Mullakkal Temple, Alleppey Mullakkal Temple inside the south Indian city of Alappuzha, Kerala is a multi-faith region of worship. The temple is also known as Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple, and Mullakkal Bhagwati Temple. The temple is accessible for devotes from all castes and religions. Positioned on one of the major streets of Alleppey, “Mullakkal theruvu”, Mullakkal Rajarajeswari Temple is dependent in antique Kerala architectural fashion.
Being surrounded by using well-maintained wall and a beautiful pond internal, the premises has masses of trees and jasmine flora. There are several tales associated with the beginning of the temple and its basis. The idol located at the shrine is of Durga Maa with four arms, popularly referred to as “Mullakkal Devi” aka “Mullakkal Amma”. The temple is administered via Travancore Devaswom Board. The shrine of the temple is referred to as “Sanctum sanctorum” and it's far an open roof shrine.
At the doorway point of the temple, around 20 toes region is kept under roofing. According to conference and antique custom this roofed vicinity is used for preserving massive elephants that carry the “thidambu” of the goddess on special activities. There are other deities within the temple; they're Hanuman Swami, Lord Ganesha, Subramanya Swami, Nagaraja, Navagraha, Sree Krishna, and Lord Ayyappa. There is banyan tree within the premises in which the lingam of Lord Shiva is likewise located for darshana.