Kerala | Pathanamthitta Temples
Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple
The Viswaroopa (Universal size figure) of Vishnu shown to Arjuna at the time of Kurukshethra war after giving the famous Geethopadesh (advice of Geetha) is the style of deity Parthasarathy in this temple.  It is believed this temple was installed by Arjuna at Nilakkal Narayanapuram and later brought here by fixing six bamboo sticks and this the name came Aranmula (Aran-with six, Mula-bamboo sticks)
Kalanjoor Sree Mahadeva Temple
This magnificent temple is situated 80 Kms to the South-West of the famous Sabarimala temple along the Punalur–Moovattupuzha State High way in Pathanamthitta District. The sanctum sanctorum of Lord Mahadeva was constructed in circular manner and in ancient Kerala sculptures as in the renowned other Shiva temples of Kerala. The artistically decorated towering Gopurams on the East and West Nada and the Anakkottil– waiting shed for elephants during the festival ceremony are indeed rare specialties. 
Kallooppara Sree Bhagavathy Temple
Thiruvalla- Sabarimala route 1 ½ km north of Eraviperoor Junction at Kallooppara village, 500 meters towards Manimala River, situates this famous Devi temple facing the East purifying this banks of the river. Kalam Ezhuthum Pattum for 41 days in Vrichikum is specialty in this temple.
Kodumon Chilanthiyambalam
This is a temple situated at Kodumon a tiny town in Pathanamthitta. Chilanthiyambalam is a temple dedicated to the God of Spider (Chilanthi).
Kurampala Puthenkavil Bhagavathy Temple
Puthenkavil Devi temple is situated on the Pandalam-Adoor route at Kurampala in Pathanamthitta district. It is an ancient temple with its own variety ritualistic practices. Kurampala is about 4 kms south to Pandalam and the temple is situated half a kilometer west to the main road facing eastwards.
Malayalapuzha Devi Temple
The Bhagavathi temple where the benefactress goddess is consecrated is very renowned and known for its beautiful wall paintings.
Muthoor Sree Bhadrakali Temple
Muthoor Sree Bhadrakali Temple is one of the four famous Bhadrakali Temples in Kerala. The construction of Muthoor Devi Temple is a rare one.
Pandalam Temple
It is believed that Lord Ayyappa of Sabarimala spent his human life until adolescence in the palace of Pandalam as the son of the king of Pandalam Pilgrims usually stop here for worship before proceeding to Sabarimala. Three days prior to the Makaravilaku festival, the sacred ornaments of Sree Ayyappa are taken in a procession from Pandalam to Sabarimala.
Parumala Sree Valiya Panayannarkavu Bhagavathy Temple
Parumala is situated on the Mavelikkara – Thiruvalla route and Chengannoor – Mannar route via Puliyoor about 1.5 km from Parumalakkadavu. It is also 100 mts from the Thikkapuzha Junction on the Chengannoor – Mannar route via Pandanad. The temple is considered to be very old and one of the rare temples where presiding deities Siva and Bhagavathy are in the same temple.
Rock-cut Cave Temple
This famous Shiva temple is a great archeological wonder situated at 5 km from Pathanamthitta dating back to 8 century A.D. This temple with great significance bears close resemblance to the pallava style of architecture.
Sabarimala Dharmasastha Temple
This is the second most famous temple in South India and is situated at 65 kilometers closer to Pathanamthitta town. This hill temple is situated at an elevation of 1148.48 meters. The presiding deity is Sastha and is facing east. Three poojas are conducted abiding by the Thanthric rites of Thazhmun. Mandalapooja and Makar- avilakku are the two main events of the pilgrim season.  The temple stays closed during the rest of the year except for the first five days of every Malayalam month and during Vishu.
Sree Kadamanitta Bhaghavathy Temple
This temple is situated at Naaranganam Panchayath six kilometers away from Pathanamthitta. The presiding deity is Bhadrakali, and the goddess faces east.
Sree Vallabha Temple, Thiruvalla
This famous temple is located at Thiruvalla in Pathanamthitta District.  Sudarsanamoorthy facing in the west and Sree Vallabhan , facing in the east are the main deities.