Edakkal Caves

There are two Edakkal Caves, natural rock cut-out formations, formed by a large split in a huge rock roofed over by other large rocks, all fixed in position through natural processes. These caves have been made famous world-wide for their ancient carvings and pictorial wall inscriptions of human and animal figures with peculiar head-dresses and swastik forms and symbols. Archaeologists say the place was one of the earliest centres of human habitation. These caves are seen in the Ambukuthy mountains which is located in between Sulthan Battery and Ambalavayal. The caves contain several paintings and pictorial writings of the New Stone Age civilization which speak volumes of the bygone life and civilization.
-Alwaye Palace -Aranmula -Bekal
-Bolghatty Palace -Cheraman Juma Masjid -Cheruthuruthy
-Edakkal Caves -Guruvayoor (Pilgrim Centre) -Sabarimala(Pilgrim Centre)
-Hill Palace Museum -Jewish Synagogue -Kanakakkunnu Palace
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