Kattubhava Pallivasal - Tamilnadu

Kattubhava Pallivasal

Pudukkottai is known for its rich history and culture and Kattubhava Pallivasal is an important part of the city’s heritage. Kattubhava Pallivasal is one of the most popular Islamic pilgrims site in Pudukkottai where you can witness the rich history of the area.
The mosque is famous for its exquisite Indian architecture and intricate carvings, sculptures and paintings that are phenomenal. One of the most interesting features of the mosque is its dome, which reflects the general beauty of the mosque. The annual Urs festival is a famous festival grandly celebrated in the month of Rabi-Ul-Akhir (The second month of spring) mosque where Muslims from all parts of Tamil Nadu gather here to pray, celebrate and develop communal bond.

History of Kattubhava Pallivasal

This mosque is more than 500 years old and it is constructed by Arcot Nawab – Muhammad Ali Khan Wallajah during the 17 centuary AD

Speciality of Kattubhava Pallivasal

This mosque houses the tomb of Bava Fakruddin also called as Kattubhava who is said to be the grandson of Saint Nagore Shahul Hamid.

Visiting time of Kattubhava Pallivasal

6.00 AM – 7.00 PM

Nearby sightseeing places of Kattubhava Pallivasal

Thirumayam fort, Government museum, Sittanavasal cave.

How to reach Kattubhava Pallivasal?

By Air – Trichy airport is the nearest to reach Kattubhava Pallivasal covering 73 km.
By train- Pudukkottai railway station is then nearest junction to reach Kattubhava Pallivasal covering 30 km.
By Road – Pudukkottai is well-linked to other major cities of Tamil Nadu through NH 36, NH 45, and NH 336.