The Glass Temple is situated on a slope of the Vellarimala hill
in Koottamunda, 20 km from Kalpetta. This temple is dedicated to
Paraswanatha swami of the Jain faith. The mirrors inside the temple
walls reflect in thousands of beautiful pattern the images of the
icons in the temple's sanctum sanctorum.
Jain Temples at Panamaram
These ruined Jain Temples are situated within 5 kms northeast of
Pallikunnu Church is 12 kms north of Kalpetta. The annual festival
is celebrated in the month of January.
Puliyar Mala Jain Temple
It is 5 kms north of Kalpetta. This temple is devoted for Anantha
Natha Swami, one of the saints of Jain faith.
Sulthan Bathery Jain Temple
It is generally known as Tippu's Fort and situated at Sulthan Bathery
town. Tippu used this temple as the Battery of his army.
Thirunelly "Kasi of the south" is just 32 kms from Mananthavady.
The backdrop of Brahma-giri hills lends an idyllic charm to Thirunelly.
One would marvel at the magnitude of the labour involved in the
construction of the shrine shielded with 30 granite columns and
the ground paved with huge square shaped granites. Near the temple
is the "Papanasini", whose waters, according to religious
belief can wash one's sins.
15 kms south east of Kalpetta, this 300-year-old mosque is the oldest
Valliyoorkkavu Temple is situated 3 kms east of Mananthavadi, this
temple, dedicated to Goddess Durga. This shrine is very popular
among the tribal communities of the district. The ten-day annual
festival, which falls in April, is celebration time for the tribals.