Munnar Mosque at Munnar Town

Munnar Mosque where all the believers in Islam come and worship. The Munnar Mosque  provides a meeting place for the Muslim brethren. The worship or ‘Namas’ is held five times a day. Religious lessons are given here to young believers. The muslims of Munnar celebrate their festivals on the same day and in the same pattern the muslims in other areas celebrated their festivals. Allah’s, the almighty’s, blessing is sought here by all believers in the Munnar Mosque .  

Munnar MosqueThis is  a beautiful mosque on a small hill just outside of Munnar town center. Can easily walk here and enjoy the view of the town, especially when you climb up to the mosque area. Also from here, you can see beautiful views of the surrounding nearby hills. Peaceful. The Munnar Mosque  has situated in munnar udumbalpetta rute near the town. tourist can easily found the mosque become of the proud look. 

Munnar is such a beautiful place in Kerala, which cannot be portrayed in a single canvas. Everything and anything here will make us excited. The hills, the mist, the valleys, the streams, the waterfalls, Tea plantations, rare flora and fauna. It is a beautiful tea town in Idukki district of Kerala easily accessible from Kochi and Coimbatore. The gorgeous hill station is ideally placed in the South Western Ghats of India. With an area of around 557 sq km, Munnar in Devikulam Taluk is the largest panchayat in Kerala.Munnar Mosque

Munnar got its name from its strategic location at the confluence of three rivers Muthirapuzha, Nallathanni and Kundala Rivers. ‘Moonu’ means ‘three’ and ‘Aru’ means ‘river’. The region is placed at a height of around 1,500 m to 2,695 m above sea level and was once the summer capital of the British in South India. Later it was developed for cultivating tea plants. The beautiful sights of acres and acres of lush green tea plantations will make us realize that we have at last reached Munnar and of course the place is so much known for its tea estates. It always carries the remnants of history of tea cultivation in Kerala. Neelakurinji or Strobilanthus has special status in the tourism map of this fascinating destination. The flower which blooms once in twelve years attracts lots of tourists from all over the world.