The temple situated at Sreekrishnapuram in Palakkad district. Heading your way to the Ganapati Mandapam, you will see the entrance to the
Snake Temple. One must enter this highly powerful and dynamic temple with utmost purity. It is mandatory to observe complete silence here. One can offer turmeric powder and oil, praying for eradication of the malefic effects of “Naga Dosha.” Special poojas are conducted on the day of “Ayilyam Nakshatra” to please the serpent gods. Couples without children can perform this pooja regularly for blessings to have children. Beside this temple, construction of “BhugarbhaLingeswara Temple” and “Nakshatravanam” projects are in progress. As you go down the stairs, you can see the medicinal tree “Murukanjiram” on the right side. Once you reach the Ganapati Mandapam, you will see the “Balabhadra Theertha Kulam” in the field just in front of you where preparations for the consecration of Goddess Balabhadra are in progress. After thanking all the deities, touching the soil filled with Babaji’s grace reverentially and getting permission from the guardian deity “Lord Bairava,” you can make your way back home.
Sharavanabhava Matam Goshala
The “Goshala” is one of the highlights here. If you walk a little further from the Naga Temple, you can see the “Goshala.” The cows are very well cared for here. You can also donate essential items needed for the cows. It is mandatory to get the receipt for the offerings.
The “Cauvery Theertham” is a holy place where water is always available for all the needs of the Matam. Many ailments have been cured by drinking this holy water. Similarly, Lakshmi Theertham is maintained with divine concepts. Shiva Ganga Theertham is used to purify the body. In addition, conservation of water resources like wells and other ponds are also being executed by the Matam.