With an accumulation of lovely Mural canvases, some of which are over 400 years of age, this enormous 1000 year old temple and chronicled structure is celebrated for the Nataraja Mural close to the fundamental door. The structure till date, shows its unique hues without much protection.
The altar of Vadakkumnathan is additionally arranged there, which is evidently secured totally under ghee for quite a long time, with no occurrence of dissolving. The places of worship of Mahavishnu and Shankaranarayan are additionally situated in the temple. It highlights one of the biggest Dance Hall, called Koothambalam which portray one of a kind Keralan engineering. It has conventional exhibitions called Nangyar Koothu.
Simply outside the temple complex are arranged the Thiruvambadi Krishna Temple and Paramekkavu Devi Temple, which are thought to be the sister temples of Vadakummnathan. This Temple is entirely open to Hindus. Non-Hindus are not permitted inside, but rather they can remain outside and take a gander at the photographs from that point.