This Shiva is obstacle remover; if you get a chance, visit this one of the powerful temples of India.


If you ever get a chance to visit the Rajarajeshwara temple in Kerala’s Taliparamba town, then don’t miss the opportunity to seek his divine blessings. Shiva (Rajarajeshwara) is believed to be an obstacle remover and fulfill devotees’ wishes.

If you are facing problems, or if you are feeling depressed, facing financial problems, or fed up with court cases, Then seeking the blessings of Rajarajeshwara might be a solution.

Yes, you read it right. Visiting Rajarajeshwara temple (Lord Shiva), located in the town of Taliparamba in Kannur district, Kerala, may prove beneficial to you.

The temple is known as one of the ancient temples of South India. The deity Rajarajeshwara is said to be the obstacle remover, bestowing good fortune and success to those who worship him with great devotion.

That is why devotees from the nooks and corners of Kerala, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, and other parts of the country visit here.

The list of influential people who visited this temple ranged from the former Tamil Nadu CM, the late J Jayalalitha, her friend Sasikala, Union Home Minister Amit Shah, and the former CM of Karnataka, BS Yediyurappa.

Those who are facing problems in their lives should visit this place and offer a special prayer to Rajarajeshwara. To get a solution to their problems, devotees offer ghee (clarified butter) in a golden pot. One can offer this Seva by registering their names and paying the amount at the Seva counter located in the temple premises.

There are rules for visiting the temple. First-time visitors should keep this in mind. Non-Hindus are not allowed in this temple. Devotees wearing shirts, pants, and shorts will not be allowed to enter the temple complex. They need to wear dhotis. Women are not allowed to enter the shrine during the daytime but will be allowed in the evening after 8 pm, and they have to be in sarees or other decent attire.


Whenever devotees visit Taliparamba, they first visit the temple of Rajarajeswara, and later they visit Bhadrakali temple, located in Madayikavu near Taliparamba.

It is believed that the Bhadrakali temple is very powerful and that the deity is worshipped to get rid of the effects of black magic.

Those who have been affected by black magic should visit the temple of Bhadrakali. Devotees believe that they can come out of their problems by just offering prayer to the Goddess in the temple.

Devotees who are vegetarian should ask for vegetarian Prasadam. The deity offered non-vegetarian Prasadam here.

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