Velorvattom Sri Mahadeva Temple is a Hindu temple located in Cherthala in Alleppey district in the Indian state of Kerala. Believed a Hindu temple is a symbolic residence, seat and body of god. It is a structure designed to bring humans and gods together, the usage of symbolism to explicit the ideas and beliefs of Hinduism. The symbolism and shape of a Hindu temple are rooted in Vedic traditions, deploying circles and squares. A temple contains all elements of Hindu cosmos—presenting the best, the evil and the human, in addition to the factors of Hindu feel of cyclic time and the essence of life to be built in the 7th century through Azhvanchery Thamprakkal.
According to the legend, Kerala is the land proficient through Lord Parasurama, the sixth incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu. The set up of the idol of the Lord Shiva become carried out by means of sage Parasurama himself. The Velorvattom Sri Mahadeva Temple is one of the few temples of the state wherein Nalambalam and Flagmast are dedicated. Temple is one many of the 108 Siva Temples indexed in the Shivalaya sothram; the precise period of set up of this temple is not recognised. This Temple is Kudumbha kshetram or circle of relatives moolasthana prathista for lots well-known Families in Kerala.