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What are the Sightseeing Highlights of Pathanamthitta? Post Posted: Fri Apr 30, 2010 3:47 pm 
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What are the Sightseeing Highlights of Pathanamthitta?

the ghats and forests
Aranmula place - traditional picturesque village and is well-known for so many specialized handicrafts.
Charalkunnu place - which offers panoramic views of the river.
Kakki Reservoir and it's wildlife sanctuary
The churches and Mosques
Thekekudi cave temple in Kaviyoor which is built on the 8th century .
the Western Ghats and surrounded by hills - stretches of forests, rivers and rural landscapes.
many fairs and festivals.
plantations and spice farms.
three west flowing rivers - Pamba, Manimala and Achankovil
wild life and bird sanctuary.
Sabarimala - pilgrimage centres for Hindus - dedicated to Lord Ayyappan.

 
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Some of the important sightseeing that you can see on Pathanamthitta are

• Sabarimala - A temple located in the hill named Sabarimala which is in Pathanamthitta, Kerala. This temple is surrounded by thick forest which is having leopards, elephants and other wild animals . A river flowing through Pathanamthitta called Pamba is very important to Hindus. Lord Ayappa is the God of Sabarimala Temple. During their pilgrimage devotees of Lord Ayappa offer prayers to Vavar (a Muslim believed to be the greatest friend of Lord Ayyappa) which is a practice upholding perfect communal harmony between the religious communities Hindus and Muslims of Kerala.

• Aranmula Kannadi - it is the name of a mirror that is distinct & unique to Aranmula place in Kerala, India. A 45 centimeters tall Aranmula Kannadi is protected as a rare item in the British Museum in London.

• Adivasis - few settlements of tribal origin called Adivasis (Tribes) still exist in the forests of Patthanamthitta. These Adivasi settlements are near to the places called Thanithoddu and Chittar in Patthanamthitta.

 
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