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Thuravoor Mahakshethram

Thuravoor Mahakshethram is one of South India’s most important temples dedicated to Lord Narasimhamoorthy. Installed close to Narasimhamoorthy, but in a separate Sreekovil, is the idol of Sree Mahasudarsanamoorthy.

     Thuravoor Mahakshethram, an ancient Devasthanam located by the side of NH-47, approximately 25 km south of Kochi city, is the sacred abode of Lord Sree Narasimhamoorthy and Lord Sree Mahasudarsanamoorthy. The entire temple complex can be seen from the road.
Two separate Sanctom Sanctoroms in close proximity - within the same compound - reflect the synthesis of a unique and mysterious divine power. The idol of Sree Narasimhamoorthy is said to have originated in the holy city of Kashi (Varanasi). Swami Padmapadar (8th century AD), the principal disciple of Adi Sankaracharya, had worshipped the very same idol at Kashi.

Location : Thuravoor Mahakshethra Bhakthajana Samithi Thuravoor P O, Cherthala Alappuzha. Kerala, India. Pin-688 532.

Gods : Sree Narasimhamoorthy

Landmark : Thuravoor Mahakshethram, an ancient Devasthanam located by the side of NH-47, approximately 25 kms south of Kochi city, is the sacred abode of Lord Sree Narasimhamoorthy and Lord Sree Mahasudarsanamoorthy. The entire temple complex can be seen from the road. Thuravoor railway station is the nearest railhead.

Festivals :

The 9-day utsavam during the month of Thulam (October) is the most important festival.

Valiyavilakku is celebrated on the Diwali day.

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