Idanattu Sree Indalayappa Swami Kshethram
Kurichi Idanattu Shree Indalayappa Swamy temple is a blessed sanctuary where the main prathishta is Shree Parameshwaran [Lord Shiva] in his ‘Kiraatha-Moorthy’ form
1008 Kudam Abhishekam
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108 Kudam Abhishekam
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25 Kalashabhishekam
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Aarattukadavile Pooja
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Aayillyam Pooja
100
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Abhishekam(Paal ,Enna,Ney,Bhasmam)
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Ada Vara Nivedhyam
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Aghora Homam
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Aghora Mandra Pushpanjali
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Ahassu
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Ahassu
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Ahassu
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Ahassu
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Aikyamathyasooktha Pushpanjali
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Aimpoli
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Aravana
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Archana
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Arunazhi Payasam
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Ashtadravya Ganapathy Homam
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Ashtotharam Pushpanjali
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Ashttabhishekam
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Ayursooktha Pushpanjali
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Bhadrakali Pooja
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Bhagavathi Seva(Palmamittu)
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Bhagyasooktha Pushpanjali
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Deeparadhana
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Deeparadhanayum Chuttuvilakkum
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Dhanwantharimandra Pushpanjali
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Durga Pooja
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Ellu Kizhi
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Ellu Payasam
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Ganapathy Homam
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Graha Pooja( Oru Grahathinu)
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Guruthi Nivedhyam(Bhadrakali , Yakshiamma)
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Guruthi Pushpanjali
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Jala Dhara
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Jayadurga Mandra Pushpanjali
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Kadhalippazha Nivedhyam
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Kadum Payasam (1/4 Ltr)
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Kalashabhishekam
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Kalkanda Nivedhyam
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Kanika-101
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Kanika-11
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Kanika-21
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Kanika-51
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Karikkum Varayum Nivedhyam (Yakshi Amma)
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Karuka Homam
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Katti Mala
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Keda Vilakku( One Day )Enna
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Keda Vilakku( One Day )Ney
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Kiratham Kathakali
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Kootta Namaskaram
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Koovala Mala
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Ksheera dhara
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Kshruta dhara
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Makarasankramam Pooja(Viseshal)
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Mala
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Mrithyunjaya Homam
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Mrithyunjaya Mandra Pushpanjali
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Mukham charthu
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Muzhukappu
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Navagraha Pooja
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Navagraha Santhi Homam
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Neeranjanam
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Neeranjanam (Ney)
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Ney Vilakku
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Niramala
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Nira para
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Noorum Paalum Nivedhyam
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Nrisimha Pushpanjali
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Oru Dhivasam Pooja
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Oru Neram Pooja
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Paal Payasam (1/4 Ltr)
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Pithrunamaskaram
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Pizhinju Payasam
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Prasadamoottu
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Prasadamoottu
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Purakil Vilakku
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Purushasooktha Mandra Pushpanjali
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Rakshasinu Nivedhyam
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Rakshasinu Nivedhyam(Palmamittu)
75
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Raktha Pushpanjali
25
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Rudrabhishekam(including rudra Pooja)
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Rudra Pooja
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Sahasranama Pushpanjali
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Saiva Mandra Pushpanjali
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Sankrathi Pooja
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Santhanagopala Mandra Pushpanjali
20
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Sapthaham
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Sarppabali
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Shaneeswara Pooja(Sasthavinu)
150
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Shankabhishekam
20
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Shatrusamhara Pushpanjali
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Sreebhootha Bali
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Sreekara Mandra Pushpanjali
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Sudharsana Homam
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Sudharsana Mandra Pushpanjali
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Swoyamvara Mandra Pushpanjali
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Thaila Dhara
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Thamboola Nivedhyam
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Thila Homam
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Thrikala Pooja
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Thrikala Pooja(Palmamittu)
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Thrimadhuram
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Thulasi Mala
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Uma Maheswara Pooja
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Unniyappam(5 Ennam)
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Utsava Bali
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Vanadurga mandra Pushpanjali
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Vara Nivedhyam
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VellaNivedhyam
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Venna Nivedhyam(Mahavishnu)
50
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Vidyagopala Mandra Pushpanjali
20
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Viseshal Dhivasangalile Pooja
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Viseshal Ganapathy Homam
100
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Vishnu Pooja
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Yakshiammakku Valiya Guruthi
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About Temple

