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KUTTIATTOOR SIVAKSHETHRAM is an an ancient Temple of centuries old. It is one among the Maha Siva Temple of Kerala, which is established by Khara Maharshi (A Sage who destroys sins) The Trustee of the Temple is Chirakkal Kovilakam. Ever since the Privy Purse was abolished by the Govt. the Temple is not being properly cared by the Chirakkal Kovilakam Raja Family. The Temple situates on a pleasant beautiful hilly area 20 km East of Kannur town, Kerala and 100km from Calicut airport. When the Mahasiva Temple was properly managed and daily Poojas conducted. The people in the remote village were healthy both physically and mentally, well educated and well placed. Now situation is quite contrary. Hindu communities though large in number are financially poor. The local people believe they all have one suffering or other as the Temple activities are not properly conducted.

The Mahasiva Temple with tiled roof extending to campus area of 7000 sq.m is at present in a dilapidated condition. The SRIKOVIL is 2 Meters above Chuttambalam and Chuttambalam is 4 meters above the ground level, and the Temple campus is on hill valley. The Holy Pond 50 meters below the ground level is to be put in to use. Due to lack of facility people are not able to worship in the Temple. Seven days yearly festival and two time daily Pooja (Method of Worship) are being conducted presently. A well wisher born and brought up in this remote village presently residing in Singapore, formed a Committee named “KUTTIATTOOR SIVAKSHETHRA SAMRAKSHANA SAMITHI” (Temple maintenance Committee), has recently decided to renovate the Temple and redevelop its premises, keeping in mind the present day necessities. A Three Year plan is put up in this connection. The trustee and Hindu Religious Department, Govt. of Kerala is not in a position to help in this matter. The well wisher look after the day to day Pooja’s and festivals for the past seven years.