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Thripuliyoor-Mahavishnu-Temple-Atmanirvana
Thirupuliyur Pancha Pandava Mahavishnu Temple Thirupuliyur Mahavishnu Temple is one among the five temples of Vishnu established by the Pandava brothers.This one designed by Bhima. Just like the other four, Thiruppuliyoor is one in the 108 Divya Desams. Here, Bhima put in and worshiped the presiding Diety, Maayapiraan (Maha Vishnu). gatha Bhima (gada), or mace weapon conjointly resides during this temple. Thiruppuliyoor...
Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple-Atma Nirvana
Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu Temple is one of the five ancient 'Pancha-Pandava' temples in Kerala and is specially associated with Sahadeva, youngest of the five Pandava princes. This temple is also counted among the 108 Temples & Celestial Abodes of Vishnu, which make a Vaishnavite`s pilgrimage itinerary, in India. View from across the pond Earliest references to this temple appear...
Chakkulathukavu Temple- Atma Nirvana
Chakkulathukavu Temple Chakkulathukavu is a Hindu temple, dedicated to goddess Durga. The temple is located in Neerattupuram, Thalavady panchayat, Alappuzha District, Kerala and is one of the most popular temples in the state. Bhagawathi is one of the most popular deities in the area. Pilgrims from all over South India visit and worship the Devi.The temple was less known even to...
Thiruvanvandoor Temple-Atmanirvana
Thiruvanvandoor Krishna Temple The Thiruvanvandoor Krishna Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu and located in Thiruvanvandoor, Alappuzha District. Constructed in the Kerala style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th–9th centuries AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Krishna, an avatar...
Thirichittattu Temple Chengannur-Atmanirvana
Thiruchittattu Temple The Mahavishnu Temple at Thiruchittattu , Chengannur is one of the five Vishnu temples associated with the five Pandava Brothers. Built by the eldest brother, Yudhisthira, it is also the first temple devotees should visit when on parikrama to the five Pandava Temples. The earliest references to this temple appear in the poems and hymns composed...