Thrikkariyoor Mahadeva Temple
Thrikariyoor is a town in Nellikuzhi panchayath in Ernakulam area in Kerala, India. Thrikkariyoor temple is adjacent. Thrikkariyoor Mahadeva Temple is arranged 4 km from Kothamangalam. This is considered as the last pratistha of Parasurama. This temple merits an extraordinary feature, as it is accepted to have the spirits of Lord Krishna and Lord Shiva. The ceremonies and customs depend on those of the Arya Dravida conventions. It is additionally accepted to be the capital of Chera Dynasty. Thrikkariyoor Mahadeva Temple, Kothamangalam. It is pronounced as one of the 11 blessed temples in Kerala. Thrikkariyur is accepted to be the capital of old Chera Kingdom. It is close to the Ekachakra gramam (Kothamangalam) which was celebrated from time immemorial. It is trusted that Aryan Brahmins were settled here in Kothamnagalam even in the first century AD. There existed gigantic business exchange between Pandyan Kingdom and Muzris in the antiquated circumstances and it was through the regal course of Madura - Alwaye which goes through Kothamangalam.
Location : Mahadeva Temple, Thrikkariyur, Ernakulam, Kerala, Pincode – 682011.
Gods : Shiva
Landmark : Situated about 4 kms away from Kothamangalam in Ernakulam district. Nearest Railway station - Aluva 35 km / Ernakulam - 53 km.
Annual festival for 10 days in the month of Meenam (March-April) , Sivarathri, Thiruvathira, Vishu are important festivals.