Approximate Date :
3 to 13 February 2020
Date according to Malayalam Calendar : Between 20 to 30 of Malayalam month of Makaram
While boating down the river, the Devi and her defender Bappuran glimpsed the glow of Jaggeri being boiled at Kurammal Manor. They came ashore and asked to be installed in this sweet place. Legend is that the Kurammal people and Melayi Illam people granted land to the deity to establish a Devasthanam. During the three day annual festival, the Theyyams reach the temple only after going to these manors to express their respect. The temple still honours the integration of regional cultures and professions in the Theyyam legends that are portrayed.
Thamburatti, Angakkaran, Bappuran, Elledathu Bhagavathy, Kutti Sasthappan, Gulikan, Elamkol, Ponmakan, Karanavar, Vadakke Bhagathu Bhagavathy
Kottam, Mundalloor P.O., Kannur, Kerala - 670622
Name: Mr. Jayarajan
Contact no: + 91 9447953855
Name: Mr. Sukumaran
Contact no: + 91 497 2306193, 91 9895133801
Name: Mr. Preman
Contact no: + 91 9747301275
The temple is near the Kottam L. P. School and can be reached via Mambram - Maduppilayi route coming from Kannur - Koothuparamba road.
Nearest Railway Station: Kannur Railway Station, about 17 km away and Thalassery Railway Station, about 15 km away.