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Sree Andalurkavu Temple Kerala

Sree Andalurkavu is a famous temple in Andalur, North Kerala. This old temple is in the name of Lord Rama, and the main festival is celebrated here is in mid-February.

Being a part of North Malabar, in Andalurkavu, Thira is the main ritual of worship. Sree Andalurkavu is one of the rare places where Yuddha Kanda of Ramayana is visualised and performed. The main deities here are Rama, Lakshmana and Hanuman.

At the Sree Andalurkavu, Kaliyattam is performed on the premises annually and is based on Ramayana. The temple is believed to have been built by Parasurama. The Daivathar Theyyam represents Lord Rama, the Athiraalar and kids Theyyam represents Goddess Sita. Bappooran Theyyam represents Lord Hanuman, and Angakkaran represents Lord Lakshamana. Ilankuruvan depicts Bali and Poothadi depicts Sugriva.

Sree Andalurkavu Temple is Famous For

The significance of Sree Andalurkavu Temple is that it has two holy places called Mele Kavu and Thazhe kavu.

Festivals/Events Celebrated at Sree Andalurkavu Temple, Kerala

The annual festival is a stunning visualisation of the divine unity of a place where people follow old and sacred customs throughout the season. The festival commences in February second week and lasts for about seven days. More than ten theyyams are performed during the festival. Among all the theyyams Daivathaar is considered as a channel to Lord Rama.

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