God and Godess :

  • Bhagavathi
  • Lord shiva
  • Lord Ganesh
  • Lord Ayyapa

Location :

Kozhikode Valayanad Devi Temple
Sree Valayanad, Post Kommeri,
Govindapuram, Kozhikode / Calicut city,
Kozhikode district – 673007
Kerala.

Timings :

  • Morning – 05:00 to 11:00 
  • Evening – 5AM to 8PM

History:

Sree Valayanadu Devi Temple, Near Mankavu, Kozhikode. Sree Valayanad Devi Temple is a popular Temple in Calicut. The Sri Valayanad Devi temple is dedicated to Goddess Shakti. Here Poojas are performed according to “Ruruji” worship. The presiding deity of this Temple is Goddess from Kasmir, known as “Chandika” and Mossad’s who follow Kashmiri ways of worshipping. Another Peculiar aspect of this Temple is “SreeChakra” designed by the great Sivayogi Thayyavoor Sivasankar remains in the Sanctum Sanctorum, where the presence of goddess is believed to be ever present. Idols of Siva, Bhagavathi, Lord Ayyappa, Subramanian as Dwarapalaka and Vigneswara are also consecrated in this Temple. In the sanctum Sanctorum on the southern wall idols of Sapthamruthukkal(Seven mother Goddess) is carved. An important ritual conducted in this Temple is the “Guruthi Tharpanam”. Valayanad Bhagavathi is the Family deity of Zamorin Kings (Ilayidathu Swaroopam), who ruled Kozhikode in the Medieval period. Legends say that in a fight between Zamorins and Valluvakonathiri(the King of Valluvanad), The Zamorin got defeated in spite of having better military and financial might.The zamorin pondered this and decided that Bhagavathees blessings were with Valluvakonathiri. The Zamorin undertook Tapas in disguise at Thirumanthakunnu Temple, the family Temple of Valluvakonathiri, until Devi manifested before him.
History

History Of Sree Valayanad Devi TempleThe prowess wealth and cultural eminence of Kerala were primarily dependent of Valluvanad and Kozhikode. This astonishing condition was attributed to the merciful blessing of the Goddess whom the families of Valluvakkonathiri and the Zamorin of Calicut worshiped with intense devotion. Sree Valayanad Bagavathy is the family deity of Zamorin Swaroopam Despite the great army and financial strength of the Zamorin Raja he could not subjugate Valluvakkonathiri who as his political foe in their struggle for power. The Zamorin who could not win his battle against Valluvakkonathiri understood that the reason for his failure in the battle was due to Valluvakkonathiris high spiritual strength. Valluvakkonathiri acquired this power because of his intense worship of Devi. Therefore the Zamorin Raja also started worshipping Devi intensely. Devi was immensely pleased with the Zamorin and appeared before him. The Zamorin pleaded with the Devi to come over his place and settle there Devi who agreed to do so was ceremoniously led to his place and consecrated at Valayanad in Kozhikode. After this, he worshiped Devi permanently from Valayanad. This is the traditional belief relating to this temple.

The annual festival of this temple will commence every year on the day of Karthika of Makaram and continues for seven days. There will be “Kalamezhuthupattu” from 1st Vrichikam for forty-one days during the Mandala season.

Festivals :

  • Makaram 
  • Navaratri
  • Kalamezhuthupattu

Ticket price for rituals, darshanams & special sevas :

  • Archana
  • Abhishekam
  • Kumkumarchana
  • Pushpalankarana
  • Kuruthy Tharpanam

Nearest Temples Around kozhikode Valayanad devi temple :

Nearest Bus Stations :

  • Alathiyur Sri Anjaneya temple – Malappuram district – 52.00 km
  • Angadipuram Thirumandhamkunnu bhagavathi temple – Malappuram district – 65.00 km
  • Pulpalli Seetadevi temple – Wayanad district – 102.00 km
  • Cherukkunnu Sri Annapoorneswari Temple – Kannur district – 108.00 km
  • Thirunelli Mahavishnu Temple – Wayanad district – 128.00 km

Nearest Railwaystations :

  • West Hill – 9 km
  • Kozhikode – 4 km

Nearest Airports :

  • Trivendrum – 373 km
  • Cochin – 168 km
  • Calicut – 25 km
  • Kannur – 97 km
  • Coimbatore – 191 km
  • Mangaluru – 249 km
  • Madurai – 375 km
  • Tiruchirapalli – 383 km

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