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Devi is the Sanskrit word for Goddess, used mostly in Hinduism. Devi is synonymous with Shakti, the female aspect of the divine, as conceptualized by the Shakta tradition of Hinduism. She is the female counterpart without whom the male aspect, which represents consciousness or discrimination, remains impotent and void. Goddess worship is an integral part of Hinduism.Devi is, quintessentially, the core form of every Hindu Goddess. As the female manifestation of the supreme lord, she is also called Prakriti, as she balances out the male aspect of the divine addressed Purusha.

Devi is the supreme Being in the Shaktism tradition of Hinduism, while in the Smartha tradition, she is one of the five primary forms of God.In other Hindu traditions of Shaivism and Vaishnavism, Devi embodies the active energy and power of male deities (Purushas), such as Vishnu in Vaishnavism or Shiva in Shaivism. Vishnu's shakti counterpart is called Lakshmi, with Parvati being the female shakti of Shiva.



Many texts, myths and rituals concerning goddess subsume them all under one great female being, named generally as Mahadevi or Devi. Earliest Hindu tradition as reflected in the Vedas speak of discrete goddesses like Lakshmi and Parvati. Later, there emerged a tendency to relate all goddesses to one ultimate goddess, the best example of such texts being the Devi Mahatamaya. Another important feature of Mahadevi mythology and theology is the insistence that assumes both benign and terrible aspects of Mahadevi.


In Hindu pantheon, Durga is one of the most popular goddesses, and her creation takes place in the context of a cosmic crisis. The asuras were on the ascent, and they had become a threat to cosmic stability. The male gods were unable to contain and subdue them. A number of male gods having failed to subdue the demons led by Mahishasura, assembled into a conclave and emitted their energies upon Uma/Parvati, the wife of Shiva, who became the warrior goddess, Durga, that is, the invincible.Vedic literature does not have any particular goddess matching the concept of Durga though it has references to certain goddesses as slayers of demons. Taitriya-aranyaka mentions Durga, but not in a manner comparable to Durga of later Hinduism. Around 4th century AD, images of Durga slaying Mahishasura begin to become common in many palaces in the Indian subcontinent. At a certain point in her history, Durga became associated with Shiva as his wife, and she acquired homely characters in this role. This is often characterized in her iconography in which she is shown flanked by four deities, two of which are identified as her children: Karttikeya, Ganesh.The theology underlying Durga’s emergence and exploits are revealed in Devi Mahatmyam, the most famous text extolling her exploits, and is described: "Though she is eternal, the goddess becomes manifest over and over again to protect the world". This makes her on par with various avatars of Vishnu. One of the most famous festivals associate with her is Durga Puja celebrated in the month of Ashvin (September-October), and is also called Navaratri festival.


Saraswati, the flowing one, is one of the most celebrated goddesses from the Vedic period through current times. She has been repeatedly mentioned in the Rig Veda, and has been identified with the Saraswati River. Over a period of time, in later Hinduism, her connection with a river decreased considerably, and she is no longer a goddess who embodies sacrality of a river, but has acquired her independent history and attributes. She is the goddess of speech and learning, and is the creator of Sanskrit, the language of the Vedas. She is the consort of Brahma , the creator and member of the Hindu Trinity. She is equally revered by Hindus, Jains and the Buddhists. Her iconography depicts her association with art, science and culture, which is dramatically different from some other major goddesses who are identified with fertility, wealth, and battles. She is shown as having four arms, and the most common items held by her in her hands are a book, a vina (lute), a mala, and a water pot. The book signified art, science and learning; the vina associates her with music and performing arts; and the prayer beads and water pot signify her association with religious rites. She is worshipped on the first day of the spring according to Hindu calendar, called the Basant Panchami.

