Thrissur- Kudakkallu


While staying at the cultural capital of Kerela, the Thrissur- Kudakkallu tour can serve an ideal short sight seeing trip. Thrissur, which is also known as Trichur, is a famous destination for tourism in the southern state of Kerela.
The place has a good number of sight seeing attractions in the close proximity. Thrissur is situated in the center of Kerela and tourists throng the place almost all the year. One of the popular sight seeing destinations is Kudakkallu.

Kudakkallu is very close to the town of Thrissur. It is only at a negligible distance of one km from a place called Kunnamkulam, which is a city and also a municipality in the district of Thrissur. It will hardly take ten to fifteen minutes to drive from Thrissur to Kudakkallu.

Kudakkallu is a famous tourist spot that is full of a special kind of rock, known as umbrella rocks. These rocks of Chiramanangad have a long history that dates back to more than 4000 years. In the olden days aristocratic people were cremated here and umbrella shaped rocks were put on top as memoir-stones.



Last Updated on 15/06/2013

     


     

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