm and from 4:30 pm to 8 pm, throughout the week. The visiting duration is of one hour.

Venkitachalapathy Temple

Leave your bag of worries behind and experience the divine world when you step in at this temple. It is located near Parthasarathy Temple and you can easily reach the place by cabs. Timing to visit this temple is from 5am to 1pm and from 5pm to 9pm, also throughout the week. Visit duration ranges from 1 to 2 hours. No entry fee is charged during the visit

The Elephant Sanctuary

The Elephant Sanctuary at Punnathur Kotta is home to more than 51 elephants and is one of the largest and unique sanctuaries in the world. A large number of pilgrims and tourists visit this fascinating spot every day. In this vast compound, there are various conveyance facilities for pilgrims and tourists to go around. The sanctuary is nearby to the Guruvayoor temple. The compound covers an area of 10 acres which was purchased by Devaswom in the year 1975. The vis

Nava Mukunda Temple

It is situated in Thirunavaya, on the banks of river Bharathapuzha. You may embark upon a spiritually satisfying trip when you visit this popular temple. Timing to visit this temple is from 5am to 11am and from 5pm to 7:30 pm throughout the week.

 

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