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We guide you to pilgrim spots:-
Travel though the architectural delight temples of Guruvayur. Each temple in kerala is dedicated to various gods & goddesses from Hindu mythology. Temples have held an important place in the life of Keralites.
 
MAMMIYOOR MAHADEVA TEMPLE
Many of the devotees who visit the temple also visit the Shiva Temple at Mammiyoor, the abode of Lord Shiva. Located about half a Kilometer from Guruvayoor, it is not only a visiting place for the devotees, but also a temple worth visiting by ordinary visitors. A visit to this shrine is considered mandatory for all those worshipping at the Krishna temple.
 
 
NARAYANAMKULANGARA BHAGAVATHY TEMPLE
This shrine in Mammiyur was closely associated with the extinct Jamelliyur illam. The family enjoyed the right of offering the paddy when the procession headed for Guruvayur for the meena pooram, till the pooram celebration was stopped due to Tipu's invasion. Pana (songs) in praise of the goddess with the Thalapoli on the last night of first 10 days of Makaram is still celebrated. Navarathri , Nira , Puthari, and mandala pooja are also celebrated. Vishu vela are celebrated on the day following Vishu.
 
 
THRISSUR VADAKKUNNATHAN TEMPLE
Sree Vadakkunnathan(Siva) Temple is the heart of Thrissur town. It is one of the most ancient graama - kshetras of Kerala with exquisite wood carvings and mural paintings. The main offering in the temple is Abhisheka with ghee (Neyyabhishekam) and is considered a cure for all types of disease especially for those relating to head.
 
 
SRI PAARTHASAARATHY SWAMY TEMPLE
In the Kurukshetra war, Krishna served as the charioteer (sarathy) to Arjuna. To remind this, his right hand represents the ‘panchajanam Rishikeso’ and left hand vaikunda hastham pointing to feet indicates Dhanamuthra . The Moolavar “ sri venkatakrishnan his consort “sri Rukmini thayar” both facing east, his elder brother balarama on the right of Rukmini thayar facing north, younger brother ‘sathyaki’ at left side of moolavar, facing east and son pradyumnan, and the grandson Anirudhan on the northern side facing south in the garbagraham.
This is a very rare congregation of the entire family of Sri Krishna in one sannathi known as ‘Maanusha vasudeva’ as per the Agama. Still more grandeour and inspiring, is the bewitching and eversmiling. Utsava Deity - Sri Parthasarathyswamy with marks in the face caused by the arrows of Bhishma Kurukshetra war. Hence, the Utsavar is called ‘Sri Parthasarathyswamy’.
 
 
CHOWALLUR SIVA TEMPLE
Chowallur siva Temple or Mahadeva Temple, as it is called is famed to be over 1500 years old. Located approximately three kilometers away form the popular pilgrim spot, the Sreekrishna Temple of Guruvayoor, the Chowallur temple is yet another significant pilgrimage center for saints and seekers alike Considered to be one of the 108 Sivalayas consecrated by Lord Parasurama, the fascinating legends linked to the Chowallur temple bear testimony to the ancestry and age of this temple.
Lord Siva, the deity of Sree Vadakunnatha Temple, Thrissur, is said to have manifested himself on an umbrella carried by one of his beloved devotees, a pious old Namboodiri from Chowallur, who used to walk all the way to Thrissur to have daily Darshan of the Lord. When His Devotee became too old to visit Him regularly, the Lord is said to have accompanied him to his home in Chowallur. A temple was constructed at the very place where the Lord appeared to His Devotee. People living in the vicinity of the temple till date, believe that they have a divine protection from Snake Poison because of the presence of Pannagabhushana or Lord Siva. A unique feature of this temple is that in the two-tiered Srikovil or Sanctum Sanctorum, the idol of Lord Shiva is seen facing west, while that of His consort Sri Parvathy, faces east, showering blessings in all directions. The Sapthamaathrukkal' , a precious black stone idol symbolizing the seven divine mothers is also worshipped in the temple in the form of idols made of Krishnasila , yet another rare phenomenon.
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PERUMTHATTA SIVA TEMPLE
Perumthatta Siva temple is one among the 108 eminent siva kshethrams in India, consecrated by parasuraman himself. This temple is less than one K.M away from the famous SreeKrishna Temple at Guruvayoor. The presiding deity is Lord Siva who is Swayambhoo (self origin) facing east. The sub deities are Ayyappan, Ganapathy,Durga, Subramanyan,Vishnu,Rakkshas,and Nagam.
 
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Guruvayurappan Temple
Dedicated to Lord Krishna, this temple is the hub of all activities in Guruvayoor. The lord is worshipped in several manifestations here, most important being the Infant Krishna. The lord is built in a rare stone called Patala Anjana and is shown with four arms bearing a conch, discus, mace and lotus. The idol is decorated with tulsi leaves, rose garlands and pearl necklaces. Watch out for the roof and two doors within the temple that are covered in gold. A highlight of this temple is the 13-tiered Deepastambam, which is extremely magnificent when lit up every evening. Other idols present in the temple are those of Lord Ganesha, Lord Ayappa and Goddess Durga. The temple is a popular site for feeding the first rice to a child.
 
 
Punnathur Kotta
Once the palace of the local ruler, today it is famous for the Elephant Sanctuary, where elephants ate trained for temple purposes. The sanctuary houses over 50 elephants, all donated by devotees of the Lord. Special events observed here include the Gajapooja (elephant worshipping) and Anayoottu (elephant feeding). 
 
 
Guruvayoor Mural Institute
Located close to the main temple, this mural institute lets you observe the art gallery, purchase paintings and watch students at work.
Devaswom Museum
This museum houses an interesting collection of offerings made to the lord, including toy planes, house models, flute and a rifle.
 
 
Let’s make this visit a celebration of Joyfulness, Divinity and Sanctity.
   
   
 
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