Ma, known as Rajarajeswari (Adiparashakti), is worshipped here in 3 forms-Saraswati in morning, Lakshmi at noon and Durga in evening.

There is a murti of Maha Vishnu on the same pedestal, together worshipped as Ammenarayana.

Legend says that Adi Shankaracharya Ji wanted to bring Ma Sharadamba to Kerala.
Ma followed him on the condition that he will not look back.
When he moved, he could hear only sound of anklets behind him. At a point, the sound stopped and he looked back. This place was Kollur.
Devi decided to stay there but on his request, she agreed to be present here as Saraswati in the morning.

Pavizhamalli thara is the moola sthana of Devi. She was moved to the current location by Villwamangalam Swamiyaar after the presence of Devi was discovered by locals.
There is an old mandir near the main one known as Kizhukkavu. People who feel haunted by evil spirits visit here.

The trees around the mandir are full of long nails.
When mental illness gets cured, people put a nail here.

Makom Thozhal is the most important festival.

More from Jaya_Upadhyaya

More from All

Ivor Cummins has been wrong (or lying) almost entirely throughout this pandemic and got paid handsomly for it.

He has been wrong (or lying) so often that it will be nearly impossible for me to track every grift, lie, deceit, manipulation he has pulled. I will use...

... other sources who have been trying to shine on light on this grifter (as I have tried to do, time and again:

Example #1: "Still not seeing Sweden signal versus Denmark really"... There it was (Images attached).
19 to 80 is an over 300% difference.


Example #2 - "Yes, I'm comparing the Noridcs / No, you cannot compare the Nordics."

I wonder why...

Tweets: /

Example #3 - "I'm only looking at what makes the data fit in my favour" a.k.a moving the goalposts.

Tweets: /

You May Also Like

1/ Here’s a list of conversational frameworks I’ve picked up that have been helpful.

Please add your own.

2/ The Magic Question: "What would need to be true for you

3/ On evaluating where someone’s head is at regarding a topic they are being wishy-washy about or delaying.

“Gun to the head—what would you decide now?”

“Fast forward 6 months after your sabbatical--how would you decide: what criteria is most important to you?”

4/ Other Q’s re: decisions:

“Putting aside a list of pros/cons, what’s the *one* reason you’re doing this?” “Why is that the most important reason?”

“What’s end-game here?”

“What does success look like in a world where you pick that path?”

5/ When listening, after empathizing, and wanting to help them make their own decisions without imposing your world view:

“What would the best version of yourself do”?