Athirapilly road, Pariyaram, Kerala 680724, India
About Charpa Waterfalls
Located in the Athirappilly panchayath in Thrissur district of Kerala
Attractions near Charpa Waterfalls
A horizontal waterfall with a rocky bed surrounded by green forests.
Most famous waterfall in Kerala nicknamed as the Niagra of India.
The mini zoo housing elephants and deers.
A rural village with a check dam, hanging bridge, and a nice little park. You can bath in the river waters here after visiting the majestic Athirappilly waterfalls of Kerala.
Located in the Periyar river, the water here is forced to flow through narrow crevices in large rocks creating a turbulent water flow. The turbulence cant be seen from the surface.
Bhoothathankettu means "Fort created by monsters". The legend is that monsters planned to submerge a Shiva temple nearby by making a dam in the area. Their plan was deterred by Lord Shiva by faking approaching dawn, thereby causing the monsters to runaway fearing the arrival of light. The demons were supposed to roll the large boulders seen in the area to the river bed creating the dam.
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Thrissur is the cultural capital of Kerala situated in the central part of the state