Sree Kadampuzha Bhagavathy Temple is a well known temple in Kerala where Goddess Durga is devoted in the Parashakthi form. Located in the Malappuram district, this temple has no idol to worship. According to legends, Devi Durga disappeared into a hole after showing her presence and aura to Adi Sankaracharya. Poojas are performed at this hole which has around 6 cm in diameter. Poomoodal is the main offering of this temple and so devotees bring Techchi (Ixora Indica) flowers for performing this ritual. Another offering is Mutturakkal which is performed by breaking coconuts.
The deity in the Sree Kadampuzha Bhagavathy temple is more powerful on Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays. It is almost 3 kilometers away from Vettichira on the Kozhikode-Thrissur Highway. Angadipuram is the nearest railway station which is 23 kilometers away but the major railway station near this temple is Shornur which is about 46 kilometers from this shrine. Calicut International Airport is nearly 41 kilometers from Sree Kadampuzha Bhagavathy temple. Karthika day in the Malayalam month Vrischikam (November-December) is celebrated in this temple with great significance. This temple offer food (Annadanam) to devotees every day. Make your pilgrimage trip to Kerala comfortable and hassle-free by choosing a personalized package from Tour My India.