Sri Krishna Temple is a Hindu temple in Alapuzha district of Kerala, in south India. The Sri Krishna Temple is thought to have been constructed for the duration of 15th – 17th AD by means of the local ruler Chembakasserry Pooradam Thirunal-Devanarayanan Thampuran. The idol at Ambalapuzha is likened to Parthasarthi with a whip in the right hand and a Shankhu in the left.
This temple is without delay related to the Guruvayoor Sree Krishna Temple. During the raids of Tipu Sultan in 1789, the idol of Sri Krishna from the Guruvayoor Temple become delivered to the Ambalappuzha Temple for secure maintaining. It stored thoroughly for 12 years. The payasam served within the Ambalappuzha Temple is famous among Hindu devotees. This sweet pudding fabricated from rice and milk has an thrilling mythological legend in the back of it. It is thought that Guruvayoorappan reaches right here each day on the time of Palpayasa Nedyam to have it. This is very non secular region.