There is one temple of Parashuraam Jee at Akhanoor at 18 kms away from
Jammoo City, J&K. Every year, in the month of May, an enormous fete
in the form of a parade, referred as Parashuraam Jayantee, with hundreds
of tableaux, thronged through the main city of Jammoo.
There's a place called "Saudatti" Belgaam, Karnaatak, where there
is a very famous temple, called Sri Renukaa Devee Temple attracting huge
devotees from Mahaaraashtra, Karnaatak, and other parts of India. Renukaa
Devee is also known as "Yellammaa" here. Near this temple there
is a small temple for Parashuraam Jee also called Jamadagni who is believed
to be the Son of Sri Renukaa Maataa who was beheaded by her son Parashuraan
Jee on the order of his father Jamadagni Jee. In Kannad, Yellamma is a compound
word - "Yella" - which means all and "Ammaa" - which means
mother; so Yellammaa means "the one who is the mother of all."
Near Nanjangud is the Sangam, where the Kapilaa and Kaundinya rivers meet.
This place is termed as Parashuraam Kshetra which is where the sage
Parashuraam is said to have cleansed himself from the sin of beheading his
mother. A small rivulet called Swarnavatee also joins the rivers here. Here
is a temple also dedicated to Lord Parashuraam.
There is temple dedicated to Lord Parashuraam in Khattee, near Phagwara in
Phalodee, Jodhpur, Raajasthaan
Recently in 2010 a big statue of Parashuraam is developed in Phalodee
(Jodhpur-Raajasthaan) near Shivsar Talao (Pond).
There is a temple of Parashuraam in Rajkot (Gujarat), India.
There is a temple of Parashurama in the village of Painguinim in Canacona,
The most famous Parashuraam Temple is in the suburbs of Trivendrum at
Thiruvallam where all the Tri-moorti are worshipped. It is believed to be
the place where Parashuraam's axe fell in the Arabian sea to claim Kerala.
The temple is situated on the banks of the river Karamana, 6km south of the
city. This 2000 year old temple is the only temple in Kerala dedicated to
Parashuraam, the mythological creator of Kerala. Many pilgrims visit this
temple for 'Bali and Tarpan' (homage to the departed souls). They make
offerings to their ancestors, after taking a dip in the holy river. There is
also a belief that the great monk Adi Shakara made the 'Bali' for his mother
at this place.
There is a temple of Parashuraam in Harpur, Zamania, Ghazipur (Uttar Pradesh).