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Looking for details about Karumadi Kuttan? This Guide will provide you the information about Karumadi.
Karumadi located in the Alappuzha district of Kerala, the place is located at a distance of 3 KM (east) from Ambalappuzha. The place is famous for an 11th century statue of Budhha in black granite. The left side of the statue is missing and the statue is revered by the people of all religions across the globe especially by the Buddhists. The statue is famous by the name of Karumadi Kuttan which means the ‘boy from Karumadi’. Apart from the statue, the rustic beauty of the place makes it a must visit place.
There are lot of other places around Karumadi to visit with friends and family. Kuttanad, Muppalam, Light House, Sea View Park, Champakulam and Vijaya Beach Park are some of those. The place is flocked by archaeologists and historians all round the year and was even visited by Dalai Lama in 1965.
How to Reach
The Karumadi temple can be reached by train from the Ambalappuzha Railway Station which is at a distance of 4 KM from the temple. The Cochin International Airport is located at a distance of 101 KM. Local people can reach the temple via private or hired conveyance.
Apart from the Karumadi Kuttan there are a lot of other places to be explored in the nearby region such as Kuttanad, Muppalam, Light House, Sea View Park, Champakulam and Vijaya Beach Park. Other places of tourist interest in Alleppey can also be visited while touring Karamudi.
Timings & Season
The Karamudi Kuttan can be visited in all the seasons of the year. The temple is open on all days from 11.30 am to 3.30 pm except on Mondays. The temple remains open in almost all the seasons of the year.