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UTHIRAKOSAMANGAI TEMPLE IN RAMESWARAM

Thiru Uthirakosamangai is a renowned Shiva temple believed to exist from 3000 years ago. The presiding deity Managalanathar is believed to have preached the meanings of Vedas and other auspicious secrets of Hinduisms to His consort Managalambigai at this holy place. The temple and its glory are found to be mentioned in various literatures and Saivaite canons. Distance (From Rameshwaram): 70...

Batte Vinayaka Temple Barkur

Batte Vinayaka Temple is one of the oldest shrines of the district. This Temple attracts large number of devotees on Sankashtahara Chaturdashi, Ganesha Chowthi and other auspicious days relating to Lord Ganapathi. The idol of Lord Ganesha is probably the only deity facing towards north. But, wearing a small piece of cloth around its waist and bells and plaited...

THIRUMALAI KOVIL TEMPLE TENKASI

THIRUMALAI KOVIL of the lords name most of the people in this region have the name 'thirumalai'. Distance (From Tenkasi Bus Station): 14 Kms Visited From: Tenkasi Bus Station Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1-2 Hours Transportation Options: Bus / Cab At a distance of 5 km from Panpoli Bus Stop, 14 km Tenkasi, 18 km from Courtallam and 71 km from Tirunelveli, Thirumalai Kovil is a Murugan temple...

LORD SUBARAMANYA SWAMY THIRUTTANI

Tiruttani Lord Subramanya at a distance of 13 km from Arakkonam, 44 km from Kanchipuram, 86 km from Chennai and 65 km from Tirupati, Thiruthani is a holy town located in Tiruvallur District of Tamil Nadu and is famous for the Murugan Temple. This temple is one among the six Padai Veedus (Battle Grounds) of Lord Murugan, other five...

KANIPAKAM VINAYAKA SWAMY TEMPLE

Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple At a distance of 71 km from Tirupati, 13 km from Chittoor, 175 km from Chennai, 181 km from Bangalore, 50 km from Vellore, 59 km from Sripuram, 420 km from Coimbatore and 575 km from Hyderabad, Kanipakam is a village and pilgrimage center located in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. Famous for the Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple...

Balakrishna Temple Hampi

Balakrishna Temple Hampi is situated on the way to Virupaksha temple from Kamalapur, facing East, dedicated to Vaishnava in the form of Balakrishna.This temple was built by the King Sri Krishna deva raya during 1514 A.D to commemorating the conquest of Udayagiri in Orissa. Distance (From Hampi Bus Station): 0.5 Kms Visited From: Hampi Bus Station Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1 Hour Place Location: On Main Road...

ADI KUMBESWARAR TEMPLE Kumbakonam

Adi Kumbeswarar Temple is located in the holy city of Kumbakonam. Adi Kumbeswara is the main deity of the temple. Adi is of primordial origin implies ancient or the first and the foremost. The Kumbeswarar is in Shiva Linga form which is formless and boundless. Aaru (formless) + uru (form) = aaruuru. The shape of the linga is of...

CHINTALA VENKATARAMANA SWAMY TEMPLE TADIPATRI

Sri Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple at a distance of 1 km from Bugga Ramalingeswara Swamy Temple, 3 km from Tadipatri Railway Station, 57 km from Anantapur, 106 km from Kadapa, 356 km from Hyderabad, 413 km from Vijayawada and 268 km Bangalore, Sri Chintala Venkataramana Swamy Temple is a famous temple located in Tadipatri town of Anantapur district in...

EDUPAYALA VANA DURGA BHAVANI TEMPLE

Edupayala Durga Bhavani Gudi is located at the confluence of seven streams. The shrine of Durga Bhavani which is the presiding deity of the temple is the most beautiful in the area. It is also known to be the most famous and powerful in the whole of Telangana area. Distance (From Medak Bus Station): 19 Kms Visited From: Medak Bus Station ...

Bramhavar Temple in Udupi

Brahmavar is a small beautiful town located at a distance of 14 km north of Udupi district of Karnataka state. Distance (From Udupi Railway Station): 14 Kms Visited From: Udupi Railway Station Trip Duration (Including Travel):1-2 Hours Transportation Options: Cab / Bus At a distance of 14 Kms from Udupi Railway Station, Bramhavar is an ancient religious destination located on NH17 towards Karwar. Brahmavar literally means 'a settlement of brahmins'...