Payammel Sri Sathrughna Swami Temple

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  Idol : Lord Sathrughna
Location : Payammel
  Dist From Goruvayur : 
  Upadevas :
  Brahma Rakshassu,Bhagavathy,Naga,Rakshassu

This Temple is situated at Poomangalam panchayat in Trichur district. Sathrughna Devan is a symbolism of the Sudharshana Chakra, which is been held in the sacred hands of Lord Maha Vishnu and Payyammal Sri Sathrughna Swami temple has the rare privilege of getting that holiness as the presiding deity. This temple is exactly situated little west of Vellangalloor junction on the Kodungalloor- Irinjalakuda route. This temple is also accessible from Irinjalakuda, through Edakulam Mathilakam route.

The idols of Sree Rama, Bharatha, Lakshmana and Sathrughna which were adored by Sri Krishna during the Dwapara period are installed and consecrated at Thriprayar, Irinjalakuda, Moozhikulam and Payyammcl temples respectively. The Pilgrimage to these four temples on a single day during the holy month of Karkidaka will shower the blessings for health and well being, child bearing all round prosperity especially to eradicate kalikala Doshas.

Since these four temples have been installed and consecrated on the same day, it is advisable to visit these temples in a single day. Accoriding to Aacharyas(SchoIars) the pilgrimage should start from Thriprayar and end in Payyammel, through Irinjalakuda and Moozhikulam. After these four Dharshanas, adoring the uniquely powerful Ganapathy at Payyammel temple and also join for the Prasad Ooltu will bring the end of pilgrimage to the four temples( Nalambala Pradhakshina) and it is the ideal way of getting showered by the enormous blessings of these Dasharathee temples.

Payammel Sri Sathrughna Swami Temple,
P.O Arippalam, Thrissur - 680 688 Thrissur,
Kerala, South India.

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