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Amanakara Bharatha Swamy Temple History - Festival - Gods Worshipped

Amanakara Bharatha Swamy temple is located at Ramapuram, around 20 km from Pala, in Kerala. The annual festival in the temple is observed in Medam month. The 6-day festival begins with kodiyettam on the Anizham Nakshatra day in Medam month and ends with Arattu on the Thiruvonam Nakshatra day.

Amanakara Bharatha Swamy Temple is one among the Nalambalam temples dedicated to Sri Rama, Bharata, Lakshmana and Shatrughna in Kottayam District.

It is believed that the main murti in the shrine was installed around 1500 years ago by a Yogi. The main deity in the temple is Bharatha Swamy, brother of Bhagavan Sri Ram. The deity faces west. In the north side of the temple, there is a Shiva temple facing east.

The main offerings in the temple are Shankh, Palpayasam and Tulsi mala.

The temple is a classic example of Kerala style temple architecture.