A mountainous territory of pristine beauty, Pathanamthitta is popular as the seat of the pilgrim cult in Kerala . Three rivers course through its rich lands comprising the natural divisions of the lowlands, the Midlands and the high plateau. Full of temples, rivers, mountain ranges and coconut trees, more than fifty percent of the total area of ​​the region is covered by forests.
Hailed as a heritage town, it attracts visitors from India and abroad for its spectacular water festivals, religious shrines and cultural training centers. Pathanamthitta is also home to the unique Kannadi Aranmula – metal mirrors that are carefully crafted and the Vaasthu Vidya Gurukulam, a village that practices the ancient Indian heritage school architecture, Vaasthu Vidya in its purest form.