Welcome to Thrissur

Thrissur is not far from Kochi, but not on the coast, but a little inland. At first you thought it was a small town like Hampi, famous for its temple and the annual Puram festival. But then it turned out that it was a big and rather developed city. Kerala in general can surprise you after Karnataka and Tamil Nadu with cleaner streets, an abundance of expensive advertising, a European design, and other necessary institutions. In general, the state looks much more civilized than its neighbors. This is somehow not very combined with the association "communism-scoop", in Kerala it seems that the Communist Party still rules. And in Thrissur, you could be soaped out with the intention of settling in it a week before May 3rd and wait on that day for that same Puram - the spring festival of elephants. The action promised to be grand, they planned to settle closer to the main temple and, possibly, shoot everything from the roof.

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Information About Thrissur

Thrissur is a city in the south Indian state of Kerala. It's known for sacred sites and colorful festivals. In the center is Vadakkumnathan Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva and adorned with murals. The ornate, Indo-Gothic Our Lady of Dolours Basilica is nearby. To the north, Thiruvambady Temple is home to several elephants. Sakthan Thampuran Palace houses an archaeology museum with bronze statues and ancient coins....

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Winter from December – February: The weather is extremely pleasant, and the weather makes it an ideal time for sightseeing. During this time, the temperature usually ranges between 22 to 30 degrees Celcius.Monsoon from June – September: Consider

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