Mezhuveli Temple

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Mezhuveli Anandabhootheshawara Temple
Geography
Coordinates 9°17′17″N 76°41′19″E / 9.28806°N 76.68861°E / 9.28806; 76.68861Coordinates: 9°17′17″N 76°41′19″E / 9.28806°N 76.68861°E / 9.28806; 76.68861
Country India
State/province Kerala
District Pathanamthitta District
History and governance
Temple board devasam board

Mezhuveli Anandabhootheshawara Temple is situated at the heart of Mezhuveli village in Pathanamthitta District. This temple was built by the villagers under the leadership of famous social reformer and poet Sri.Muloor S.Padmanabha Panicker. This century old temple was built on a place called ‘Tholekavu’ which was surrounded by a small hill called ‘Meenchirakkal Hill’ on the southern side, ‘Ambottimodi’ also called ‘Kailasam’ on the east, a beautiful stream flowing on the western side near “Pottanmala’ and at the north side ‘Padmanabhan Kunnu’, a small hill. Tholekavu was a small forest, which is believed to be a part of the Pandalam Kingdom.

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Ayyappa temple situated about 8 km from Mezhuveli

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