Oachira is a town located in the Kollam district of the southern Indian state of Kerala. It holds significance due to its religious and cultural importance. One of the unique aspects of Oachira is its absence of a formal temple or idol worship. Instead, it is known for its ancient Oachira Parabrahma Temple, which is dedicated to the concept of “Parabrahma,” the universal consciousness.

The temple complex doesn’t have any traditional temple structures or deity images. It features a sacred patch of ground called the “Padanilam” where devotees gather for worship and festivals. The temple hosts an annual event called the “Oachira Kettukazhcha,” a grand festival involving the procession of colorfully decorated chariots and floats.

Oachira is also known for the Oachira cattle fair, which is one of the oldest cattle fairs in Kerala, attracting traders and buyers from various regions. The fair showcases a variety of cattle and agricultural products.

The town’s name, “Oachira,” is derived from the Malayalam words “Oa” and “Chira,” which together mean “big lake.” There are several legends associated with the origin of the town and its unique temple practices.

Oachira’s cultural and religious significance, as well as its distinct traditions, make it a noteworthy destination for those interested in exploring the rich heritage of Kerala.

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