Alleppey - Ambalappuzha Krishna Temple

Alleppey - Ambalappuzha Krishna Temple

Regarded as the Dwaraka of the South, the Ambalappuzha Krishna Temple is one of the oldest temples in Kerala. The Ambalappuzha temple, built during 15-17 AD by Sri. Devanarayan, the ruler of chempakasherri is the most gifted tourist and pilgrim centre in Kerala. Parthasarathy, with a whip in the right hand and a Shankhu (sacred conch) in the left, is the presiding deity of the temple. Ambalappuzha Krishna Temple is well-known for its delicious sweet pudding which is made of rice and milk, often called as Pal Payasam. It is believed that Lord Krishna (Guruvayurappan) visit this temple daily at the time of Pal Payasa Nedyam to have it

Best Time to Visit Entry Time Visiting Hours Entrance Fee
Throughout the year 3:00 AM - 12:00 PM.5:00 PM - 8:00 PM 1 to 2 Hrs. No

Availability of Guides :-

No necessity of guidese

Shopping; :-

Small shops are available.


Religious activities.


No adventure activities


Spend some quality time in prayer at the temple.

Famous for:-

Religious, Ambalappuzha Paal Payasam

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