Sree Mridanga Saileswari Temple is a small but serene Devi temple dedicated to goddess Kali deep in the backwoods of Kannur, the land of the Theyyam & Thira. Believed to have been installed by Lord Parashurama, the temple at Muzhakkunnu, Kannur is one of the most famous Devi temples in Kerala. It was the family

Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple is a magnificent temple resplendent in glorious mythology! One of the most important Bhagavathy temples of Kerala, thousands of devotees visit Chottanikkara temple each year to seek blessings & get healed of mental & physical ailments. Dedicated to the Goddess Rajarajeshwari, the embodiment of all three forms of Shakti, the Goddess is

Kaduthuruthy Mahadeva Temple or the Thaliyil Shiva Temple is one amongst the trio of most legendary Shiva Temples in Kerala.  The Mahadeva temple was installed by the demon Khara (of the Khara Dhooshana demon duo mentioned in the famous epic Ramayana) along with Ettumanoor and Vaikom temple shrines.  The idols at Vaikom and Ettumanoor temples

Thiruvambadi Krishna Temple is a temple very much in the hearts of the people of Thrissur! The Temple is dedicated to Lord Krishna as a child & Devi Vishnumaya. Even though small in stature in its physical appearance, Thiruvambadi Krishna Temple is highly significant as a Mahakshethra due to its extensive rites of worship. Moreover,

Kodungallur Bhagavathy temple or the  Sri Kurumba Bhagavathy temple in Kerala finds an essential place in the itinerary of every devotee who visits Kerala. One of the most ancient temples in Kerala, the temple is dedicated to a dominant form of Shakti – Goddess Bhadrakali. The sacred temple is one of the most powerful Shakti