Triprayar

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Triprayar
തൃപ്രയാർ
Town
Sri Rama temple at Triprayar
Sri Rama temple at Triprayar
Triprayar is located in Kerala
Triprayar
Triprayar
Location in Kerala, India
Coordinates: 10°24′49″N 76°06′47″E / 10.4136°N 76.1131°E / 10.4136; 76.1131Coordinates: 10°24′49″N 76°06′47″E / 10.4136°N 76.1131°E / 10.4136; 76.1131
Country  India
State Kerala
District Thrissur District
Languages
 • Official Malayalam, English
Time zone IST (UTC+5:30)
PIN 680566
Telephone code 0487*******
Vehicle registration KL-8
Nearest city Thrissur city

Thriprayar is a town in Thrissur District of Kerala, India. It is famous for the Thriprayar Temple.

History[edit]

The Thriprayar Temple was originally under the domain of the Zamorins, rulers of Calicut. It later came under the possession of the Dutch, then Mysore Sultans and the rulers of Cochin. Now it is one of the several temples governed by Cochin Devaswom Board.

Geography[edit]

The town is centered on the Sree Rama Temple (Thriprayar Temple) Triprayar is about 23 km away from Guruvayoor Sri Krishna temple and 30 km away from Irinjalakuda temple, Kodungallur temple is 24 km away. The nearest railhead is Thrissur, 22 km east of the temple.

Tourist attractions[edit]

  • Kumaranelloor temple
  • Nattika beach
  • Kizhakke Nada Ambala Kadavu
  • Kothakulam Arappa
  • Hanging Bridge, Chemmappilly
  • Aneswaram Siva Temple, Chemmappilly
  • Sreeraman chira, Chemmappilly(Where Sethubandhan occurs in every year in Memory of those in RAMAYAN)
  • Kakkanatt temple valapad beach
  • St. Jude Church Nattika

Educational Institutions[edit]

Villages and suburbs[edit]

  • Thalikulam
  • Nattika
  • Valapad Chandapady
  • Kothakulam
  • Muriyamthode
  • Chemmappilly
  • Peringottukara
  • Edamuttam
  • Kazhimbram
  • kizhake Nada

Festivals[edit]

  • Thriprayar Ekadeshi
  • Peringottukara Pooram
  • Edamuttam Pooyam
  • Palappety Aswathi Vela
  • Aanavizhungi Pooram
  • Sethubandhan in Sreeraman chira (memory of Sreerama's sethubandhan)
  • Arayam parampu pooram and vilakku maholsavam (GREEN PARK CLUB)

See also[edit]

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