Kerala | Trivandrum Temples
Attukal  Bhagavathy Temple
The Attukal Bhagavathy Temple, one of the ancient temples of South India, is popularly described as Sabarimala of the Women, as women form the major portion of devotees. The pilgrims from all over the country, who visit Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple and worship the Lord, do not consider their visits complete without a visit to the shrine of the supreme Mother Attukalamma. The Pongala Mahotsavam is the most important festival of Attukal Bhagavathy Temple. For more information log on to:
Karikkakom Sree Chamundi  Temple
It is one of the most ancient and renowned shrines of Kerala. The temple stands as a legacy of our ancient culture, where thousands of devotees come every day to offer their prayers regardless of caste, creed and race.  In the main shrine rests the Goddess and on the north side are the shrines of awesome Rektha Chamundi, Bala Chamundi and other Sub shrines of Sastha, Vinayaka and Yogiswaran. Yakshi Amma, Bhuvaneswari, Ayiravalli etc are also there.
Laloo Kavu Temple
In Kilimanoor Attingal route hear Kilimanoor of Trivandrum District situates the east facing Vana Durga (goddess of forest).  The temple is having one time pooja and located inside 24 acre land. 
Manikandeswaram Siva Temple
It is about 8 km from Thiruvananthapuram at Manikandeswaram junction, the famous temple is located. Thiruvathira in the month of Dhanu, Sapthaham in the month of Makara etc are the major festivals here.
Mukkolackal Sree Varaham Bhagavathy Temple
2 km from the immemorial Sri Padmanabha Swamy temple towards south west at Srivaraham, situates this very famous Goddess temple of Kerala.  The main idol is calm minded Goddess and sub deities are Mahaganapathy, Nagar, and Brahma Rakshas. 
Nannattukkavu Kalabhairava Bhoothathan Thamburan Temple
Nannattukkavu Sree Kalabhairava Bhoothathan Thamburan Temple situates in Pothencode of Thiruvananthapuram district. The Deity of this temple is unique and prominent because it integrates all the manifestations of Lord Sree Parameswara.
Neyyattinkara Sree Krishna Temple
Marthanda Varma established this temple in the year 1755. There is a very old jackfruit tree in the temple premises, which is called Ammachiplavu and is very famous. The presiding deity is Sree Krishna.
Padmanabha Swamy Temple
Located inside the East Fort, this Vaishnava temple is very famous in India attracting countless devotees from all parts.  Dedicated to Lord Vishnu sleeping on Anantha, the Serpent King, this temple is a rare blend of Dravidian architecture and the Kerala style.  
Sivagiri Ashram
The Sivagiri Mutt is an Ashram founded by the great Hindu reformer and philosopher, Sree Narayana Guru. The Guru breathed his last here in 1928 AD; his Samadhi (resting place) continues to be thronged by thousands every year. The Sivagiri pilgrimage is conducted in between December 30 and January 1
Sree Pazhanchira Devi Temple
This temple is situated in Ananthapuri by the side of Kovalam road on the Paravankunnu.  According to the belief of the people it is almost 700 years old and was installed by a Siddha yogi who worshipped the Devi.  Gradually this place was converted into a temple and a place was given to the Yogi on the western side of the Sree Kovil.
Sreekantan Sastha Temple
8 kilometers away from the Thiruvananthapuram Railway station is the Vattiyoor Kavu of Sree Sastha overflowing with the presence of the God.  In this Temple besides Sastha there are Ganapathy, Siva, Subramanyan, Durga Devi, Nagas and Brahma Rakshas.
Udiyannoor Devi Temple
This famous major temple of Udiyannoor Devi is situated on the banks of Killiyar at north eastern part of Thiruvananthapuram city.   The temple complex contains structures having architectural excellence. Within the sanctum sanctorum (Sreekovil), which faces north, is the glorious idol of the supreme mother of the Universe resplendent with four arms and effugent face depicting motherly affection.  This idol is a combination of Saiva and Vaishnava features as is evident from the weapons in the four hands.
Varkala Janardhana Temple
This temple is situated on the seashore in Varkala at Trivandrum district and is a Mahakshetra. The presiding deity is Vishnu, and the idol including the lotus shaped platform is six feet in height. The sanctum sanctorum is round in shape and is facing east. 
Vellayani Sree Bhadrakali Temple
Vellayani Sree Bhadrakali Temple is one of the ancient temples in Kerala. The temple is 800 years old.  This temple has a great specialty that the priesthood of the temple, the only temple under Travancore Devaswom Board, belongs to Viswakarma community.