Palkulangara Devi Temple, this divine place is a Hindu temple located in Kerala, India. coming to the geographical location it is around 1 km from Pettah Junction, 700 m from West Fort Junction and 1.5 km from Chakka bypass Junction. This temple is considered as one of the ancient temples in India.
About the Palkulangara Devi Temple, the legend states that the main deity was installed by Arjuna. After the deity was installed, Arjuna shot an arrow to the ground and it resulted in the pond of the milk and the milk from the pond. The same milk was used for the sake of abhisheka. The name Palkulangara means the banks of the pond of milk, based on the Legend.
Deities and Sub-Deities:
The Goddess Durga is the main deity in this temple.
There are many upadevathas situated adjacent to the temple. According to the Deva Prashnam by expert astrologers recently, all the sub deities are remade.
The main upadevathas on the premises are: