A huge number of lovers inundated in petitions conveying wooden crosses of ious sizes and wandering up a slope, an entire town getting decked up and preparing itself to welcome these travelers. This striking sight can be seen at the St. Thomas Church situated at Malayattoor when it gives testimony regarding Malayattoor Perunnal. Celebrated in the period of April, Malayattoor Perunnal or the Malayattoor Feast falls on the Sunday after Easter.
It is trusted that St. Thomas, one of the ten witnesses of Jesus Christ, had arrived on the Kerala drift at Muziris, Kodungalloor Port in 52 C.E. that he constructed the Malayattoor Church. It is said that he withdrew to the slopes of Malayattoor and implored. The Golden Cross at Kurishumudi is accepted to have shaped when St. Thomas stooped on a stone and marked a cross with his finger.
Another charming sight at the slope is the lasting impression and the signs of knees engraved on the stone which is accepted to be that of St. Thomas. This slope sanctuary has after some time developed as a standout amongst the most well known and biggest explorer focuses for the sake of St. Thomas in India and a large number of enthusiasts assemble here to get his favors.