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Veluthattu Vatakkan Chowa Temple

The temple is located at Kedamangalam, near North Parur. The deity is Bhagawathy. Here the Bhagawathy is worshipped in different forms Saraswathy, Parvathi, Sree Durga, Sreelaxmi, Ashtaiswarya Dayini and Bhadrakali. The history says that this Bhagawathy is the family deity of a Nair family of Malabar who brought it here when they settled here. This was about 800 years ago. The deity is seen here with enough ornaments and garlands. If she is pleased, she will shower enough favours on the devotees. The worship during Deeparadhana (worship by light) with Kanikya (gift of money) results in immediate favours, the experienced testify. The devotees therefore troops in en-masse during Deeparadhana which is performed in the evening.Pushpanjali (floral offering) is the main offering. There are different types of Pushpanjalis for fulfillment of different types of wishes. Swayamvara Pushpanjali is meant for good marriage alliance. Shatrusamhara Pushpanjali is for nullifying enemys ill-doings. Purushasookta Pushpanjali for childbearing, Trayambakasookta Pushpanjali for good health, Aikyamatyasookta Pushpanjali for amity and the list goes on.The temple has various sub-deities. Velluthat Amma, Vettekaran Swamy, Kolladikote Neeli Bhagawathy, Vellayam Bhagawathy, Dharmasastha and Navagrahas. All these are within the compound wall. Durga Bhagawathy, Nagaraja, Nagas, Rakshas couples and Muthappan (who faces the temple) are outside the compound wall.There is Ratholsvam during the annual festival which conducted on April 9.

Location : Kedamangalam, Ernakulam District, Paravoor, Kerala 683513 India

Gods : Bhagawathy

Landmark : Thrisur Railway Station take a Taxi to reach Veluthattu Vadakkan Chowa Bhagavathy Temple, which is 42 km away and will take 1h 12m

Festivals :

Ratholsav – Every year during the annual festival ofVeluthattu Devi Temple, Ratholsav is conducted. The place in which it starts from Dharmadaivasthanam on April 9th.

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