The Rajarajeswara temple is a Shiva temple situated at Taliparamba in the Kannur locale of Kerala, South India. The temple is viewed as one of the current 108 antiquated Shiva Temples of old Kerala. It likewise has a noticeable place among the ious Shiva sanctuaries in South India. It had the tallest shikhara among the sanctuaries of now is the ideal time. The Rajarajeshwara temple has a best of around 90 tons. In the event that any issue is experienced in alternate sanctuaries of South India, fans look for an answer in this temple through a prasna, a conventional strategy for prophetic choice making.
The prasna is led on a peedha a raised stage outside the temple. The temple at Taliparamba is among the 108 old Kerala sanctuaries committed to Shiva. It is as renowned as the Shiva sanctuaries at Vaikom, Ettumanur and Vadakkunnathan temple at Trichur. Taliparamba is viewed as one of the old Shakti Peethams. Legend has it that the head of Sati Goddess/spouse of shiva fell here after Shiva's tandavam following Sati's self-immolation. Sati was the little girl of Daksh, a regarded Hindu lord who had a carelessness for Shiva.
The Shiva Linga here is accepted to be a few a huge number of years old. Legend has it that Shiva gave three consecrated Shiva Lingas to Parvati/Sati for worship. One sage, Maandhata, appeased Lord Shiva with serious supplications. Shiva was pleased to the point that he displayed one of the Shiva Lingas to him with the order that it ought to be introduced just at a place where there was no incineration ground. The savvy, in the wake of looking through all finished, discovered Taliparamba the most holy spot where he introduced the Shiva Linga.