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Pratyumgira Devi Temple at Trivandrum – Brahmapuram Sree Mahalakshmi Pratyangira Devi Temple

Pratyumgira Devi Temple located at Trivandrum in Kerala is unique as it is one the rare temples in India where Goddess Lakshmi and Pratyangira Devi are the presiding deities. Another unique aspect of the temple is that Mahalakshmi and Ganapati are worshipped in the same sanctum sanctorum.

Darshan of Mahalakshmi and Ganapati together is considered highly meritorious.

Devotees offer prayers here for prosperity, marriage, healthy children, education, employment and good health.

Pratyumgira Devi is a fierce manifestation of Mother Goddess Shakti and she protects her children from all negative forces.

Special prayers are offered to Goddess Pratyumgira Devi on Tuesdays and Amavasya days.

The main offering to the Goddess is Prathyumgira Homam. It is believed to eradicate bad luck, evil eyes and other nefarious activities of enemies.

The main festival in the shrine is observed in Malayalam Kumbham month.

Subsidiary deities worshipped in the temple include Budhi-Siddhi Ganapati and Lakshmi Narayan.

The shrine is located at Sasthamangalam in Trivandrum.