Karumadikuttan is 9/10th century granite statue Lord Gautham Buddha. Karumadikkuttan is the endearing name of a Buddha statue found in Karumadi near Alappuzha. The statue of Lord Buddha present here is broken into half and is under the protection of Archeological Survey of India. Its proof of the fact that Buddhism existed in kerala in the 9th and 10 th century. Its located in Karumadi village (hence the name, Karumadikuttan).
How to Reach –
Road: The KSRTC Bus Stand in Alappuzha is located at a distance of 5 km from the railway station. The KSRTC buses connect the city to Ernakulam, Kollam, Kottayam and Trivandrum.
Rail: Alappuzha is well-connected by rail to all the major cities in India.
Air : The nearest airports to Alappuzha are Trivandrum (150 km) and Kochi International (60 km) airports.