Category: Temples

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Karamukk Deepa Prathishta

This temple is situated in Karamukk ,avillage which is 20 km away from Thrissur . The main specialty of this temple is that the prathishta in here is a lamp . The lamp was consecrated...

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Parlikkad Subrahmanya Temple

Parlikkad is a village situated between Thrissur and Shornoor. As per the request of the people of this region gurudhevan reached there . As per the suggestion of Gurudhevan Bhothanantha Swamikal consecrated Balasubrahmanya Deva ....

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Kunninezhathu Devi Temple

In 1894 Gurudhevan established a Devikshethram in the village Kunninezhathu of calicut district . This place is located on the shore of Arabian sea and it was a region of coir workers and fishemen. Gurudhevan...

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Kozhikode Sreekandeswara Temple

A leader of Malabar region namely Kallingal Madathil Rarichan Moopan and journalist of Midavaadi news paper C.Krishnan requested Gurudhevan to consecrate a temple . Thus in1910 Gurudhevan consecrated the temple. In earlier times this temple...

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Yakkara Sree Visweswara Temple

This temple is situated in the village Yakkara Kannampariyaram Paramb of Palaghat district.This is the most famous temple consecrated by Gurudhevan in Palaghat district. Before the completion of the works of temple Gurudhevan established a...

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Jagannatha Temple

In 1908 Gurudevan visited Thalassery . People of Thalassery respectfully welcomed Guru . Public workers namely Kottyathu Ramunni Vakkeel , K.Krishnan , Govindan Sirasthadaar requested Gurudhevan to consecrate a temple. In Malayalam era 1083 Kumbam...

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Kannur Sundareswara Temple

As per the request of devotees Gurudhevan himself found suitable land for this temple  In 1910 Gurudhevan consecrated Shadathara and in 1916 he consecrated God Siva. During this time Chaithanya Swamikal wrote Ashtothara Namavali which...

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Kanyakumari Pillayaar Kovil Kottar

Kottar is a place situated near Nagarkovil.The people of this region worshiped Devils and other Devas. At that time 42 temples were there.High expensive festivals mede great lose of money to these people. When the...

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Aruvipuram Prathishta

Aruvippuram was a forest area. There were hills around. A gurgling rivulet (of river Neyyar) also flowed there. Sree Narayana Guru and his disciples felt the need for a regular temple for worshipping Shiva. At...