Atyantha Baalamathasee kusumaprakasam, Kanaka Bhooshana Bhooshithangam, Visrastha Kesamarunadharamayathaksham, Krishnam Namami Sathatham Gadadhara Navaneetha Hastham

Temple Timings:
Morning - 05:30 am to 10:00 am
Evening - 05:30 pm to 08:00 pm

Welcome to Kulapully SreeKrishna Temple

Our humble salutations at the divine lotus feet of Lord SreeKrishna "the in-dweller of all hearts" and who manifested himself as "Gadadhaari Navaneetha Krishnan" at the sacred village of Kulapully in Palakkad district of Kerala, Southern India.

The Supreme Lord descends from time to time in this mundane world to strengthen the values of the Vedas. In the Bhagavad-Gita, Lord Sreekrishna says: "Whenever and wherever there is a decline in religious practice and a predominant rise of irreligion O! Descendant of Bharatha, at that time I descend myself to deliver the pious and to annihilate the evils as well as to re-establish the principles of religion and righteousness.

The concept of spiritual perfection consists of overwhelming feelings of awe and reverence at God's majesty. However, in this pursuit each deveotee loves God as a master, a friend, a family member, a spiritual guide or even an intimate lover thus revealing the infinite possibilities of divine love. One such feeling of Love which got transformed to a temple is all about the manifestation of Lord "Gadadhaari Navaneetha Krishnan" at Kulapully in Kerala.


Sl No. Offerings Rate Rs.
1 Ganapathy Homam 50
2 Palpayasam 50
3 Ney Payasam 50
4 Aval 20
5 Thrimadhuram 20
6 Thrikkai Venna 20
7 Vilakku 10
8 Ney Vilakku 20
9 Mala 10
10 Pushpanjali 10
11 Raktha Pushpanjali (Bhagavathy) 20
12 Purusha Sooktham Pushpanjali 20
13 Elluthiri 10
14 Chandanam Charthal 500
15 Karuka Mala 20
16 Coconut Muttu 10
17 Key Pooja 20
18 Vahana Pooja - 2&3 Wheeler 30
19 Vahana Pooja - 4 wheeler 50
20 Noorum Paalum 50
21 Choroonu (Annaprashan) 50
22 Marriage 1,000
23 Bhagavathi Seva 100
24 Navagraha Pooja 600
25 Graha Pooja 100
26 One Day Pooja 1,000
27 Deepasthambham Lighting 1,000
28 Chuttu Vilakku (Ayyappa) 1,000
29 Chuttu Vilakku (Bhagavathy) 1,000
30 Chuttu Vilakku (Entire Temple) 12,000
31 Udayasthamana Pooja 30,000
History The temple is believed to have been built in the 13th century by Pandya king Maravarman Sundara Pandyan, who conquered Cholas and ruled the area. During the 18th century, the temple was destroyed when Tipu Sultan

FESTIVALS Kulapully Sangeetha Archana or Kulapully Music Festival is celebrated as part of the Prathishta Dinam celebrations which is normally performed for 5 days by eminent carnatic musicians and concluded on the Prathishta Dinam.