(Last Updated on : 05/07/2019)
Statue of Parashurama in Kerala
is the tallest statue of the Lord. It is located at Mangomeadows Agricultural Theme Park in Kaduthuruthy. This statue is 30 feet in height. Parashurama
is the sixth avatar of Lord Vishnu
. He is one of the cheeranjivs (immortal) of Hinduism
who lived in the Treta Yuga
and Dwapara Yuga
. Parashurama is also known as the father of Kalarippayattu
Mythological History of Kerala
According to the Hindu mythology
, Kerala was created by Parashurama. He threw his axe from Gokarna
, which is near Karwar
. The sea on the direction of the axe moved out and the land was formed. It was 160 katam (an old measure) of land lying between Gokarnam and Kanyakumari
Visiting Information to Parashurama Statue of Kerala
Mulanturutti Railway Station
and Cochin International Airport
are the nearest to visit this statue.
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