Synonyms for kaavu or Related words with kaavu

kshethram              chottanikkara              pazhoor              thirukovil              kotturu              aviduththaey              lingeshwara              polali              kshetram              mahime              pazhaya              kaliamman              mutharamman              rajarajeshwari              ulsavam              shastha              dharmasastha              narsipur              parameswari              devasthana              ashramam              devala              cumbam              mookambika              dharmashastha              durgadevi              devalayam              andavar              sametha              ramalayam              tirtham              kumararama              maheswaram              vinayakar              sthothram              thekke              ravalnath              nandipulam              atishaya              brahmasree              sthan              mukkal              naduvil              madom              karuppur              siruvachur              urchavar              oachira              devastan              shaasthaavum             



Examples of "kaavu"
Kaalee devi is the main prethishttah in this temple. A Kaavu is located near the temple. This temple has a pond located in front of it.
Sree Cherunetturi Bhagavathi Temple, or Chittilamchery Kaavu, is located in the village. The presiding deity is Sri Cherunatturi Amma, or Sri Cherinattury Bhagavathy.
Kaalee devi is the main prethishttah in this temple. A Kaavu is located near the temple. This temple has a pond located in front of it.
The other known Munis are Raja Muni, Lada Muni, Karu Muni, Agni Muni, Veera Muni, Rettai Muni, Kaavu Muni and Yellai Muni.
Saint Ignatius Jacobite Syrian church thottakad, Thottakad St.George Church, Eravuchira St. Mary's Church,P.R.D.S.Church,koduvelil, Mar Aprem Orthodox Church, St Mary's Bethelahem Orthodox Church Thottakad,Thottakad Sankaranarayana Swami Temple, Kuruthikaaman Kaavu Temple,and Rajamattom Church.
Thiruvancheri Kaavu(Sri Vazhumcheri Kavu) and Neicherikandy are the main attractions of South Ambilad. Theyyam, the annual festival of God Muthappan being celebrated at Neycherikandi. (The Theyyam or Theyyattam is a popular ritual dance of north Kerala.)
"Maavila Kaavu" near Maavilayi is an old feudal settlement in Kannur and is famous for annual celebrations of "Adiyutsavam" - a mock war festival. Renowned kerala communist leader A.K.Gopalan was born in Mavilayi
The Palace complex covers more than six hectares, and comprises the traditional residential structures of Kerala, like the Nalukettu, small and medium-sized buildings, two ponds, wells and sacred groves ("kaavu").
The major religious insituitions within the Panchayat are Kandanthalli Sreekrishna Temple, Manakulangara Bhagavathi Temple, Mangad Pottan Theyya Sthanam, Chirakkutti Puthiya Kaavu (Vayalile Kottam), Kanhiramkunnu Poyyil Bhagawati temple, Elanchikkeel Temple, Mangad, Kappoth Kaav, Parakkadav, Vattakkil Muchilottu Kaav, Anchampeetika, Sree kurumba Kaav, Irinav and Ozhakroth Temple, Mangad Juma Masjid, Anchampeedika Juma Masjid, Hajimotta Masjid and Irinave Juma Masjid.
Although none of the Kollatt family members today continue the profession of ayurvedic medicine, the Kollatt family house at Kadakkarapally still has an ancient "vilakku-maadam" (lamp house) maintained, over the centuries, in honour of Itty Achudan Vaidyan. The family home also has remains of a grove ("kaavu") including ancient trees and medicinal plants.
In this temple, Devi (kaali) is the main prethishtah. The temple is in the administration under some families. This kheshetram contain a kaavu . Noorum paalum is the famous activity in this temple. The temple has a pond. Located in the front of the temple.
The main festival of this temple is "Makara Chowa" (The first Tuesday (Chowa in Makara Masam in Malayalam Calendar). "Navaratri Sangeethothsavam" is another festival in this temple."Thazhthe Kaavu Vela" will be celebrated on next day of the Makrachovva. The Nadan Kalaroopam "Kaali Kali" will be conducted on that day.
Most of the people are Hindus, followed by Christians and Muslims. To a lesser extent, there are Jain and Buddhists. The name Nileshwa is derived from the name of a temple Thaliyil Siva Temple (Neelakanteshwaran), and the culture of the town is based in large part by its temples, like Thaliyil Siva Temple, Mannam Purath Kaavu and Vaikunda Temple.
Aneekkara Poomala Bhagavathi Temple is one of the important Hindu temple in the village Kunhimangalam. This is situated in thekkumbad, the southern side of kunhimangalam. Aneekkara poomaala bhagavathi is the idol of this temple. Some ceremony of this temple is related to Malliyottu palottu kaavu.
