Malaysia to Kerala in Search of Divine Blessings

Kallada Travel House takes you on a pilgrimage to the most prestigious temples in Kerala, a journey that will bestow upon you divine blessings in abundance., and fulfillment of long cherished dreams.

The pilgrimage covers the following temples:

  • Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavathy Temple, Perinthalmanna
  • The four Ramayana Temples,
  • Sri Krishna Temple Guruvayoor
  • ChottanikkaraBhagavathiamman Temple

Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavthy Temple, Perinthalmanna

Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavthy Temple is famed for the Mangalya Pooja performed to seek the blessings of Lord Ganapathy for finding the ideal life partner. It is believed that offering Mangalya Pooja at the temple for three consecutive years will remove all obstacles in the way of a successful marriage, resulting in a perfect alliance. The Pooja should be performed for three consecutive years even if marriage takes place in the intervening period. Mangalya Pooja is performed on all Fridays, Sundays and Tuesdays.

The Four Ramayana Temples

A pilgrimage to the four Ramayana Temples begins from the Sri Rama Temple Thriprayar dedicated to Lord Rama, and includes the Koodalmanikyam Temple dedicated to Lord Bharata, the second brother of Rama (the only one of its kind in India); the Payammal Sree Shathrugnha Swamy Temple dedicated to Lord Bharatha; and the Thirumoozhikkulam Lakshmana Perumal Temple dedicated to Lord Lakshmana. A pilgrimage to these temples on a single day during the Malayalam month of Karkkidakam (mid July to mid August) is believed to bring divine blessings and ensure prosperity.

Sri Krishna Temple Guruvayoor

Dedicated to Lord Krishna, the Guruvayoor Sri Krishna Temple, one of the most important places of worship for Hindus in Kerala, and one of the five most prestigious Krishna/Vishnu temples in India. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Vishnu, worshiped in the form of Krishna. According to legends, the deity worshiped here is more than 5000 years old. The central shrine that we see today is said to have been rebuilt in 1638 AD.

Chottanikkara Bhagavathiamman Temple

This is one of the most famous temples in Kerala, and is dedicated to mother goddess Bhagawati who is worshipped in three different forms: as Saraswati in the morning, draped in white; asLakshmi at noon, draped in crimson; and as Durga in the evening, decked in blue. Lord Shiva is also worshiped at the temple. People suffering from mental illnesses commonly visit the temple, as Bhagawati is thought to cure her devotees.

Kerala Temple Tour from Malaysia

Tour Itinerary

Day 1:    Arrival at Kochi Airport, transfer to Airport Hotel.

Day 2:   Early morning, 6.00 a.m. Proceed to Thirumanthamkunnu Bhagavathy Temple (4 hrs) to perform Mangalya Pooja. After Pooja, proceed to Gurvayur Sree Krishna Swami Temple. Check in at Hotel. Have darshan at Guruvayur temple. Overnight at Guruvayur.

Day 3:   Early morning, proceed on pilgrimage to the four Ramayana Temples, reaching back to Kochi by late afternoon. Evening free for shopping. Overnight in Kochi.

Day 4:   Early morning, proceed to Chottanikkara Amman Temple to offer prayers. Rest of the day free for Kochi sightseeing and/or shopping. Back to hotel to freshen up. Proceed to Airport to catch the night flightback to Kuala Lampur.

Visitors have the option to extend their vacation to cover Kerala’s most popular destinations such as Munnar, Thekkady, Alleppey, Kovalam etc. Kallada Travel House will take care of all arrangements including accommodation and logistics, leaving you to have a thoroughly enjoyable holiday. Kerala Temple Tour from Malaysia will make you divine and memorable.