Panchatheertha Adi Parasakthi Devasthanam
Kottayam -> Pampady -> Kodungoor -> Manimala -> Platheri
-> Mukkada -> Karithod through Cheruvali Estate
Changanacherry -> Karukachal -> Manimla -> Platheri ->
Mukkada -> Anchukuzhi
From Kottayam town, proceed east through Kottayam Kumali Road (KK
road) and pass through Pampadi (18Km),
From Pampadi proceed towards Kodungoor junction. This is on
the way to Kumali on NH 220 about 8 Kms.
From Kodungoor turn right to Manimala - 10 Kms
From Manimala proceed on Erumeli/Ranni Route. Placheri comes
in about 6 kms.
Turn left from Placheri to Mukkada - 2 Kms
From Mukkada, travel through Cheruvalli Estate towards Karithod
through Mukkada - Karithod road. This road is also called Parasakthi
In about 4 Kms, the road forks left to Estate bungalow and the other
towards Erumeli. Proceed right toward Erumeli, Temple is two
kilometers on the right hand side. Watch for the temple arch.
From Changanacherry, temple can be reached through Karukachal route
(20 kms). 18 kilometers to Manimala, 6 kms to platheri, 1 Km to
Mukkada and follow the route as described above.
Nearest hotel location will be at Erumeli. Postal Address is
Kanakappalam P. O. Erumeli.
Since there are five water falls, this place is known as Anchukuzhi.
History links these five ponds to “pancha pandavas”. It is also
established that this Devi was sent by Lord Krishna to protect the
Pancha Pandavas during their “Vanavas”.
Devotees from distant locations can write to the manger at the
following address for any offerings they want to be done on their
behalf. Cost of the Pooja can be remitted through regular Postal
Manager - Panchatheertha
Phone +91 (0)481 242 9086 || 0481 653 0934