Temple and Office Timings

Sunday, Tuesday, Friday 05:30AM to 11:30AM 05:30AM to 12:00PM
Other Days 05:30AM to 10:30AM 05:30AM to 11:30AM
Evening 05:30PM to 07:30PM 04:30PM to 08:00PM


The Meenkulathi Temple is located in Pallassana, a village in southern India.

Meenkulathikkavu is the oldest temple in Pallassena. Tradition has it that centuries ago three families belonging to the Veerasaiva Mannadiar clan worshipped the goddess Meenakshi as their deity.

The structure is built in the Kerala style. It is constructed in such a way that the shadow of the wall never falls on the ground. There are two entrances, one in the north and the other in the west. The temple tank is next to the western entrance.

Navarathri, Karthigai, Mandala Vilakku, Maasi Thiruvizha, Pallivettai and Bhairava Pooja are the most celebrated events in the temple. The eight-day maasi festival includes Ottamthullal and Kathakali programs depicting scenes from the Ramayana and

Mahabharata. It is customary that the deity's sword and lamp are taken in procession by the descendants of the youths who stood guard over the valuables and the palm leaf umbrella.

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