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StudentsParassini Madappura provides free lunch to students from the temple oottuppura, irrespective of caste and religion...
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StudentsAt Dharmashala, in NH 17, Parassini Madappura Administration provides free refreshment to pilgrims and other people who pass by...
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Parassini Madappura Sree Muthappan Temple located on the banks of the river Valapattanam is one of the famous shrine in Kerala. The shrine is dedicated to Sree Muthappan.

Parassini Madappura Sree Muthappan Temple is not a Kshethram but it is a Madappura. Unlike other temples, the devotees can 'interact' with the God as they pour out their grievances in a free-wheeling 'chat' with the tastefully decorated "Muthappan Theyyam", an artist who assumes 'divinity' by representing the God. The theyyam responds with convincing solutions, which are believed by the devotees as sacred and that of the God. Muthappan theyyam then parts with the liquor and elder male devotees take it as ‘necter’ while the other offerings are set apart for dogs, considered the Lord’s pet animal, which eagerly wait outside the temple to pick up the dishes.
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Sree Muthappan

The annaul festivals ('Ulsavam')

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Sree Muthappan is the personification of two divine figures – Thiruvappana (Lord Vishnu) and Vellatom (Lord Shiva). The dual divine figures Thiruvappana and Vellatom are similar to those of the Theyyamkaliyattem of the Northern Malabar region. Though Sree Muthappan is worshiped as a single deity...
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The annual ‘Puthari Thiruvappana’ festival begins on Vrischikham 16 (Malayalam era, normally December 1 or 2). The festival is associated with the harvest celebration of the local people. It is the time when the local people celebrate their joy after their harvest season, and celebrate their “puthari”...
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