Mahadeva


The unusable temple pond was modernized and made useful. Various constructions such as a three storied decorative tower, a nadappandal facing the Goddess Sriparvathy's shrine, quarters for the thanthri and the priest, the Thiruvathira wedding hall, the covering of the shrine with copper sheet, paving granite stones along the temple walkway, a roof for Nalambalam, and a rainwater storage were accomplished. Eight acres of land was purchased for the construction of a building and parking station. There are other ongoing constructions too..


Sree Parvathy Devi


The temple trust adopted the Keralavarma Sanskrit Upper Primary School and Akavoor primary school which were managed by the Akavoormana. Preparations for upgrading this into a higher secondary school are progressing.




Sathi Devi


Several relief works are done in the medical field by the temple trust. Extending help to the patient and regular distribution of food in coorperation with Kalady sai Kendra for the government hospital are few among them. During the Natapputhura festival free medical aid is provided by the Lakshmi Hospital the Gouri Lakshmi medical center has been set up near the temple. The center was commissioned on the Birth day of Kerala. The cost for constructing this center amounts to 60 lakhs. Only a nominal amount is accepted as fees from the devotees for medical assistance. Medicines are also distributed in subsidized rates. Free consultation is offered by specialized doctors. Offering help to the deprived patients and supporting them are divine deeds. Devotees are welcome to extend their contributions towards this.


Sree Dharma Sastha


Several relief works are done in the medical field by the temple trust. Extending help to the patient and regular distribution of food in coorperation with Kalady sai Kendra for the government hospital are few among them. During the Natapputhura festival free medical aid is provided by the Lakshmi Hospital the Gouri Lakshmi medical center has been set up near the temple. The center was commissioned on the Birth day of Kerala. The cost for constructing this center amounts to 60 lakhs. Only a nominal amount is accepted as fees from the devotees for medical assistance. Medicines are also distributed in subsidized rates. Free consultation is offered by specialized doctors. Offering help to the deprived patients and supporting them are divine deeds. Devotees are welcome to extend their contributions towards this.