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MUZHAKKUNNU MRIDANGA SAILESWARI TEMPLE

Muzhakkunnu Mridanga saileswari Temple is one of the most famous Devi (DURGA) temples in Kerala... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
sreedevc
The ambiance of the temple is very good and a reverence to the deity is automatically generated

We were told that the deity there is very powerful and there are few stories depicting the might of... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Muzhakkunnu Mridanga saileswari Temple is one of the most famous Devi (DURGA) temples in Kerala. The lady form of KADHAKALI originated from Muzhakkunnu by Kottayam rajavu. This temple is believed to be the family temple of Veera Pazassirajah.

1  Thank sreedevc
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We were told that the deity there is very powerful and there are few stories depicting the might of the Devi. We went by car and although the premises are very attractive, the access is a bit tough for a few meters. It is a...More

2  Thank vrg09
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Muzhakkunnu Mridanga saileswari Temple is one of the most famous Devi DURGA temples in Kerala. his temple is believed to be the family temple of Veera Pazassiraja

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Reviewed 15 June 2018 via mobile

This is a very small Devi temple situated about 40 km from Thalassery Kerala. This temple being located in a very nondescript village in Kerala rose to fame by a talk on the strength and power of this Godess by a prominent DGP who had...More

1  Thank binithasajith
Reviewed 18 April 2018

This temple is bit far from Kannur but worth visiting if you are a devotee. You can find peace and serenity once you finish the visit.

1  Thank rajuma2015
Reviewed 5 April 2018

An old temple at Muzhakunnu , a 90 minutes drive from Kannur town, that was in shambles and not maintained for many years till attempts were made by robbers to steal the idol. Thrice they tried and thrice they gave up half way through as...More

6  Thank RBALACHANDRAN
Reviewed 4 March 2018

Really an amazing trip to Muzhakkunnu through the villages still have the real nature beauty even in 2018. Reached there before noon and had a great feel of silence and traditional temple. Had Darshan and felt Devi's Blessings with me.

1  Thank Ross V
Reviewed 1 March 2018 via mobile

I went with my parents, wife and son and it was a peaceful place. Better to visit on weekdays as it would be less crowded and I generally prefer quiet temples

Thank Sreenivasan R
Reviewed 4 February 2018 via mobile

I read a lot about the temple. This is a very old temple. Lot of stories abound in the net, if you care to search for it. Of late the temple has been attracting quite a crowd, including yours truly for a variety of reasons....More

Thank sgthampi
Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

Mrudanga Saileswari devi makes the impossible possible. Tucked in the valley of Purali hills, in the calm and quiet village of Muzhakkunnu in Kannur district, the powerful devi encircles you with a feeling that you are being protected by devi thereon...A lakh visitors pouring in...More

2  Thank Smashcbe
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