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Sree Chamravattam Ayyappa Temple Timings, History, Sevas

The Chamravattam Ayyappa temple is one of the ancient temples of Sastha, located on a small island on the Bharathapuzha river in Chamravattom. The actual year of the temple is unknown. It is said that Thousands of years ago, a saint named “sambanan” came to this place, saw the calm and beautiful island near the shore of Bharathapuzha. He thought it was the best place for his Thapass. At the end of his long pass, he had a bright light in front of him. He thought “Lord Vishnu” was going to appear before him, but Sri Vishnu didn’t appear and the light didn’t go. Then he thought it was the presence of Lord Shiva. The light has not disappeared. Then he thought of Lord Ganesha, Lord Subrahmanya, Goddess Durga also.

Finally, he recognized the presence of Lord Sastha with his wife Prabha and their son Sathyaka. Then the light of Sastha disappeared. He approached the Karanavar of Kuttisseri mana on the bank of Bharathappuhzha. Saint explained his rare experiences and asked him to build a temple on the island. The saint advised the Pooja procedures and left the place. The place where Saint Sambara saw Vettom was previously known as Sambaravettom, then it transformed into Chamravattom.

Sree Chamravattom Ayyappa Temple Timings:

Morning: 5:00 AM to 12:00 Noon on Tuesday, Friday & Sunday
Morning: 5:00 AM to 11:00 PM on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday
Evening: 5:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sree Chamravattom Ayyappa Temple Daily Schedule:

Sree Kovil opens 5:00 AM
Nirmalyam 5:00 AM
Ganapathy Homam 5:30 AM
Usha Pooja 7:30 AM
Ucha Pooja (Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays) 11:30 AM
Ucha Pooja 9:30 AM
Sree Kovil closes(Tuesdays, Fridays & Sundays) 12:00 PM
Sree Kovil closes (all other days) 11:00 AM

Evening Temple opens 5:00 PM
Deeparadhana 6:30 PM
Athazhapooja 7:30 PM
Shrine closes 8:30 PM

Sree Chamravattam Ayyappa Temple

Sree Chamravattom Ayyappa Temple History:

Histories are of opinion that there was a Jaina temple situated somewhere near this place. We can see some clay models of animals like dogs, lions, etc. scattered on the underground of the river and banks as evidence. This temple is owned by kuttisserimana an ancient aristocratic family. Now the administration is carried out by Malabar devaswam board. An executive officer is there to control the day to day activities. ‘karanavar’ (eldest person) of kuttissery mana is considered as the melsanthi (main priest) of the temple who is supposed to be a performer of Usha pooja. To other poojaries are there. Kainikkara thekkedam (kalpuzha) is the thanthri (main priest) of the temple

Sree Chamravattom Ayyappa Temple Sub-Deities:

Lord Vishnu
Lord Ganapathy
Lord Siva
Goddess Prabha
Goddess Durga
Lord Sathyaka
Lord Sathyakan
Goddess Durga
Goddess Bhadrakali

Sree Chamravattom Ayyappa Temple Dress Code:

For Men: Dhoti or Mundu without shirts or banyan
For Women’s: Saree and Pavada are allowed. (Salvar sets and modern dresses are not allowed)


Cameras, mobiles and all other electronic items are strictly prohibited inside the temple.

How to Reach Sree Chamravattam Ayyappa Temple:

By Air
The nearest airport to Sree Chamravattam Ayyappa Temple is Kozhikode International Airport which is 45.6 km away.

By Rail:
Thrissur and Tirur Railway Station nearest station to the temple.

Sree Chamravattom Ayyappa Temple Address:

Chamravattam post,
Kerala – 676102.
Phone: 0494 256 2585

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Sree Chamravattam Ayyappa Temple Timings, History, Sevas

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