Sri Lakshmi

Sri, commonly known as Lakshmi and also called Sri Lakshmi, is one of the most popular and widely worshiped Goddesses in Hindu tradition since pre-Buddhist period. She has a considerable body of mythology and history. The earliest legend states that Sri is born as a result of austerities of Prajapati, and she represents ten qualities and objects, namely, food, royal power, universal sovereignty, knowledge, power, holy luster, kingdom, fortune, bounteousness, and beauty.The earliest Vedic literature does not have any goddess named Sri Lakshmi or Lakshmi, but Sri appears in several Vedic hymns, and Sri is indicative of several positive attributes including beauty, glory, power, capability, and higher rank. In later Vedic literature, Sri signified the ruling power and the majesty of kings. Sri-Sukta, a hymn appended to the Rig Veda, is a famous Vedic chant, extolling Sri, and presents a detailed account of her, both conceptually and visually. The hymn also associates her with lotus and elephant – an association, which has not changed in subsequent history. By the late epic period (400 AD), Lakshmi became associated with Vishnu, and emerged as his wife or consort, and acquired - in addition to her earlier attributes - characteristics of a model wife. She is worshiped on Diwali, a new moon night, to symbolize that her presence is enough to dispel all the darkness from the hearts of her devotees.


Parvati is the daughter of the mountains (the Himalayas), and manifests the aspect of the goddess as the wife of Shiva. She is generally considered a benign goddess. She is one of the principal deities of Shaktism and sometimes considered the essence of Shakti herself, i.e. Adi Shakti. She has been identified as a reincarnation of Dakshayani or Sati, Shiva’s first wife, who destroyed her by self-immolation because her father, Daksha, had insulted Shiva. Parvati, when depicted alongside Shiva appears with two arms, but when alone, she is shown having four arms, and riding a tiger or lion. She is also known by a number of other names, including Durga (Goddess Beyond reach)Ambika (mother), Gauri (golden), Shyama (dark complexioned), Bhavani (Mother of Universe) Bhairavi (awesome) and Kali (black-colored or Goddess of Time). She is also identified as Mahadevi. In classical Hindu mythology, the raison d’être of Parvati, and before that of Sati, is to lure Shiva into marriage and thus into a wider circle of worldly affairs. With the plays of Kalidas (5th-6th centuries) and the Puranas (4th through the 13th centuries) the myths of Sati, Parvati and Shiva acquired comprehensive details.


Kali is one of the most significant divinities, and many texts and contexts treat Kali as an independent deity, not directly associated with a male god. In case she is associated with a male god, it is invariably Shiva. In this aspect, she represents the omnipotent Shakti of Shiva. She holds both the creative and destructive power of time. The earliest reference to Kali in Hindu tradition date back to the 6th century, and locate her in the battle fields fighting asuras. Her temples are recommended to be built away from human habitations. Vana Bhatta's 7th century drama Kadambari features a goddess named Chandi, an epithet of both Kali and Durga.Kali’s most famous appearance in battle contexts are found in the Devi Mahatmya when during the battle with asuras, Durga becomes angry. Her face turns pitch dark, and suddenly Kali springs forth from Durga’s forehead. She is black, wears a garland of human heads, is clothed in a tiger skin, and wields a staff topped by a human skull. She destroys the asuras. Later, Durga seeks her assistance once more to annihilate Raktabija. Kali’s mythology recounts several such appearances, mostly in terrible aspects.


Mahavidyas, that is, the supreme knowledge, revelations and manifestations, refer to a group of ten goddesses. They constitute an important aspect of Mahadevi theology, which emphasizes that the Devi has a tendency to manifest and display herself in a variety of forms and aspects. Mahavidyas find no mention in the earliest Hindu texts, but appeared relatively late in Hindu tradition. According to some scholars,[who?] they are actually ten Tantric goddesses and parts of Kali, personifying her different facets. Seven of them represent creative forces embodies in Kali, and the remaining three embody her destructive nature and aspects. In the context of Hindu mythology, the origin of the ten Mahavidyas takes place in the story of Sati and Shiva.Ten Mahavidyas are: Kali, Tara, Chinnamasta, Bhuvanesvari, Bagla, Dhumavati, Kamla, Matangi, Sodasi, and Bhairavi.


Navadurga which literally means nine Durgas, constitute, according to Hindu mythology, the manifestation of Durga in nine different forms. Navadurga are famously worshipped during the Autumn Navaratri or the Nine days, initiating the devotees into a period of festivities according to Hindu calendar.

