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Pishakarikavu:
This temple is dedicated to goddess Bhagavathy. The special attraction of this temple is the elephant procession during the festival season (March/April).

Mannur Temple:
This temple is 12 km away from Kozhikode. The exquisitely carved Gajaprathista styled laterite structure is more than two centuries old. It is believed that Sree Parashuraman starts his Siva Linga prathista at Tiruvannur and completes it here every noon. The noon pujas here are therefore considered very special.

Ponmeri:
The Sree Krishna Temple at Karatt and the Shiva Temple at Ponmeri have flamboyant paintings depicting Palazhimathanam (the story of the churning of the ocean of milk) from the Puranas.

Jain Temple:
The two temples in this compound at Trikkovil lane have exquisitely painted interiors and elaborately carved porticoes.

Parsi Anju Amman Baug:
It is a Fire Temple on S M Street dates back to the period when the Parsis, settled in Kozhikode about 200 years ago.

 
 
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