Azhakodi Devi Temple is a Hindu temple in the Kozhikode, Kerala, India. It is ready 1.5 km far from the Mofussil bus stand and 2.5 km from the KSRTC Bus stand in the Kozhikode metropolis. Azhakodi Devi Mahashekthram is located in Thiruthiyad, Kozhikode District, Kerala, South India. It is one of the famous Devi temple, located infrequently 1.5 km far from the Mofussil Bus stand and 2.5 km from the KSRTC Bus stand, the region nevertheless keeps the splendor and attraction of un-spoilt rural settings in the coronary heart of the kozhikode City.
The temple and the Kalayana Mandapom are administered by using the Malabar Devaswom Board. The most historical and traditionally renowned temple "Azhakodi Devi Mahashekthram", has its deity inside the form of "Bhadrakali" in a calm disposition. The temple includes seven maternal incarnation-brahamani, maheshwari, kowmari, vaishanavi, vaarahi, indarni and chamundi. A sivalinga is likewise gift. There is a legend at the back of this temple, that the samoothiri entrusted six of his generals to the temple "Arikkodikkavu" which is now famend as Azhakodi Devi mahashekthram. An idol of "Bhavani Devi" was also given through the samoothiri which changed into given to him by way of the investors of Gujarat.