Kidangamparambu Sreebhuvaneswary Temple is one of the ancient and primordial shrines in Alappuzha, Kerala. The presence of the amazing goddess Sree Bhuvaneeswari Devi makes the temple distinguished radiant and lustrous. Thousands of devotees get relieved from their troubles and mess here. The temple has an imposing Rajagopuram or Vimanam which isn't always discovered anywhere in Kerala apart from Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvanandapuram. Here Devi lends her hand to all devotees irrespective of their forged gender and nationality.
She is also well-known as bhaktadaasi which means that the maid of devotees. Marthanda Varma the robust king of Venadu assaulted Chempakassery and marched to invade Cochi. On this path the troop camped close to a trench on the northern end of Chempakassery. There, become a wood with thorny hedges and the defense force used this region as their toilet. But finally a few members of the military affected smallpox and the soothsayers supposed that the troops infected a holy temple buried underground.