Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple is a Hindu sanctuary committed to Vishnu and situated in Thrikkodithanam, Kottayam District, Kerala, and South India. Developed in the Kerala style of design, the sanctuary is celebrated in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil standard of the Azhwar holy people from the 6th– ninth hundreds of years AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam devoted to Krishna, a symbol of Vishnu, who is revered as MahaVishnu. The closest railroad station to the sanctuary is situated in Changanassery, while the closest airplane terminal is Cochin International Airport.
It is one of the five old hallowed places in the Kottayam-Alappuzha-Pathanamthitta territory of Kerala, associated with the legend of Mahabharata, where the five Pandavas are accepted to have fabricated one sanctuary each; Thrichittatt Maha Vishnu Temple by Yudhishthira, Puliyur Mahavishnu Temple by Bheema, Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple by Arjuna, Thiruvanvandoor Mahavishnu Temple by Nakula and Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple by Sahadeva. The sanctuary is open from 4:00 am to 11:00 am and 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm and is controlled by Travancore Devaswom Board of the Government of Kerala. It is one of the five antiquated hallowed places around the Chengannur region of Kerala, associated with the legend of Mahabharata.