Thirumandhamkunu Bhagavathy Temple is located at Angadipuram in Perintalmanna town of Malappuram district. The temple is famous
for the ‘Mangalya Pooja’, an offering to Goddess to get rid of all the problems related to marriage. The 11-day Pooram festival is celebrated with pomp and gaiety. The main attraction of the festival is the processions from temple to the river and back, which will be done in two times - one in the morning and the other in the evening. Another interesting ritual held on the Pooram day midnight is the ceremonial meeting between Valluvakkonathiri, the king of the erstwhile kingdom of Valluvanadu and Malayankutty, the head of Pana tribal community. Known as Panante Varavu, this commemorates the religious harmony existed in the bygone days of Malabar. Poothan, a folk art form popular in Malabar region is performed during the festival days at temple premise.