Lord Subrahmanya, son of Lord Siva, is the presiding deity of this temple. The temple is said to be connected with the famous epic, 'Ramayana'. It is believed that it was here that Lord Rama along with Lakshmana halted on their way to free Sita from Ravana in Lanka. The temple also has a shrine for the serpent God and has a number of bronze and copper idols of snakes. The annual festival of the temple is celebrated for eight days. Kathakali, Chakyarkoothu, Ottanthullal, Parayan Thullal and Seethankan Thullal are the main art-forms performed during the festival. Another important concert during the festival is a highly religious dance, ' Thidampunritham' performed by the priest. Peralaserry Subramania Temple along with Payyanur Subramania temple is probably the most important and must visit Subramania Temples in Kerala.
How to get to Peralaserry Subramania Temple, Kannur, Kerala.
Nearest Railway Station : Kannur (Cannanore) 16 Kms away.
Nearest Airports: Mangalore in Karnataka State, about 50 kms from Kasaragod and Kozhikode (Calicut) International Airport , Karipur, about 200 kms from Kasaragod
Main Private Bus Terminal in Kannur: 16kms away.
KSRTC Bus Terminal in Kannur (Caltex): 15Kms away.
Om Sree Subhramanya Namah!