The Sreeram temple at Poomully Mana is an architectural marvel that captivates people the instant they see it. The elegant granite beams, the traditional slanted brick tiled & copper roofing, wooden carvings etc. are some of the unique features of the temple. Poomully Mana still have the rarest collection of centuries old Kathakali costumes, rare collections of bronze/brass vessels, Potteries,Vintage musical equipments like Mizhavu, Edaldca, Kuzhal, Chenda, Deepa sthambam, aana chamayam, Pooja items, Coins ,Wooden rnethiadies(footwear),Ivory carvings, Wooden utensils,Martial art equipments like Vaal, Paricha etc. Most of these things are for temple/family use and not showcased.
Poomully Mana family holds an incredible collection of books and manuscripts that illustrate India's proud cultural heritage. The book collection of Poomully Aramthampuran is also preserved by present generation family mend wrs. Special Almirahs are built and herbal preparations are put over the manuscripts in-order to preserve them. Mana holds volumes on a wide range of subjects namely, Ayurveda, Hasthi Ayurveda, Visha chikilsa, Vedas, Upanishads, Puranas, Ithihasas, Dharmasasthras, jyotisha, Ganitha, Kosha, Vyakarana, Chandas. Shilpa and Vasthu Sasthra, Thantras, Manthras, Sthothras, Music and so on. As an earnest attempt to preserve these rare manuscripts for the future generations. There is restriction for opening the ahmirahs and for touching the manuscripts. This is not a professional/public library. It is a manuscript collection maintained by Poomully Mana Family only for personal use.
There is opportunity for the selected Ayurveda doctors (B.A.M.S) to work under the senior doctors of Poomully Mana for enhancing practical experience and expertise in ayurvedic treatment/therapies and medicine/pathya ayurvedic diet preparation.
Poomully Mana is surrounded by plants and trees (including more than two century old banyan trees) which will generate air with great medicinal value. Aambal, Arayaal, Asoka, Avanekku, Ayamodakam, Brahmi, Chempakam, Chemparuthi, Cherupunna, Inchi,Nelli , Jaathi etc. also form part of the rich vegetation surrounding the Mana.
There are 3 traditional ponds inside the Poomully campus. The Poomully family members use these for bathing and for irrigation purpose. These ponds help the villagers to maintain the ground water level too.
Late Poomully Aramthampuran was a great promoter of Yoga. Today, Poomully Narayanan Namboodirippad is providing yoga training free of cost. The yoga training is only for the villagers/nearby people who can attend the classes regularly.
Kalaripayattu training centre was started by Aramthampuran in 1940. This Kalari is situated in the agrashala of Sri Rama Temple at Poomully mana. Sri.Poomully Neelakandan Nampoothirippadu took his first lessons from Sri Ananthan Nair. Later Sri C.VAppu Nambiar Gurukkal took up the task of teaching Thampuran. The Poomully's Guru-Shishya relationship is the perfect Mentor-Disciple bonding that we long for today. Thampuran has lot of disciples in Kalari. His prime disciple in Kalari is his son ,Sri.Poomully Narayanan Namboodiripad. This Kalari is still very much alive under the supervision of Poomully Narayanan Namboodiripad providing free regular training. Mey-payaltu, Kolpayattu, Ottakkol Payattu, Kalari Marma Chikilsa & Chavitti Uzhichil are some of the specialities of Poomully Kalari. The kalari training is only for the villagers/nearby people who can attend the classes regularly.