About Temple

Visit to Ezhukon Sri Mookambika Devi Temple. Upon entering the temple, one can offer a heartfelt prayer to Goddess Sri Mookambika, wash his feet in the water at the front of the temple tower, enter and first look at Vighneshwar in front of the main door and Sri Mookambika Devi inside the womb. Then turn left and walk towards the west. With ten hands (Abhayam, Varadam, Shankh, Chakra, Horn, Lotus, Rudraksha, Modak, Nelkathir, Vill), you can slowly see Sri Mahagana standing to give blessings to the devotees. Yellow cloths, black necklaces and coconuts can be offered to Lord Ganesha for the intended result. After that you can see Sri Ayyappan, the Kali Yuga, with eighteen steps. Thirdly, one can see a pedestal of Naga communities like Nagaraja, Nagayakshi, Balanagas and Karinagas and a cobra adorning the pedestal. Nagaraja can perform proper rituals. Oil anointing, Dhara, Ila Neera anointing, Palabhishekam, Neyyabhishekam, flower offerings, pomegranate offerings and serpent statue can be offered to the procession for making 100 milk Fourthly, devotees of Lord Rama can see Lord Hanuman. For Swami, it is important to add butter, Vadamala and Vettila Mala. After that it is Unnikannan who sees the main offering of butter and milk. After that Sri Murugan, Walking east from there, one can see Mahadev and Pranalingeswara The next place to visit is Veerabhadraswamy, who originated from Jata in Lord Shiva’s Tandavat. After this, when you enter the enclosure, you will see a large altar stone. Do not touch the large altar stone. When one touches Vighneshwar, who is situated above the door, and greets the earth and enters, one can see Sri Mookambika Devi, the true Adi Parasakti, who stands with half Mahakali and then Mahalakshmi and Mahasaraswati to relieve any sorrow of the devotees. The shrine of Sri Mookambika Devi Temple was constructed by removing the soil from the floor of the shrine by digging a pit about nine feet deep and placing the first stone in the middle of the pit. The first rock is rectangular, about half the height in width and with a small hole in the middle of the underground part. This is called the foundation stone. A treasure trove of black stone was placed on top of the base, which was filled with jewels and gold offerings of the devotees. Yoganalam made of champu placed the pedestal of the Goddess on top of the Ama and the Goddess placed on top of it. The base stone, the treasure chest, the Ashtadala Padma, the Kurma, the Yoganalam and the Napunsaka stone are the six Shadadhara deities given to Sri Mookambika: Devi. The power and spirit of this Shadadhara deity is invaluable more than any other deity. After that, on the left side, in the Kanni Moola, one can worship Adimula Ganapati, who removes the obstacles praised by all the gods. Turning north from here, on the left you can see Ananthan who is conquering power. Inside, you can see the pedestal of Sri Adi Shankaracharya, who was fortunate enough to see Mookambika. Now let us see Sri Janardhana Swamy, the incarnation of Vishnu. Walking east again, you can see the Navagraha Peetha. After the Navagrahas, one can greet Sri Mookambika Devi and come out of the enclosure to the south-east and see the Saraswati Peetha. This is a great place to start learning and to meditate to keep your mind focused

About Madathipathy

Srimad Rajasekharacharya Swamy
 
In the west of Attingal, a descendant of a Brahmin family who came from the Mallappally land centuries ago and settled near the Sharkara Bhagwati temple under Chirayin. K. As the son of Pillai and Devaki Amma, he was born in Bharani Nakshatra on the 9th day of the month of Makara on the 9th of Makara and moved to Varkala with his parents. He became a regular devotee of the Ayirur Ayiravalli temple, the family temple, and the Sharkarabhagavathy temple, the family temple of his father.
 
He got married at the age of 23 and started a family. Still, worship and temple visits were not interrupted. Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple as an assignment over time
The blessings of the Goddess were bestowed on him during his life of penance and devotion.
He returned home after a brief trip abroad
 
Shree Mookambi, the goddess of love who stood out
It was hoped that the beautiful image of Goddess Kadevi would be carved in stone and worshiped. Although many places were looked after for the construction of the temple, nothing came of it. Saddened by this, he had a vision of the Goddess and with the help of the Mookambika devotees, he formed the idol of Sri Kamba. Idol The idols of Upadeva and the idol of Sri Mookam Bika Devi were installed on the auspicious day of 24th January 2007 (Capricorn 9) at 2.45 am and 4.15 pm.