Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple is pious shrine for hindu people in Alappuzha.This is one of the most famous temples of the region
Location : Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple is located at city of Alappuzha (Alleppey).
About Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple
Mullakkal Rajeswari Temple is dedicated to the goddess Rajeshwari. Rajarajeswari Devi is main deity of this temple. Goddess Rajeshwari is an incarnation of Goddess Durga. The temple cherish many deities in different forms of Goddess Durga.
The king Devanarayana was built this temple. He was the king of Chembagasery. This temple was built in a typical style to the state of Kerala.The intersting fact of this temple is that this temple is roof-less over its presiding deity. This is specially made for Vana Durga.
Main Festival of this temple: Main festival of this temple that is celebrated in by Alappuzha people is Mullakkal Chirappu festival, nine day Navratri festival, Thaipooyakavadi festival. During these festival, this temple is attracts devotees in large number so as to receive the blessings of the deity.
During Navarathri' festival it celebrated with all the dedication and traditional magnificence in this temple. Last two day of this festival Mahanavami and Vijayadasami. These day has special significance for the people of Alappuzha. In Thaipooyakavadi festival a colourful procession is arranged.In this procession fifteen 'Kavadis' take part.
Many tourists and devotees visit this temple everyday. It is believed that this Goddess is the mother of the people of Alappuzha.