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Thalikkunu Shiva Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

History

Thalikkunu Shiva Temple is one of the oldest temples of Malabar. This temple has been attacked many times. Currently, the Temple is under His Highness Zamorin of Calicut.[citation needed]. Thali, Thiruvannur, Varackal, Puthur, Govindapuram etc. are other important temples in the town of Kozhikode as well as those nearby were completely destroyed as a result of Tipu's military operations. Some of them were reconstructed by the Zamorin after he returned following the defeat of Tipu Sultan in Sreerangapatanam and the Treaty of 1792.According to the Malabar Gazetteer, the following important temples were destroyed by Tippu's Army. Tali Mahadeva Temple, Kozhikode. Sree Valayanadu Bhagavathy Temple, Govindapuram, Calicut. Tiruvannur Siva Temple, Kozhikode

how can you reach this temple
By Surface Transport

Just five kilometers from the temple to KSRTC bus stands

The Nearest railway station is Kozhikode Railway Station

By Air
The nearest Airport is Calicut International Airport, also known as Kozhikode Airport or Karipur Airport.
Map

Thalikkunu Shiva Temple Mankave

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Timings and Events
Events
The most important are the Maha Shivaratri which is celebrated on the Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi of Hindu calendar month Maagha as per Amavasya-ant month calculation. As per Poornima-ant month calculation, the day is Krishna Paksha Chaturdashi of Hindu calendar month Phalguna which falls in February or March as per the Gregorian calendar. Of the twelve Shivaratris in the year, the Maha Shivarathri is the holiest. The Maha Shivaratri is Celebrated in grand every year. The celebration included Kazcha Sheeveli accompanied with Elephant, Chuttu Vilakku, Vilakinezhunallippu, Niramala, Maha Ganapati Homam etc. Cultural programs of Children are also conducted along with Prasadam distribution and Annadanam (Lunch) to all the devotees. Year by year the temple is gaining more devotees and developments for a peace and Safe pilgrimage.

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