Kurichi Idanattu Shree Indalayappa Swamy temple is a blessed sanctuary where the main prathishta is Shree Parameshwaran [Lord Shiva] in his ‘Kiraatha-Moorthy’ form, which is the expression of the Parabrahma Swaroopa present in all the living beings and matter, as the destroyer of enemies and matter, as the destroyer of enemies and evil forces. He showers blooms and blessings upon devotees. The Chaithanya of Sabarimala Sree Dharma Sastha also is infused in the moola-bimbam.There is no other prathishta similar to this in India.
The name ‘Indalayappa’ means ‘The God who removes sorrows and ego’ from worshipping devotees.’Indal’ means sorrows and arrogance.’Ila’means to remove or destroy. ‘Appan’ is word of respect to the deity, reffering to Lord Shiva.
In the Mahabharatha epic, Arjuna went to performed penance (tapas) in the Himalayan forest, to get blessings and divine weapons from Lord Shiva. During that time Lord Shiva appeared in the form of a forest dweller (Kattaalan or Kiraathan) or hunter. Arjuna had a fight with that wild hunter, in which the Pandava hero was utterly defeated, and fell down on the ground. Sitting on the ground Arjuna made a Siva-linga in the soil and worshipped Shree Mahadeva.As he showered leaves upon Siva-linga as archana, each leaf was transformed into beautiful flower, and fell upon the head of the hunter .Arjuna was filled with wonder and amazement. Immediately he understood that the hunter was indeed Lord Siva. Being pleased by his penance Lord Siva blessed Arjuna and gave him the divine weapon’Paashupatham’ arrow.
This ‘Kiraatha-Moorthy expression of Lord Siva or Shree Mahadevan,who blesses his devotees and grants boons to them, as well as destroys evil forces, is the main Prathishta of this temple.
HISTORY
Formerly the area where this temple is situated had been a jungle. One day some people, who went to the jungle in search of medicinal herbs, saw an old man sitting on a rock. They approached the old man and asked:” Who are you? How did you come here?”
Then the old man replied: “I have been living here since a long time .I haven’t eaten food since a long period. Please give me some food.“I have been living here since a long time. I haven’t eaten food since a long period. Please give me some food.”
Those people had ‘Vara-Podi’- powdered fried rice-with them, which they gave to the old man. After eating it, he disappeared. Those people were frightened. They informed the local ruler Naikkar about this. The jungle was cut and cleared under his supervision, when the ruins of an ancient temple were found there. An astrologer who examined the site informed that there is the presence of Lord Siva in the form of ‘Kiraatha-Moorthi’ at that site. He instructed that sathvik poojas must be performed and the main nivedhyam must be ‘Vara-podi’.
So poojas are performed by a Brahmin from the nearby Perumpozhippurathu Illam.He was entrusted the duty of performing daily poojas. Renovation of the ancient temple was carried out under the supervision of the local ruler. The Responsibility of looking after the affairs of the temple was at first entrusted to the pullamplayil family, who later handed over the ownership of the temple to Perumpozhippurathu Illam,whose members were performing poojas in the temple. Since then the administration of the temple has been done by the members of this illam and poojas are performed by them.
For the progress of the temple, ’Indalayappa Seva sanghom’ was formed with participation of devotees.
Festivals:-
1. MAKARA SAMKRAMA THIRU ULSAVAM
This is an 8-days festival. The day of Makara Samkranthi is the most important festival day, celebrated with Pallivetta and Sarpa Bali. During the festival Sapthaha Yajna also is performed. Festival ends with Aaraatt (the holy bath).

