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Sri Mullaikal Rajarajeswari temple
Moolavar: Rajarajeswari, Mullaikal Bhagavati
  Urchavar: -
  Amman / Thayar: -
  Thala Virutcham: -
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  Agamam / Pooja : -
  Old year: 1000-2000 years old
  Historical Name: -
  City: Alappuzha
  District: Alappuzha
  State: Kerala
  Sandal abhishek to the Goddess for 41 days commencing from Karthikai 1 to Margazhi 11 (occurring during November to January), special poojas from Margazhi 1 to 11 (almost during December month), a special pooja is performed by Beema Jewellery on Margazhi 11. Navarathi festival is grandly celebrated in Purattasi (September-October) with special poojas on Saraswathi Pooja Day. Panchamirta (made of five fruits with jaggery, ghee etc.) abhishek is performed every day.  
 Temple's Speciality:
  Goddess Rajeswari graces devotees facing the West. The idol is five feet tall. While devotees worship the Mother from a shadowed shelter, Mother graces from the open space under the Sun. During the festival, sandal abishek is performed all the 41 days. The cost of he sandal abishek is Rs. 8000.  
Opening Time:
  The temple is open from 5.00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.  
  Sri Mullaikal Rajarajeswari temple, Alappuzha, Kerala.  
  +91- 477 - 226 2025, 225 1756 
 General Information:
  There are shrines for Ganeshar, Murugan, Krishna, Anjaneya, Iyappa and Navagrahas.  

People pray for removal of obstacles in marriage talks and for child boon.

Thanks giving:
  Devotees offer sandal abishek to the mother on realizing their prayers. 
 Greatness Of Temple:

During the festival, sandal abishek is performed all the 41 days.  The cost of he sandal abishek is Rs. 8000.

  Temple History:
  This was the place where the palace of the king of Shenbagacherry existed once. During that time, Goddess was here in the form of Vanadurga playing with her sister around the Jasmine trees here. An idol of the Goddess was found near the jasmine tree here. In the prashna ( a branch of astrology answering the doubts of the devotee), it came to be known that she was the Vanadurga in the past. She was named Rajarajeswari and was installed in the present place. Goddess Shakti also told the king in his dream near the Mullaikarai (around the jasmine trees) and asked him to build the temple. The king did so and while covering the roof after installing the idol, it caught fire at night. In the prashna, Goddess said that she was there as a child and would like to enjoy Sun, Moon, stars, sky, air, wind and rain directly and directed the king to construct the sanctum sanctorum without a roof. During rainy days, the roof is formally covered with some palm leaves. The Ruler of world stands in an open space. Devotees worship her from a comfortable place.  
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