Sreevallabha Temple

Sreevallabha Temple

This is an ancient temple, enshrining Sree Vallabha at Tiruvalla near Pathanamthitta(DIST). It has been glorified by the tamil hymns of Tirumangaialwar and Nammalwar of the 1st millennium CE. The plinth and the wall of this temple are of granite while the rest of the structure is of timber and sheet roof. The shrine has a vritta (circular) vimanam. Carvings of Dakshinamurthy and Shiva - Yogiswara are seen in this temple. In front of the sanctum are a namaskaramandapam, a mukhamandapam a gopuradwaram and an agramandapam. There is a subshrine to Vishwaksena, in the north east corner of the inner prakaram, facing south.


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How to Reach

Situated 750 meters south to Ramapuram vegetable market and 500 metres south to Kavumbhagom junction on Thiruvalla-Ambalappuzha state highway (SH-12), Sreevallabha temple is just 2.5 km away from Thiruvalla railway station and 2 km from KSRTC bus stand. Both KSRTC and private bus services are available frequently. Auto-taxi services are also available.


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Municipal Stadium, Kizhakummuri, Thiruvalla, Kerala 689102

0469 270 0191