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Sri Ramapuram Bharanikavu Devi Temple is one of the ancient temples in South Kerala. It is a rare place of worship as the temple homes to two goddess with equal importance.Sree Bhuvaneswari the goddess of eight fold prosperity abiding on sreechakra is seated in sanctity facing the east and Sree Bhadrakali ,the destroyer of evil doers and the protector of good selves and the embodiment of boundless power is seated in sanctity  facing the north and reigns in the fullness of glory. Ramapurathamma is considered as the most loved deity of Kayamkulam Kingdome [Odanadu Rulers].After stealing  the Sreechakrom,sanctified at sanctum of Ramapurathamma ,the then Trippappur king Marthandavarma and his Chief [Dalava] Ramayyan had conquered Kayamkulam .The absence of the most sacred Sreechakram rendered them powerless and it paved the way for Marthanda Varma to establish his supremacy over Kayamkulam dynasty.

At present, it is one among the major temple under the Travancore Devasom Board and is located between Kayamkulam and Haripad and Ramapurathu Bhagavathy reign’s Keerikad Ramapuram village as its goddess of prosperity

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