Kalpathoor Paradevatha Temple
Kalpathoor Paradevatha Temple is a popular Hindu temple located in the town of Kalpathoor in the southern state of Kerala, India. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Paradevatha, an incarnation of the Hindu goddess Shakti. The temple's main deity is a beautiful idol of the goddess, made of pure gold.
The temple has a rich history and is believed to have been built by the ancient Chera dynasty. The architecture of the temple is a fine example of traditional Kerala style with intricate carvings and murals adorning the walls. The temple is also known for its grand festivals, especially the annual Pongala festival, which attracts thousands of devotees from all over the country.
The temple is not only a religious center but also a cultural hub, where various art forms and traditional rituals are performed. The temple's serene surroundings and spiritual ambiance make it a popular destination for those seeking peace and tranquility.
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