Karumadikkuttan is a famous Buddhist pilgrim centre in Karumady, Ambalapuzha. This place is an excellent place for Buddhists to visit and offer prayers. The Karumadikkuttan is an ancient temple and a pilgrim centre that is situated on the bank of river Pampa. The temple is believed to be one of the 108 sacred places of Lord Buddha. This place is an excellent place for Buddhists to visit and offer prayers. People who are on a spiritual journey can also offer prayers here.
The temple was consecrated in the year 1260 by the Travancore King Kulashekhara, who was himself a follower of the Vaishnavite tradition. The temple is open for pilgrims and visitors from 6 am to 12 pm and from 9am to 5 pm. Karumadikkuttan is a renowned Buddhist pilgrim centre in Karumady, Ambalapuzha. Pilgrims from across the country come to visit the Buddhist temple and its iconic carvings. One of the most notable features of the temple is the long, stone carved columns that bear resemblance to the Buddha’s urn.