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Thiruvananthapuram, April 11, 2017: The state government will chalk out the high budget development schemes for various temples in Kazhakootam. Minister for devaswom and tourism Kadakampally Surendran stated that projects accounting Rs 8 crores will be implemented in three temples.

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A detailed project report will be prepared for the construction of Sabarimala`edathavalam’ at Kazhakootam Mahadeva temple. A resting centre for pilgrims including an auditorium measuring 7,000 sq feet a dining hall measuring 25,000 sq feet will be built at Edathavalam, mentioned TNN report.
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A modern park will be built at Kulangara temple at a cost of Rs 5 crores. This project will be launched by the department of tourism. A snack counter, amphitheatre will also be built. Development activities worth Rs 2.38 crores will be sanctioned for Kolathukara temple, the minister said in a press note.
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