Thaliyadichapuram Sree Mahadeva Temple
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|Thaliyadichapuram Sree Mahadeva Temple|
|Proper name||Thaliyadichapuram Sree Mahadeva Kshetram|
|Primary deity||mahadeva shiva.|
|Important festivals||Shiva Rathri|
|Architectural styles||Dravidian architecture (Kovil)|
Thaliyadichapuram Sree Mahadeva Temple is a Hindu temple located in Nemom, 7 km from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The word 'Thali' refers to a Shiva temple; however, the temple complex also houses shrines Lord Ganesh, Lord Ayyappa and Nagaraja.
This temple is one of the few Thali temples in Kerala. near the temple there is a pond [kolam]. As of 2014 the temple is run by Travancore devasom board.
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