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Kodungalloor Bharani

Kodungalloor Bharani is celebrated in the honor of the snowy past of Kodungalloor which was the ancient capital of Kerala, the Kodungalloor Bharani in Kerala is a much awaited festival of Kerala celebrated annually in the state. The festival is rooted to Kodungalloor Bhagavathi Temple; which incidentally is one of the richest temples in India.

Kodungalloor Bharani Festival Celebration

The ceremony of Kodungalloor Bharani marks the birth of Bhadrakali, an avatar of Shakti who was considered to be born from the third eye of Samhara Rudra or the angered form of Lord Shiva. As stories say that it would have it Bhadrakali went on to kill the demon Darika. The festival attracts thousands of devotees every year. This festival is celebrated in the Malyalam month of Meenam which falls between March and April. Devotees offer flowers and prasadam to the Goddess as respect.

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