Peralassery Subramania Temple Kerala

Peralassery Subramania Temple is a renowned temple located at the Malabar region. The presiding deity of this temple is Lord Subramanya, the son of Lord Shiva. It is almost 15 kilometers away from Kannur on the Kannur – Koothuparambu road at Mundallur. This shrine is associated with Ramayana, the famous Hindu Epic. It is believed that Lord Rama halted at this spot on his way to Lanka along with his brother Lakshmana to free his wife Sita from Ravana.

Peralassery Subramanya Temple has a separate shrine for the Serpent God where visitors can see idols of snakes made of bronze and copper. The annual festival of this temple lasts for eight days. Several temple art forms are performed in this temple during the annual festival like Kathakali, Ottanthullal, Parayan Thullal, Seethankan Thullal and Chakyarkoothu. The priest performs the ' Thidampunritham' during this festival which is a highly religious temple dance. There is a belief that devotees who visit the Peralassery Subramanya Temple shall also visit the Makrery temple located nearby. Kannur railway station is around 16 kilometers away from this Subramanya shrine while Kozhikode International Airport is 110 kilometers from this temple. Plan a pilgrim trip to Kerala through Tour My India and fill your mind with spirituality and peacefulness.

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