Ayyappanmudi, the serene temple at the hill top is situated near Kothamangalam in Ernakulam District of Kerala. The royal route of Kochi – Dhanushkodi passes through this place.
Temple at Hill Top
Ayyappanmudi, the serene temple is situated at the at the hill top of Ayyappan mudi. It is a solace to thousands of worshipers in and around Chembikkodu and the near vicinity.
The legend says, the rice ball for Lord Ayyappa is transformed into a rock and is still fascinating to see it stays in absolute balance at the hill top.
Temple Opening Day and Time
The temple on Ayyappan mudi Hill Top is open to devotees only on the First Saturday of Every Malayalam Month.
Timing : Morning 06.30 – 10.30
Ayyappanmudi Temple Contact Number
Devotees can contact for Puja Offerings, and other temple related information only.
Contact 01: +91 85476 99458
Contact 02: +91 98468 27260
Ayyappan mudi – Weekend Destination
Ayyappan mudi (Mount Ayyappa) serene hill top situated in Ernakulam dist. 8 Km from Kothamangalam en-route to Thattekkad.
Ayyappan mudi, a rocky hillock which got its name from the Lord Ayappa temple that is situated at the top. The lone temple and the beautiful scenery on top gives a calming effect after the trek.
Ayyappan mudi Hill and Trecking
Ayyappanmudi is very near to Bhoothathankettu and it is poised to be one of the main tourist attractions of Kothamangalam. Ayyappan mudi is a small hill with good trekking track. Tourism dept is promoting this place with very good infrastructure visualising the tourism potential of this place.
Ayyappan mudi Scenic Beauty
The view from the hill top is magnificent. Almost 100 kms around the area can seen from the top of the hill. The mesmerising areial view of Ernakulam district with lush greenery creates an everlasting impression and answer on why Kerala is known as God’s own country.
Distance from Kothamangalam – Ernakulam
8 Km from Kothamangalam en-route to Thattekkad. Please get down at Keerampara junction and ask anyone the route to Ayyapan mudi. It is hardly 2 km from Keerampara.
Ayyappan mudi Photos
Aerial Photography: Chinju V B