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The name Chittampara or Chittanpara is derived from Sidhan’s Para (Sage’s rock), which seems to refer to a Sage doing penance in the area.
The Sri Siddhi Vinayakar Temple is here.
Sulthankada is located 1km northeast of Chittampara.
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