Ayyappa temple is the prime attraction in Sabarimala. A temple dedicated to Malikapurathamma Devi is placed on the left side of the Ayyappa temple. It is believed that the temple layout was thought out by Lord Ayyappa himself. Lord Ayyappa also known as Manikantan is believed to be son of Lord Shiva...
Makaravilakku is the annual festival held at Sabarimala, which attracts over half a million pilgrims each year. On the auspicious day of Makaravilakku day (Januray 14) a Jewel Casket is brought from the Pandalam Palace and the Ayyappa Idol is adorned with these regal jewels. Symbolical of the festiv...
Malikappurathamma temple is located on a small hillock on the left hand side of Lord Ayyappa temple. A short two minute walk from the Ayyappa temple, the Malikappurathamma temple has many mythological stories about the relationship between Lord Ayyappan and Devi Malikapurathamma.
The most import...
This shrine dedicated to Vavaru Swamy, a Muslim saint, in Sabarimala, is a true representation of religious harmony in the region. There are many legends related to him, one of them say that he was a pirate who reached the shores of Kerala, & got into a battle with Lord Ayyappa. After his defeat, he...
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Sabarimala Weather in January
Temperature varies from 21 to 32°C in January.
Weather during this month is pleasant and moderately cold. Beautiful days with sunshine and on an average January days are not affected by foggy conditions. The climate is perfect for pilgrimage visit. Makaravilakku festival is celebrated in this month.
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