In which Temple has the famous Nagaraja Temple?
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Where is the snake temple in India?
One of the largest snake temples in India, Mannarasala Temple is located in Kerala. The temple is dedicated to Lord Nagaraja, the king of serpents. There are around 30,000 marvellous stone snake idols and images within its compound leading to the temple. It is said that the temple is 3,000 years old.
Which district is Mannarasala Temple?
Mannarasala Sree Nagaraja temple located near Harippad in Alappuzha district is a serpent shrine under the patronage of a Brahmin family.
Is Subramanya Swamy snake god?
The Darpana Theertha, a tributary of the Kumaradhara, flows just behind the temple. The belief is that Vasuki and other snakes took refuge under the god Subrahmanya in the caves at Subramanya. Here Subrahmanya is worshipped as a snake.
Where is sheshnag Temple?
Sheshnag temple located on the eastern bank of the Mansar Lake is dedicated to Lord Serpent. It is known for its story of bringing happiness and blessings to newlyweds and that is why, newly married couple from far and wide flock to the temple to seek divine blessings.
Is it good to see snake in Temple?
If you see a snake in a dream in a temple, then it is considered an auspicious dream. This dream means that some of your wishes are going to be fulfilled in the near future.
Which district is haripad?
Haripad is a Municipality in Alappuzha District located between Alappuzha and Kollam on the National Highway 66.
How do I get to Mannarasala temple by train?
After reaching Alapuzha, you will have to get to Haripad which is very close to the Mannarasala Temple. If you are traveling from Kochi or from Trivandrum by train, you have to deboard at the Haripad station from where autos ply till the temple at subsidiary rates.
What is the relation between snake and Subramanya Swamy?
Why is Subramanya Swamy worshipped as snake?
So, despite being stopped by Shiva and Brahma, he cursed himself to be born as a snake. It was his penitence for his own immodest behaviour. So, he is worshiped there in a snake form. Kukke Subrahmanya: The marriage of Subrahmanya with Devasena took place here on the banks of river Kumaradhara.
Which lake of Jammu has a sheshnag Temple?
The shrine comprises a big boulder on which are placed a number of iron chains perhaps representing the small serpents waiting on the tutelary deity of the Sheshnag. Two ancient temples of Umapati Mahadev & Narsimha as also a temple of Durga are situated in the vicinity of the Mansar lake.
What powers do Naga have?
They are nature spirits (some are worshiped as deities) associated with and protectors of waters, rivers, lakes, seas and wells. They bring rain, and thus fertility and prosperity, and are guardians of treasure, but are also able to cause natural disasters such as floods and drought.