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Astadasa Sakthi Peetham

Astadasa Sakthi Peetham

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-05-28 Category: Temples Views: 1743

The Shakti Peethas (heavenly places of infinite force) are places of worship consecrated to the goddess 'Shakti', the female principle of Hinduism and the fundamental divinity of the Shakti sect. Shaktipeeth are sprinkled all through the Indian subcontinent. This goddess is often related both with Gorri/ Parvati, the generous goddess of harmony, conjugal felicity and longevity, with Durga, goddess of strength and valour, and with Mahakali, goddess of destruction of the evil. Legand:  As...

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Char Dham

Char Dham

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-05-28 Category: Temples Views: 1226

"Char" signifies "Four" and "Dham" signifies "Adobe". Char Dham, the four heavenly residences, accepted to be the abodes of Hindu divine beings and the holiest spots of pilgrimage. The Char Dham are considered as the most sacred destinations for Hindus. There are two circuits of Char Dham destinations in India, one is the bigger circuit and scattered in the four directions of India and another is the smaller circuit and situated in the state of Uttarakhand. Originally the Char Dham (bigger...

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Dwadasa Jyothirlingas

Dwadasa Jyothirlingas

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-05-03 Category: Temples Views: 1487

The 12 Jyothirlinga shrines, popularly known as the Dwadasa Jyothirlinga shrines are considered to be the divine places by the Hindus. The Jyothirlinga temples have a rich tradition and each temple has a legend attached to it. According to Shiva Purana once Brahma and Vishnu started fighting over who was the Supreme Being. Suddenly, there appeared a Shivalinga before them as a huge column of fire. Both of them decided to find the one end each. Whoever returns first would be acknowledged as...

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Pancha Bhoota Sthala Temples

Pancha Bhoota Sthala Temples

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-12-12 Category: Temples Views: 1609

Pancha Bhoota Sthala are five temples of Lord Shiva. Pancha indicates five, Bhoota means elements and Sthala means place. They refer to the temples that are the manifestation of the five elements - Air, Water, Fire, Earth and Sky. All these temples are located in South India with four of these are at Tamil Nadu and one at Andhra Pradesh. Shiva in the temple had five different names based on the element he represents. Pancha Bhoota Sthala Temples: Sri Kalahastheeswara Temple (Air) –...

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