The products of Kasaragod wood carving can be mostly seen in temples. The doors are carved with Gods and Goddesses. The Mallam, the top part of the temple has three dimensional wooden carvings. Since the woodcarvers do the work relating to temples one can see the work of woodcarving on the doors, top part of the shrines and pillars installed at temples. The face on top part of the shrine is Vyali. Crocodiles and snakes’ carvings can also be seen. The inner roofs of shrines are of wood. The inclined timbers are all attached to a single beam that runs parallel to the ground. The roof system is designed for both structural stability and traditional architecture.