Guruvayoor Industrial Visit

Guruvayoor industrial visit will be an interesting experience, students can have their industrial visit at Thrissur district,Thrissur is known for the power loom industry, the main textile players in the district includes Alagappa Textiles, Kerala Lakshmi Mills, Thrissur Cotton Mills, Rajgopal Textiles   etc. other industrial attraction in the district includes Darlco Cannings ,Kayee Plantations Cannings, Thrissur Dairy,Apollo tyres, Keltron  power devices etc.

The richness of India’s spiritual traditions finds its fullest expression in Guruvayur, one of India’s holiest places. Also spelled Guruvayoor, it is home to amazing five millennium old Guruvayur Shri Krishna Temple, one of the busiest pilgrimage sites in the country. Legend has it that was built by the divine architect Vishwakarma himself.

Dedicated to Lord Vishnu, the idol is made of a rare stone known as Patala Anjana. If you’re anywhere near Guruvayoor in February or March, don’t miss the famous Ulsavam Festival, when you can enjoy great music and dance performances, as well as elephant races and processions

Sights to See

Guruvayoor Sree Krishna Temple
The temple of Lord Krishna is one of the most sacred and important pilgrim centres in Kerala. The deity in the temple is called ‘Gurvayurappan’. The idol of Guruvayoor temple is unique, since it is carved out of “Pathalanjana Sila”, and is considered extremely sacred. The installation and consecration of the idol is believed to have been done by the Celestial Guru, the preceptor of Devas along with Vayu, the God of Wind, hence the name Guruvayoor. It is at this temple that Melpathoor Naryana Bhattithiripad (in the 16th century) composed his renowned Sanskrit devotional poem ‘Narayaneeyam’ as an offering while he was seriously ill.

Museum
There is a museum in the office Annex building at East Nada (east entrance). The museum is kept open from 8.00 am to 8.00pm on all days except Tuesdays and other holidays. Guruvayoor: Located at Kizhakke Nada (east entrance), it functions in the traditional Gurukula system.

Mammiyoor Temple
Many of the devotees who visit the temple also visit the Shiva Temple at Mammiyoor, the abode of Lord Shiva.

Punnathur Kotta
This is the place where the Guruvayoor temple elephants given as offerings by the devotees of the Lord are housed and fed. Visitors are allowed to watch these elephants in the premises. It has more than 50 elephants.

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Industries Enroute

  • Keltron Power Devices
  • Alagappa Textiles
  • Kerala Lakshmi Mills
  • Apollo Tyres Ltd

And many More Industries for more information see state wise list of Industries

Excursions

Gokulam and Vrindavanam Estate (50 km):
Vrindavanam Estate is a 100 acre estate at Vengad in Malapuram District. The estate has cultivation of coconuts, cashew trees etc. along with palm and other vegetation which provides not only cash crops but also feed for the temple elephants and cattle. Besides this, there is a 25 acre plot called Gokulam where cows offered to the Lord by the devotees are maintained.

Ayurvedic Hospital
Rajah Island Ayurvedic Hospital, Orumanayoor PO, Chettuva,
Tel: 0487-2532352/2356/1496, Fax: 2532354,
Email: ayurcenter@ayurveda-in.com, www.ayurvedichospital.com

How would you like to travel?

AIR
Kochi is the nearest airport connected by flights from different cities. Kozhikode is another convenient airport.
RAIL
The railhead at Guruvayoor is connected with Thrissur (Trichur) 29 Km, which in turn is connected with major cities and towns in India.
ROAD
Guruvayoor is connected by good motorable roads to all places in South India.
Guruvayoor is:
  • 173 km from Alappuzha
  • 419 km from Kanniyakumari
  • 108 km from Kochi
  • 169 km from Kottayam
  • 129 km from Kozhikode
  • 230 km from Ooty
  • 95 km from Palakkad
  • 242 km from Thekkady
  • 331 km from Thiruvananthapuram

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