Pattambi is a small town in Palakkad district of Kerala state, South India.
The Padinjare Madham Guruvayoorappan temple is one of the most famous temples in Kerala. It attracts almost as many pilgrims as Guruvayoor temple, situated 33 km from here.
The annual feast, (the Nercha) of the Pattambi mosque, which is situated 61 km from the city of Palakkad, falls in the first week of February. About 70-80 tuskers are lined up for the festival. Throngs of believers from all corners of the state attend this festival, which is held in memory of Aloor Valiya Pookunj Koya Thangal - a Muslim saint of South Malabar. The town is illuminated brilliantly and a pageant replete with traditional musical ensembles like 'Panchavadyam' and 'Thayambaka' is taken out at night. Various art forms of Kerala are then performed on the banks of the river Bharathappuzha.