Kottayam to Bharananganam

Kottayam to Bharananganam tour takes the tourists to one of the oldest churches where the mortal remains of Saint Alphonsa is preserved. Sister Alphonsa was a prominent saint of the Catholics, who lived between 1916 AD and 1946 AD.
Her remains are carefully preserved in a chapel that lies next to the St. Mary's Church. This church is nearly hundred years old and exhibits a beautiful grotto of Mother Mary.

Every year on 28th July, the death anniversary of Sr Alphonso is observed in the church of Bharananganam religiously. Followers of Christian faith from all over Kerala and also from other Indian states frequently visit this historical church of Bharananganam. Being situated on the Kottayam - Erattupetta route, Bharananganam is an important Christian pilgrimage.

Weekend tours from Kottayam to Bharananganam are common among the leisure travelers. Bharanangam is located 5 kilometers east of Palai which is on the Kottayam-Erattupett Road of Kerala. Regular buses ply from Kottayam to Bharananganam . They are the easiest mode of public transport to reach the destination. Apart from Indian tourists, several foreign visitors are also found exploring the natural splendor of Bharananganam town. Various travel agents and agencies of Kottayam organize weekends tours to Bharananganam., located just 5 kilometers from Kottyam. Tourists enjoy the beautiful views on their trip from Kottayam to Bharananganam.

Last Updated on 05 May 2011



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