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Mullakkal Bhagavathy Temple (Alappuzha)

A Mullakkal Bhagavathy temple situated at the heart of Alleppey city. This is one the most pilgrims in the land of backwaters.

The best time to visit the temple is September to march because it is the festival time offers the best time to visit the temple.

The two most festivals are the Navaratri and Thaippuyakavadi are held at the time in September and December respectively. A Mullakkal chirappu festival, a unique festival of temple celebrated in the time of the November make more ideal place for it.

The temple is around five hundred years old, is managed by the government of Kerala Devasom board. The temple owns an elephant which, along with another elephant is a part of the festival. Nine elephants are standing on the entrance gate of the temple.

The temple is available for visiting in all the days of a week, but in a particular day it is open four to ten hours in a day, depends on the day.

You can easily reach at the destination by the road, train and by flight. But if you are already in Kerala trip then you are approached to Temple by boat also.

The boat service includes the houseboat that you find from the Kollam, Kottayam, Kumarakom any so many Kerala places.


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