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Kodungallur Bhagavathi Temple, Kodungallur
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trissur is famous for pilgrim places, it is also famous because of the kodungallur temple, a great place where hindus prays on their way to guruvayoor temple, must visit
We had a good Darshan in this temple.It was not very crowded.The people in the temple were very helpful.The Temple and it's premises were clean.powerful god.
One of the must visit temple is Kerala. Its also one of the most ancient temples in India. The idol is goddess Bhadrakali popularly known as Kodungallur Amma. You will have dharsan without rush, if yo... read more »
Calm and quite.... place for worship. ...and a historic place too... one of the famous place in kerala
Jithu Kunnummel Ramapai
The temple is often accredited as the Moola Swarupa of Goddess Kali. Kurumba Bhagavati Temple is where Kannaki, heroine of Ilango Adigal's Tamil classic Silappathikaram attained salvation.
Rahul Ramachandran Nair
Kurumba Bhagavati Temple (alternatively Kodungallur Bhagavati Temple) is a Hindu temple at Kodungallur, Thrissur district, Kerala state, India. This is one of the most ancient temples in India. The idol of the goddess Bhadrakali (popularly known as "Kodungallur Amma") in the temple is unique as it has eight hands with various attributes. One is holding the head of an Asura, another a sword, next an anklet, another a bell, and so on. Routine worship at the temple every day at 03:00 and ends at 21:00 local time. The temple is often accredited as the Moola Swarupa of Kali ma. Kurumba Bhagavati Temple is where Kannaki, heroine of Ilango Adigal's Tamil classic Silappathikaram attained salvation. During the reign of Later Cheras, Mahodayapuram (Kodungallur) was the capital of the malayalam empire and one of the most important parts of the region. The temple is in the centre of malayalam Speaking areas and is referred as Malayala Bhagavathi by Tamil speaking communities. The Temple was built in a remote past and have ancient Dravidian customs which are rarely observed in contemporary kerala temples.
Kurumba Bhagavati Temple (Kodungallur Bhagavati Temple) under Cochin Devaswom Board The people of Kodungallur believe that this temple was, in the olden days, a Shiva shrine and it was Parasurama who installed Sri Kurumba Bhagavathi close to the idol of Shiva. Legend says that, after the creation of Kerala by Parasurama, he was harassed by Daruka Asura. To kill this evil demon, Parasurama prayed to Lord Shiva, as advised by Shiva, Parasurama constructed the shrine and installed the Shakti, it was Bhadrakali who killed the evil Daruka. Kodungallur Bharani Festival is famous in Kerala.
An ancient temple of Hindu Goddess Bhadrakali. Awesome, peaceful atmosphere will give you concentration for meditation and prayer.
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