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Pazhanchira Devi Temple

Pazhanchira Devi Temple is a Hindu temple situated between Ambalathara, Thiruvananthapuram and Paravankunnu, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India. It is about 6 kilometres to the southeast of Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram city.The abode of Sree Pazhanchira Devi Temple is one of the most ancient temple, almost 700 years old and was installed by a Siddhayogi who worshipped the Devi. Gradually this place was converted into a temple and there a place was given to the Yogi on the western side of the Sree Kovil. A kavu (small forest patch) which houses the serpent Gods is common in Travancore, which preserves the beauty and atmosphere gifted by nature. The temple has been recently renovated with a new chuttambalam which is an excellent example of Kerala Vasthu Vidya and temple architecture in the new age.

Location : Ambalathara, Manacaud, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala 695026

Gods : Bhagavathy

Landmark : Nearest railway station is Thiruvananthapuram Central, around 5 km away. Nearest airport is Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, around 6 km away. The famous Attukal Bhagavathi temple is 3 km away from pazhanchira and Sree Alukadu Devi Temple is 1.5km away

Festivals :

The festival of the temple is on the Malayalam month of Meenam and starts on the day of Makayiram. Makayiram is considered as the star of the deity.
Samooha Laksharchana
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).
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
Ramayana Parayanam and BhagavathiSeva — All days of Karkidakom (evening).

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