Ernakulam ( pronunciation (help·info)) refers to the eastern, mainland portion of the city of Kochi in central Kerala, India. The CBD is the most urban part of Kochi and has lent its name to the Ernakulam district. Ernakulam is called the commercial capital of the state of Kerala. The Kerala High Court, the Office of the Corporation of Kochi and the Cochin Stock Exchange are situated here. The Ernakulam Junction or South Station, Ernakulam Town or North Station and Ernakulam Terminus (now defunct) railway stations of the Indian Railways lies in Ernakulam. Initially, Ernakulam was the headquarters of the Ernakulam District but was later shifted to Kakkanad. Ernakulam was once the capital of the Kingdom of Cochin. It is located 220 kilometres (137 mi) north-west of the state capital Thiruvananthapuram. The city has served as an incubator for many Malayali entrepreneurs and is a major financial and commercial hub of Kerala.
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This is one of the Famous devi temple in Kochin. You can easily reach there by using public transports. There is some crowd but u can enjoy inner peace here.
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Even though i'm a Hindu i believe in the power of St Antony.I've wonderful experiences with this church. My wishes came true when i prayed in this church.Also its a better Resting place too.Tuesday is a special day in church on this day Church will be crowded can see people standing on roadside and praying.Special kanji and appam will be given on tuesday and also malar will be given on all days.Frankly speaking evenMuslims used to came and pray here.I used to light candles on all Tuesdays when i was in Model Technical School Kaloor with my friends.Thank you
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The Edapally Church complex comprises mainly of the old and new holy churches Virgin Mary, Jesus Christ and St. George. The ancient church is said to date back 14 centuries! St. George is one of the most revered saints in Christianity. As the legend goes, he was a roman soldier and military officer in the roman army. Emperor Diocletian ordered his death after he did not renounce his Christian faith and thus became a Christian martyr. Lakhs of people around the world claim St. George as their patron and St. George's Day is celebrated every year throughout the world.
The inside of both the old and new churches are awe inspiring. The sculptures, paintings behind the altar, the angels inside of the churches etc. though breathtaking create a calm and pious surroundings where one can pray and seek the blessings of Mother Mary, Infant Jesus and St. George in peace.
Said to be the biggest pilgrim centre of St. George in Asia it really is a blessed place.
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The Church is named as Vallarpadam Madha (Mother) Church. It is a place of National Importance. Religious minded people can symbolically sweep the courtyard signifying one being a Adima (slave) to Mother Mary. (Brooms are kept handy for this purpose)
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Being a Civil Engineer with specialization in Water Resources Engineering and Management , we visited the famous Bhoothathankettu barrage over the Periyar at Kothamangalam . The capacity and length of the barrage were 169.791Mm3 and 210.92 m respectively .
I heard an interesting mythological story from a local fisherman . A spirit ( in Malayalam - Bhootham ) planned to submerge the Trikkariyoor temple of Lord Shiv by blocking the Periyar river and flooding the area . But Lord Shiv , faked the approaching dawn by a rooster's call . The demons fearing the arrival of light fled the place . We saw the boulders which the demons were supposed to have rolled onto the riverbed, the Old Bhothathankettu . The Periyar flows on through the narrow space which the demons did not quite manage to dam up .
When I asked a local assistant engineer about the legend he told me that there were two gigantic floods , one in the 4th century and the other in 1341 . The massive landslides during the floods caused gigantic rocks to roll down from the mountain and become entrenched in the Old Bhoothathankettu .
We enjoyed the walk over the barrage and clicked the fishing by fishermen .
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Folklore Museum aims to provide art education to the students and helping to provide visual and academic knowledge to the art lovers, researchers and travelers from all over the world. Folklore museum is the only architectural museum in Kerala and the treasure trove of stone, wood and bronze sculptures, ancient terracotta, stone Age objects, jewellery, paintings, oil lamps, musical instruments, tribal and folk art, wood works, utensils, masks and traditional art forms etc. these are around 4000 artifacts from tiny to large size on display. This ethnic museum is the essence of the life and culture of the common man over the past 1000 years.
This place has an impressive array of historic things that are displayed. Unfortunately the displays are very crammed and dusty and could be maintained better. Its though a non government supported location and the entrance fees and donations go towards the preservation of this place.Thank you for reviewing us
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The temple is located in Kaloor, Kochi. It about 15 minutes drive from Lussie junction. The Temple is simple beautiful... typical kerala style architectural temple, with superb wood craving. The best time to visit the temple is the evening. Its simply awesome and divine!!!
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Very neat and clean surrounding with a climate controlled interior. Good place to shop. The movies also a good experience and well maintained. Food court is very elaborate and can accommodate huge volumes of people pouring in.Has almost all brand outlets and enough parking space. Well constructed as well. Though it's huge and biggest shopping mall in India. It gets pretty crowded during weekends and especially during festive seasons.
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This is a very old church with history and stories of "Kadamattathu Kathanar" a priest with magic spells. Read about the stories attached to this Church before visiting.
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