Others aspects


Sita is one of the most popular divinities of Hinduism. Currently, Sita is associated with Rama (an avatar of Vishnu) as his wife, and she receives worship along with her husband Rama. She is one of the many incarnations of Lakshmi. A female divinity called Sita was known before the Ramayana of Valmiki. Sita literally means “furrow”, that is, the line made while plowing the land, and in Vedic period, she was one of the goddesses associated with fertility. The Kausik-sutra and the Paraskara-sutra associates her repeatedly as the wife of Parjanya (a god associated with rains) and Indra. She emerged as a significant divinity with Valmiki’s Ramayana, written sometime between 200 BC and 200 AD, and various vernacular renditions of the same, with slightly modified contents, over next several centuries. These texts extol Rama and Sita as the divine couple, and countless mythology, legend, and folklores revolve around them. Sita is always represented in association with Rama, her husband, and Rama is central to her life and existence. She has the dominant role of all Hindu mythological tradition as far as the portrayal of ideal woman and ideal wife is concerned. She represents wifely devotion, forbearance and chastity. She overshadows several other divine Hindu wives including Parvati and Lakshmi, and other similar devoted wives of Hindu mythology like Savitri and Damayanti.Her current history states that she emerged from the earth when king Janaka was plowing the field during a ritual to invoke rains. She was married to Rama, was abducted by Ravana, reclaimed by Rama, and then banished out of his kingdom. In the forests, in an ashram of Valmiki, she raised her two sons, Kusha and Lava, who engaged the royal forces of Rama and inflicted heavy damage. Rama himself comes to fight with them, when Valmiki told him that they were his own sons. Rama requests Sita to come back, but remembering the injustices meted out to her, she called her mother Earth to receive her back, the ground opens up and she returned to where she had originally emerged.


Radha, which means prosperity and success, is one of the Gopis of Vrindavan, and is a central figure of Vaishnava theology. Early literature speaks of a favourite Gopi of Krishna, but her details emerge clearly centuries later. Jayadeva’s Gitagovinda (12th century) presents a full depiction of Radha and her association with Krishna. In fact, Radha is the original manifestation of Param(Adi) Shakti, which is the supreme energy in the Hindu religion. She is same as mother Sita, who partial incarnations are Lakshmi, Durga and Saraswati. In order to please God, one has to first please Adi Shakti. In Devi Bhagavata, it is mentioned that she is the one who fulfills all the desires of all creatures by simply crying while remembering her. She is the source of all energies. Traditionally, Radha’s love for Krishna is likened to human soul’s yearning for God, and she is regarded as an ultimate model for devotees. Her role is also to be an intermediary between man and God.


Matrikas, that is, the mothers, are a band of divinities, which always appear in a group.

Shakti Peethas

Another important aspects of the Female divine are the various Shakti Peethas spread all across the nation, where over 51 body parts of Devi Sati, first wife of Lord Shiva fell after being broken apart by the Sudarshana Chakra of Lord Vishnu. Goddess Sati had earlier performed self-immolation at the ceremonial feast of her father king Daksha and an enraged and inconsolable Lord Shiva was wandering all over the Creation, with her dead body, threatening its very existence. Each point on the earth where her body parts fell is now venerated as a Shakti Peetha - the seat of Shakti or female power.

  List of Bhagavathy Temples in Kerala District Remarks
  Akathethara Chathankulangara Temple    
  Agalpady Durgaparameswary Temple Kasargod  
  Angadikavu bhagavathy temple Thrissur Kali as Vana Durga
  Adukkathu bhagavathy temple Kasargod Mahishasuramardini
  Adukkalakunnu bhagavathy Kasargod Durga (mirror image)
  Aniyoor durga Trivandrum Bala Durga
  Anthikadu karthyani Thrissur Karthyani devi
  Amballoorkavu bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Amakkavu bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Amarankavu vanadurga    
  Amma Thiruvadi Thrissur Durga
  Anchumana Bhagavathy Eranakulam  
  Aykunnu durga    
  Ayroor pisharikkal durga Eranakulam Bhadrakali
  Ayroor pudiyakavu bhadrakali Pathanamthitta Bhadrakali
  Aylu durga parameswari Kasargod Mahishasuramardini
  Ayyanthole karthiyani Thrissur Karthyani
  Ayyamkunnu bhagavathy Kasargod Bhagavathy
  Arakurussi udayan kunnu bhagavathy Palakkad Bhagavathy
  Arayankavu bhagavathy Eranakulam Bhadrakali
  Arikadi Ali Chammundi Kasargod Chammundi
  Ariyannur harikanyaka Thrissur Harikanyaka
  Aruvikkara bhagavathy    
  Aruvakkad Devi    
  Aroor karthiyani Eranakulam Durga
  Avanamgattu bhagavathy    
  Azhakiyakavu bhagavathy Eranakulam  
  Azhakodikavu bhadrakali Calicut  
  Azhagam devi Thrissur  
  Azhikulangara bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Azhikodu pudiyakavu    
  Azhiyur bhagavathy    
  Aathinadu sakthikulangara bhagavathy    
  Adampallikavu bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Anakulangara devi    

