Unveiling the Divine Abode of Annapoorneshwari Devi
Nestled amidst the serene beauty of Chalappally, Pathanamthitta, Kerala, lies the Valiyakunnam Annapoorneswari Temple, a beacon of spiritual solace and rich heritage. Dedicated to the benevolent Goddess Annapoorneshwari, the temple pulsates with the devotion of countless devotees seeking her divine grace.
“Whether you seek inner peace, prosperity, or simply a connection to the divine, the Valiyakunnam Annapoorneswari Temple welcomes you with open arms. Immerse yourself in the sacred chants, witness the vibrant rituals, and feel the energy of countless devotees seeking blessings.”
Step back in time and discover the enchanting lore surrounding the temple. Its origins intertwine with the Kunnathu Bhagavathy Temple, dating back a remarkable 1500 years. Whispers of untold stories linger within its walls, where the mother goddess, Kunnathu Bhagavathy, showered blessings upon her faithful followers. Her celestial beauty, described in heartfelt prose and poetry, continues to captivate devotees.
The Divine Abode
The temple enshrines not just Annapoorneshwari, the goddess of food and nourishment, but also other revered deities like Shiva, Yekshi, Rekshas, Nagam, and Ganapathi. Each deity embodies unique blessings, offering a haven for all who seek spiritual fulfillment.
Established by dynasties of yore the temple is jointly managed by the Munjanattu Dynasty and Villyadathu Dynasty. At one point in history these families/dynasties found it difficult to ran the temple with pomp and glory. Then they handed over the temple and its properties to the N.S.S Karayogam. For past four decades N.S.S Karayogam gears the daily rituals of the temple.
For over 1500 years, our temple has offered solace and nurtured our community. With your help, we can continue this legacy. Your contribution, however small, makes a big difference. Please donate directly to:
A/c No.: 40371101012844
Bank: Kerala Gramin Bank, Chalappally Branch
Together, we ensure the temple thrives as a beacon of spirituality and community.