Prathishta / Presiding Deity : Durga
Upadevatha / Sub Deities : xx
Trustee: Zamurin's Raja of Calicut, Central Devaswom
The presiding deity is bhagavathy and is worshipped in two different forms Durga and Saraswathi. Goddess Durga is the main deity of this centuries old temple. Even though authentic details are not available about the age of the temple, it is considered as one of the 108 Durga temples installed by Lord Parasurama in kerala. It is believed that the name Thrikkavu originated from "Thrikkani Kaadu ".
Bhagavathy is in Chathurbhaahu (four arms) form form with Chakra (disc), Sankha (conch), Varada (in a boon-conferring pose) and katibadha (arm rest in the hip). Thrikkavu Bhagavathy is believed to be “Sarvabeeshtapradhayini” (one who grants all wishes).
You can see Krishna temple and sub deities temples for Ganapathy, Sasthavu, Sidhi Vinayakan, Hanuman and Brahma Rakshass in this temple.
There is Moola Ganapathy Temple near the pond along with Naga Raja, Naga Yakshi and Nagas.
Navarathri Mahotsavam is the main festival. Vidyarambham is conducted on the Vijayadasami
day of Navarathri utsavam. Thousands of children comes to this temple on that day.
Vrishchicka Mandala mahotsavam (festival) is celebrated during the entire period of mandalam season.
Ponnani is well connected to the other major cities by road. The nearest railway
head is at Kuttipuram.