Haripad Subramanya Temple

Danapadi, Haripad, Kerala 690514 Phone: 0479 241 0690 haripadtemple.org


Haripad  is a town in  Alappuzha District , Kerala,  India  located between  Alappuzha  and  Kollam  on  National Highway 47 . Haripad is close to the Arabian Sea  and connects  Mavelikkara  and  Thrikkunnappuzha . There are eighteen Hindu temples there and more than 30 more in the surrounding countryside. The most famous temples are  Subrahmanya Swami Temple  and the  Mannarashala Nagaraja Temple . The first Sri Ramakrishna Asrama in the state of Kerala was established at Pilapuzha in Haripad on 4 May 1913. It's the land of "Mayura Sandesa", the land of snake boats and the land of music, dance and drama. According to colonial Dutch Governor  Gollanez  the sea coast between Quilon and Purakkad which the Dutch called 'Martha" and which region was known as Karthikappally (of which Haripad was a part) consisted of two regions or nation states, Karnoppally (the present  Karunagapally ) and Karimpali.

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