Kadampuzha Devi Temple

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Kadampuzha Devi Temple
Kadampuzha Devi Temple, Kadampuzha, Kuttippuram
Coordinates: 10°56′33″N 76°02′40″E / 10.94246°N 76.04453°E / 10.94246; 76.04453Coordinates: 10°56′33″N 76°02′40″E / 10.94246°N 76.04453°E / 10.94246; 76.04453
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Kadampuzha Devi Temple is a Hindu temple and pilgrimage center at Kadampuzha in Malappuram district, Kerala, India. The temple is dedicated to goddess Durga (Form of Goddess Parvati), a Devi. There is no idol in the temple, and the Goddess is worshipped in a pit. There are also shrines for Sastha and Serpent deities, along with the worship of Ganapathi, Narasimha and Sudarshana. There is also a Shiva temple nearby, called 'Madambiyarkavu'. The temple, owned by Malabar Devaswom Board under the Government of Kerala, is administered through a trust consisting of the Hindu-Variar family and non hereditary co-opted trustees. It is the richest temple under Malabar Devaswom Board.

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