It is also known as’ Dwaraka of South’. It is located 14km from the south of Alppuzha. The temple is dedicated to Partha Sarathi. It is constructed in a Kerala’s traditional style. It was built by Chempakassery ruler called Deva Narayana during the period between AD 15th and 17th century. The temple is very famous for its milk porridge called Palpayasam which served to the devotees. The 10 day ceremonial festval known as Ambalappuzha Arattu is celebrated in Meenam which is the main festival of this temple. A 12 day festival known as panthrandu kalabha maholsavam starting from the first day of the Malayalm month of Makeerims is also an important festival. The attracting thing of this temple is associated with the birth of famous performing arts of Kerala Ottam thullal.

Timings: 3.00am-12.00pm and 5.00 pm - 8.00pm

Best Season to visit: March- April

Getting there:

By air: : Cochin International airport is the nearest railway station which 64km away.

By rail:Alappuzha railway station is the nearest railway station.

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