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Alleppey Mullakkal Goddess temple courtyard is open to Non Hindus too. A very interesting temple to visit at morning. Please make sure that there is somebody with you to advice you to follow the customs in the temple.
The temple is managed and owned by Kerala Devasom Board.
The Mullakkal Devi Temple, in the centre of the town, is linked to the legends of the goddess who is believed to have appeared at the site many times to care for a jasmine plant. Each year there is a 41 day festival called Mullakkal Chirappu out of which last 12 days are the most important, the festival starts by mid November and ends by last Week of December.
It situated in the heart of Alleppey town, Kerala, India.
- Mullakkal Devi temple traditional temple building style of Kerala
- temple with no roof over the sanctum
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