Anikadu bhagavathy

Kottayam Young age of Kali
  Amballurkavu bhadrakali    
  Ambasserikavu bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Amakkavu bhagavathy    
  Aarangottukara karthiayini    
  Aaramkunnathukavu vanadurga    
  Aariyankavu bhadrakali    
  Aattingal thiruvarattukavu bhagavathy Trivandrum  
  Aattipuzhakkavu bhagavathy Eranakulam  
  Aattukaal bhagavathy Trivandrum  
  Aattur kathiyiani Thrissur  
  Aalangattukkavu bhagavathy    
  Aalathoor perumkulam pavodi mariyamman    
  Aalamthuruthi durga Pathanamthitta  
  Aalparakkavu bhagavathy    
  Brahmapuram Sree Mahalakshmi Pratyangira Temple Trivandrum Pratyangira
  Chakkulathukavu durga Pathanamthitta  
  Changanassery kavu    
  Chambhakkara bhagavathy    
  Chammanadu bhadrakali Alappuzha  
  Chamakkavu vanadurga    
  Chamakavu bhagavathy    
  Chala bhagavathy    
  Chazhoor bhagavathy    
  Chirakkal bhagavathy    
  Chirakkal kavu bhagavathy    
  Chirangara bhagavathy    
  Chiravarampathukavu bhadrakali    
  Chittanda karthiayani    
  Chittoorkavu bhadrakali Palakkad  
  Chittoor pazhayanoor kavu bhagavathy    
  Cheermakavu bhadrakali    
  Cheeramkulangara bhagavathy    
  Chembukkavu Karthiayani    
  Chuttumala durga    
  Chuzhali bhagavathy    
  Choorakkottukavu bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Choorakodu bhagavathy    
  Chenganam kunnu bhagavathy    
  Chengalathukavu devi Kottayam  
  Chengalathukavu bhadrakali    
  Chenginikottu kavu vanadurga    
  Chettikulangara bhagavathy Alappuzha  
  Chinakattur bhagavathy Palakkad Bhadrakali
  Chenthitta devi    
  Chembhookavu karthiayani Thrissur  
  Chemmazhikottukavu bhadrakali    
  Cherukunnu anapoorneswari kannur  
  Cherukulangara bhagavathy    
  Cherumpattakavu Devi Palakkad  
  Cherunettoori bhagavathy    
  Cheruvallikavu bhadrakali    
  Cheruvaloor kootala bhagavathy    
  Chetiyalakkal bhagavathy    
  Cherthala karthiayani Alappuzha  
  Cherpu bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Cheranellur bhagavathy Eranakulam  
  Cherikandi bhagavathy    
  Cheranpattakavu durga    
  Chovakkavu bhadrakali    
  Chovannoor sava madam bhagavathy    
  Chottanikkara bhagavathy Eranakulam Raja Rajeswari
  Erattakulangara durga    
  Eringolkavu durga    
  Erivetti karikkalikavu    
  Elanjimel vallikavu bhadrakali    
  Elambulasseri malisseri kavu bhadrakali    
  Elavumthitta devi    
  Elangavu bhadrakali Kottayam  
  Elangavu bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Elamboorkavu vanadurga    
  Elavathukkal bhagavathy    
  Ennakkadu devi Alappuzha Durga
  Eerattingal bhagavathy    
  Edakkunni durga    
  Edathrakkavu vanadurga    
  Edanadu durga    
  Eranelloor lakshmi narasimham    
  Elavalli durga    
  Elavoor puthan kavu    
  Eeyyal karthiayani    
  Ethenuur maruthi bhagavathy    
  Emmor bhagavathy Palakkad Hemambika
  Ezhamkulam devi    
  Ezhipuram durga    
  Onakkoor bhagavathy    
  Onamkunnu bhagavathy    
  Ollukavu bhadrakali    
  Olarikkara bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Karkadakathu kavu durga    
  Kadaparambathukavu bhadrakali    
  Kadambanadu bhagavathy    
  Kadamberi chuzhali bhagavathy    
  Kadammanitta bhagavathy    
  Kadalasseri pisharikkal bhagavathy    
  Kannannur bhagavathy    
  Kannmbrakkavu bhagavathy    
  Kanichikulangara bhagavathy    
  Kannanpuzha bhagavathy    
  Kandakurumbakkavu bhadrakali    
  Kadatharkavu bhagavathy    
  Kandothidam someswari    
  Kammadathu bhagavathy Kasargod  
  Karazhma Devi Alappuzha  
  Karikulangara bhagavathy    
  Kariganchira bhagavathy    
  Karipookkavu bhagavathy    
  Kariyanattukavu durga    
  Karivellur muchilottukavu bhagavathy Kannur  
  Karumala bhagavathy    
  Karuvanthala bhavathy    
  Kalloopara bhagavathy    
  Kallekulangara hemabhika Palakkad Hemabika
  Kallil bhagavathy    
  Kalpathur paradevatha    
  Kalathil bhagavathy    
  Kalambookavu bhadrakali    
  Kalari Vathukkal bhagavathy Kannur  
  Kaliyattakavu bhagavathy    
  Kaliyampalli bhagavathy    

