Primary Diety: : Murugan Karthikeya (Harigeethapureshan)
Address: : Haripad Temple Rd, Danapadi, Haripad, Kerala 690514, India
Open Hours: : 24 Hours
Completed: : the 20th Century
Establishment: : 3500 years old
Temple Rituals: : Panchassara Chathushatahamnivedyam, Thrimadhuranivedyam, Kadumpayasam, Chathushataham, Panchamritham (Nivedyam and Abhishekam), vellanivedyam, Palpayasam, Unniyappanivedyam, Nivedyam Chathushataham
General Trivia: : The idol of the deity Lord Subrahmanya was built in a sculptural style of the Buddhist era; hence it's large and has four arms.
Festivals: : Avani Utsavam in Chingom, Aatta Speciality (Aatta Vishesham), Divasa Vishesham, Masa Vishesham, Utsava Trayam.
Note: : Please leave your footwear outside and wear traditional clothes
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Known as the Palani of South, Haripad Sree Subrahmanya Swamy temple is one of the largest and oldest Subramanya Swami temples in Kerala. With 3500 years of history, the temple is believed to be established by Lord Parashurama before the advent of Kaliyuga. Built according to the traditional architecture of Kerala, the temple has four gopurams. It's famous for the longest golden flagpost or Kodimaram (dhwajastambha) and one of the largest temple ponds called Perumkulam that stretches over 5 acres. With a round-shaped temple sanctum, it also houses a Koothambalam and Murugan's Vahana.
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