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Changanacherry has always been regarded as a confluence of communal harmony. It has a rich history and cultural heritage. We, the people of Changanacherry take pride in the fact that, our glorious town has given birth to south luminaries as Ulloor. S.Parameswara Iyer. A.R.Rajaraja Varma, Kerala Varma Valiya Koithampuran and Mannathu Padmanabhan. It has also been consecrated by the footprints of Mahatma Gandhi and Sree Narayana Guru. Besides, being the headquarters of the Nair Service Society is also located here. Changanacherry is also the nerve centre of the Christians and the Muslims. Changanacherry Market, which was inaugurated by Veluthampi Dalawa in 1805, is a very important Commercial Centre in Kerala. Changanacherry is on the Southern border of Kottayam District.

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Perunna Subrahmaniya Swami Temple

Perunna Subrahmanya Swami temple is a Hindu temple located in Changanacherry. The deity of the temple is Murugan one of the three sons of Lord Shiva. This is the first temple in Kerala which was opened to all Hindus (irrespective of the caste), as per the order of Chithira Thirunal Balarama Varma of Travancore kingdom

Puthur palli Juma masjid

Chandanakudam festival - a two-day festival held in Changanacherry Puthur Juma Masjid with much pomp and splendor.This annual festival celebrated in the month of December, is celebrated by people belongs to all caste and creed.

St. Marys Metropolitan cathredral Church

The local Christian community in and around Changanachery inherits its faith directly from St. Thomas the Apostle, who formed a Christian community of faithful, centered on Niranam in the 1st century. The first church in Changanachery was established in 1177. The plot of land for the church was donated by the local Hindu king of Thekkumkoor. The current church is the fourth one in its place. The church was reconstructed and consecrated in 1887.The cathedral is ornamented with ancient Hindu temple carvings.