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Elamgulam Sree Dharma Shastha Temple

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Elamgulam Sree Dharma Shastha Temple
Sree Dharma Sastha Kshetram
Elamgulam Sree dharma sastha Temple.jpg
Temple from its ground, where Gajamela is conducted
Religion
AffiliationHinduism
DistrictKottayam District
DeitySree Dharma Shasthavu
FestivalsGajamela
Location
LocationElamgulam
StateKerala
CountryIndia
Location within Kerala
Geographic coordinates09°35′39.2″N 76°43′48.3″E / 9.594222°N 76.730083°E / 9.594222; 76.730083
Architecture
TypeDravidan architecture

Elamgulam Sree Dharma Shastha Temple is a very famous temple in India, located in the state of Kerala. It is situated in the village of Elamgulam in Kottayam district. The annual festival conducted by the temple, with about 10 elephants, namely Gajamela, makes it more famous among the state. Thousands of pilgrims participates in this festival.[1]

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This page was last edited on 17 July 2019, at 21:41
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