Hundreds of years ago a saint after doing penance for years in the Himalayas wandered in the vivid desas. During his journey he covered several temples and villages and at last he reached Peruvanam Village which is in the cultural capital of Kerala, Thrissur. This place is also known as God\'s own country which was supposed to have been created by Lord Parasuraman. Understanding the greatness of this village he built an Ashram on the banks of the river Arattupuzha. This river has the unique distinction of 108 dieties including Lord SreeRama (popularly known as Thevar) participating in the 'Arattu'. This Rishivarya taught Vedas, Upanishads and Mashinottam to some children of the area. Among these children one boy belonged to Panicker family and his name was "Thottu". Later with the assistance of the Rishivarya he studied astrology, treatment of diseases, architecture and ‘Mantrikam’ and became famous. (During the regime of the Rajas, astrology, treatment of diseases and ‘Mantrikam’ are the jobs attributed to the Panicker family). In a wish to descend this knowledge to the coming generations it was imparted to his son Rama Panicker, then to Damodara Panicker and then to Sreekumar Panicker and to his son Binoy Panicker.
Sreekumar Panicker, who belongs to this generation, went to Somnath in North India and got education in the fields of Vedas, Yogavidya and Tantrikpoojas from Swami Brahmananda Chaitanya Maharaj. After re-educating himself he serves in his family temple Sree Kannamkulathamma Bhagavathi temple premises and in his house also. He also serves in various places in India and abroad. From his father after this knowledge are descended to Binoy Panicker and he also as the exponent of the new generation serves the people
KANNAMKULATHAMMA BHAGAVATHI TEMPLE
Almost 325 years ago this temple was constructed by our great grand father by name Sankunny. He was a celibate and by using his psychic power he erected Sree Kannamkulathamma Bhadrakali as the deity. If we sincerely devote ourselves before the Kannamkulathamma Bhadrakali we also will attain eternal peace.
ARATTUPUZHA SREE SASTHA TEMPLE
From Thrissur town it takes 14 Kilo Meters to reach this temple. It is situated in the South-East and is approximately 3000 years old. Every year the greatest Devamela is celebrated on the day of Arattupuzha Pooram with the presence of 108 dieties.
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