Time stand still in an around, the Sree Nagarajapuram Temple, situated at Elanthoor East facing behind the Sree Bhadrakali Devi Temple and Sree Mahavishnu Temple. Days back to history it was only a Nagathara. In 1954 it was renovated and a Bhajanamadom was built adjacent nagathara where the Kurava Community. In 1998 the idols of Nagaraja and Nagayakshi were installed and consecrated according to Thantra Shasthra and Shadadhara and evening rituals started following the repeated request of devotees. A “Peedom” (a small raised platform) was erected for Kalleli Appoppan (a hill God). In 2013 an idol of Lord Siva (Siva lingam) was curved in granite and installed. Every evening the temple priest light a holly lamp and offers flowers here. On the day of Aayilyam in the Malayalam month of Vrishchikam the head priest perform ritualistic offering of noorum palum and other related pooja ceremonies. The head priest will lead all the rituals. The shrine is protected and controlled by the All Kerala Sidhanar Society (branch no.478). Every month, on the first day and Aayilyam day, ritualistic deeparadhana will be performed from 15 Edavam to the end of Karkidaka a holly lamp is lighted as per Tantra Sastra customary poojas are offered to the sub-deities.

Sree Mahavishnu Temple opens 5:30 AM every day

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Important Poojas
  • Archana
  • Manjalpodi Abhishekam (turmeric powder)
  • Varappodi Abhishekam
  • Nilavara payasam (on the request of devotees)
  • Udayada (pattu charthal)
Kalleli Appooppan
  • Thampoolam
  • Oorali padayani (on the request of devotees)
Mahadevan (Lord Siva)
  • Koovalamala charthal
  • Pushparchana
  • Udayada
  • Jaladhara
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