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Alappuzha The fascinating land of Alapuzha is a land mark between the broad Arabian sea and a net work of rivers flowing into it. The word Alappuzha is derived from two words, Ala and Puzha.Ala means broad and Puzha is river. Lord Curzon made a visit in the State to Alleppey now Alappuzha in the early first decade of the 20th Century the then Viceroy of the Indian Empire.
Pathiramanal :
According to mythology the enchanting island of (sands of midnight) Pathiramanal is created while a young Brahmin dived into the Vembanadu lake to perform his evening ablutions and the water made way for land to rise from below. This small island on the backwaters is a favorite haunt of hundred of rare migratory birds from different parts of the world. It actually lies between Thaneermukkom and Kumarakom which can be accessed only by boat.

These are wonders of the indigenous agricultural engineering know-how regions of Kerala which reminds the visitor of the famous dikes of Holland. Widespread areas of Land have been reclaimed from the backwaters and are protected by dikes built all around. Cultivation and habitation in this region are made possible four to ten feet below Sea Level. Boat cruise along the Canals surrounding these Kayals is a memorable experience.

Karumadikuttan :
It is a 11th century statue of Lord Buddha with which many fascinating legends are associated.

Kumarakodi :
Kumarakodi located 20 km south of Alappuzha is the rest place of Mahakavi Kumaranasan, one of the greatest poets of modern Kerala. He was known as the P.D Shelly of Malayalam Literature. He brought great changes in literature and could give the clarions call for changing the society also.

Saradha Mandiram, Mavelikkara :
Saradha Mandiram located at Mavelikkara was built by A.R Rajaraja Varma as his residence. He was a great poet and grammarian. Malayalam literature is much indebted to Sri. A.R Thampuran. It has now bought by the State Govt. & kept as his memorial.

Krishnapuram Palace :
Krishnapuram place located at karthikappally in Kayamkulam is famous for its mural depicting the story of Gajendramoksham., This exquisite piece of art is one of the largest murals in Kerala. This prominent palace was built by Marthandavarma which dates back to 18th century. This palace museum houses antique sculptures, paintings and bronzes.

Alappuzha Beach :
The fascinating beach is one of the most popular picnic spots of Alappuzha. There exists a pier over 137 years old, which extends into the sea. Entertainment facilities at the Vijaya Beach Park add to the attractions of the beach. The old light house besides the beach is yet another attraction which greatly fascinates the visitors.

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