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Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapathy Temple

Mathirappilly – Mathirappilly Vinayaka Chathurthi

Mathirappilly Vinayaka Chathurthi – Mathirappilly is a small village in Kothamangalam Taluk of Ernakulam district, Kerala, South India. The village is blessed by the green vegetation of the rice fields and coconut trees.

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Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapthi Temple Shrine


Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapathy Temple

Ancient and famous Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapathy temple is situated at Mathirappilly in Kothamangalam Taluk of Ernakulam district in Kerala. Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapathy Temple is an ancient shrine of Sree Mahaganapathy and Sree Dharma Sastha.

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Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapthi Temple – Nagaraja, Nagayakshi


The prominent trait of this temple is the Aadimoola Ganapathy idol, having its trunk curved towards the right (form of ‘Siddhi Vinayaka’) and Sree Dharma Sastha have equal importance, and both are facing towards west in separate shrine.

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Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapathi Temple – Aanappanthal


Minor Deities

Bala Ganapathi (Child form of Lord Ganesh), Dakshinamoorthi (Lord Shiva as Teacher), Goddess Durga, Naga Raja and Naga Yakshi.

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Mathirappilly Vinayak Chathurthi (Ganesh Chathurthi) Ashtadravya Mahaganapathi Homam


Festival

Festival of Mathirappilly Sree Mahaganapathy Temple is celebrated with Rohini asterism in the Malayalam calendar month of Medam (April – May).

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Mathirappilly Vinayak Chathurthi – Gaja Pooja


Mathirappilly Vinayaka Chathurthi (Ganesh Chathurthi)

Mathirappilly Vinayaka Chathrthi is one of the important and most popular Ganesh Chathurthi festivals in Kerala. Mathirappilly Vinayaka Chathurthi is celebrated on ‘shukla chaturthi’ (fourth day of the waxing moon period), in the Malayalam month of Chingam (August – September).

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Mathirappilly Vinayak Chathurthi – Aanayoottu


Sahasrashtadhika Ashtadravya Maha Ganapathi Homam (Ganapathi Homam performed with 1008 coconuts), Ganesh Sangeetharadhana, ‘Gajapooja’ and ‘Aana oottu’ (ritual that reveres elephant as Lord Ganesh) are the significance of Mathirappilly Vinayaka Chathrthi Festival.

Temple – Timing

Morning : 05.00 am – 10.00 am

Evening : 05.00 pm – 07.30 pm

Contact Number

+91 9048079121

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