Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple




Sree Poornathrayeesa temple is located to 10 km of Tripunithura, south-east of Kochi City, in Ernakulam District of Kerala. The temple contains Santhanagopala Murthy or Santhana Gopala Moorthy as senior members of divinity. Santhanagopalamoorthy that literally means "Savior of children" is an incarnation of Lord Mahavishnu. Vishnu to see is in a sitting position in the shadow of the five dating from Ananthan. This is a clear pose in contrast to all the other Vishnu temple, where the Lord is normally in an attitude inherent in the serpent, divine Anantha. The body of the serpent eingeklappte even serves as the headquarters for the god. The two hands of superior of Vishnu Sanku consider (conch) and Sudarshana Chakram (Santos wheel) and the bottom of the right hand, that occupies the Padmam (Lotus Flower).
On the back of the Sreekovil, is a small window, from where you get a travel trailer can be a look at the idol of Santhana Gopala Moorthy of Sree Poornathrayeesa temple. Trailer can be also a look to the Idol of Mr Ganapathi in the south of the extreme-Sanctum Sanctorum. It should be noted that, in addition to the idol of Lord Ganesha, no other Upadevatas are venerated in the temple Sree Poornathrayeesa.
Poornathrayeesa is the combination of 3 words - "poorna", "closed" thraye three, and 'isa' means Iswara What is the lord of knowledge or the Lord of the three Veden - Rig Veda, Yajur Veda and Sama Veda. Mr Poornathrayeesa is the divinity of the family of the former Kochi dynasty. It is suspected that are blessed kinderlose couples with children in adoration Sree Poornathrayeesan as the Lord is in the form of Mr Santhana Gopalakrishna.
The Temple originally belonged to Kochin royal family. It is suspected that Arjuna of Mahabharatha. created this temple.
The idol, molded in Panchaloha, has a specialty and directed toward the East. Five poojas offered a day, and one of them should be by a single Thanthri, is mandatory. The text is used Puliyanur thantra and the elephant is also a necessity while performing Pooja.
The main Festival this temple is "Vrishchikoltsawam", will take place every year in the month of November and December. A Festival "Athachamayam" is maintained during the Onam Festival.
The history of the Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple, Kerala comes to more than ten decades and has been almost ruined by an outbreak Großbrand in the first years of 1900er. The present Temple is a refurbished.
It is considered that a couple, is really huldigt Vishnu always blessed with children.
Festivals :
There are several festivals which are held at this temple. Some of them are:-
Moosari Uthsavam
On the first 8 days of the Malayalam month of Chingam(August septemer ) there is festival commemorating the great one who sculpted the idol of Poornathrayeesa(Moosari is the metal smith in Malayalam)
Atha Chamayam
This is an annual festival celebrated during the onam festival in the month of Chingam (August-September) . Large number of devotees gather here, Apart from the processions there is also Pulikkali(Tiger dance)
Onbathanthi Uthsavam
This commemorates the bringing back of the idol from Puthan Bungalavu , where the idol was shifted after the fire. This is celebrated on the 9th of the Malayalam month of Thulam (October-November).Onbathanthi means on date 9th.
This is the most important festival of the temple and it is celebrated in the month of Vrischigam (November-December) for a period of eight days. Apart from the AAna Seeveli( procession of God on elephants) a golden pot is also kept on a raised platform. People who make offerings to the pot are supposed to become lucky .Large number of programmes involving folk arts of Kerala and classical arts of South India are arranged during this festival. On the fouth day of the festival called “thrikketta purappadu” , it is belived that God himself is in the procession and not inside the temple.
Sankara Narayana Vilakku
This is a festival celebrated in the month of Dhanu(December-January) on the festival day of Thiruvathira. The God Shiva of the nearby “Perumthrikovil” visits the Poornathrayesa during the day.
Para Uthsavam
This is eight day long festival in the month of Kumbham(February-March) , where the god is received by the householders with one (Para –a measuring tin) full of materials which is offered to the God.
Uthram Vilakku
This also is celebrated in the month of Kumbham (February-March) and is considered as the birthday of the God. On this day , Goddess Lakshmi from the nearby temple of Pishari Kovil visits Purnathrayeesa and there is a joint procession.
Offerings :
There is a Keda Vilakku (lamp which burns always) which is said to be the first lamp lit by Arjuna during the original consecration of the idol. Arjuna collected some gingely seeds and made oil out of the seeds to light the lamp. In memory of this event, the Lord is offered ‘Olpenna” (offering of gingely oil) which is considered as the most important Vazhipadu (offering) in this temple.


Sree Venkateshwara Mandiram Road, Kottakakom, Thrippunithura, Kerala - 682301
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latitude : 10.152000430 longitude :76.401901250
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