Kachanamkulam thiruvuraykkal

  Kattur durga    
  Kadampuzha bhagavathy Malappuram  
  Kattukambal bhagavathy    
  Kamothu bhagavathy    
  Karamukku bhagavathy    
  Karanhgattu bhagavathy    
  Karapuzha ambalakadavu bhagavathy    
  Karikkodu bhagavathy Idukki  
  Karipadavathukavu durga    
  Kariyekkattu bhagavathy    
  Kavalakkadu bhagavathy    
  Kavalam palliyarakkavu durga    
  Kaveedu bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Kavidu bhagavathy    
  Kavulgal devi    
  Kalikavu bhagavathy    
  Kililoor kunnil bhagavathy    
  Killikulangara bhagavathy    
  Kezhadoor durga    
  Kezhperoor chirakarakavu bhagavathy    
  Keezhara poolom bhadrakali    
  Keezhoor karthiayani Thrissur  
  Koodapara bhagavathy    
  Kuttanelloor bhagavathy    
  Kuttamathu someswari    
  Kuttamperur karthiayani    
  Kunnamthanam Madathilkavu bhagavathy Pathanamthitta  
  Kunnapullikavu bhagavathy    
  Kunnathoor devi Alappuzha  
  Kunnukara koottala bhagavathy    
  Kunnekkattukavu bhadrakali    
  Kundukavu bhagavathy    
  Kumbhapalli bhagabvathy    
  Kumarakam puthiyakavu bhagavathy    
  Kumaramchira bhagavathy    
  Kumaranalloor devi Kottayam  
  Kummanam illamkavu bhagavathy    
  Kurinjikavu durga Kottayam  
  Kurumakavu bhadrakali    
  Kurumal bhagavathy    
  Kurumalikavu bhagavathy    
  Kuruvakkavu bhagavathy    
  Kulathur devi    
  Koottekavu bhagavathy    
  Koorampala puthankavu bhadrakali    
  Kaikulangara bhagavathy    
  Kaithrikovil bhagavathy    
  Kongannur bhagavathy    
  Kochi pazhayannur    
  Kochunamkulangara bhagavathy    
  Kodikunnathu bhagavathy    
  Kodimoottil bhagavathy Kollam Kali
  Kodikyattukavu bhadrakali    
  Kodungallur bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Kodungoor devi    
  Kodupunnakavu durga    
  Kottankulangara bhagavathy    
  Korattikadu bhuvaneswari    
  Kollapuzha devi    
  Kollam pisharikkavu bhadrakali    
  Kolloorvila bharanikavu bhadrakali    
  Kodothu bhagavathy    
  Kotta bhagavathy    
  Kottappuram thiruvilayanattukavu bhadrakali    
  Kottayil bhagavathy    
  Kottazhi ammathiruvadi    
  Kottuvallikavu bhadrakali    
  Kothakulangara bhagavathy    
  Kongadu thirumandankunnu bhagavathy    
  Koyankavil bhagavathy    
  Kozhikulangara bhagavathy    
  Kozhimamparambu bhagavathy    
  Lallukkavu vanadurga    
  Lallur karthiayani    
  Lokanarkkavu   Sivan,Vishnu,Bhagavathy
  Madapally arakyal kadapurathu bhagavathy    
  Madathil kavu bhadrakali    
  Madipetta bhagavathy    
  Mathikunnu bhagavathy    
  Manapullikavu bhagavathy Palakkadu Bhadrakali
  Manarkadu bhagavathy Kottayam  
  Manaliyar kavu bhagavathy    
  Manangottu kavu bhadrakali    
  Manndi bhadrakali    
  Manakkottukavu bhagavathy    
  Mannathukavu bhagavathy    
  Mannanpurathkavu bhagavathy Kasargod  
  Maradu kottaram bhagavathy    
  Maruthayoor durga    
  Maruthur karthiyayani    
  Malachi temple   VanaDurga
  Malayalapuzha bhadrakali    
  Malayala bhagavathy    
  Mallissery kavu bhadrakali    
  Mallam durga parameswari    
  Markkara kavu bhadrakali    
  Mankarayamman kovil bhadrakali    
  Mankombu bhagavathy    
  Mangala devi Idukki  
  Mangodu bhagavathy    
  Mangottukavu bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Manjeri kavu bhagavathy    
  Manikyamangalam karthiayani Eranakulam  
  Mayannur kavu bhadrakali    
  Minaloor kuttiyankavu durga    
  Mithra kari devi    
  Mukkarathikavu bhadrakali    
  Mukkola bhagavathy    
  Mundayamparambu tharakyu meethal bhagavathy    
