Pambummekkattu Mana, is a famous Temple devoted to Serpent Gods, situates at Vadama very close to Mala Town. It is believed that the divine presence of "Vasuki" and "Nagayakshi" are there in the "Kizhakkini" of Pambummekkattu Mana. Pambummekkattu Mana is the most famous Serpent worship centre in Kerala. The Pambummekattu lllam (also known as Mana) stands in Vadama village, a part of Mukundapuram Taluk in Thrissur District, Kerala. The nearest railway station is 10 km away at Chalakudy.
There are many important places related with Lord Sree Rama in Kerala. People and devotees pray to Lord Sree Rama throughout the year by chanting the mantra Sree Rama Jayam. It is believed that the month of Karkidaka is auspicious for praying to Lord Sree Rama and reading Ramayana. It is believed that Ramayana in home should be read between the afternoon time and before the temple opening time at evening. The reason is that it is believed that all Hindu Gods and Goddesses will come to hear the chanting of Ramayana and they have to go back to their respective temples at evening. Sundrakanda should be read frequently this month to get the blessings of Lord Hanuman. There are Gayathri mantras that are part of Sundrakanda that would solve all the problems faced by the Hindu devotees.
Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple or Sri Kurumba Devi Temple is located at Kodungallur in Thrissur District of Kerala. The temple is dedicated to goddess Bhadarakali and is fondly called as "Kodungallooramma" by devotees and is one of the famous devi temples in Kerala among others like Chottanikkara Devi Temple, Attukal Devi temple and Kadampuzha devi temple.
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Annamanada Mahadeva Temple situated at a beatiful and tranquil village Annamanada located 14 km away from Mala. Mahadeva Temple Annamanada is famous for its antiquity dates back to 3000 years. Blessed with the Holy presence of Siva Parvathy, this temple gives salvation to its devotees.
Sathrughan Swami, The Payammal temple, 6 km from Vellankallur along the Irinjalakuda-Kodungallur route, is one of the few Shatrughna shrines in the State. Shatrughna is considered to be the reincarnation of the Sudarshana Chakra (disc) in the hands of Mahavishnu. This is the smallest temple among Nalambalam. Of the four idols retrieved from the sea by the fishermen this idol is the smallest. All the other three temples have circular sreekovils but here sreekovils is in rectangular shape.
Iranikulam Mahadeva Temple is located at Iranikulam 6 km away from Mala. This is one of the few temples whose idol is consecrated by Parashuram. It is believed that Parashuram had meditated here in "Tretha Yugam" and then famous "Iraniswaram" later came to known present day Iranikulam.
Mala's historical prominence is interwoven with the culture of Gowdasaraswatha (Konkani) community, who immigrated from Goa in 1560. Sree Mukunda Krishnaswamy Temple, Mala whose prime idol was installed in 1085 in the month of phalguna by the Konkanis, is a symbol of prosperity abundance and auspiciousness. This temple is believed to have been built to get rid of the fury of the "naga" chariots. Sree Mukunda Krishnaswamy Temple, Mala is managed by the Shree Prasadapureswara Devaswom, Mala.
Lord Shiva holds a high esteem in the mind of Hindu devotees. There is a famous Shiva temple near Kodungallur Devi temple and is approximately 2 km away from the Devi temple.The name of the temple is Sringapuram Mahadeva Temple. Sage Rishyashringa is believed to have installed the idol here and the temple is next to the Kodungallur palace. Sringapuram means the land of Sringa which is the name of the Sage.
Koodalmanickyam Temple is situated at Irinjalakuda in Thrissur District. It is 23 Km south of Thrissur and 16 Km north of Kodungallur. This temple is before the 15th century. The uniqueness of this temple is that the deity here is Lord Bharatha or Lord Sangameswara. There are arguments that once this temple belonged to the Jains (Bharatheswara saint of Jains) and with the descent of Jainism this temple was taken over by Hindus.
The Thiruvanchikulam Shiva temple is in the South Kodungallur and in the Methala panchayat.This is one of the four tali temples and is situated in the Kodungallur - Ernakulam NH17 highway and is approximately 2.5 kilometers away from Kodungallur town.
In Nammalvar and Thirumangaialwar, Thirumoozhikkulam Lakshmana Perumal is referred as Moozhikkalattappan and Tayar (Mahalakshmi) as Madhuraveni Naachiyaar.
Thirumoozhikkulam is one among the 32 Brahmin grammas in Kerala. This is the place where Hareetha muni the son of Vishwamitra worshipped Vishnu. The mythology behind the name of this place goes like this. Hareetha Maharishi did penance and meditation on the banks of river Poorna (Periyar).