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Thirumandhamkunnu Bhagavathy Temple, Malappuram

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  • Place of pleasent. the mangalya pooja is grate. i am like temble very much. amme saranam devi saranam. 
    Place of pleasent. the mangalya pooja is grate. i am like temble very much. amme saranam devi saranam.  more »
  • One of the best temples in Kerala which is well known for its great history and colourful annual fest which lasts about 10 days . This temple has a significant connection with 'mamakam' a cultural... 
    One of the best temples in Kerala which is well known for its great history and colourful annual fest which lasts about 10 days . This temple has a significant connection with 'mamakam' a cultural...  more »
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  • I recently had the pleasure of visiting the Thirumandamkunnu temple situated at the river side of Angadippuram. As I approached the temple, I was struck by its serene and peaceful atmosphere. The temple is nestled among tall trees, providing a sense of calm and tranquility. I entered the temple and was greeted by a friendly monk who offered me a tour of the grounds. The temple itself is small, but it is filled with beautiful statues and artwork. The main altar is adorned with intricate carvings and colorful paintings, and the smell of incense filled the air. As I explored the temple, I couldn't help but feel a sense of awe and reverence. The peaceful surroundings and the peaceful energy of the temple seemed to radiate throughout the entire space. After my tour, I sat by the river for a while and watched the water flow by. The sound of the water and the birds singing in the trees added to the peaceful atmosphere of the temple. Overall, I had a wonderful experience at the temple by the river side. It was a truly peaceful and spiritual place, and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to find a sense of calm and tranquility.
  • It is one of the oldest temples in Kerala.this temple is situated in a place called angadippuram in Malappuram district. There is decent parking space available. But there are quite a lot of steps to clip in order to reach the temple please consider this if you're suffering from any health issues.there is a mind refreshing spot near the temple.

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