Sree Mahadeva Temple, located at Kazhakuttom, is one of the 108 Siva temples in Kerala. This temple is nearly 12 kilometers north of Thiruvananthapuram, the capital city. It is also the second largest temple in the city. A lot of devotees visit this temple every day to offer prayers to Lord Shiva as they believe that the deity in this temple can give answers to their problems. He is the ultimate solution for many of them for peace of mind, health problems and salvation.
Sree Mahadeva Temple is believed to be built in the 10th century. Although the architecture of the temple is simple, it is has an elegant appearance. With steep slanting tiled roof, this temple has impressive exterior. Certain records state that a renovation was made to this temple in the year 1490 AD. Thiruvananthapuram Central is the nearest railway station to reach this temple which is almost 13 kilometers away. Trivandrum International Airport is nearly 11 kilometers from Sree Mahadeva Temple. The temple has a 10-days annual festival which is celebrated in April/may. Tour My India tenders affordable pilgrimage tour packages to Kerala for people who wish to visit the popular temples in the state.