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Kodungallur Bhagavathi Temple, Kodungallur

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  • A beautiful beautiful temple. Can't wait to go back. Well kept. Organised and the temple staff are soo friendly. It's one of the oldest temple in India and the goddess is extremely vibrant ..  more »
  • People coming from other states would want to see what a typical Kerala temple looks like, and what makes it special - this is an excellent example. Lavishly spread out on a large area, the Goddess Bh...  more »
  • In Kerala this aldo Attracting temple I went first Time very Powerful god.when I Went sabarimala . I seen  more »
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  • Kurumba Bhagavati Temple is alternatively known as Kodungallur Bhagavati Temple. The idol of the goddess Bhadrakali (popularly known as "Kodungallur Amma") in the temple is unique as it has eight hands with various attributes. Each hand is respectively holding the head of an Asura, a sword, an anklet, a bell, and so on. Routine worship at the temple every day at 03:00 and ends at 21:00 local time. Bhagavathi being the patron of the Royal family of Cranganore, the Raja plays an active part in the celebrations of the festival. Standing upon a rostrum built around a banyan tree, the Raja spreads out a silken umbrella soon after the door of the Devi shrine is opened. The peculiarity of the event is that it denotes the giving permission for all castes to enter the precincts of the temple for worship. This is known as ‘Kavu Theendal'. Devotees run round the temple thrice with sticks in hand before they enter the shrine. The legend goes to prove that the killing of the Demon has taken place and the sticks are substitutes for the arms and swords used in olden days.
  • Bagavathi is my family god. & also my upasana moorti.
  • Durga devi One of the most famous temples in kerala
  • Aum Bhagavathi Namaha !
  • An ancient and powerful Devi temple. Amme Narayana Devi Narayana Bhadre Narayana Lakshmi Narayana.