Thiruvalla Sreevallabha Temple

Thiruvalla Temple is situated at Thiruvalla Sub district of Pathanamathitta District of Kerala India. The exact location of this temple is ½km south of Ramapuram vegetable market on the Thiruvalla – Kayamkulam Main Road. Thiruvalla Temple is one of the most famous oldest and grandest temples of Kerala . It attracts devotees from all over the India and is an important pilgrimage destination of Kerala State. It is also one of the 108 Divya Desams . Lord Vishnu is the main deity here . Thiruvalla Sreevallabha Temple has been glorified by the tamil hymns of Tirumangaialwar and Nammalwar of the 1st millennium CE. Kathakali is played daily in the temple as it forms the important part of the customs and is staged for many time during a year.

The temple is under the administration of Travancore Devaswom Board.

Thiruvalla Sreevallabha Temple a unique one situated on the Bank of Manimala River . It is believed that this temple was built about 4000 years ago. Temple remains is enclosed on all four sides with walls whose height is 12 feet and its length in each side is 566 feet on the east and west exactly in the middle of the wall the gate towers (Gopuram) of equal dimensions can be seen on the other hand in the north and south gate towers (Gopuram) of different dimensions can be seen.

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The flagstaff of this temple is a monolithic structure of black granite 50 feet in height. At the top of this staff is an image of Garuda. Sreevallabhan is portrayed as bearing a lotus in right hand, chakra in right upper hand, sankha in left upper hand and his left hand kept on his waist. This 7 feet tall massive idol is situated at a height of 10 feet in such a way that one has to bend his body to see it and its top and bottom cannot be seen. Thiru uthsavam and Uthra Sreebali are the two main festivals of Sreevallabha Temple. Temple functions from morning 4 a.m. to noon 12 p.m. and evening 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Sreevallabha Temple Timings

4:00 Am Palli Unarthal
4:30 Am Nirmalya Darshanam
5:00 Am Abhishekam
7:00 Am Usha Pooja
9:00 Am Pantheeradi Pooja
11 Am Ucha Pooja
11:30 Am Ucha Shiveli and Temple Closes
5:00 Pm Temple Opening
6:30 Pm Deeparadhana
7:00 Pm Naalam Pooja
7:30 Pm Ancham Pooja
8:00 Pm Athazha Shiveli and Temple Closed

Sreevallabha Temple is just 2.5 km away from Thiruvalla railway station and 2 km from KSRTC bus stand.

Thiruvalla Sreevallabha Temple


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