town in Kerala, India

Oachira (or Ochira) is a coastal town in Kerala in India.

Free Food for the Poor at Oachira

UnderstandEdit

The palace once under the rulers of Kayamkulam during the times of Marthanda Varma became a part of Travancore kingdom.

Get inEdit

The town lies on the highway NH-47 and lies 100 kilometers north of Trivandrum.

Oachira has a small railway station for regional trains. Express trains stop at Kayamkulam from where it is 10 kilometres by road on the southern side of NH-47.

  • 1 Oachira railway station.    

Get aroundEdit

SeeEdit

  • Prabrahma Temple. Very old temple.
  • Kettukazhcha. Visit during festival times which is March and April.
  • Oachira Kali.
  • Thazhava (near Oachira). Of archaeological interest.

DoEdit

BuyEdit

Local handicrafts and merchandise.

EatEdit

Local fare.

DrinkEdit

Fresh toddy.

SleepEdit

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Go nextEdit

  • Vethalan Kavu Mahadeva Temple (Malayalam: വേതാളൻ കാവ് മഹാദേവ ക്ഷേത്രം) is located at Krishnapuram near Kayamkulam in Alappuzha District, Kerala. It is one of the rarest temples in the world where Lord Siva is worshiped as Vethala. It is about 3 km East of famous Oachira Parabrahma temple.


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