Kedarnath Temple History
The history of Kedarnath temple dates back to the Dwapara yug. The temple is believed to be built by the Pandavas or their descendant Janamejaya.
Badrinath Temple History
The Badrinath Temple History goes thus – Lord Vishnu once sat in meditation at this place. During his meditation, Vishnu was unaware of cold weather. Lakshmi, his consort, protected him in the form of the Badri tree. Pleased by the devotion of Lakshmi, Vishnu named the place Badrika Ashrama.
The Big Bull Temple of Basavanagudi
The temple was built in 1537 by Kempe Gowda under the Vijayanagara empire in the Vijayanagara architectural style, he also founded the city of Bengaluru. The temple is named after the large granite Nandi monolith placed on a plinth in the temple shrine (garbhagriha) which has become blackened from years of being rubbed with charcoal…
Karur Kalyana Pasupatheeswarar Temple
Pasupatheeswarar temple of Karur is one of the Shivasthalams. This place was called Karuvoor during the time of Sambandar’s visit to this temple. Based on the inscriptions deciphered, we know that the temple existed during the reign of the king Rajendra Chola (Eag1e clan) (1012-54 A.D.) as he donated land to this temple. The temple…
Puzhakkarakavu Bhagavathy Temple Muvattupuzha
Muvattupuzha is named after the confluence of three rivers (Kaliyar, Kothayar, and Thodupuzhayar) (means joining of three rivers). The shrine of Puzhakkara kavu Devi, which shines brightly on the holy bank of the Thriveni, bestows benevolent blessings on the devotees.