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Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple is situated at Kodungallur in Thrissur District of Kerala. Kodungallur temple is one of the most ancient temples in the northern Kerala. The Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple has very well known by the people throughout Kerala. The Bharani Festival has great importance. Kodungallur Bharani festival starts with the Kozhikkallu moodal which involves the sacrifice of cocks and shedding of its blood which forms an important feature of this temple. Kaavu Theendal is another important event of the temple. A huge crowd gather at the temple for the festival. Kodungallur Bhagvathy is worshipped to protect the people from diseases like cholera and Chicken pox. Bhagawati Temple is also referred to as the abode of Kannagi, an incarnation of Kaali.

Kodungallur Bhagavathy Temple can be easily accessible from the nearby towns, cities and districts of Kerala. Nedumbassery International Airport in Kochi is the nearest airport to the temple. The nearest railway station is Irinjalakuda Railway Station, which is 20 km away from the temple. The temple can also be easily reached by road. There are always frequent bus services to Kodungallur.

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