Lattitude: 10.943740, Longitude: 76.043294

Sree Kadampuzha Bhagavathy Temple, Malappuram

The Sree Kadampuzha Bhagavathy Temple is located in Malappuram district in Kerala, a southern state in India. It is dedicated to Goddess Kiratha Parvathy. The temple is famous for not having an idol, and daily poojas (prayers) are performed into a hole. The Goddess is said to have disappeared from here, after showing her presence to Adi Sankaracharya. It is believed that Adi Sankaracharya, the legendary 8th-century Indian philosopher, and theologian, is the founder of this temple.

The temple is famous for two ritual offerings called Poomoodal – offering of wild thechi flowers (ixora indica) – and Muttarukkal, an offering made by breaking coconuts.

To know the temple timings and other details, visit https://www.kadampuzhadevaswom.com

Getting there
The nearest railway station is Tirur, about 19 kms away

Devi Temples

Sree Kadampuzha Bhagavathy Temple, Malappuram

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