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Aesthetic taste of human mind is to enjoy artefacts and cultural exercises. While mind becomes pleasant, all vital organs get ready for normal functioning. Keeping this principle in mind,we arrange all kinds of traditional art forms of Kerala.

VALLAMKALI (BOAT RACE)

Vallamkali or the Snake Boat Race is the most enchanting facet of the festival of Onam. The event is promoted as a major tourist attraction of the state of Kerala and draws a large number of domestic and international tourists. Vallamkali has been going on for good number of years and its popularity is soaring with each passing year. Much credit for the success of Snake Boat Race can be attributed to Pandit Jawahar Lal Nehru who was so enamoured by this colourful event that he instituted a trophy for the race.

PUNNATHUR KOTTA

Punnathur Kotta (Annakotta), near Guruvayur, which is 30 kms away from of Asramam in Thrissur District of Kerala is famous for the Elephant Sanctuary. This place is only 3 kms from Guruvayur temple where elephants are trained for temple purposes. Here right now more than 60 elephants are kept.

THRISSUR POORAM

A very old kerala model extravaganza organized with innumerable caparisoned elephants once In a year under the auspice of Vadakumnatha Temple in Thrissur.

CHERAI MUNAKKAL BEACHES

These are the best naturally gifted beaches of Kerala. The long clean golden beaches with the calm serene backwaters on the other side and the land filled with coconut trees In between make these beaches very unique.

'Once a tourist in Cheral is always a tourist'. Cherai beach, one of the best beaches of Kerala, is just 19 kms away from P.N.Ayurvedasramam and Munakkal beach is 4 kms away from our Asramam.

PERIYAR

Periyar, a beautiful river and second largest in the state is the life line of Kerala. A trip down the river and its silken-smooth sand-banks will be one of the most memorable experiences in any one's life. The history of Aluva brings to the picture the history of Periyar. The presence of the river has given state one of the most exquisite culture as could be compared to any part of the country.

ATHIRAPPILLY

Athirappilly is famous among tourists. Athirappilly water fall is one of the best places in Kerala.

KODUNGALLOR BAGAVATHY TEMPLE

The reigning deity of Kodungallur, the legend, is none other than Kannaki - who set fire to the whole city of Madura to take revenge on the Chera King who put to death her innocent husband. Kannaki left Madhura and settled herself at Kodungallur.

MARTHOMA CHURCH

Azhikode - the place where St.Thomas set foot on Indian Land first in AD 52 is very near to P.N. Ayurvedasramam. Marthoma Church is one of the renowned pilgrim centres in Kerala. It's one of the famous devotional places in kerala

CHERAMAN JUMA MASJID

The Cheraman Juma Masjid at Kodungallur is believed to be one of the oldest mosques in the world and the first Masjid in India, Estd: 629 AD. It retains the glory of the ancient Islamic heritage. It's one of the famous devotional places in kerala

MUZIRIS

Muziriz is an ancient port town in little Kerala, still holds a kind of beauty i.e. filled with history and culture. Kodungallur region forms a part of the Muziriz heritage tourism circuit between North paravur and Kodungallur in Kerala. What this old port town dishes out to us along with history and culture are the reminiscence of its past glory, still observable in features like place, name, architecture diet etc.

The market places bounded by backwaters and canals start moving backwards towards the architectural beauties of the past. Muziriz welcomes you to the cape of trade culture, left behind by its ancestors from around the world, to the waves of Azhikode where Christianity first entered India, to the Cheraman Mosque. which gave out the first muslim call for prayers, to the Bharani festival at the Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple. to the original culture of the Jewish synagogue, to the village where handlooms spin thinks of heritage, to the Pallum Palace and to the old waterways that led one to Muziris. Today, this region is dotted with numerous monuments of a bygone era that conjure up a vast and vivid past.