KSRTC Bus From Cherthala – Ernakulam To Palani

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Palani is home to one of the most sacred shrines of the God Subrahmanyan, as worshipped in the Hindu cult of Koumaram. The Dhandayudhapani Temple dedicated to Lord Murugan, and regarded one of his Arupadai Veedu (Six Battle Camps), is situated here. The temple situated atop the Sivagiri is small but attracts a flood of devotees from all over the country.

The Kerala state road transport corporation is running a Super Fast bus from Cherthala to Palani via Ernakulam, Thrissur, Palakkad and Pollachi. Devotees from the above mentioned area can make use of this bus, as it is very convenient and cheaper for public.

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Comments

  1. @ Anson, Ernakulam Bangalore is running with single driver, so do you think that Cherthala palani will be having two?

  2. oh…….
    vkm-palani service is a frequently-asking service
    new interstate permits are not at all easy to get…
    so please extend this service to vaikom as vkm-cherthala-ekm-palani
    @bhakthan
    there is no enough time to rest the crews in palani

  3. Why you have not operate the buses from sengottai / tenkasi of Tirunelveli to kannanur via punalur kollam and other main routes. If yu operate the buses it will very useful to north kerala people to go nellai tuticorin and sivakasi very easily. please consider. Thanks

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