Welcome to Kannampully Temple
Kannampulli Sree Maha Kameshwara Temple, the renowned abode of Kameshwara Moorthy is situated in Erimayur, Alathur, in Palakakad district of Kerala state.
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On first Sunday of Malayalam month makaram (January) every year, women and transgender are allowed to offer Nedyapooja and Arathi to Thampuran.
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About Us

Kannampully Sree Maha Kameshwara Temple, the renowned abode of Kameshwara Moorthy is situated in Erimayur, Alathur, in Palakakad district of Kerala state. This north-facing temple enshrines the biggest Shiva Linga in Kerala. The lord Shiva here is reverently called. “Kannampully Thampuran”. Beside the Shiva Lingam on the right side is seated Goddess Annapoorneshwari with four arms. The uniqueness of this temple lies in the fact that the sanctum-sanctorum is an eight-petalled, double –door shrine(Ashtadhala, Chakra Shreekovil) which is only one of its kind.

Ravidina Madhyahna Pooja

Emotional sensivity is the cause of Suffering, Eradication and Salvation from suffering is possible only with the Union of GOD. Meditation is the path which leads to the commune of Infinity.
Sunday Noon Meditation and counselling is the most important Tantric ritual at Kannampully Temple. Filling mind with positive vitality of Activeness and Stillness is its uniqueness
and distintiveness.
Devotees of various physical and mental states of negativity will regain positiveness with this Noon – Meditation.
The Divine counselling with soothing words of Thampuran from the Chief Priest will replace ambiguity with clarity. This Activation of Mind in lieu of Prostration of Desires and Thoughts is the Blessings of Kannampully Thampuran-
The Devotees who reach the temple before the Midday Pooja @11AM can takepart in the Meditation and Pooja.

Ulsavam

There are four Festivals at Kannampully in a year each is unquie in its own nature. Nataraja Natanolsavam, Rajarajeswara RagoIsavam, Kameswara Kamolsavam and Kairatherswara Kiratholsavam are these festivals.
During these eleven days of festivity, each Bhava (disposition/State of body and mind) of the LORD is attributed to each day of the festivals. This bhava is the depiction of Nature itself.This experience and nature consciousness is the panacea of all Human sufferings.

Seek It-Know It-Feel It

Aathurasrayam

Liberation from sorrows and attainment of happiness is the ultimate goal of human being. This leads every prayers, doing rituals and offerings to God Head. But spirituality without humanity will not yield fruit. Ecstasy, the status of God-realization cannot be attained merely by reading Vedic books, chanting Mantras or even penance, but by the way of Karma yoga only, which means service to mankind is service to God. Uniting human consciousness with Gods cosmic consciousness is devotion.

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Versetile dance forms are presented from different places.