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Oachira Parabrahma Temple
29.01km from Tangasseri Lighthouse
An ancient temple and a Hindu pilgrimage site. The temple is home to Oachirakkali- a famous ritual performed here during June wherein traditional martial arts experts conduct mock-fighting in muddy water. The temple also hosts the festival of cattle, 28 days after Onam- the harvest festival of Kerala. The festival of cattle consists of gigantic idols of bull made of cloth & hay which are then pulled on giant wheels to the Oachira Temple from the sites where they are made.
45.74km from Tangasseri Lighthouse
Kudukkathupara is situated at a height of 850 meters above sea level. It consists of three large rocks out of which you can climb the first two rocks. The tops of the last rock, which is also the tallest is inaccessible. About four districts of Kerala and some parts of the neighbouring Tamil Nadu state can be viewed from the top of the second rock.
55.42km from Tangasseri Lighthouse
Kuttanad is a region that is well known for its vast paddy fields. The region has the lowest altitude in India and is one of the few places in the world where farming is carried on around 1.2 to 3.0 meters (4 to 10 ft) below sea level. It is a major rice producer of Kerala state.
Pathimoonnu Kannara Bridge
58.48km from Tangasseri Lighthouse
The 13 Kannara bridge or 13 Arch Bridge (Pathimoonu Kannara Bridge) is a 108-year-old bridge from the British era consisting of 13 arches. It is a major landmark on the Kollam-Sengottai railway line. The bridge connects two hillocks and stands on thirteen granite pillars each almost a hundred feet tall. The bridge is sandwiched by the Kollam-Thirumangalam National Highway on one side and the River Kazhuthurutti on the other. It is 102.72 meters (337.0 ft) long and 5.18 meters (17.0 ft) tall.
Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple
59.91km from Tangasseri Lighthouse
Ambalapuzha Sree Krishna Temple is a Hindu Temple believed to be built around the 15th-17th century in the typical Kerala Architectural Style. The idol at the temple is of Parthasarathy with a whip in the right hand and a sacred conch in the left. Parthasarathy is a form of Lord Krishna as the charioteer of Arjuna during the Kurukshetra war mentioned in the ancient Hindu epic Mahabharata.