God's own country- Religious places in Kerala for a spiritual journey

The temple holds international prominence as one of the wealthiest and most prestigious temples, governed by the Travancore Royal family, the ruling house of the Kingdom of Travancore.

Padmanabhaswamy temple


Sabarimala Sastha Temple

Sabarimala Sastha Temple is near Periyar Tiger Reserve. It is also one of those places where pilgrimage is performed on a huge scale. It is believed about 50 million pilgrims visit here annually.


Built during the early 20th century, Mysore Palace is located right at the center of the city. It was home to the royal family of Wodeyars, who ruled the Kingdom of Mysore for nearly 600 years.

Vallarpadam Church


Also known as the Sabarimala for women, the temple made it into the Guinness Book of World Records twice for its grand Attukal Pongal festival, where countless women actively participate. 

Attukal Bhagavathi


A renowned mosque with cultural and religious significance, particularly during the annual Urs festival, when devotees gather to commemorate the saint buried there.

Beemapally Masjid


Malayattoor Church

A popular Christian pilgrimage destination, believed to be the place where St. Thomas, the Apostle, prayed and left his footprints.


The Guruvayur Temple is dedicated to Guruvayurappan, a form of Krishna. It is one of the most important places of worship for Hindus in Kerala and is often called Bhuloka Vaikuntha.



Paradesi Synagogue in Jew town, is one of the oldest active synagogues in the Commonwealth and is famous for its exquisite architecture and antique treasures.

Paradesi Synagogue


The temple is dedicated to the God of medicine. It is known for its miraculous healing and even offers a divine medicine known to cure various ailments.

Dhanvanthri temple


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