The town of Thiruvalla is home to the legendary Sri Vallabha Temple, also known as the Southern Tirupati,
Parumala is a village on the Pampa River in Kerala, India. The town is located in the Malankara region and was originally a fishing village.
The 127th Maramon Convention begins at the Sandbed of Maramon, with a prayer by the Vicar General, Very Rev. George Mathew,
The temple is adorned with a huge Garuda, which is a vector of Lord Vishnu. It also contains eight-foot-tall statues of Sree Vallabha and Lord Sudarshana Moorthy.
The congregation at St. Mary’s is a vibrant community of Christians, preserving the unbroken tradition of the first apostles.
The temple is one of the oldest Shiva temples in Kerala. It is located about six km from the town of Thiruvalla.