Sri Mahadeva Temple - Ettumanur - (Earanur - Vaipputh thalam) The presiding deity is Lord Shiva and the installation is a big Shiva Lingam. Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple is one among the 108 Shivalayas created by Lord Parasurama and is located 13 km away from Kottayam town. Five poojas are performed a day, excepting Shivarathri day, when Eighteen poojas are offered.
Thirunakkara - Sri Mahadeva temple; This Temple is situated 1.5km away from Kottayam Railway Station. Right in the heart of the city of Kottayam. It is one of the 108 shiva temple in kottayam. Daily five poojas are performed. Flag post is gold and three festivals are celebrated; "Panguni" festival for ten days from 1st of Meenam; "Ani" festival for eight days in Midhunam; and "Aipasi" festival for six days during Thulam. This temple in the heart kOTTayam town; is this above 500 years old; and builted by the Thekkumkoor Maharaja; It is built in Kerala style architecture. The ‘koothambalam’ - traditional temple theater - is one of the best in Kerala. The paintings on the wall are commendable.
Chirakkadavu - Sri Mahadevar Temple; it is a very ancient temple about 1000 years old and the sivalinga is a "swayambu", which was found under a 'Bilwa Tree'. There are five poojas are performed daily in the temple; 3 kms south of Ponkunnam en route to Manimala and Erumely, The temple situated between the Kollam - Theni route of National Highway about 32 kms east of the Kottayam town.
Areepparambu - Sree Mahadeva Temple; Two main deities facing east both "Siva" in South temple and north temple. In south temple sivalinga is swayambu (self-origin). The temple having three poojas daily; 8 days festival on Thiruvathira Aaraattu during month Dhanu. This temple situated half kilometer east of Oravackal in Kottayam - Palai route in Vijayapuram panchayath.
Palliyamburam - Sri Mahadeva Temple; This is one of the 108 Shiva temples of Kottayam dist. Daily three poojas are performed. The temple situated in one and half kilometer away to the Ramapuram; facing the Ramapuram - Koothattukulam road.
Thiruvayamkudi (Ayamkudi) - Sri Mahadeva Temple; sivalinga is swayambu (self-origin) in nature. Poojas are performed five times in a day. This temple is located in Aayamkudi, 3 kms away from Muttuchira on the Kaduthuruthi - Ettumanoor route in Kaduthuruthi panchayat.
Parippu - Sri Mahadeva Temple; This Temple is the 27th temple among the 108 Sivalayas. Daily three poojas are offered. This temple is situated at Parippu in Aymanam panchayat of Kottayam district (9 kilometers from Kottayam town). The main deity Lord Shiva faces east.
Chotti - Sri Mahadeva Temple; The temple having three poojas are performed daily. Eight days grand festival is celebrated starting with the flag hoisting before the 9 days of Sivaratri and the Aarattu is on the every previous day of Sivaratri. This temple located in between Kottayam - Kumaly route.
Thazhathangady Thaliyil - Sri Mahadevar Temple; Daily five poojas are performed. Ten days festival from 1st of Medam. This temple situated In Kottayam-Kumarakom route near Uppoottikavala stop in Thazhathangadi of Kottayam town. This temple was the capital temple of Thekkumkoor Maha Raja. There was a fort around the Temple and became famous in that name "Thaliakotta". There was a history that there was a cave from the pond of the temple.
Sri Mahadeva temple - Vaikom; The Vaikom Mahadevar temple is one of the most celebrated Shiva temples in South India and is one among the 108 Sivalayas created by Lord Parasurama.. Vaikom is located at a distance of 33km south of Ernakulam and 40 km north of Kottayam on the railroad between Ernakulam and Tiruvanandapuram. This temple is believed to be the second version of Kasi. The temple is an ideal example for architectural marval, a rare blend of Dravidian temple architecture. Vaikom - 23 miles from Alapuzha.