While on a trip to Talakad, tourists must explore Mallikarjuna Temple that is dedicated to Goddess Brahmaraambigai and has a small lingam of Mallikarjuna Swamy. On close observation, devotees would notice foot prints on the lingam, which belong to Kaamadhenu according to the locals.
Sandhyaa Ganapathi, Veerabadrar and Chamundeeswari sannadhis have also been placed inside the temple complex. Mallikarjuna Temple is one of the temples that pilgrims visit on a Panchalingadarshana.
Devotees offer prayers to the Shiva Lingam that is located in the mandapam situated opposite the Vaidyanath Swamy Temple. Numerous devotees visit the Mallikarjuna Temple for its agricultural fair, which is celebrated during the months of January and February and lasts for a week.
Devotees can visit the Anaadhi Vaikunta Nathar and Veera Anjaneya Koil temples that are situated in the vicinity of the Mallikarjuna Temple while on a trip to Mudukuthore.