On the banks of the Pamba River lies a sublime structure that is frequently contrasted with the medieval behemoths that embellish Europe's scene. The Edathua Church is acclaimed for its basic ability and is an image of God's Own Country's design legacy. Worked in 1810, it was committed to St. George and attracts substantial group for its yearly Perunnal celebration.
This blissful occasion happens between 27th April and seventh May each year, and is praised with much pageantry and flare. A statue of the holy person, decked in gold, drives a parade that finishes at the Basilica itself. Petitions are offered as the scene is peppered with a large number of social fetes and dining experiences.