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Manakkattu Devi Temple

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Manakkattu Devi Temple
Manakkaattaamma.jpg
Manakkattu Devi
Religion
AffiliationHinduism
DistrictAlappuzha
DeityBhuvaneswari
FestivalsThiru Utsavam, Parayeduppu
Location
LocationHarippad, Pallippad
StateKerala
CountryIndia
Architecture
TypeKerala Style
Website
www.manakkattudevitemple.com

Manakkattu Devi Temple is one of the most renowned temples in Kerala. The temple is located at Pallippad in Karthikappalli taluk of Alappuzha district in the south Indian state Kerala. The temple is situated about 4 km east of Harippad on Nangiarkulangara Mavelikkara road. The temple has 4 Karas (territories). Thekkummuri, Kottakkakam, Naduvattom and Thekkekkara kizhakku

Sub-deities

There are many Upadevathas (sub-deities) adjacent to the temple. The main Upadevathas in the temple premises are:

The main Temple.
The main Temple.
Shaastha Temple
Shaastha Temple
  • Yakshi
  • Nagarajav
  • Muhurthi
  • Rekshas
  • Vallyachan (Kunchukuttippilla Sarvaadikaaryakkaar)

Festivals

The Temple has a number of festivals. The important ones are

Chingam 1 Niraputhari
Navaraatri Navaraatri Pooja
Vrischikam 1 Chirappu
Vrischikam 21,22 Kolam
Vrischikam 24 Kodiyettu Utsavam
Dhanu 1 Aaraattu
Makara Bharani Bhagavathippara (Harippad area)
Shivaraatri Bhagavathippara
Midhunam 13 Sreemad Bhaagavatha Navaha Yanjam
Midhunam 21 Prathista Varshikam, Valiya Guruthi

Parayeduppu

In the numerous temples of Onattukara, the "Parayeduppu" period is the festival season. It all begins when the deity ("Devi") of Manakkattu Devi temple is taken out in procession for Parayeduppu on the Bharani star of the Malayalam month Makaram. The main part of Parayeduppu is the Jeevathaconstructed in the model of the temple structure itself. The rhythms used during Jeevatha Ezunnallathu (procession) are quite noteworthy. Starting with very slow beats, it builds up a crescendo and ends in fast beats. The ensemble consists of Veekkan chenda, Uruttu chenda (both drums), Elathaalam (cymbals), Kombu and Kuzhal (both, wind instruments).

Bhagavathippara
Bhagavathippara
Bhagavathippara
Bhagavathippara
Aarattu
Aarattu

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This page was last edited on 18 July 2019, at 06:27
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