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  • jishnumj
    Kochi (Cochin), India590 contributions
    In Kannur district we have a lot to say to those who ask us what is one of them .One of the falls is Karaakundu Waterfalls .There are only 12 kms away from Taliparamba and 20 Kilim from Payyanur. A small off-road passes through Karakundu Falls. The waterfall flows down the slopes of the bottom of the staircase with a splendid view of the exquisite sculpture. A beautiful waterfall flowing through a jungle
    Written 21 July 2019
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  • Madhu TV
    Bengaluru, India538 contributions
    Kuppam river is the wedding of a river and backwaters. During summer it is salty and monsoon it's get dirty. Travel along with different landscape and culture and reaches the mighty Arabian sea.
    Written 10 January 2019
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  • RajeeshRj
    Bengaluru, India167 contributions
    The temple is located at Kanhirangad, 6-km from Thaliprambu, on a hill top. The temple is regarded as one of the 108 ancient Shiva temples of Kerala. The deity is Shiva, facing east. Here the deity is self-incarnated and as the name (Vaidyanatha) implies, the deity is a celebrated Ayurveda physician. Bhagawathy, Ayyappan and Ganapathy are sub-deities. The deity is also commonly known as Kanhirangattappan (deity of Kanhirangad)

    Skin and eye diseases get cured here by offering Bhajan (singing of god-praising poems). 

    The main offerings are Ksheeradhara (pouring of milk on the idol) and Jaladhara (pouring of water on the idol). 'Venna Nivedyam'( butter offring) is considered good for pregnancy difficulties.

    Shivarathri is the main festival which is in the month of Kumbam (February/March). There is Aaru Nhayar (six Sunday) ceremony here. If the 6th day of any Malayalam month is on Sunday it is called Aaru Nhayar (six Sunday) and is considered auspicious. Thiruvathira is also celebrated on a large scale.

    In the local region, it constitutes one of the trinity of temples held in high regard, one being the Taliparamba Shiva temple and the other the Trichambaram Sri Krishna Temple. Sree Vaidyanatha and the deities of Taliparamba(Sree Raja Rajeswara) andTrichambaram (Lord Krishna) are inter-connected.
    Written 29 December 2019
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