Neelamperoor Pally Bhagavathi Temple has a history of about 1700 years and it is one of the few relics of the Buddhist culture in Kerala, India. It is about Changanacherry Main Central Road. The most important deity of the temple is Goddess Vanadurga Durga or Kali. On the southeast nook in the back of the sanctum sanctorum is an picture of the snake god. Outside the main temple are the temples of lords Ganapathi, Siva, dharmasasta, Maha Vishnu and Rakshasas.
The priest belongs to Kollapally Madom in Neelamperoor. On special occasion the chief priest from the own family Kannampally at Ayamkudy comes. Every day poojas are accomplished. The Maharaja of Travancore backed the primary pooja of every day, however his sponsorship stopped with the decay of monarchy. Pudding is the principle imparting to propitiate the deity; its instruction differs from what it's far executed in different temples.
The water for this purpose is taken from the unripe coconut. The temple has festivals: the ten-day festival within the solar month Meenam with its 9th day falling on pooram and the Pooram Padayani which begins from the day subsequent to Thiruvonam in Chingam the first solar month of the Keralite calendar and lasts till pooram, the delivery day of the deity.