Harippad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy Temple

About Harippad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy Temple:

The Sree Subrahmanya Swamy temple in Haripad is one of the largest and oldest temples in Kerala. It is dedicated to Subrahmanya Swamy, and is also known as Kerala Palani or Dakshina Palani. It is believed that the temple was established even before the advent of Kali Yuga

Popularly known as South Palani or Dakshina Palani, Sree Subramanya Swami temple at Harippad in Alappuzha district is one of the oldest shrines in Kerala, believed to have been consecrated by Sage Parasurama. The presiding deity of this 3500 year-old temple is Lord Subramanya in a four-armed form with a Vel (a divine spear) in one hand and a Vajrayudha (a divine weapon) in the other. This temple has the largest dhwajastambham (flag mast) among Kerala temples.

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Activity:

A place of worship and Ancient place
Best Time to Visit: December, January, Winter, February, March, Spring, April, May, June, July, Summer, August, September, Autumn, October, November, Monsoon
Location: Harippad, Kerala, India

How to Reach There:

Airport: Cochin International Airport

The nearest Airport Cochin International Airport . We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Cochin International Airport to Haripad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy Temple is 114.8kms

Railway Station: Harippad Railway Station

The nearest Railway station Harippad Railway Station  . We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Harippad Railway Station to Haripad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy Temple  is 1.5kms

Bus Stand: Harippad KSRTC Bus Stand

The nearest Bus Stand is Harippad KSRTC Bus Stand  . We need to take an private vehicle the distance between Harippad KSRTC Bus Stand to Haripad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy Temple is 2.7kms

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