Category Archives: Temple

A temple (from the Latin word templum) is a structure reserved for religious or spiritual rituals and activities such as prayer and sacrifice. It is typically used for such buildings belonging to all faiths where a more specific term such as church, mosque or synagogue is not generally used in English. These include Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism among religions with many modern followers, as well as other ancient religions such as Ancient Egyptian religion.

Sree Maheswara Bhagavathy (Bagavathy) Temple or simply known as SNDP Siva Temple is located in Chelakottukara, Thrissur. Its around 3 km away from Thrissur town. Below are some of the photos or pictures of the temple talen during the Makayiram Mahotsavam.

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Kuttanellur Sree Durga Bhagavathi Temple or Kuttanellur Bhagavathy Temple is located near the NH 47 bye pass road from Eranakulam to Mannuthy in the Kuttanellur area of Thrissur district, Kerala, South India. Its said to be one of the 108 Durga temples created by the Parashurama Maharshi. The pooram here is famous for the Pandi and Panchari melams. The diety is said to the sister of Valarkavu Sree Durga Bhagavathi. Both Valarkavu and Kuttanellur pooram are on the same day.

Below are some of the pictures of this temple during the pooram.

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Sree Vada Kurumba Kavu Devi Temple is located in Thiroor, around 8kms away from Thrissur town (in Kerala State, South India), on the way to Wadakanchery. The temple is dedicated to the godess Bhadrakali. The temple is open from 5am to 11am, 5pm to 7.30pm. The annual Vela festival is observed in Kumbham month, it last 3 days – each day vela is by a different desam. First day celebration (Revathi Vela) by Thiroor/Pottore Desam. The second day’s festival (Aswathi Vela) by Kolazhy Desam. Third day’s festival (Bharani Vela) by Mulangunnathukavu Desam.

Below are some of the pictures of this temple and festivals.

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