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All set for Maha Sivaratri
At Saptanadi Sangameswara, the Siva Lingam was installed by Dharmaraja, the eldest of Pandavas, on the banks of confluence of seven rivers. The kshetrapala of Srisailam is known as Nagaluti Veerabhadrudu. At Gundla Brahmeswaram, the Lord Siva is ...
Deep in the land of Kodavas
The Kala Bhairaveshwara Temple has a horse figure representing the kshetrapala, guardian of the region, overlooking it. Behind this temple is the shrine of the kodi beera (war hero).
Vibrant Enmakaje Nemotsava held with traditional grandeur
Kasargod, Mar 5: The annual 'Nemotsava' of Pilichamundi Raktheshwari and Parivara Daivas of the Enmakaje Beedina Mane was held with much fanfare and grandeur here on Wednesday March 4. The Nemotsava is held every year as part of the five-day ...
The lost glory of Bangadi
It is a large complex with shrines of Padmaprabha and other thirthankaras, besides a statue of Kshetrapala. Miracle of the floating boulder. Hardly a kilometre away from Bangadi is another interesting shrine called Shravana Gunda Basadi.
Serene and scenic Sodhe
In front of the brindavan, is the temple for Sri Vedavyasa and on the right to the south of the brindavan is the temple for the Kshetrapala - Bhootharaja.

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