Welcome to THIRUVAMBADY TEMPLE
With a large number of temples-big and small- flourishing here, Thrissur can truly be called a Temple City. Sree Vadkkunnathan Temple, Thiruvambady and Paramekkavu are the foremost among these. The Thiruvambady temple was originally situated in a village 15 km away from Thrissur and the main deity Lord Krishna, was, some five centuries ago, brought to Thrissur. This caused the establishment of Thiruvambady Temple at Thrissur.
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Daily Routine & Offerings
Usually the day starts with the blowing of the conch at 4.00 a.m. The sanctums are opened by 4.30 a.m. At 5 a.m. we can watch the 'Vaakacharthu' of Lord Krishna, 'Vakacharthu' is the holy oil bath of the Lord.Read More
The poojas and other rites are performed with meticulous care and dedication by the priests. The Thanthri of the temple hails from Puliyannur Mana and the present incumbent in position is Brahmasri Sankaranarayanan Namboodiripad.Read More
The Thrissur Pooram consisting of processions of fully caparisoned elephants, choicest percussion ensembles like Panchavadyam and Pandimelom, and a colourful display of fireworks has no parallel for comparison. With illuminations, festoons, pandals and welcome arches, the town turns itself into a varitable paradise during the Pooram season.
2018 Thrissur Pooram Festival falls on 25 and 26 April
The Sandeepani Vidya Nikethan is an ambitions educational venture of Thiruvambady Devaswom. School has up to 10th Standard, functioning in 2010- 11. The school is affiliated to ICSE, New Delhi.