The Seetha Devi Temple in Wayanad district has a completely unique function a number of the temples of Kerala, for it is the most effective recognised temple to have established deities of Lava and Kusha, youngsters of Sree Rama and Seetha Devi. The legend of Sita, and her children Lava and Kusa is carefully related to this temple. It is assumed that even the name Pulpally is connected to the bed of grass on which Lava is believed to have played as a child. The temple pond is one among biggest in Wayanad. The etymological which means of "Seetha" denotes soil or earth.
This vicinity and the encompassing areas are believed to be the important thing places inside the Hindu epic Ramayana. It is assumed that after Seetha became abandoned via Rama, she reached Pulpally and turned into given shelter by means of the excellent Sage Valmiki. The region in Pulpally wherein Sita gave delivery to Lava and Kusa, is called Valmiki Ashramam. Chedattinkavu is the original temple of Pulpally Temple. According to the legend Lava and Kusa the two sons of Seetha Devi stopped and caught the horse sent with the aid of Rama as a part of the Ashwamedha. When Rama came to unfastened the horse, he saw Seetha and right now she disappeared inside the earth, her mother.