Thrissur the cultural capital of Kerala State is one of the most popular temple towns situated in the district with same name of the state Kerala. Thrissur is also known as Trichur that is far-famed for the Vaddakkunnathan Temple, purely consecrated to Lord Shiva. The temple is situated in a picturesque hillock and included as one of the ancient temple in country. The area is extremely pristine and green and the rich fertile land is home to many agriculture fields. There are many religious festivals that draw maximum number of tourists from India and across the world. The culture of the area resembles much of the other parts of the state.

There are other temples that can be visited in the city as well, they are Shankara Samadhi, Thiruvambadi Krishna Temple and the Arattupuzha Temple. The place has been ruled by Perumpadappu Swaroopam, Portugese and later by Britishers. Most of them have left their influences in the city.

This small town of Thrissur is also known for its and breathtaking scenery and its calm and green surroundings. Thrissur is also located near two very prominent waterfalls that the region is famous for. These two waterfalls are Athirapally Falls and Vazhachal Falls. This place is also famous for traditional and design of gold ornaments.

Thrissur Weather and Best time to Visit

The best time to visit the place is from August to April. Thrissur experiences a warm climate except for winter season which is pleasant. Summer days are extremely hot and make it uncomfortable and difficult to travel. Rainy season must try to avoid during to heavy rain in this area.

Vadakkumnatha Kshethram

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