2. PUNA PRATHISHTA DAY-MEENAM 3
This festival is celebrated with Navakam Panchagavya Kalashabhishekam, Sree bhootha Bali and other special poojas.

3. VISHU
Vishu is celebrated by placing the Thrukkani in Sreekovil, performance of special poojas and offering kaineettam to the devotees.

4. DWAJA PRATHISHTA DAY
This festival is on the Karkataka Samkranthi day, and is celebrated with special poojas.

5. CHINGA SAMKRANTHI DAY
This festival of the New Year is celebrated with Ashtadravya Maha Ganapathi Homa and Bhagavathi Seva as Thrikaala Pooja.

6. THIRU ONAM
In the month of Chingam, Thiruvonam is celebrated with special Poojas.

7. MANDALA MAASA SAMAPANAM
This festival is celebrated with Udaya-ASthamana Poojas.

8. ASHTABHISHEKAM
This is celebrated on the first day of Dhanu month, with Ashtabhishekam and Special poojas.

ഇടനാട്ട് ശ്രീ ഇണ്ടളയപ്പ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രം

കുറിച്ചി ഇടനാട്ട് ശ്രീ ഇണ്ടളയപ്പ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രം അനുഗ്രഹീതമായ ഒരു സങ്കേതമാണ്, അവിടെ പ്രധാന പ്രതിഷ്ഠയായ ശ്രീ പരമേശ്വരൻ [പരമശിവൻ] തന്റെ 'കിരാത-മൂർത്തി' രൂപത്തിലാണ് കാണപ്പെടുന്നത്.

1. മകര സംക്രമ തിരു ഉൽസവം
ഇത് 8 ദിവസത്തെ ഉത്സവമാണ്. പള്ളിവേട്ടയും സർപ്പബലിയുമായി ആഘോഷിക്കുന്ന ഏറ്റവും പ്രധാനപ്പെട്ട ഉത്സവമാണ് മകരസംക്രാന്തി ദിനം. ഉത്സവകാലത്ത് സപ്താഹയജ്ഞവും നടത്താറുണ്ട്. ആറാട്ടോടെ (വിശുദ്ധ കുളി) ഉത്സവം അവസാനിക്കും.

2. പുനപ്രതിഷ്ഠാ ദിനം-മീനം 3
നവകം പഞ്ചഗവ്യ കലശാഭിഷേകം, ശ്രീഭൂതബലി, മറ്റ് പ്രത്യേക പൂജകൾ എന്നിവയോടെയാണ് ഈ ഉത്സവം ആഘോഷിക്കുന്നത്.

3. വിഷു
ശ്രീകോവിലിൽ തൃക്കണി വച്ചും പ്രത്യേക പൂജകൾ നടത്തിയും ഭക്തർക്ക് കൈനീട്ടം സമർപ്പിച്ചുമാണ് വിഷു ആഘോഷിക്കുന്നത്.

4. ദ്വജപ്രതിഷ്ഠാ ദിനം
ഈ ഉത്സവം കർക്കടക സംക്രാന്തി ദിനത്തിലാണ്, പ്രത്യേക പൂജകളോടെ ആഘോഷിക്കപ്പെടുന്നു.

5. ചിങ്ങ സംക്രാന്തി ദിനം
പുതുവർഷത്തിലെ ഈ ഉത്സവം അഷ്ടദ്രവ്യ മഹാഗണപതി ഹോമത്തോടും ഭഗവതി സേവയോടും കൂടി തൃക്കാല പൂജയായി ആഘോഷിക്കുന്നു.

6. തിരു ഓണം
ചിങ്ങമാസത്തിൽ തിരുവോണം വിശേഷാൽ പൂജകളോടെ ആഘോഷിക്കുന്നു.

7. മണ്ഡല മാസ സമാപനം
ഉദയ-അസ്തമന പൂജകളോടെയാണ് ഈ ഉത്സവം ആഘോഷിക്കുന്നത്.

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