Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is a Hindu sanctuary in Ambalappuzha, Alapuzha area of Kerala, in south India. The Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple is accepted to have been worked amid fifteenth – seventeenth AD by the neighborhood ruler Chembakasserry Pooradam Thirunal-Devanarayanan Thampuran. The icon at Ambalapuzha is compared to Parthasarthi with a whip in the right hand and a Shankhu (sacrosanct conch) in the left. This sanctuary is specifically related to the Guruvayoor Sree Krishna Temple. Amid the assaults of Tipu Sultan in 1789, the icon of Sri Krishna from the Guruvayoor Temple was conveyed to the Ambalappuzha Temple for safety's sake. The payasam served in the Ambalappuzha Temple is well known among Hindu fans. This sweet pudding made of rice and drain has a fascinating legendary legend behind it.It is trusted that Guruvayoorappan comes to here every day at the season of Palpayasa Nedyam to have it.