Kadammanitta Devi Temple is an ancient temple in South Kerala famous for the Padayani performance. Located in the Pathanamthitta district, a lot of devotees visit this shrine from far and wide during the annual festival to enjoy the unique Padayani. This festival conducts in the months of April or May. Pilgrims participate in the festival with energy, passion devotion and enthusiasm. Visiting this temple can be a peaceful experience because of the amazing natural beauty and tranquility of the place. Each devotee feels blessed after visiting this Maha Bhairavi temple.
The main idol of this temple is Maha Bhairavi but it has separate shrines for Shiva and Krishna. There is also a shrine for Mala Deva, the initial protector of the goddess. Devotees visit this temple throughout the y to offer poojas to the deities. It is believed that Kadammanitta Devi is very powerful and answers the prayers of devotees. She is powerful enough to protect them from all kinds of difficulty. Devotees even come here again to thank Maha Bhairavi once their wishes get fulfilled.
The 10-day annual festival and Vishu (a harvest festival falls in the month of April) draw many pilgrims to this temple. The closest railway station to Kadammanitta temple is Thiruvalla which is around 30 kilometers away. Thiruvananthapuram is the nearest airport which is almost 100 kilometers from this temple. Pathanamthitta distict is famous for many popular temples like Aranmula and Sabarimala. Get more information about Kadammanitta Devi temple and nearest temples by visiting the website of Tour My India.