  Muthuvalloor durga    
  Muthassiyarkkavu bhagavathy    
  Mulayamparambu bhagavathy    
  Mullakyal bhagavathy Alappuzha Annapoorneswari
  Mullakyal bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Mulayamkavu bhadrakali    
  Mookambika saraswathi Malappuram Parasakthi
  Mookkuthala Bhagavathy    
  Moothedathu kavu bhadrakali    
  Moothrukunnu bhagavathy    
  Moozhakunnu mridanga saileswari    
  Morkulangara bhagavathy    
  Njangattiri bhagavathy    
  Nadakkavu bhagavathy    
  Nadumandam bhagavathy    
  Nanamukku bhadrakali    
  Nadhikara thaniyil bhagavathy    
  Narayanamkulangara bhagavathy Thrissur Narayani
  Neelamkulangara bhagavathy Palakkad Bhadrakali
  Neelamperoor palli bhagavathy Kottayam Karthiayani
  Nedumudi kottaram bhagavathy    
  Nedumangadu Muthuramman Trivandrum  
  Nellikulangara bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Nellur bhagavathy    
  Nelluvayil bhagavathy    
  Nottanalukkal bhagavathy    
  Oottukulangara bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Padappadu durga    
  Padapengadu someswari    
  Padinjattukavu bhagavathy    
  Pattazhi bhadrakali Kollam  
  Pathiyari bhagavathy    
  Pathiyoor durga    
  Panangattukara karthiayani    
  Panachikkadu saraswathy Kottayam Saraswathy
  Panakyattodil devi    
  Panayoorkavu bhagavathy    
  Panamkurisy bhagavathy    
  Panniyamkara durga    
  Panthakkal bhagavathy    
  Pathalalukkal bhagavathy    
  Panthallur bhagavathy    
  Pantheerarakavu bhagavathy    
  Payankal bhagavathy    
  Payyurkavu bhadrakali    
  Parakkattu bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Parakkottukavu vanadurga    
  Parambattukkavu durga    
  Paramara bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Parasuvaykkal bhagavathy    
  Parimanam durga    
  Pariyanampatta devi Palakkad  
  Parukanchery bhagavathy    
  Parumala panayannarkavu bhagavathy   Sivan
  Palarivattom Devi Eranakulam Rajarajeswari
  Pallasanam pazhayakavu bhagavathy Palakkad Bhadrakali
  Pallissery bhagavathy    
  Pallikunnu mookambika    
  Pallikkavu bhagavathy    
  Pallipurathukavu bhadrakali    
  Palliyara bhagavathy    
  Palliyarakkavu bhadrakali Kottayam  
  Palliyarakkavu bhadrakali Palakkad  
  Palliyarakkal porkili bhagavathy Eranakulam  
  Palliyil bhagavathy    
  Pazhangadu kaliswari    
  Pazhaveedu bhagavathy Alappuzha  
  Pazhayannur bhagavathy    
  Parkkadi bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Pangavu bhagavathy    
  Pathirikkottu kavu bhagavathy    
  Pappanikkavu bhadrakali    
  Pandavarkkavu durga    
  Parathottukavu bhagavathy    
  Parappadam bhadrakali    
  Paramekkavu bhagavathy Thrissur  
  Palakunnu bhagavathy Kasargod  
  Palapetty bhagavathy    
  Piravam pishrukovil durga    
  Pisharikkavu durga Thrissur Durga
  Pisharikkal durga    
  Pisharukkovil bhagavathy    
  Peecherikkavu bhadrakali    
  Peedika bhadrakali    
  Puthiyakavu bhadrakali Kollam  
  Puthiyakkavu bhadrakali Thrissur  
  Puthiyakkavu bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Pudukulangara bhagavathy Palakkad(Pudussery)  
  Pudukulangara bhagavathy Palakkad(Alathur)  
  Puthukodu annapoorneswari Thrissur  
  Pudussey kurumbha bhagavathy    
  Puthanalukkal bhagavathy    
  Puthur durga    
  Punnaamparambu nalissery bhagavathy    
  Puttingal bhadrakali    
  Puliyamambully bhadrakali    
  Puzhakkarakavu vanadurga    
  Puzhathi someswari    
  Pookkattikara karamukku bhagavathy    
  Pookottu kalikkavu bhadrakali    
  Pookulangara bhagavathy    
  Poonkudil mana bhagavathy    