Neyyattinkara KSRTC Bus Depot is the largest in the taluk and operates a wide array of services. These also include long-distance services to Guruvayoor, Thrissur, Kozhikode, Chakkulath Kaavu, Kollam, Ernakulam, Kanniyakumari, etc. A/C Low Floor buses frequently ply along the Neyyattinkara-East Fort-Medical College-Kazhakkuttam route. There are 24 hour bus service between Trivandrum to Nagarcoil via Neyyattinkara town and Nagarcoil to Trivandrum via Neyyattinkara town.
Neyyattinkara KSRTC Bus Depot is the largest in the taluk and operates a wide array of services. These also include long-distance services to Guruvayoor, Thrissur, Kozhikode, Chakkulath Kaavu, Kollam, Ernakulam, Kanniyakumari, etc. A/C Low Floor buses frequently ply along the Neyyattinkara-East Fort-Medical College-Kazhakkuttam route. There are 24 hour bus service between Trivandrum to Nagarcoil via Neyyattinkara town and Nagarcoil to Trivandrum via Neyyattinkara town.
It is a census village too.This place serves as a major road route connecting Changanasserry, Thiruvalla, Edathua and Mavelikkara. Traditionally, Kavumbhagom was the area around Karunattu Kaavu temple. It was the junction where Tiruvalla-Mavelikkara Road meets Kottayam-Mavelikkara route. As the new road was constructed from Ambili Junction in early 80s, the place which was formerly known as Erankavu started to be known as Kavumbhagom. The former Kavumbhagom Jn. is now called "Anchalkutty", thanks to the post box situated there.
Valliyod is located on the Oyoor-Vappala route, bordering with Veliyam Grama Panchayat. It is situated 29 kilometers from Kollam, located at 76.75 °E 9.00 °N, 30 meters above sea level. It is a hilly area and houses a large number of temples and churches. Some of the famous temples: Chavarumurthi Temple, kilikkodu. Aayiravalli temple, Purambil and Thannettu kaavu. The Valiyode Marthoma Church is 2 km away on the way to Ambalamkunnu.
Extracting the exact interpretation out of these most significant lyrics is somewhat a tough task for the present generation. Still..., the devotional performance arts - dance form - is followed intact by the generations with due dedication. After Kummaatti, Thursday to Saturday, another temple-art-form, widely known as Tholppaava Kooth, (Puppet-Shadow-Play)is executed by the expert Pulavar inside the KoothumaaDdam beside Maangottukaavu. Wherein, whole story of the Holy Raamaayanam is narrated and played in a distinct fashion using these Puppets to portray different character(s) of the epic. And, on Sunday, the VELA is celebrated with variety of colorful programs such as, Vaadyam, Elephant procession, Poothan-Thira, Pon-kuthira, Thaalappoli, etc. etc. This comes to an end by Monday morning with a great episode of fireworks. The villagers relax for another 3–4 days. On the ensuing Friday & Saturdays (during night hours) Kanyaar-Kali takes places in front of Sree Kurumbha Kaavu, beneath a well-decorated marquee illuminated with Deepams. And finally on Sunday, the KodikKoora that hoisted on the day of Karikkalli, would be pulled down duly observing all systematic observances. As soon as the Koti-koora is pulled down, distribution of the Desa-Paayasam goes on among the villagers and visitors, above the Aalthara in the close vicinity of Sree Mangottu Kaavu. That night also, KanyaarKali is played by the Mannadiar men in front of Moola-Sthaanam from where the Vela procession begins every year.
During Tippu Sultan's military exploits ("Padayottam") in 1790s, the temple administration ("devaswom") to escape from the looting of temple, fled carrying the idols and valuables and took refuge in a confidential sanctuary of "Akkaraveettil Tharavad" in Thalassery and was brought back and re-consecrated only after the withdrawal of Tippu sultan from Malabar. The Akkaraveetil family later donated their "Thevarappura" (worship house) to the devaswom as it had been used for housing the deities during the said invasion. Deivathaar madam at Tellicherry is the aforesaid 'thevarapura', which is under the ownership of Oorpazhachi Devaswam; however the ritualistic practices at Deivathar Madam are conducted there by a local committee of devotees. Tipu, seemingly took a route through the coastal plain much west of Madhyaadavi, converting the Namboodiris of Kizhunna padinjaar and Erinjikkal and this diversion of route helped Oorpazhachi kaavu and randillam vargam to retain their identity even today.