Puthucode Annapoorneshwari Temple,
Palakkad, Kerala 🚩
#keralatemples
अन्नपूर्णे सदापूर्णे शङ्करप्राणवल्लभे 
ज्ञानवैराग्यसिद्ध्यर्थं भिक्षां देहि च पार्वति 

Temple is also called Puthukode Bhaghavathy Kshetram
Parasurama did Prathishta of Devi here. Temple is one amoung 👇

108 Durga temples
Navarathri festival is celebrated in a grant manner here. Annadanam is done daily on these days. The Idichu pizhinja payasam/ Chathachatayam is the main nivedyam in Annapoorneswari temple during Navarathri.
In the mornings, Devi Mahatmyam and Sundarakandam are
recited here daily.
Sri Godavarma Raja gifted lots of rice fields for the maintenance of the temple.
Annapoorneshwari holds Shanku and Chakra in her hands. Puthucode Annapoorneswari Temple is managed by the Naduvil Madom Devaswom.
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Hi! I'm Keith and I will be post-tweeting today, Thursday, January 20, 2022, Cuyahoga County Equity Commission Meeting ("CCECM") that started at 10:00 AM for @cledocumenters #CLEdocumenters & @NeighborUpCle

The Cuyahoga County Equity Commission Meeting may be watched here,

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Note: it is live-streamed via youtube.

The Composition and the Duties of the Equity Commission may be reviewed here,

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CCECM's agenda for Thursday, January 20, 2022,

https://t.co/nAUCjvntVW


I. CCECM was called to order at 10:04 AM by Chair David Merriman.

II. Roll Call occurred, those present:

Sheeba Marshall, Department of Human Resources
Lenora Lockett, Department of Equity and Inclusion
Vaughn Johnson, Department of Development

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