  Poonilarkkavu durga    
  Poovathussery durga    
  Poovasserykavu bhadrakali    
  Poozhikaparambu nalissery bhagavathy    
  Peringalam durga    
  Peringelipuram Devi Alappuzha  
  Peringottukkavu bhagavathy    
  Peruman durga    
  Peruvanam melekavu bhadrakali    
  Peruvallur durga    
  Perayil bhadrakali    
  Perandoor durga Eranakulam  
  Perurkkavu durga Thrissur  
  Perurkkavu bhagavathy    
  Pynkulam vazhalikkavilamma    
  Ponghini paradewatha   Mahishasura mardhini
  Ponjanam bhagavathy    
  Pozhikkara durga    
  Ponnani thrikovu durga    
  Poyilkavu durga    
  Pottur karthiyani    
  Ponnethu bhagavathy Eranakulam  
  Pothannur durga    
  Banapuram thripurasundhari    
  Rayiramangalam bhagavathy    
  Rayiranellur durga    
  Rayiranellur malayil bhagavathy    
  Rangattur durga    
  Ramapuram devi    
  Ramankulangara bhagavathy    
  Rudhiramahakali kavu    
  Sankaramkulangara durga    
  Sharkara bhagavathy Trivandrum  
  Sasthavangottupuram bhadrakali    
  Sanghumugham devi Trivandrum  
  Saala bhagavathy    
  Sankhulangara bhagavathy    
  Sirasil devi    
  Sreekurumbakkavu bhagavathy    
  Swarnakkavu bhagavathy Palakkad  
  Thathapalli durga    
  Thandilam kathiayani    
  Tharakkal bhagavathy    
  Thalakkottukara bhagavathy    
  Thalayolaparambu karthiayani    
  Thanikudam bhagavathy Thrissur Vana Durga
  Thamarasery kottayil bhagavathy    
  Thazhoor bhagavathy    
  Thittayil olipuramthu bhagavathy    
  Thiruarenkavu durga    
  Thirumaandamkunnu bhagavathy Malappuram Sree Parvathy
  Thiruvaarattukavu bhagavathy Trivandrum  
  Thiruvanikkavu bhadrakali Thrissur(wadakanchery)  
  Thiruvanikkavu bhadrakali Thrissur(kurumpilavu)  
  Thiruvanikkavu bhadrakali Thrissur(ollukkara)  
  Thiruvanikkavu bhadrakali Thrissur(mullurkkara)  
  Thiruvalathoor annapoorneswari Palakkad Mahishasuramardhini
  Thiruvilanjal durga    
  Thiruvilayanattu kavu bhagavathy    
  Thiruvilayanattu kavu bhadrakali    
  Thurayil bhagavathy    
  Thuloor vanathu bhagavathy    
  Thutha bhagavathy    
  Thrikkavu Durga Malappuram  
  Thrichambaram bhagavathy    
  Thrikkapuram bhagavathy    
  Thrikkanikadu bhagavathy    
  Thriplery bhagavathy    
  Thrithala bhagavathy    
  Thrissala bhagavathy    
  Thekkiniyammakkavu bhagavathy    
  Thekumpadu thazhekavu bhadrakali    
  Thekkemadam bhadrakali    
  Thechikkottukavu durga    
  Thekkumthala bhagavathy    
  Thelliyoor kavu bhagavathy    
  Thethana bhagavathy    
  Thevalakkara bhagavathy    
  Thevalakode bhagavathy    
  Thaikkattusery durga    
  Thottippal bhagavathy    
  Thottappaly bhagavathy    
  Thozhuvankodu chamundi devi    
  Thozhuvannur bhagavathy    
  Thonnal bhagavathy    
  Thonnyakavu chudala bhadrakali Eranakulam  
  Thoniyakavu bhagavathy    
  Themkulangara bhadrakali    
  Uthralikkavu bhadrakali Thrissur  
  Uthiyannur durga    
  Uliyannur devi    
  Unnannur devi    
  Urakathamma thiruvadi    
  Uzhalur devi    
  Vadakurumbakkavu bhadrakali    
  Vadakenchery lakshmi narayanan    
  Vattapayithra durga    
  Vattappara pallikyakkavu bhadrakali    
  Vattakyattu bhadrakali    
  Vattoli durga   Sivan and Durga
  Varakkal durga Calicut Last one of 108 durga
  Valiyakkavu bhagavathy    
  Valiyakulangara devi    
  Valiyalukkal bhagavathy    
  Vallachira bhagavathy    
  Vallakam vanadurga    
  Vallur durga    
  Vallotikkunnu durga    
  Valayampallikkavu bhagavathy    
  Vallikkattukavu jaladurga    
  Valliyankkavu vanadurga    
  Valliyalikkattukkavu bhadrakali    

