Thalavil Sree Mahavishnu Temple Kannur

The Thalavil Sree Mahavishnu Temple is a significant religious center for devotees of Lord Vishnu in the region. The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Mahavishnu, the supreme god in Vaishnavism.

Lord Vishnu is often depicted as having a blue complexion, with four arms holding a conch shell (shankha), a discus (chakra), a mace (gada), and a lotus flower (padma). He typically wears golden ornaments and is adorned with a crown and sacred tilaka on his forehead.

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Vishnu represents the principle of preservation, which is essential for the sustenance and continuity of the universe. His role in Hindu cosmology underscores the cyclical nature of creation, preservation, and dissolution, symbolizing the eternal cycle of life and death.


The Temple has a number of festivals. The important ones are :


Vishu is a significant festival celebrated in Kerala, India, marking the Malayalam New Year. It is observed with the Vishu Kani, an auspicious arrangement of items symbolizing prosperity, and the giving of Vishukkaineetam, which is money given to family members as a token of good luck and prosperity for the year ahead.

Maha Shivaratri

Sivarathri, also known as Maha Shivaratri, is one of the most auspicious and widely celebrated festivals dedicated to Lord Shiva in Hinduism

Contact Address: Thalavil Sree Mahavishnu Temple, Thaliparambu, Kannur

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