Near By Temples

Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple

The town Tripunithura got its name derived from the name of Lord Sree Poornathrayeesa. Sree Poornathrayeesa is considered as the owner of the the town. The beautiful architecture of the temple itself is its identity. It is here that we can see the longest Holy Flag Post (Kodimaram) among the temples. The main festival of this temple named “Vrischikotsavam” is celebrated in a manner that adds to the divinity and sanctity of the temple. Every year it starts with Kodiyettam in the “Chothi” star and ends with Aaraattu in the “Thiruvonam” star of Vrischikam month as per Malayalam Calendar. Its the uniqueness of this festival that the Royal Procession (Ezhunnallippu) consisting of 15 Caparisoned elephants accompanied by melodious Panchari Melam, twice a day through out the festival. On all Thursdays Bhajana is Performed in the temple.

Chakkamkulangara Siva Temple

The uniqueness of this temple is that its here the two temples, Siva Temple and the Navagraha temple, is situated in the same compound. Its the belief that worshipping Siva and Saneeswara on saturday will put an end to all worries of the devotees and lots of people are coming to the temple on saturday for the same. It is in the pond of this temple the Aaraattu of Sree Poornathrayeesa is performed. “Sivarathri” is celebrated in this temple as 8 day long annual festival with the programmes that adds to the Bhakthi cult of the temple. On all Saturdays Bhajana is Performed in the temple.

Aadampillikkaavu Bhagavathi Temple

Its the nearest temple to Thamaramkulangara. The annual festival, “Thaalapoli”, of the temple is celebrated during Mandalavilakku, every year. The Ezhunnallippu during the Sasthaam Paattu of Thamaramkulangara is welcomed in this temple by decorating with flowers and traditional oil lamps. On all Tuesdays Bhajana is Performed in the temple.

Thevarakkaavu Bhagavathi Temple

The two day long annual festival of this temple is celebrated in the month of Makaram as per Malayalam era with cultural programmes.

Pallipparambukkaavu Bhagavathi Temple

The annual festival of this temple is celebrated as “Thaalapoli” on 31st of December every year. The main attraction in the festival is the “Koottavedi” (Fireworks) which will be consisted of about 5000 Kathinas. On all Fridays Bhajana is Performed in the temple.

Chottanikkara Bhagavathi Temple

This temple is about 5km away from Thamaramkulangara. The diety known as Rajarajeswari (Adiparasakthi) is worshipped here in three forms, viz Saraswathy in the morning, Lakshmi at noon and Durga in the evening. There is an Idol of Mahavishnu on the same pedestal, so chanting Ammenarayana, Devinarayana, Lakshminarayana, Bhadrenarayana is considered very auspcisous. Along with Lakshmi & Narayana there are idols of Brahma, Siva, Ganapathi (Ganesh), Subramanya and Sastha on the same pedestal.

“MAKOM Thozhal” (worship on the Makom day) is the most important festival of the temple which is celebrated in the month of Kumbham of Malayalam Era (Feb / March). It is believed that Bhagavathy in her full attire gave darsan to Vilwamangalam Swamiyar on the Makom day and appears on the same day every year for giving darsan to the devotees in her special appearance. The Bhadrakaali at Kizhukkavu is believed to exorcise evil spirit from devotees, after conducting bhajanam.