We leave on our arrangement of the best known Indian sanctuaries with a superb sanctuary from God’s Own Country – the Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Temple in the land known as Parasurama Kshetra – Kerala. Thousands throng the sanctuary every year; it is a standout amongst the most gone by Hindu hallowed places in South India and is devoted to the Goddess Bhagavathy who is venerated as Saraswati in the morning, Lakshmi amid the day, and Durga at night. The Goddess here is additionally delineated with the conch and plate – customary instruments that Lord Vishnu is accepted to employ. The Goddess here is the encapsulation of each of the three types of Shakti (Feminine Divine) and even as you approach the Chottanikkara Temple from Eranakulam, the serenade of “Amme Narayana, Devi Narayana, Lakshmi Narayana, Bhadre Narayana” is probably going to reverberate from all bearings.
Chottanikkara Temple is a standout amongst the most prevalent sanctuaries in Kerala with regards to the engineering of the Hindu hallowed places. The managing divinity of this sanctuary is Chottanikkara Devi who is venerated in three unique structures (as Saraswati in the morning; as Lakshmi at twelve; hung in blood red; and as Durga at night) at three distinct times of the day. Master Shiva is likewise loved in this sanctuary. On the east side of Chottanikkara called “Keezhkkaavu” sanctuary, the Guruthi Pooja held each night to conjure the Goddess is an a significant thing to witness here.