The Mental Illness of People are said to be cured by worshipping the god here Festivals : The annual festival here is renowned in the month of Kumbha (February - March). 'Maasi Magam', coinciding with the full moon, during this festival attracts vast crowds.
Attraction : The image in the shrine is not fixed to the ground and is mounted on loose sand. Water offered during ablution ceremonies percolates underground.
Legend: It is locally believed that the diety appeared in front of Vilvamangalam Swamigal, a saint associated with this shrine and with Guruvayoor. Vilvamangalam Swamy is said to have discovered Bhadrakali enshrined in Keezhkaavu.
|Built During||:||10th century|
|Best Time to Visit||:||February - March|
|Nearest Airport||:||Kochi International Airport|
|Nearest Railway Station||:||Eranakulam South/North Railway Station|
|Dedicated To||:||Chottanikkara Devi (Maha Saraswati, Maha Lakshmi, Sree Durga, Maha Kali)|
|Festivals Celebrated||:||Onam – end August Navarathri – October Vishu – mid-April Main temple festival (Makom Thozal) – February-March|
|Temple Timings||:||4 am to 12:10 pm and 4 pm to 8:45 pm|
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