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Kallil Guha Temple is around 12 km from Perumbavoor town.
It is a small but beautiful temple built on rocks. You can see gigantic rocks near the temple and it is situated at a hilltop.
It is worth exploring temple's surroundings to enjoy the landscape....More
Near to Kallil Devi Temple there is Kallil villarvathi Devi temple. This is an untouched place. This is very small temple and is open only on 1st of every month. But the scenary is beautiful than Kallil Temple. There is a small cave also. But...More
Kallil Temple is a Jain temple located at Kerala, South India. It is 22 km away from Kalady in Ernakulam district of Kerala. Kallil in Malayalam means 'in stone'. It is one of the most ancient Jain temple in Kerala.
In the part of my trip of Kochi i visited temple of Kallil Devi its situated on the hill of Munnar, to reach there is thrilling experience we enjoyed pooja and knew something more about their local style of pooja its like caves to enter...More
The sanctorum is built of rocks by nature itself.the deity is godess durga, but for the last couple of years, the idol is moving to make space for an idol of Lord Shiva, which is appearing gradually. Have lots of steps to climb, no wheelchair...More
Located 50kms north-east of Kochi, near Perumbavoor, this temple is carved out of a single rocked reached by climbing 120 steps. The Hindu godess Durga is the main deity, while Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva are also worshipped. The interesting feature of this temple is its...More
Ancient temple with Jain architecture. Fantastic place. Carry drinking water and some snacks (if going with children) as there are no convenient places to get it nearby. Nearest place would be Perumbavoor. Worth a visit.
It is a devi temple. The deity is inside a cave. When we visited it was really hot. There are some small shops nearby to purchase water and snacks. As it is a devi temple, we have to maintain proper discipline here. The other travel...More