Kadampuzha Temple, one of the old sanctuaries of the area is arranged in the remote town named Melmuri of Tirur taluk. In spite of the fact that there is no memorable confirmation for the development of this sanctuary yet a solid conviction expresses that it was built by Jagadguru Shri Shankara Acharya of Kalady. The primary divinity cherished in the sanctuary is Goddess Kadampuzha, a manifestation of Goddess Parvati, spouse of Lord Shiva.
The name of the place is gotten from the mix of two distinct words to be specific, kadavu and puzha significance showering spot and stream, separately. In spite of the fact that there is no waterway on the site yet it is trusted that there was a stream that became scarce as time passed. The symbol cherished in the sanctuary is of panchaloha, a compound of five metals, while the stone cut pictures of Lord Ganesha and Lord Vishnu can likewise be found in the sanctuary. Aside from this, icons of Narasimha moorthi and Sudharshanam are additionally introduced in the outside region of the sreekovil.