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Religious Places in Palai

Pala is one of the most bizare, lush green places in Kerala, resided by adoring, educated, well-cultured persons belonging to diverse castes and beliefs who live harmoniously and peacefully. Pala flourished as a village on the banks of the river Meenachil.

A majority of the population comprises of flourishing farmers and businessmen. The main cultivation's are rubber, plantain, pepper, tapioca and coconut. Rice is the main part of the diet. Pala is blessed with many heritage and educational institutions which are counted amidst the best in Kerala. The main attraction of Pala is the Kurisupally, in the name of St. Mary.

It is the pride of the residents of Pala. Its Jubilee carnival commemorations are conveyed out with grand fervor every year on December 8th by all people of Pala without any caste founded or devout boundary.Some of the religious spots in Palai include:

Temples in Palai

There are 11 temples in Pala Municipality. Amidst them Lalam Mahadeva Temple is among the most well known and called Dakshina Kasi. This Temple is situated at the heart of Pala town on the bank of Lalam River. It is considered that this is the oldest temple in Meenachil Taluk and was one time the only temple in the 58 Karas or Villages of Meenachil Taluk.

Thiruvathira carnival in Dhanu is the main carnival of this temple. Ambalppurathukavu Bhagavthy Temple is situated beside to Lalam temple. Kadappattor Mahadeva Temple which is located on the bank of Meenachil stream is the most famous Hindu temple in this district. Thousands of pilgrims visit the Kadappattoor temple every year, on their way to Sabarimala.

Kizhathadiyoor Puthiyakavu Devi Temple, Murikkumpuzha Devi Temple, Chembittambalam Kizhathadiyoor Thrukkayil Mahadeva Temple, Idayattu Bala Ganapathy Temple, Vellappattu Sree Vana Durga Bhagavathy Temple, Narasimha Swami Temple, Thattarakathu Bhagavathy Temple, Anakkulangara Bhagavathy Temple, Ooraasala Subrahmanya Swami Temple and Kochidappady Sree Shanmugha swami Temple are the other temples located inside the boundaries of Pala Municipality.

Cheruthil Valuthu Puliyannoor Mahadeva temple is also a well known temple beside to Pala. It was constructed by Chonaru Chettair of Chathamplackal family now renowned as Nalonnil. Both these temples are situated in Mutholi Panchayath. Meenachil vadakke kavu is a well known Bhadrakaaly temple near Pala.

 Mandalakala pooja is very famous with Kalam karikkal and Kalamezhuthu. Meenachil Dharmasastha Temple, Poovarany Mahadeva Temple, Idayattu Bala Ganapathy Temple, Valavoor Mahadeva Temple, Idanadu Bhagavathy Temple, Anthinadu Mahadeva Temple, Vezhanganam Mahadeva Temple, Bharanaganam Sree Krishna Swami Temple, Alanadu Sree Krishna Swami Temple, Ponad Bhagavathy Temple and Sree Kurumbakkavu Devi Temple are the other important temples of this district. There is furthermore a famous temple called Poovarani temple.

Churches in Palai

Kurishupalli, a shrine established at the center of the Pala town, actions as the breakthrough of the town. St. Thomas Syro-Malabar Catholic Cathedral, Pala and St. Mary's Syro-Malabar church member Church, Lalam are two of the major Syrian Catholic churches in Pala. A well known pilgrim centre close by is the Alphonsa Church at Bharananganam, where the mortal remains of St. Alphonsa are kept. Adjacent to it is St. Mary's Syro-Malabar Catholic Church of Bharananganam which was founded in 1002.

St. George's Syro-Malabar Catholic Church, Aruvithura is furthermore a famous pilgrim centre. Another Christian pilgrim center beside Pala is the St. Augustine's Syro-Malabar Catholic Church at Ramapuram, where the mortal remains of the Blessed Thevarparampil Kunjachan are kept. Monastery of Mutholy was founded by Blessed Kuriakose Elias Chavara.

St.Thomas Church at Arunapuram is one of the Syro-Malabar Catholic Church which has the biggest number of convents in Pala Diocese.Two main schools of Pala comes under the area of this church. Though Pala has remained very cautious in faith and convictions, due to the large leverage of learning and media which encouraged free conceiving and freedom of alternative, it has also met and encouraged a number of restructured Evangelical and Pentecostal churches, namely Malankara Mar Thoma Syrian Church, Malankara Christian Church, Indian Pentecostal Church of God and Assemblies of God.

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