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Thirunelli Temple

Thirunelli is a village that does not grieve over the period of modernity and the worries of reform and urbanization. The population density here is low. The population is mostly adivasis. Thirunelli was one of the wealthiest towns in Kerala during the 16th century. Tirunelveli is the main town in south India during the reign of Chera ruler Bhaskara Ravi Varma and the main pilgrim center of Thirunelveli. The old people say that even after the cobwebs, the rasispoints have been collected from the 12 thirties. This zodiac is considered to have been used for trading. By the time the paparazzi originated from Brahmagiri, there were many pipes and kittens. Once the idol of the Lord Ganapathi flowing came. That too can be found in paparazzi region. Those who traveled to Brahmagiri came to find the ruins of a large village. In the village where the mystery surrounded by all that we can not know, two villages were formerly known as Papanasini Village and Panchatirtha village.

These two villages were subsequently disappeared after an unknown cause. People in Panchatirtha village have moved to Pangaattiri village in Mananthavady and are still there today from the generation. The Thirunelli Temple is located in the valley of Brahmagiri which is spread across the Kodagu hills in the valley of Wayanad. The closest town to Thirunalli is Mananthavady. The distance from here to Thirunelveli is 32 km. There are many bus services on this route today. From left to right, from Kattikulam to Mysore, the journey to the temple became through the forest areas. Often wild elephants lie in the dunes of the dams. Anappara is a place where the darkened roads pave the way. The Thirunelli Police Station, the Bungalow of the Forens Department, finally the Thirunelli Temple, which is located in the shade of Brahmagiri. One of the sacred temples of old India, which can not be said at any time in the middle of the forest, which only passes through the wind. # Thirunelli Temple: The temple of Lord Vishnu and the deity of Lord Brahma, the creator of the creation, and the beauty of nature. This is in the sacred land of the pagans.

From the Maharshi to the number of saints, there is a sophisticated and eloquent fragrance in the sincerity. There is somewhere in Brahmagiri. Papanasini is merged into Kalindi. This mountain became famous as Brahmagiri in the footsteps of Lord Brahma. Tourist places in and around Brahmagiri The bird sanctuary, Garuda Parpara and Bhoothathankunnu attract tourists every year. This is Thirunelli. The sacred land of mythology and mythology. The Thirunelli Temple, which has held up to 30 granite pillars, is an architectural wonder. On the temple floor, you have picked up huge granite layers. The main festivals of the temple are Puthari, Chuttuvilakku, Navaratri, Shivaatri and Karkikavaravu Bali. The Annual Festival is held in the temple in the month of April. The main deity of this temple is Lord Vishnu. There is also presence of Lord Shiva in the cave near the temple. There is a Jyothirlinga statue of Lord Shiva here. The temple is also known as “Southkasi” and “South Gaya”. The temple is an important place in northern Malabar for sacrifices to the poor.

The month of Amravasi days of the months of Krishna (July-August), Thulam (October-November) and Kumbham (February-March) It is believed that if the temple is sacrificed, the souls of the dead will get salvation in the Bhagavat Gita. So many people come here to perform Pirathabali, Tilhomam and Pithru Pooja. # History The importance of Thirunelli Temple is seen in Copper inscriptions of the Chera Kings Bhaskara Ravi Varman I and II. Archaeologists have excavated these copper plates from Thirunelli village. AD Until the 9th century, these copper plates were old. According to history records, Thirunelly was one of the most fertile places in the southern Indian state of India till the 16th century. This temple was an important pilgrim center during the time of Bhaskara Ravi Varman. The tomb of 12 ‘rasi’ coins has been excavated from here. The history of this temple is connected to the Kumbla dynasty of Kasaragod district, the Kurumbapadu dynasty and the Wayanad kings. The temples of Coorg are also associated with the temple. It is believed that the ruins of some stone idols near the entrance gate of the temple are made by the Coorg.

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