Alappuzha – Messyduniya

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Temples & Religious Places Crops Offices & Industries Schools Colleges Festivals Places Around Transportation Facts Important Contacts Temples & Religious Places 1. Mullakkal Temple The temple is also known as Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple, and Mullakkal Bhagwati Temple. The temple is accessible for devotes from all castes and religions. Positioned on one of the main streets of Alleppey, “Mullakkal theruvu”, Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple is structured in old Kerala architectural style. Being surrounded by well-maintained wall and a beautiful pond inside, the premises has plenty of trees and jasmine plants (after which the place may have been named, since ‘mullai’ in Tamil and ‘mulla’ in Malayalam mean jasmine). 2. Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple The Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is believed to have

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Alappuzha

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