Approximate Date :
25 to 27 February 2020
Date according to Malayalam Calendar : 12 to 14 of Malayalam month of Kumbham
Velutha Kunnu was the place given by the Kunnirikka manor to build a temple. The manor was situated across the Anjarakkandi River in Kannur. The initial site was two lots above the present site. Story has it that temple pillars were installed on one location but that at night the pillars were moved by a divine hand and replaced on the present site by the Goddess who liked the new place better. The present site also had an ancient serpent temple on its premises. This is a subsidiary temple of the Valapattanam Machilottu Kavu.
Kannangattu Bhagavathy, Pulloor Kaali, Narambil Bhagavathy, Chamundi, Thamburati (Machilottu Bhagavathy)
Bavode P.O., Kannur, Kerala - 670622
Name: Mr. Preman
Contact no: + 91 9446082854
Name: Mr. K. V. Kunji Kanna
Contact no: + 91 9961239064
Name: Mr. Ravi
Contact no: + 91 9446035222
The temple is near the Makreri temple on the Odakkadavu road down the Kannur Chakkarakkal route.
Nearest Railway Station: Kannur Railway Station, about 18 km away.