Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vadakkanthara is a place in Palakkad district in kerala, India. Vadakkanthra is known for its temple, Vadakkanthara Bhagavathy Temple and for the beauty of its natural places. It is a village in Vithara which mainly consists of Brahmins (Iyers). The majority of the people are ethnic Tamil Brahmins. Vadakkanthara Bhagavathy Temple - It is a temple in Vadakkanthara, Palakkad. Devotees believe that Kanaki (Kannagi) is the Goddess and after burning Madurai, Kanaki came to Palakkad with her own people called Moothans (A Vaisya Group with a blend of Tamil & Malayalam Culture) and settled at NadupathiMannam Place (Melamuri-Moothanthara). This Temple was demolished and ransacked by Tippu Sultan, the son of Hyder Ali during his reign at Palakkad fort.
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