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The sand shore of Pamba, at a distance of about 60kms from Pathanamthitta town, on the banks of the Pampa River is the main halting point on the way to the famous Hindu pilgrim center, Sabarimala. Also known as Thriveni Sangamam - the meeting point of three rivers - Pamba, Achankovil and Manimala rivers, Pamba is the most important holy spot on the way to Sannidhanam. It is near this river that King Rajasekara had a vision of Lord Ayyappa. Considered as sacred as the river Ganges, the water in the Pamba river is said to purify one from curse and evils. So it is considered auspicious for all pilgrims to take a dip in the river before and after trekking the Sabarimala. 'Pitrutarpanam' i.e paying homage to the forefathers is also held here.


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