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Karumadikkuttan

Karumadikkuttan is a name of Lord Budhha statue located in Karumady Kerala. Karumady is a village three km east of Ambalappuzha in Alappuzha District of Kerala State. The statue of Buddha is made up of black granite statue . The statue is believed to be 9th – 14th century and was in the stream flowwing nearby . It was discovered by Sir Robert Bristow a british Engineer who established the Willingdon Island.

Only half part of the statue ws dicovered other half of the statue have been missing and presently is under the State Government of Kerala.

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How to Reach Karumadikkuttan

Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is located in State Highway 12, Karumadi, Kerala Alleppey District in Kerala India.

By AirCochin International Airport is located about 100 Km away from here while Trivandrum Airport is about 139 Km away.

By Train– Alleppey Station and Changanassery Station(31 Km) are the nearest from Champakulam. Kayamkulam Junction Railway Station is about 39 KM from here and

By Road– State Highway 12 runs through Karumadi . Karumadi is well connected to Ambalappuzha .

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