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Sree Kurumba Bhagavathy Temple, Kodungallur




Kodungallur, Trichur district, Kerala



Famous for the Bharani Festival

Best Time to Visit


October to March



Morning 4 am to 12 pm, Evening 4 pm to 8 pm.

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How to get there:

Kodungallur is at a distance of 40km (around 1 1/2 hrs) south from Trichur, the head quarters of the district. From Alwaye to Kodungalloor the distance is 25kms. Pilgrims coming from Kochi can take the route via Alwaye or via Vypeen island through the Goshree bridges to reach Parur and then proceed to Kodungallur.

Air : The nearest international airport is the International Airport at Nedumbassery located 60km north of Thrissur.

Rail :
The nearest railway station is at Irinjalakuda 20 km from Thrissur. Thrissur is an important railhead of the southern railway and linked to most major towns inside and outside Kerala. The railway station is about 1km south-west of the town centre and just 350 meters from the temple premises.

Road : There are frequent buses from Thrissur along NH47 to different destinations. The KSRTC bus stand is at the south west of the town center. There are buses to Kodungallur (40 kms- 1 1/2 hours), Kochi (3 hrs), Thiruvananthapuram (8 hrs), Kozhikode (31/2 hrs), Kottayam, Palakkad (11/2 hrs), Chennai (12hrs)etc. The large, private bus stand Sakthan Tampuran is south of the city center, the smaller, private Priyadarshini bus stand is north of the city. Private buses have frequent services to places close by like Guruvayur and small towns like Malapuram and Shornur.