The festival at Pattambalam starts on Medam 10th (23 April) and ends on Medam 25th (8 May).
The festival includes several rituals like Attil Chattam, Changayilottam, Vithideel which aren't practised anywhere else in the world.
Panayannarkavu temple is said to be thousands of year old. Nampoothripad's biography (veteran Communist leader and ex-chief minister of Kerala). The Aalthara Ganapathy temple at Kannamkavil Muthaaramman Temple, near Thrikkuratti temple attracts many devotees, in particular motorists.
The ancient Panayannar Kavu devi temple, worshipping "Saptha Matha", is famous for its Sarpa kavu and mural painting drawn on Sricovil. Vinayaga Chathurthy Festival is the major festival celebrated at Aalthara Ganapathy Temple.
One of these paintings became the cover page for Sri. Manjal Neerattu conducted during Kumbha Bharani festival at Kannamkavil Mutharamman temple is a major attraction for many devotees.
The Eramathoor Soorya temple is believed to centuries old and is known for being one of the three known temples in Kerala dedicated to deity "Surya" (Sun God).This practice is believed to be centuries old and is considered to be a true embodiment of religious harmony.The Thrikkuratti Mahasivarathri Festival, second only to Aluva Sivarathri in terms of mass congregation, attracts thousands of devotees. Famous Valyachan kavu situated beside muttumpattu road.Among these Attil Chattam attracts Muslim devotees also.The annual Mahathma Boat Race, conducted during Onam festival season, attracts lot of visitors and water sports lovers including foreigners.The West Nada (Parvathi) will be open for ten minutes during Sivarathri Nritham on Sivarathri day only. The Srikovil of Thrikkuratti Mahavishnu temple is built on typical kerala style Architecture. Thrikkuratti Mahadeva temple shivarathri is celebrated as the biggest and famous event held in mannar every year.which attracts thousands of devotees.Kurattikadu Pattambalam Devi Temple Kurattikkadu Mutharamman Devi Temple The famous Parumala church or St. Paul's Church is dedicated to Saint Gregorios of Parumala (Gheevarghese Mar Gregorios of Parumala), who is also popularly known as ‘Parumala Thirumeni’. The Anpoli conducted as part of festival in Devi temples are another attraction and unique one.Mannar is located on the banks of the Pamba river, Manimala River and Achan kovil river.Mannar is 9 km from Chengannur, Thiruvalla, Haripad and 8 km from Mavelikara.Mannar was the venue for the famous Treaty of Mannar ( Mannar Harmony Deed) signed between Maharaja of Travancore Marthanda Varma and Kayamkulam King in 1742.After this deed Kayamkulam and a major portion of central travancore became the part of Travancore Kingdom.