Mahadeva Temple or Thiruvanchikkulam Temple or ThiruvanJai Kalam Temple is a Hindu sanctuary arranged in Kodungallur in Thrissur area in the South Indian territory of Kerala in India. Developed in the Kerala style of engineering, the sanctuary is accepted to have been worked amid the Chera period in the eighth century. Shiva is worshiped as Mahadeva and his associate Parvathi as Umadevi. The directing god is worshipped in the seventh century Tamil Saiva standard work, the Team, composed by Tamil holy person artists referred to as the Nayanmars and named Paadal Petra Sthalam, one of the 276 sanctuaries that discover say in the canon.1 It is the main sanctuary in Kerala in the rundown. According to Periyapuranam, Sundara Murthi Nayanar,one of the four incredible holy people in Tamil Shivism ascented to paradise from this place. The sanctuary is open from 4 am - 12 pm and 4-8:30 pm on all days with the exception of amid celebration days when it is open the entire day. Four day by day ceremonies and three yearly celebrations are held at the sanctuary, of which the ten-day Vaikasipournami Brahmotsavam celebration celebrated amid the Tamil month of Vaikasi May - June being the most conspicuous.