The Temple of Lord Sri Vishnumaya is dedicated to Lord Chathanswamy which is an ancient tradition of Valluvanad. In the centuries-old temple, the Lord Vishnumaya Kuttichathan is a divine spirit that energies the magical powers and services. From this arrangement, all the disaster and affectionate scent is offered to the devotees by special poojas, Shaktiya pooja, guruti pooja, devotees, poojas and other devotees performing mantras in Vishnumaya. The temple of Thrangali is an ancient tradition based in the tradition of the chanting mantras. In this Chattanseva Madom and Sree Vishnumaya Kuttichathan Thayankottam, the Holy Spirit is a sacred shrine of Lord Shiva, the family, the physical and mental family work and all the obstacles that are related to other lifestyle
The Temple opens everyday morning at 6AM. UshaPooja is after 1AM. Except Wednesday all other days the temple is opened till 1PM. Till this time devotees can do their rituals and special poojas.
Temple re-opens at evening 5:30pm. After Deeparadhana and Athazha Pooja at 6.30PM, Temple closes at 7PM
Morning Opening : 6AM
Morning Closing : 1PM
In Wednesday's temple closes at 10AM
Evening Opening : 5.30PM
Evening Closing : 7PM
History Of Vishnumaya Temple
In the village Thrangali on the banks of the sacred river Bharathapuzha,our great grandfather, Sri Velayudhan Poojari devote and founded the Kalarikal Sree Vishnumaya temple. For many devotees, Sri vishnumaya chathanswamy and Velayudhan poojari provide the desire satisfication and life achievements for more than a centuary. Following the days of grandfather,his favourite follower Pallam Petti , Velayudhaswamy conducted the Upasana Pooja. Presently, the Upasana pooja is conducting veneration of Vinodh Kallarikkal (unni),son of Sri Velayudha Swamy
Vishnumaya or commonly known as the 'chathan' is a Hindu god famous for magic capabilities. Vishnumaya is famous in south india, primarily Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh etc. He is considered to be the son of Lord Shiva and Kulivaka, a tribal reincarnation of Shree Parvathi .