Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Top 5 Famous Mosques in Kerala


Have you ever explored the mosques in Kerala? If not, you must visit them once at least in your life. For making the tour of this destination easy, comfortable and convenient, Kerala tour packages are specially designed by ARV Holidays, one of the leading tour and travel operators of India.

Top 5 Mosques in Kerala

Boasting of being home to the first mosque ever built in India, Kerala has several charming mosques. Most of them are counted among the famous tourist attractions of this beach destination. Here, I have enlisted the top 5 mosques in this destination.   

Beemapally Mosque


Nestled at Beemapally in the outskirts of the Thiruvananthapuram city, the Beemapally Mosque, which is renowned for the annual Urus, is counted among the most famous pilgrim spots for Muslims. Regarded as one of the most beautiful mosques in India, this mosque is regarded as one of the top points of interest in Kerala.

Erumeli Vavar Mosque


Being a renowned sacred place for both the Muslims and Hindu people, the Erumeli Vavar Mosque, which is situated at Erumeli in the Kottayam district of the southern Indian state of Kerala, is the mosque, which was named after Vavar, said to be a friend of Lord Ayyappa.

Cheraman Perumal Juma Mosque


Situated at the Methala village in the Kodungallur Taluk in the Thrissur district in the southern Indian state of Kerala, the Cheraman Perumal Juma Mosque, which was erected in 629 A.D., is the first mosque in India. Named after the King Cheraman Perumal, this most ancient Indian mosque, which faces the east, unlike the most other mosques that face west symbolically towards Mecca, was constructed by Malik Deenar, an Arab propagator of Islam and a follower and contemporary of Islamic Prophet Muhammad. 

Malik Ibn Dinar Mosque


Named after a well-famous Arabian Islam missionary Malik Ibn Dinar and also erected by him in 642 A.D., the Malik Ibn Dinar Mosque, which is perched at Thalangara in the Kasargod district, is counted among the most visited mosques in Kerala. As per the saying of some people, the flooring of this mosque has been built of marble brought from Mecca by Malik Ibn Dinar.

Central Mahallu Jamaath


Situated in the center of Kavumkara, the Central Mahallu Jama’ath (CMJ), which aims at purging diseases, poverty and helping helpless and poor people, is a Juma Masjid in Kerala. This mosque is counted among the top mosques in Kerala.




Conclusion

In this way, we can justly say that Kerala is the right destination to visit the beautiful mosques. If you are also willing to the perennial destination of Kerala, you can book Kerala Tour Packages from Delhi. Being affordable to the budget for all types of people, all of these tour packages can also be customized as per the desire of the clients. So, now do not get late in thinking in vain and get quickly prepared to go to this destination to explore the fine architecture of the mosques in Kerala.


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