Sree Venugopla Krishna Swami Dewastan is a Hindu sanctuary situated in Chendamangalam, Kerala, India. Sree Venugopala Krishna Swami Dewasthan was set up in 1900 at Chennamangalam prior known as Jayantha mangalam, 42 km from Ernakulam, 22 km from Aluva and 5 km from North Parur. Its primary god is Venugopalakrishna Swamy, and its principle symbol is Shila Vigrah of Venugopalakrishna Swamy. It likewise contains an Utsav icon of the Lord and the symbols of Garuda and Hanuman at his feet. The sanctuary commends a six-day-long yearly celebration in the period of Vaisakh.
Those Gaud Saraswat Brahmins GSB's settled in Cochin spread to neighbouring rural areas and towns. A few families came and settled in Chennamangalam. Since they didn't have wherever of love in the town, they needed to visit the closest sanctuary at North Parur by foot for otherworldly needs. To cure the circumstance, they consolidated under Chennoth parambil Sri Dasa Prabhu and began endeavors to build up a sanctuary. They moved toward the Paliayam Valiyachan of the Paliyam Swaroopam and asked for help. He gave the land for development of sanctuary. With the liberal gifts from nearby mahajans, the sanctuary was developed, and the Pratishta made on April 30, 1900. Twelve people group individuals under the initiative of Chennoth parambil Ramachandra Prabhu began a Chitty in 1920.