Keezhthali Sree Mahadeva Temple is a renowned and historically important great Siva Temple situated in Tali village of Talappilly Taluk (Varavoor Grama Panchayat) of Thrissur district in Kerala, South India. The Tali village is a panoramic place known for its rich tradition and great historical importance. It is believed that there were 108 Siva Temples in Tali Village, which were constructed by erstwhile Maharaja Cheraman Perumal for his darsan. Most of these temples were destroyed due to various reasons over period of time and Keezhthali Sree Mahadeva Temple is one among them. Only a very big Sivalingam on a small hillock was left over by the age as remnant of the temple. This great temple has since been reconstructed and today, Keezhthali Sree Mahadeva Temple, with the biggest Siva Lingam in Kerala, is the only temple to conduct “Saivagama Padi Pooja” (Pooja conducted on 36 steps inscribed with 36 Siva Sookthams and Paryayams of Parvathi Devi).
The poojas offered by the devotees for various purposes and conducted in the temple in a proper manner are worth and give positive results to the devotees in the area for which the pooja is offered.
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The amount of offering / pooja can be paid by the devotees directly to the account of the Keezhthali Sree Mahadeva Charitable Trust with State Bank of Travancore, Varavoor Branch.