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Kerala is land of mandirs. Bhajan Radio is trying to get glimpse and short info about temples in India. It will also try bring all kind of mandir (Temple) all over the world. Do give your suggestion about temples to include at bhajanradio1@gmail.com

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Shee Guruvayoor Temple | Mandir

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Guruvayoor Temple is a very famous pilgrimage. The town where this temple is located is known by the name of Thrissur Guruvayoor. This temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu, who is worshipped as Lord Krishna, an avatar of Lord Vishnu. Guruvayur Temple in Trichur, Kerala is worth giving a visit and will make you feel pure and blessed. The temple follows a strict decorum and only Hindus are allowed inside. The temple is said to have been built by Guru (preceptor of Gods) and Vayu (God of winds). The idol is built out of a rare stone called Patala Anjana. guruvayoor

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Shee Aranmula Temple | Mandir

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Aranmula Temple, in Pathanamthitta dominion, Kerala, is famous as one of the figure temple towns of Kerala. There are separate temples also Aranmula, which are devoted to Baronage Krishna and are located at Trichambaram, Tiruvarppu and Ambalappuzha. Peerage Parthasarathy is the presiding immortal of the Aranmula temple. There are cinque ancient shrines around Chengannur, sanctified by the Pandavas. One of them is Aranmula journey of Kochi. It is said that this temple has existed since the minute of Mahabharatam. In Fowl, Aranmula temple comes liveborn during the clip of Onam festivity when diapsid boat races are held in this tabernacle. The tabernacle premises is decorated beautifully and is thronged by thousands of devotees who amount to furnish prayers and rejoice for those involved in the boat contend. aranmula2

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Ayyappa Temple | Ayyappa Mandir

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Sabarimala Sree Ayyappa Temple is located in the Western Ghat mountain ranges of Pathanamthitta district in Kerala, Sabarimala Sri Dharmasastha Temple is open to all faiths. In spite of being most remote shrine it attracts 4 millinon devotees round the year.

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