A Subramanya swamy Temple in Keecheri in Kannur District.The 100 + year Old Temple has been renovated recently.Major events are aandiyoottu and Pradishta celebrations held In January and July Respectively every year.Sankaramam Pooja happens every month.Temples nearby includes Raja Rajeshwara Temple-Taliparamba,Parassinikkadavu Sri Mutthappan Temple.
Shankramam Pooja will be held in the temple on March 14 th, which is the 1 st Day of Meenam Month.Devotees are invited to attend the same
The vigraha or the idol worshipped in the Sri Subrahmanya swamy temple keecheri, is a rare form of the six faced subrrahmanya.The six faces of Lord Muruga symbolise the manifestation of the supreme self in the execution of its five principal functions including creation, preservation, destruction, involution or veiling and anugraham (grace). The sixth face symbolises Pranava Om (the primal source of wisdom or communion in silence).
Vishu Vedikettu Near Sri Subramnya Swamy Temple Keecheri is held by Keecheri Sri Paalottu Kaavu Temple.
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About Palottu Deivam and Palottu Kaavu
Palotu Deivam, is an imaginary God of ‘Lord Vishnu’. The word ‘Palotu Deivam’ derived from ‘Palazhikottu Deivam’ (related to Holy River Ganga). The ‘Lord Vishnu’ usually lies on the ‘Serpent Anantha’ in ‘Palazhi’. One day with the knowledge of ‘Lord Shiva’ his golden crown floated through the river Ganga resulted the heavy waves in the river. It was an intention to land in a place called “Ezhumudi Mannan” Nagar. Unfortunately it bifurcated its course of movement and reached a sea shore in North Malabar called ‘Azheekal”, a place near Kannur Town. By the time two persons from ‘Azheekal’ went for fishing with their fishing net. They have seen that one golden crown was entangled in their net. They reached the palace of ‘Kolathiri’ and gave the crown to one of the courtier. Everybody in the palace were astonished by seeing the golden crown and saluted it by folding their palms. After certain astrological calculations they found out that it was a divine crown and it should have to be worshipped by the name “Palazhikodu Deivam’. The ‘Kolathiri’ agreed to give sufficient land (Sthana) for the construction of the shrine. After the completion of the shrine they conducted seven days rituals and all felt the divine spirit of Supreme Soul of “Lord Mahavishnu”. Then the “Palottu Deivam” proceeded in a solemn way to Andalur Kavu, Kappattu Kavu, Keecheri Kavu, Mavila Kavu, Macheri Kavu, Athiyadathu Kavu and Kunhimangalath Malliyottu Kavu. All these Kavu is performing the theyyam from Madam 1 to 7. (April 14-21)
Keecheri Pallottu Kaavu pradhista celebrations coming up in March.Devotees are requested to attend and bring their friends and family.Also visit The sri subramanya swamy temple nearby
Maha Shivaratri wishes to all
Aandiyoottu celebrations 2014 sparkled with Laksha deebam wherein The devotees enthusiastically lit lamps as offering to the Lord.The celebration saw The devotees lighting over a lakh lamps(diyas, Deebam)
Photo of the Sree Subramanya Swamy Temple Keecheri Near Kannur