Approximate Date :
6 to 7 February 2020
Date according to Malayalam Calendar : 23 to 24 of Malayalam month of Makaram
The son born to Vaarikka Devi and Kankala Devan was swept down the Perumpuzha. In the boy’s memory, a deity was installed by Nalillam Kaduvanmar at Aanacheri. The Devasthanam or abode of the god is at Chittaari Kowwal near Payyanur Perumba stop at Kannur on NH 17. The main theyyam performance at the temple is Lord Shiva. The dance includes references to sacred bulls, the offspring of cattle, land, and festival food. Each subject is illustrated in different dance segments.
Perumpuzha Achan, Vishnumoorthy, Gulikan
Chittaari Kowwal P.O., Kandothu, Payyanur, Kannur, Kerala - 670307
Name: Mr. Ramesan
Contact no: + 91 9249980849
Name: Mr. Chaviniyan
Contact no: + 91 9048222640
The Devasthanam is at Chittaari Kowwal near Payyanur Perumba stop on National Highway 17 between Kannur and Kasaragod.
Nearest Railway Station: Payyanur Railway Station, about 5 km away.