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Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple

, Chottanikkara

  (part of Kochi region)

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Chottanikkara Bhagavathy temple is the most important holy abode in Central Kerala. It is under the administration of Cochin Devaswom Board. The main deity in the temple is Goddess Rajarajeshwari, also renowned as Adiparashakthi. It is believed that the temple deity is worshipped in three forms of the Devi, as Saraswati in the morning, Lakshmi at noon and as Durga at the evening. The deity is called as Amme Narayana, Devi Narayana, Bhadre Narayana and Lakshimi Narayana as there is a Vishnu (Naryana) idol placed in the same pedestal as of Goddess Rajarajeswari.

The temple complex contains a shrine devoted to Brahma, Shiva, Subrahmanya, Ganesh and Sastha. Thousands of devotees visit this holy temple all through the year. The Makom Thozhal in the Month of March and the Navaratri celebrations during October-November draw huge crowds of people to this temple.
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Website: http://www.chottanikkarabhagavathy.org
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Email: info@chottanikkarabhagavathy.org
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Open 4 am - 12 noon and 4 - 8 pm
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