Chellur Shri Parakkunnath Bhagavathi Temple is situated at Chellur in Kuttippuram
Grama Panchayath. People, even from far away places, come to this temple, irrespective
of their caste or creed, seeking relief from their sufferings and misfortunes. Devi
treats all her devotees who come to her altar like her own children and fulfil all
their desires. Pujas (offerings) are made to Goddess as per the system of 'Kowlachara'.
Mukkola Chathan is also worshipped as a subordinate deity, considered as a dependent
Some bad omens were noticed in this temple in the year 2000 and hence a 'Thamboola
Prashna' was conducted in the same year under the spiritual guidance of Koottanadu
Ravunni Panicker alias Kuttan Panicker, Tanur Preman Panicker and Kuttippuram Gokulan
Panicker. Remedial measures were taken to please the goddess and to escape her wrath.
The altar was renovated and Devi's 'Darubhimba' (idol), depleted of time's long
passage was renovated and consecrated. The chief priest of temple, Bhramasree Vijayakrishnan
conducted the consecration ceremony.
The temple is open at 7 am and closes after the Morning day poojas by 10.30 AM and
reopens at evening around 5 PM to till 6.30 PM.
How to reach
The pilgrims can reach Calicut / Nedumbassery airport by Air and from there can
divert to Thrissur route (Kuttippuram- Vallanchery) to reach Shri Parakkunnath Bhagavathi
The pilgrims can reach Kuttippuram by Railway and from there by bus to Parakunnath
Muddal bus stop which is 3 KM away on Kozhikode road. From there it’s only½ KM to
reach Shri Parakkunnath Bhagavathi Temple.
You can travel by N H 17 Kuttipuram Vallanchery Road and can arrive at Parakunnath
Muddal bus stop. From there it’s only½ KM to reach Shri Parakkunnath Bhagavathi