Sreeraman Chira

Sreeraman Chira is a fresh water lake which contains 900 hectares of paddy fields situated in Chemmappilly near Triprayar of Thrissur district of Kerala state in India. The lake is linked to Ramayana fame, where the Chira kettal ceremony reminiscent of the Sethubandhanam where Hanuman and his army built Rama Setu to reach Sri Lanka and rescue Sita from the Rakshasa King, Ravana.[1][2][3]

Sreeraman Chira
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A view of Sreeraman Chira
Sreeraman Chira is located in Kerala
Sreeraman Chira
Sreeraman Chira
LocationTriprayar, Thrissur, Kerala
TypePond
Basin countriesIndia
Surface area900 acres (360 ha)

Binding of the bundEdit

The Chira kettal (binding of the bund) is a sacred religious ceremony performed by a team of priest from Thriprayar Temple.[citation needed]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ഇ.പി.ഗിരീഷ് (October 2013). "സേതുബന്ധന സ്മരണയിൽ ശ്രീരാമൻചിറ". ജന്മഭൂമി (in Malayalam). Archived from the original (പത്രലേഖനം) on March 2013. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  2. ^ ഇ.പി.ഗിരീഷ് (March 2013). "ശ്രീരാമന് ചിറ – സേതുബന്ധന സ്മരണക്കായി ചിറകെട്ടുന്ന ഒരേഒരിടം". പുണ്യഭൂമി (in Malayalam). Archived from the original (പത്രലേഖനം) on October 2013. Retrieved 3 May 2014.
  3. ^ Jith Anthikad (October 2013). "Sreeraman Chira Storry TCV Anthikkad" (TVNews) (in Malayalam). TCV. Retrieved 21 May 2014.

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Coordinates: 10°25′37″N 76°07′05″E / 10.427°N 76.118°E / 10.427; 76.118