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Poomully Mana Heritage Ayurveda Treatment Center

The Poomully Namboothiri family, whose ancestral home was known by the name “Poomully Mana,” resided in Urakam of Peruvanam village in the interiors of Kerala. This family lived in an era that dates back by about 900 years. They built the original Ammathiruvadi Temple and left all their ancestral wealth to the Goddess and its administration to the Kingdom of Kochi. The family then relocated to Peringode (present-day Palakkad).


  • General health care treatment
  • Beauty Care treatment
  • Panchakarma treatment
  • Obesity (Weight loss)
  • Spondylitis
  • Slip desk and Back ache
  • Sports injuries
  • Psoriasis
  • Toxicology
  • Skin diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Sinusitis
  • Diabetes
  • E.N.T diseases
  • Stress relief
  • Bronchial diseases
  • Facial paralysis and body
  • Neurological complaints


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Nearest Airports. (Time to reach Poomully Mana by road )

Calicut – 1.5 hrs.
Cochin – 2 hrs.
Coimbatore- 2.5 hrs .

Nearest Railway Station. (Time to reach Poomully Mana by road )

Pattambi – 15 min.
Shornur – 30 min.
Ottapalam – 45 min.

In the ‘Aithihyamala‘ (a collection of centuries-old stories from Kerala, covering a vast spectrum of lives, famous people, and events), Poomully Mana features as one of the families that had a glorious history.

The members of Poomully Mana were famous Ayurvedic exponents and practitioners of the Rig Veda, Yoga, Kalaripayattu (a form of martial art), music and other cultural arts. Some of the better-known members are the Late Sri Poomully Narayanan Namboodirippad (father of Aaramthampuranand a famous Rig Veda practitioner), Late Sri Poomully Raman Namboothiripad (the exceptionally talented musician and student of Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavatar) and Late Sri Poomully Neelakandan Namboothiripad (Aaramthampuran, the inimitable Ayurveda practitioner).

Poomully Aaramthampuran was the legend behind the Ayurvedic heritage of Poomully Mana. His expertise in all forms of arts and literature, Ayurveda, Kalaripayattu, Yoga and other performing arts earned him the name “Arivintea Thampuran” (lord/legend of knowledge). Today, Poomully Mana is visited by several renowned personalities from within and outside the country, seeking Ayurveda treatments.


  • Heritage Rooms
  • Library
  • Museum
  • Herbal Garden
  • Training
  • Kalari
  • Yoga Room
  • Kaavu
  • Traditional Pond

After the demise of Poomully Aramthampuran in 1997, a trust was formed by the family and disciples of Aramthampuran.

Poomully Mana is now a heritage ayurvedic center under Poomully Aramthampuran Smaraka Trust & Poomully Heritage Ayurveda Pvt Ltd. The organization is headed by a Trust Board, which comprises of 7 trustees (inclusive of the Managing Trustee).Sri.Poomully Narayanan Namboodirippad is the Managing Trustee since 1997.

Today Poomully Mana Heritage Ayurveda Treatment Centre is functioning under Poomully Heritage Ayurveda Pvt Ltd.

Present Doctors from Poomully Mana Family

Dr.Aparna Poomully Mana(Saraswathy.M ) & Dr.Arathi Poomully Mana are the doctors from this generation of Poomully family.

Dr.Aparna Poomully Mana(Saraswathy.M) is associated with Poomully Mana heritage Ayurveda treatment center as Chief Resident Physician & Dr.Arathi is associated as Additional Resident Physician.

Both these doctors and Grand Daughter-in- laws of Late Poomully Aramthampuran.

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Çonsulting Doctors at Poomully Mana

Dr.Devan Namboodiri, who is the prime disciple of Aramthampuran in Ayurveda,Tarka,Meemamsa & Vedantha is associated with Poomully Mana Ayurveda Centre as Chief consulting physician.

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