Vazhappally Sree Mahadeva Temple is a Hindu sanctuary situated in Vazhappally close Changanassery in Kottayam area in the Indian territory of Kerala. Accepted to be developed in the first Chera King Dynasty. As indicated by the legend, Kerala is the land skilled by Lord Parasurama, the 6th manifestation of Lord Maha Vishnu. The establishment of the symbol of the Lord Mahadeva was performed by Lord Parasurama himself.
This grand sanctuary is one among the 108 Siva Temples built up by Lord Parasurama. Master Maha Vishnu was embodied as Parasurama in the Tretayuga. The correct time of establishment of this sanctuary isn't known. Vazhappally sanctuary is verifiably essential and contains some lithic records of the rule of Rajasekhara Varma Kulasekhara 820-844 AD other than some fine seventeenth century wood carvings Daarusilpas portraying dolls from legends.
The Vattezhuttu engraving on the northern piece of the base of the social place of worship shows that the repairs were finished in Kollam time 840 1665 AD. It is an antiquated Grama Kshethra otherwise called "Dakshina Kailasam". The symbol of the vazhappally sanctuary is hundreds of years old and is considered as the Siva of Neelamperoor sanctuary. The legend behind this idea is that Chera Raja Pallibana Perummal, an adherent of Budha, when de-throwned by the "Hindu Bhattas" following a thrashing in contention, achieved Neelamperoor.