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Kapaleeshwarar temple

Kapaleeshwarar Temple

Chennai,Tamil Nadu

The Kapaleeshwarar temple in mylapore, chennai , with a seven-tiered Gopuram, is known for magnificent sculptures depicting Puranic incidents.Kapaleeswar temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temple houses the shrines of Kapaleeswar (Shiva) and Karpagambal (goddess Parvati). The temple architect Read More

Karpaka Vinayakar Temple

Karpaka Vinayakar Temple

Pudukkottai,Tamil Nadu

The town of Pillaiyarpatti is named after Pillayar - the tamil name for Ganesha, Karpaka Vinayaka temple houses rock cut images of lord Shiva and others as well as several other shrines. Steeped in the tradition of Agamic texts the temple bears testimony to the vibrant temple culture of the Tamil Read More

Keerthi Narayana Temple

Keerthi Narayana Temple

Mysore,Karnataka

Keerthi Narayana temple in talakkad is one of the Pancha Narayana (lord Vishnu) shrines built in the year 1117 AD by King Vishnuvardhana around the same time, as ordained by the Lord. The other four temples are dedicated to Thirunarayana at Melkote, Vijayanarayana at Thonnur, Veeranarayana at Ga Read More

Keshava Temple

Keshava Temple

Mysore,Karnataka

Keshava temple somnathpur near mysore is situated on the banks of river Cauvery. The Hoysala temple of Lord Keshava, built in the 12th century, is known for its sculptural beauty. It was constructed by one Somnatha, a minister in the court of Hoysala King Veera Narasimha Devarasa. In the temple c Read More

Kishkindha

Kishkindha

Hospet,Karnataka

The town of Anegundi, about 5 km from Hampi, is situated on the north bank of the Tungabhadra River. Local people believe that this is the ancient place known as Kishkindha, where lord Rama met Sugriva and Hanuman. Also by Hampi is the Risimukha Mountain, which is mentioned in the Ramayana.

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Sree Krishna Temple

Sree Krishna Temple

Kannur,Kerala

Trichambaram Sree Krishna Temple situates in Taliparamba of Kannur District. Main deity is Sree Krishna after the Kamsavadham . Since Trichambaram Sreekrishna sits in Raudra style (ferocious) it is believed not to worship him during dawn. The Bali bimbam in the temple is of Child Krishna and als Read More

Krishna Temple Udupi

Krishna Temple Udupi

Udupi,Karnataka

The Udupi Krishna Temple is commonly known as Krishna Mutt dedicated to lord krishna is located in the heart of udupi. Shree Krishna Temple Udipi is first among the seven places of pilgrimages.The Udupi Krishna Temple is located 60 km far from the Mangalore city Thousands of pious devotees throng Read More

Kuke Subrahmanya Temple

Kuke Subrahmanya Temple

Mangalore,Karnataka

The Kukke Subramanya Temple is located in the village of Subramanya, dedicated to Lord Subramanya, the Son of Lord Shiva. In the Skanda Purana it is stated that Lord Subramanya washed the blade of his weapon 'Shakti' in the Dhara (Kumaradhara) River here after killing the demon Tarakasura and his Read More

Kumaranallur Temple

Kumaranallur Temple

Kumarakom,Kerala

Kumaranalloor Sree Bhagavathy ( Karthyayani Devi ) is considered as one of the most important devi temples among the 108 durgalayas (devi temples) in Kerala. This ancient temple has been identified by Sree Adi Sankaracharya as one of the five important centres in the whole of India for Durga Ardh Read More

Kumbeswara Temple

Kumbeswara Temple

Kumbakonam,Tamil Nadu

Kumbeswarar temple kumbakonam is a important temple dedicated to lord shiva  with presiding deity of Aadi Kumbeswarar and the Lord's consort Manthrapeeteswari Mangalambika. The Mangalambika shrine is revered as a Shakti Peetham or mantra peetam. Kumbeswarar temple is situated at the centre o Read More

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