How to reach Ernakulam Mahadeva Temple

The city of Kerala reveals the mesmerizing personality of its commercial capital city, Ernakulam. Situated on the north eastern side of Thiruvananthapuram, this city is considered to the commercial and the financial epitome of Kerala. The culture of Ernakulam depicts the spirit of belongings which magnetizes tourists from all pockets of the world.

Historically coated temples, vintage churches and the heavenly ambience of the place soaks itself with charisma and elegance, redefining beauty with a beautiful essence. This place is also ranked the highest in the popularity list for its splendid and extraordinary tourist attractions.

Ernakulam Mahadeva Temple is one of the most sought after ancient Lord Shiva temple in this region. The temple is marked with Shivarathri festival with grand manner with religious enthusiasm and spirit. A huge number of devotees and pilgrims visit this temple on all auspicious days related to Lord Shiva.

By Road: Keeping in mind to visit Ernakulam between July to September, this place proves to be the most convenient in terms of commutation facilities. Daily bus services are available to the tourists and commuters to connect the people from the Willingdon Island which bridges and connects to Ernakulam and its linked places.

By Rail: Parashuram, Cannanore and Netravati express trains are considered to be the ideal commuting trains to the Ernakulam town and junctions.

By Air: Cochin International Airport situated at Nedumbassery connects to the city of Ernakulam from places like Mumbai, Chennai, Delhi, Colombo and many other places. This airport even connects to Goa twice a week and also to Coimbatore thrice a week.

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