Mangottu Bhagavathi Temple
#Palakkad #Kerala
#keralatemples 🚩

Mangottu Bhagavathi Temple is situated in Athipotta near Alathur of palakkad district. Devi is kshipraprasadi here and grants relief to those who worship with full faith.
Mookken Chathen, situated on the Northern 👇

side of the temple, is guarding Devi here.
Story says that, once there lived a weaver named Kuttan who was a Devi Bhaktan. During one festival time Kuttan was so pleased by the Devi Vigraham that he requested her to come along with him. At that time wind blew heavily and Cloths
in Vigraham flew. Kuttan immediately decorated Devi with his cloth which stuck to Vigraham and returned to his village and with his Umbrella. Devi came with him in that Umbrella and stayed in his place. This place is Mangottu Bhagavathi temple now.

Amme Narayana
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Narayaneeyam Day is celebrated on 28th day of Malayalam month Vrishchikam. Narayaneeyam is the condensed form of Srimad Bhagavatam, written by Narayana Bhattatiri without leaving any essence of Bhagavatam & was submitted to Guruvayurappan on this day


Bhattatiri was a great devotee & scholar who lived in Guruvayur in Kerala. Narayana Bhattathiri had a Guru, Achyuta pisharadi, who had a severe attack of Rheumatism. Bhattathiri & with his prayers transferred guru's illness to him. Once, when Bhattathiri was unable to move, he


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Srimad Bhaghavatam which consists of 18000 sloka was condensed to 1034 slokas. He was 27 year old when Bhattadiri wrote Narayaneeyam. Thus on 100th day he was completely cured of illness. Particular Sloka of Narayaneeyam (Dasakam 8, Sloka 13) is a very powerful & also advised by


Sri Kanchi Maha Periyava for curing any illness. If one cannot recite Narayaneeyam completely are adviced to chant this sloka 21 times daily.

अस्मिन् परात्मन् ननु पाद्मकल्पे
त्वमित्थमुत्थापितपद्मयोनि: ।
अनन्तभूमा मम रोगराशिं
निरुन्धि वातालयवास विष्णो ॥

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