Valliyoorkavu bhadrakali

  Vadanapally bhagavathy    
  Varanadu bhadrakali Alappuzha  
  Vilakodi devi    
  Vilappa devi    
  Viradoor devi    
  Virangattur devi    
  Viruttanam bhagavathy    
  Vizhinjam bhagavathy    
  Vettathukavu bhagavathy    
  Vettikulangara karthiayani    
  Veliyennur bhagavathy    
  Vellarada bhagavathy    
  Vellathattu bhagavathy    
  Vellayani bhadrakali Trivandrum  
  Vellanadu bhagavathy Trivandrum  
  Vellikunnu bhagavathy    
  Vellora chuzhali bhagavathy    
  Vengoor durga Eranakulam  
  Vettadikkavu bhadrakali    
  Vettakkadu durga    
  Veloor karthiayani    
  Vezhapura bhagavathy    

Vyramkottu bhagavathy

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Kerala Temples Sorted as per Dieties

ayyappa temples in kerala

Ayyappa Temples in Kerala

narasimha temples in kerala

Narasimha Temples in Kerala

bhagavathi temples in kerala

Bhagavathy Temples in Kerala

pandava temples in kerala

Pandavas Temples in Kerala

dhanwanthari temples in kerala

Dhanwanthari Temples in Kerala

siva temples in kerala

Siva Temples in Kerala

hanuman temples in kerala

Hanuman Temples in Kerala

sree rama temples in kerala

Sree Rama Temples in Kerala

lakshmana temples in kerala

Lakshmana Temples in Kerala

ganapathi temples in kerala

Vinayaka Temples / Ganapathi Temples in Kerala

mariyamman temples in kerala

Mariyamman Temples in Kerala

vishnu temples in kerala

Vishnu Temples in Kerala

muruga temples in kerala

Muruga Temples in Kerala

vishnu maya temples in kerala

Vishnu Maya Temples in Kerala

naga temples in kerala

Naga Temples in Kerala

other temples in kerala

Other's Temples in Kerala

Alphabetical Listing of Temples in Kerala

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