Jaya deva dhayapara, sathgunane,
Jaya bhakthaparayana, Chinmayane,
Jaya pankaja sambhava poojithane,
Paripahi parath para Shanmukha maam

Jaya thunga jada dhara puthra namo,
Jaya nirmala vishrutha deva nama,
Jaya kanmasha nasana dheera nama,
Paripahi parath para Shanmukha maam

Ajitham Jayadham varadham shubhadham,
Yathi sevya manohara shad vadanam,
Sura dhanava sevitha punyamathim,
Kalayami parathpara meesa sutham

Thumpamon Vadakkumnatha Temple is an ancient temple near Pandalam in Kerala, India.This temple has two Sreekovils (sanctum sanctorum). Both Sreekovils are round (vatta). It is an age old temple whispering several fascinating legendary fables of the bygone eras.
The first Sreekovil of this temple is dedicated to a deity named as Vadakkumnatha. It is believed by the worshippers that the Lord installed in this Sreekovil is a form of Lord Shiva. Few other devotees believe that the deity is a representation of Muruga i.e. Lord Kartikeya while others are of the opinion that it is a form of Lord Vishnu.
The worshipers believe that the deity in the second Sreekovil (known as Thekkumnathan) is Balamuruga. It is believed that this deity was worshiped by SakthiBhadra the author of AscharyaChudamani (a drama for Koodiyatta).SakthiBhadra was a contemporary to Sree Shankaracharya, the author of Adwaitha Philosophy. This Sreekovil has been adorned with magnificent mural paintings that augment its beauty.

How you will reach here
It is 6 kms away from the holly town Pandalam, the Birth Place of Lord Ayyappa and 9 Kms away from the district capital Pathanamthitta.

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