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Obscene dances at temple
Temple Executive Officer Nageswara Rao issued orders placing under suspension the security guard on duty and memos to the employees concerned. He also issued orders against allowing weddings and other functions at the vacant place near Harihara ...
Oneness Achieved As Harihara Statue Is Reunified
The statue is of Harihara, (also known as the Shankara-Nayarana) who represents the unity of two separate deities found in the Hindu tradition – Vishnu (Hari) and Shiva (Hara).
Devotees fume over obscene dance at Annavaram temple
The marriage was organised at the Harihara Sadan on the Annavaram hill by a hatcheries firm owner on Saturday morning. The video shows a group of young and middle aged persons dancing on the stage with artists under the alleged influence of liquor.
France returns head of Harihara statue after 130 years
A stone sculpture of Harihara, a deity that combines aspects of Vishnu and Shiva, was returned by France to Cambodia. The head of the statue was reattached to its body on January 21, 2016 and is kept for display at a museum.
Reunion of Harihara statue's head and body must be permanent
At the arrival of 2016, two good things were brought to Cambodia.

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