Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple, constructed in the typical Kerala style, is a Hindu temple in Alappuzha district of Kerala. It is known to have been constructed during the era of 15th to 17th AD by the local ruler Chembakassery Pooradam Thirunal-Devanarayanan Thampuran. Travelers can discover the idol of this beautiful temple which is associated with Parthasarthi holding the whip in one hand and a holy conch in the other hand. The temple is connected to the Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple.
... It is also believed that in the year 1789 during the invasion of Tipu Sultan, Sri Krishna idol was carried from the Guruvayoor Temple to the Ambalappuzha Temple for preservation purpose. The Payasam offered here is extremely delicious and also admired by the domestic as well as international tourists. It is popular among believers as it is a sweet pudding which is prepared with a mixture of rice and milk. There is an amusing fable behind making the Payasam as it is known that Guruvayoorappan grasps daily at this wonderful temple to get Pal Payasam Nedyam. Made in Kerala style, the architecture and construction of the Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple in Kerala is amazing. A dazzling painting of ten avatars of Lord Vishnu in the temple bounds is the main tourist attraction for believers and devotees. Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is also popular for its magicians and Ottanthullal that is acted once in every year.
Q. What Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha is famous for
Ans. Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha is famous for its beliefs, paintings, and architecture.
Q. What are the nearby places to visit from Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha?
Ans. Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple, Alleppey Backwaters, Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja Temple, Alappuzha Beach, International Coir Museum, St. Mary's Forane Church, Alappuzha Lighthouse, and Revi Karunakaran Museum.
Q. How to Reach Sri Krishna Temple in Ambalappuzha?