Peralassery Subramanya temple is a pilgrim location situated about 14 kms from Kannur. The temple is believed to be the place where Lord Rama and Lakshmana made a pit stop on their way to Sri Lanka. As per the Ramayana, this happened as they set about to rescue Sita. The main deity is Lord Subramanya in serpent form, and the chief offerings are eggs.
The massive temple pond has countless steps that reflect a unique and intricate style of architecture, which cannot be seen elsewhere in Kerala; attract thousands to this divine place. The annual Kodiyettam festival draws huge crowds to the temple.
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