An architectural marvel in Peralassery temple near Kannur,Kerala.

Just 20kms from Kannur,well connected by frequent buses with Formula 1 drivers behind the wheels 😎😎 stands the massive temple complex of Lord Subramanya who assumes Naga or snake form here.

And,unusually for South Indian temples, at least as far as I know,is a huge step well, an architectural masterpiece.

Random clicks of the step well.

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Peralassery Temple

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