Karumadikkuttan is a noteworthy Buddhist visitor spots in Kerala. It is an old statue of Buddha, made of dark rock stone and accepted to have been etched by Buddhist priests going by Alleppey around the ninth to fourteenth hundreds of years AD. The statue is accepted to have mending forces and it is an effective backbone of Buddhism in the area. Because of these joined components, the antiquated statue draws a great deal of group.
Tragically, just a large portion of a side of the statue is in place. Nearby gossipy tidbits propose that the other half was broken when an elephant kept running into it. Regardless, the significance of the statue is with the end goal that it is under the care and security of the Archeological Survey of India. It is situated in a little town, a few kilometers from Ambalappuzha which makes it advantageous to reach. As it is open throughout the day and night for travelers, you can without much of a stretch arrangement a trek.