• The temple and its possessions were originally entrusted to twenty-eight brahmin(nampoothiri) families by king cheraman perumal. They, by ages, now reduced to nine families. At present, the male head members of these families are entitled to make administration of the temple, school and other institutions. The families are known as ‘ooranma illoms' and the members belong to these families are called “ooralans” or “owners”. They have right only on administration not on temple properties or wealth. They carry out the duties and responsibilities without any delay and consider this as god given boons. Administrative body named as “ooranma yogam” (association of ooranma illoms). The appointed administrators who are strictly adhered to the by-law of ooranma yogam do administration. The temple administration is smoothly run by the wholehearted support of the devotees. people who are residing in kumaranalloor, and nearby places such as malloossery, nattassery have certain rights in the performance of rituals with sincerity, devotion and joy of heart.