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Mannar Thrikkuratti Mahadeva Temple

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Mannar Thrikkuratti Mahadeva Temple
Trkkrutti temple,.JPG
Main Temple Structure
Religion
AffiliationHinduism
DistrictAlleppey District
DeityShiva, Krishna
FestivalsMaha Shivaratri
Location
LocationMannar, Parumala
StateKerala
Country India
Geographic coordinates9°19′11″N 76°32′01″E / 9.3195895°N 76.5337397°E / 9.3195895; 76.5337397
Architecture
TypeKerala style
CreatorChera Dynasty
CompletedNot known (believed to be thousands of years old)
Monument(s)2

Mannar Thrikkuratti Mahadeva Temple is an ancient Hindu temple dedicated to Shiva is situated on the banks of the Pampa river at Mannar of Alleppey District in Kerala state in India.[1] The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Shiva, located in main sanctum sanatorium, facing East. According to folklore, sage Parashurama has installed the idol. The temple is a part of the 108 famous Shiva temples in Kerala.[2] It is believed that the mammoth temple compound wall was built by a troupe of Bhootas of Lord Paramasiva in one night.[3]

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  1. ^ Book Title A handbook of Kerala, Volume 2 A Handbook of Kerala, T. Madhava Menon Authors T. Madhava Menon, International School of Dravidian Linguistics Publisher International School of Dravidian Linguistics, 2002 Original from the University of Michigan Digitized 2 Sep 2008 ISBN 8185692319, 9788185692319 Length: 496 pages; Kerala (India)
  2. ^ Book Title: 108 Siva Kshetrangal, Author:Kunjikuttan Ilayath, Publishers: H and C Books
  3. ^ Book Title: Cultural Heritage of Kerala, Author Name: A. Sreedhara Menon, Publisher: D.C. Books, 2008, ISBN 8126419032, 9788126419036, Length 312 pages


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