Kavinpuram Devi Temple is situated in the South Indian territory of Kerala, close to the towns of Pala and Ramapuram in Kottayam region. It is novel among the sanctuaries of India as its principle icon highlights both Bhagwaan Shiva and his better half Parvati. Normally, a Hindu sanctuary has singular icons for Shiva and Parvati found independently inside it. The joint symbol of Kavinpuram makes it an extraordinariness in India.
The main festival is celebrated on the 12th and 13th days of the month “Dhanu” in the native calendar (usually during the last week of December). The principal attraction at this festival is the “Kavinpuram Thalappoli”, which is a long procession of people carrying oil-lit lamps at night. People from all over the region come to the Temple to participate in this event. Other famous festivals are “Pongala” and “Naranga Vilakku”, which are held during the month of “Vrischikom”.