The First bus from Vellore (Tamil Nadu) to Ernakulam (Kerala) is Non A/C Seater/Sleeper (2+1) by A1 Travels departing at 21:00.
Trip duration for Vellore to Ernakulam is between 9h-30m to 10h-0m depending on the bus type and operator. Goibibo provides you the largest fleet of bus services to select from AC, Volvo buses.
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Popular Buses from Vellore to Ernakulam
ErnakulamKallada Travels (Suresh Kallada) Volvo A/C MultiAxle Semisleeper (2+2)
ErnakulamA1 Travels Non A/C Seater/Sleeper (2+1)
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Dance is an important if not integral part of life in Kerala. For a millennium before the corruption of the idiot box arrived, the only entertainment to be had were the temple festivals that matched the change of season and marked the passage of time. Each festival and each region of Kerala has its own imagery and charm.
- Tripunithura Hill Palace
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- Jewish Synagogue
This Synagogue is the oldest active synagogue in all of the erstwhile British Commonwealth. Constructed in 1568, it is called Paradesi Synagogue, the word Paradesi means "foreigners" and is used because this synagogue was historically used by "White Jews". It is also referred to as the Jew Temple or the Mattancherry Synagogue.
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