Sri Vallabha Temple is at a separation of 35 Kms from Alappuzha and 33 kms from Pathanamthitta, this is situated close Thiruvalla town 4 Kms in Pathanamthitta area. This antiquated temple committed to Lord Vishnu is one among the 108 Diva Kshetrams in India.
This temple is worked in commonplace Kerala style of sanctuary engineering with fine carvings and wall paintings. The inward sanctum of the temple houses a 6 feet tall icon of Maha Vishnu. The banner staff of the sanctuary is made out of rock and it is around 50 feet tall. A 3 feet symbol of Garuda the hawk vehicle of Lord Vishnu is introduced over the flagstaff.
This temple is celebrated for the conventional Kathakali exhibitions relatively consistently and it is maybe the main temple in Kerala where Kathakali is frequently executed as a custom offering to a god, after the night Pooja. The yearly celebration of the sanctuary is commended in Feb/Mar and the Utharaseeveli celebration is praised for one day on Mar/Apr.