Kerala has a tradition of folk artist rituals associated with worship of Devi in the form of Bhadrakali. Though the deity is often referred to as Kali, it is the Bhadrakali form.
These rituals are performed in places of worship called “Kavu” or in small temples. Besides the general welfare of the village, these rituals aim at warding off of such calamities like smallpox and other epidemic diseases. The ritual themes generally revolve around the triumph of Bhadrakali over the demon Daruka and other evil characters.
Sree Muthappan ( ശ്രീ മുത്തപ്പന്) is a folk Hindu deity commonly worshiped Kerala state and Coorg region [Karnataka State]South India. Muthappan and Thiruvappan, as a process of Sanskritisation, he is considered to be a manifestation of Shiva and Vishnu. Worship of Muthappan is unique in that it does not follow the Satvic Brahminical form of worship, as in other Hindu temples of Kerala. The main mode of worship is via a ritual enactment of Muthappan, performed daily at the Parassinikadavu temple. Fish and toddy is used as an offering to Muthappan, and people of all castes, religions and nationalities are permitted to enter the temple and take part in the worship
Main Prathistha Sree Badrakali, Sree Muthappan, Sree Vishnu. Upaprathistas Sree Ganapathy, Sree Vettakkorumakan, Sree Velumuthappan, Sree Kuravan, Kurathiamma, Vishnumaya, Neeliyamma, Karimkaly, Nagaraja, Nagayakshmi, Sree Ayyappan, Sree Vanadurga, Sree Brahmarashus.
How to Reach – This temple is situated at Velassery, Nilambur – Erumamundu, Elambikakode left 1 kms.