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This temple is situated on the Kannur-Payyannur route at Chirakkal Panchayat in Kannur District. Devotees have to alight at Puthiya Theru bus stop. It is an important temple of the Chirakkal Kovilagom.
Kanhirangad Vaidyanatha Temple
6kms from Taliparamba, in Taliparamba-Alakode route, in Pariyaram Panchayat of Kannur District on a small hill top situates this temple with Siva as the presiding deity, facing east.
Keezhur Mahadeva Temple
The Keezhur Mahadeva Temple is a very ancient temple belonging to North Malabar. It is situated in the Keezhur Chavassery Grama Panchayat which is in Thalassery Taluk, Kannur Dist. The Temple is 43 km away from Veerarajapetta of Karnataka while travelling by train from Kannur to Karnataka. The same distance is from Kannur and Thalassery railway station.
Kottiyoor temple is situated at the very place where Daksha Yaga was performed in ancient times. The 27 days Vaisaka festival of this temple starts in the chothi star of Malayalam month Edavam and ends in the chithira star of month Mithunam. It is believed that the rules of the Kottiyoor Temple festival were formulated by sage Parasurama. Those coming from the southern districts by train or bus have to alight at Thalassery and travel 64 km via Koothuparambu and Nedumboyil to reach Kottiyoor.
Madai Kavu Sree Bhadhrakali Temple
A famous Sree Bhadhrakali temple 20 kms north of Kannur at Eripuram of Payangadi is also known as Madai Kavu. History of this temple is related with Sree Rajarajaswara temple of Thalipparambu. Pooram festival of month Meenam is celebrated in Madai Kavu. Bathing in Vadukunnu river on this day is known as pooram kuli and is of great divine feelings to devotees.
Madayi Vadukunnu Siva Temple
This temple is situated in Madayi at Kannur district. The presiding deity Lord Siva is Swayamboo (self-origin) and is facing east.
Menapram Vettakkorumakan Temple
This temple is situated in Chokli on the Perengathoor – Kuttiyadi route from Thalaserry at Kannur district. Presiding deity is Vettakkorumakan facing north and the idol which is having a height of 6 feet is of Dharu. On the right of the Sanctum Sanctorum is Durga and on the left is Bhadrakali.
Parassinikadavu Sree Muthappan Temple
The Parassini Muthappan temple is a prime pilgrimage center in North Kerala, situated in the district of Kannur, 20 kms away from Kannur town, is a quiet retreat. To have the darshan of the powerful deity incarnate here, devotees throng from different regions of India and world.
Payyanur Sree Subramanya Swamy Temple
Among the Subramanya Swami temples of Kerala the one at Payyannur occupies the first position due to its size and fame. The main deity of the temple is Subramanya Swamy, it is 6ft tall. Facing the Sreekovil is the Mandapa where there is a ‘peedam’ and ‘Axe’ representing Sree Parasurama Swamy as the Sub deity. Outside the Nalambala ‘Pradikshina’ pathway are the shrines dedicated to the sub-deities Sree Maha Ganapathy, Dharma Shasta, Sree Kanya Bhagawathy and Bhoothatar.
Peralasseri Sree Subramanyaswamy Temple
Situated 16 km. south-east of Kannur at Peralasseri (on Keezhanthalli junction (on NH-17) Koothuparamba road) and thence 200m towards east, the temple is connected by tarred road. The Etakkatav River flows about a km. east of the temple. Facilities for stay are available at Peralasseri and also at Kannur.
Puthoor Siva Temple
This temple is situated at Puthoor in Peralam village, 18 kilometers away from Payyannur, on the Cheemeni – Kankol route in Kannur district.
Ramanthali Sankaranarayana Temple
It is the only Tali temple in Kerala where Sankaranarayana is consecrated and the God is installed in its full structure. The temple is situated in Ramanthali near Payyannur in Kannur district. The presiding deity is Sankaranarayanan, a six feets tall figure in Panchaloha. The right half side is Siva and left half side is Vishnu. The east facing temple has a Gajaprishta Sreekovil and three poojas are conducted.
Sree Arangam Mahadeva Temple
Arangam Mahadeva Temple is a very Ancient temple almost 2000 years old. People from different parts of the country come in large numbers to have darshan of Mahadeva. This temple is situated on the Thaliparambu-Udhayagiri route in Alakode panchayat at Kannur district. The presiding deity is Lord Siva, facing west.
Sree Chirakkakavu Bhagavathy Temple
This ancient temple of North Malabar is said to be 800 years old. It is situated in Kannur district and the place is known as Koduvalli along the Thalassery-Kannur route. The main deity is Bhagavathy believed to be the three Shakthis contained together as Kali, Saraswathi and Lakshmi. The idol faces the east and there poojas are performed.
Sree Pillayar Kovil Temple
Sree Pillayar Kovil was consecrated in the year 1835 by the Tamil Vellala Community. It is situated in the heart of Kannur Town, less than 1 k.m. from Kannur Railway Station. The main diety is Sree Varasidhi Vinayagar. The other deities in the temple are Sree Maha Vishnu, Nataraja, Subramania, Ayyappa, Hanuman and Nagaraja. Sree Pillayar Kovil is the first temple in the Malabar region to have the Navagraha Prathishta.
Sree Venkataramana Temple, Thayyil
Sri Venkatesh Bhat of Mangalore came to Cannanore and opened a small Bhajana cum Worship hall in the 17th century, which was earlier called Venkatesh Bhat’s Mutt. Later, the Prathistha of Sri Venkataramana was performed and shrine of Goddess Mahamaya was also built and it came to be known as Sree Venkataramana Temple. Sree Venkataramana Mahamaya Temple, Kannur is a sacred temple of about 400 years old, belonging to the G.S.B.Community.
Taliparamba Rajarajeswara Temple
This very ancient shrine is located in a quiet and picturesque region of Taliparamba in Kannur district of North Kerala. On the National Highway 17, Taliparamba is 23 kms north-east of kannur town, the headquarters of the district. The place is located about 83 kms south of Kasaragod town and about 133 kms south of Mangalore, the southern city of Karnataka State.
This temple is situated in Aalakode panchayat at Kannur district on the Payyannur – Cherupara route. The presiding deity is Lord Siva considered as Swayamboo (self-origin). Lord Siva facing west is considered to be very powerful here.
Thiruvangad Sree Ramaswami Temple
Thiruvangad Sree Ramaswami Temple is one of the four Shrines dedicated to Lord Sree Rama in Kerala. Located in an elevated plot of 2.75 hectares with an adjoining temple tank known as CHIRA which extends in an area of one hectare, the temple is within two kms away from Tellicherry Railway Station and Bus Stand.
Trichambaram Sree Krishna Temple
Trichambaram temple situates in Taliparamba of Kannur District. Main deity is Sree Krishna after the Kamsavadham (after the killing of Kamsa the King and uncle of Sreekrishna). The Krishna is supposed to be very hungry and so Nivedhyam (feeding) is done soon after opening the door of shrine.