Trichambaram Temple is a Krishna temple situated at Taliparamba in the Kannur area of Kerala, South India. The temple is accepted to have the name from Thiru Shambara or the heavenly Shambara in veneration to Maharishi Shambara who gathered have pondered here. The primary god of the temple is Shree Krishna after "Kamsavadham", sitting in Raudra act savage posture. This temple is viewed as equivalent in status to the world-well known Guruvayoor Temple, and is likewise called 'North Guruvayoor'. The sanctum has wonderful carvings and paintings from the fifteenth and sixteenth hundreds of years. In the temple complex, there is likewise a holy place devoted to goddess Durga which is in center of a tank.
The yearly temple celebration Utsavam is a beautiful occasion. The fortnight-long celebration starts on Kumbham 22 of Malayalam schedule which for the most part falls on March 6 consistently with the Kodiyettam lifting of a religious banner and arrives at an end on Meenam 6 which generallay falls on March 20 with Koodipiriyal Ending of this celebration. In the middle of these dates, for 11 days, Thitambu Nriththam a kind of hit the dance floor with the divinities of Krishna and Balarama is held at Pookoth Nada 1 km from Trichambaram temple .