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Irumkulangara Durga Devi Temple

The home of the Irumkulangara Durga Bhagavathi is one of the oldest temples in the Kerala. The deity appears as Durgabhagavathi which is an incarnation of Adi Parasakthi. Karthika is considered as the star of the deity.The temple is located on the bank of two ponds from where it got its name: irum means two and kulam means pond. It is believed that the temple has a relationship with the famous Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple, one of the famous temples in Thiruvananthapuram. In ancient times, priests from Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple are believed to arrive at Irumkulangara by country boats for performing pooja and rituals.

Location : Manacaud, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695001

Gods : Durga

Landmark : The nearest railway station is at Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station railway station about 3.5 km from the temple. Trivandrum International Airport, about 3 km away from temple. KSRTC Central Bus station is near the Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station. There are so many bus services available for travel to other cities.

Festivals :

Mandala Vratham — Festival in connection with the annual Utsavam of Sabarimala.
Vinayaka Chathurthi — Pooja to the Lord Ganapathy.
Pooja Vaypu — Identical to Dussera festival (Saraswathy Pooja and Vidyarambham).
Karthika — Kazhchakula Samarpanam, Navakabhishekam, Karthika Pongala, Annadhanam (all months).
Ayilya Pooja — Milk, flowers etc. offered to serpent god and special rites. Monthly Pooja in Ayilyam day except in the months of Mithunam and Karkidakom.
Ayilyolsavam — Nagaroottu and Sarpabali in the month of Thulam by Pambumekkattumana Karanavar Brhamasri P S Sreedharan Namboodiripad.
Ramayana Parayanam and BhagavathiSeva — All days of Karkidakom (evening).
Vavu Bali — In the month of Karkidakom.

Offerings :

Udayasthamaya Pooja
Visheshal Bhagavathiseva

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