Uliyannoor Mahadeva Temple Timings:
Morning: 5.00 AM to 10.00 AM
Evening: 5.00 PM to 7:30 PM
About Uliyannoor Mahadeva Temple:
Sree Kovil is One of the biggest Kovil in Kerala. The Sivalingam is also very big and faces east. On the back side, Parvathy is there giving darshan.
Uliyannoor is a small village located in Aluva Taluk in the Ernakulam District of Kerala. The village is famous for the Mahadeva Temple known as Uliyannoor Sree Mahadeva Temple or Uliyannoor Madathilappan Mahadeva Temple located on the banks of the Periyar River.
Uliyannoor Mahadeva Temple was designed and built by Sri. Uliyannoor Perunthachan, located about twenty meters from the ancient temple founded by Parashurama in 525 BC. The deity of C. Shiva faces east and the Periyar River. Garbhagriha temple has a circumference of 42 m, decorated with the goodness and talent of Perunthachan architecture. 68 wooden pillars in the temple mean 64 forms of art and 4 Vedas. The temple has a wide namaskaramandapa. A large statue of Nandi looks to the west. The deity of Sree Parvathy also faces the west. Annapoorneshwary is the secondary deity here. South of this temple is the 12-foot Sri Madathillappan Temple. This temple has a deity of Swayambhu Ganapathi at its entrance to the south. All these temples make up the temple complex of Uliyannoor Mahadeva.
The Uliyannoor Temple was built in strict respect of the traditional heritage. Garbhagriha of this temple has a circumference of 42 meters adorned with the goodness of Perunthachan architecture. The main deity is Lord Shiva. But Parvathy devi is also worshiped here.
How to Reach Uliyannoor Mahadev Temple:
Cochin International Airport is located just 15 KM from Uliyannoor Mahadev Temple.
Aluva Railway Station is located about 4 Km from Uliyannoor.
Aluva is well connected to towns and cities of the district and Kerala State. One can reach Uliyannoor temple through the Acquitted Bridge in NH-47 near Aluva Market.
Uliyannoor Mahadev Temple Address:
Uliyannur Sree Mahadev Temple
Pincode – 683108.