Sree PadmanabhaSwamy Temple is situated in Tiruvananthapuram, capital city of Kerala. It was built around the 16th century which is reflected in the Dravidian form of architecture prevalent in those days. Further, its construction is on the same lines as that of Adikesava Perumal temple in Madurai. It is a Vaihnava temple and forms part of the 108 shrines of Divyadesams dedicated purely to Lord Vishnu.
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Significance of the temple:
The temple holds a significant place in terms of religious importance. As it is one of the 108 enshrines of Lord Vishnu, it is believed that all wishes are granted by worshipping this sacred temple.
The deity is self-manifestation or Swayambu murthi and hence miracles are also reported. Worshippers believe that on performing certain rituals one is devoid of all the evils deeds and is also relieved from the cycle of birth and rebirth.
The Temple has references in Epics and Puranas. Srimad Bhagavatha says that Balarama visited this Temple, bathed in Padmatheertham and made several offerings.
The compositions of Nammalvar, the great Vaishnavite saint, in praise of Sree Maha Vishnu of this city, prove beyond doubt that this Temple existed in the ninth century of this era. In the year 1050A.D.(225ME)
Some well known scholars, writers and historians, like the late Dr. L.A.Ravi Varma of Travancore, have expressed the view that this Temple was established on the first day of Kali Yuga (which is over 5000 years ago).
The legends of the Temple are handed down through the centuries. One such legend which finds a place in the old palm leaf records of the Temple, as also in the famous grantha entitled “Ananthasayana Mahatmya”, mentions that it was consecrated by a Tulu Brahmin hermit named Divakara Muni. On the 950th year of Kali Yuga a reinstallation of the idol was done. In the 960th Kali year King Kotha Marthandan built the Abhisravana Mandapam.
- Tulam or Aipasi Festival
- Panguni Festival
- Vinayaka Chaturthi
- Ashtami Rohini
- Rama Navami
- Vedavyasa Jayanti
- Morning : 8.30 a.m. to 11.00 a.m
- Evening : 5.00 p.m. to 6.15 p.m.
- The Price of the Puja includes service charges, prasad, packing and courier cost and any other incidental charges
- We are not agent of any temple, our representative will perform the puja on your behalf and collect the prasadam.
- You will receive the prasadam between 15 - 30 days
- Prasadam will not have any kind of food items
- Prasadam normally consists of Kumkum or Vibuthi or Turmeric or Sandal Paste or Akshatha