Chamravattom is a village located 11 km away from Tirur, the cultural centre of Malappuram District in Kerala, India. This serene village is on the shores of river Nila ( Bharatha Puzha).The name Chamravattom originates from Sambaravattom, where there was a saint called sambaran who used to meditate near the river Nila. It has been made famous by the presence of a temple dedicated to Lord Ayyappa, which is situated 100 meters inward to the river Nila. There are a lot of pilgrims during the holy season of Mandalakalam in Kerala.
Lord ayyappa is the presiding deity here.
Temple is small in size. In rainy season, poojari used to go in boat and performs poojas. It is believed that by praying here, devotees can get rid of deceases. Panapaayasam and lamping are main offerings, Wednesday, Saturday & Sundays are important days for Pujas