Arattupuzha Temple

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Arattupuzha Temple
Aarattupuzha shree dharma sastha temple.JPG
Country: India
State: Kerala
District: Thrissur District
Location: Arattupuzha
Architecture and culture
Primary deity: Ayyappan
Important festivals: Devamela Arattupuzha Pooram
Architectural styles: Kerala

The Arattupuzha Temple is a Hindu temple situated at Arattupuzha in Thrissur district of Kerala in India. The Temple is administered by Cochin Devaswom Board.[1]


Accoding to legends, the antiquity of this temple dates back 3,000 years. The temple has been the host of the most ancient and well-known yearly Devamela a festival when all gods and goddesses assemble at Arattupuzha. It is believed that the deity of Arattupuzha temple is the embodiment of the divine potential of Guru Vasishta, the great master of Lord Sree Rama.[2][3][4]


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  4. ^ "Arattupuzha Temple". MustseeIndia. Retrieved 2013-10-02.