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Vayilyamkunnu Bhagavathi Temple, Kerala
Vayillyam Kunnu Bhagavathi Temple, dedicated to Thirumanthamkunnu Bhagavathy, is located in Katampazhipuram in Kerala. Every year the temple celebrates the Vayillyamkunnu Pooram festival.
 
 Vayillyam Kunnu Bhagavathi Temple, an ancient Hindu temple, is located in Katampazhipuram in the Indian state of Kerala. The temple, dedicated to Thirumanthamkunnu Bhagavathy, is situated at a distance of almost 24 kms away from Palakkad on the way to Cherpulassery.

Vayillyam Kunnu Bhagavathi Temple celebrates its festival Vayillyamkunnu Pooram every year on a grand scale with great enthusiasm and gusto. The festival is celebrated in the Malayalam month of Kumbham i.e. during Feb 15-March 15 attracting pilgrims from different sections of the society.

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(Last Updated on : 08/03/2013)
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