Sabarimala Periya Pathai Opening Dates 2019


Sabarimala Periya Pathai Opening Dates 2019

The Periya Pathai is said to be the path taken by Lord Ayyappa to kill Mahishi and also the path taken by King Rajashekara to have a visit to Sabarimala after the consecration of the holy shrine at Sabarimala. It is also known as the long route or traditional path

The nearest railway station to Erumeli is Kottayam or Chengannur.  The nearest airports are at Cochin and Trivandrum. Devotees can then take a bus or car to reach Erumeli.  The chart below describes the Periyapathai yatra route from Erumeli to Sabarimala which goes through Perurthodu, Mukkuzhi, Kottapadi, Arasumudikota, Kaalaketti, Irumpunnikara, Azhuthamedu, Kallidaamkunnu, Inchipaarakotta, Karivalanthodu, Karimala, Valiyaanavattam, Cheriyaanavattam, Pamba River, Neelimala, Appachimedu, Sabaripeedam, and Saramkuthi. There is a brief description of all the milestones during the Yatra are as follows.

FROM

TO

TERRAIN

APPROX. DISTANCE

Erumeli Perur Thodu Tar Road 3.2 km
Perur Thodu Top of 2nd Hill enroute Kalaketti (via Kottapadi, Irumpunikkara) Hilly 3.5 km
Top of 2nd Hill enroute Kalaketty Kalaketti (via Arasumudikota) Plains 7.0 km
Kalaketti Kallidumkunnu and Injippara kota (via Azhutha river and Azuthamedu) Steep Hill 5.5 km
Kallidumkunnu Mukkuzhi Downhill 3.5 km
Mukkuzhi Karivalanthodu Ups/Downs 8.0 km
Karivalanthodu Karimala Peak Steep Hill 5.0 km
Karimala Peak Periyanavattam Downhill 4.75 km
Periyanavattam Cheriyanavattam/Pamba Plains 2.75 km
Pamba Sabari Peedam (Neelimala, Appachi Medu) Steep Hill 2.75 km
Sabari Peedam Saramkuthi, Sannidhaanam Plains 3.75 km

It will open on 14 January 2019 onwards.

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