Sunday, December 19, 2010

A Temple in Kerala | കേരളത്തിലെ അമ്പലത്തില്‍ നിന്നുള്ള കാഴ്ചകള്‍

From a temple in Kerala. Photos by Sajeesh N

Shri Kuttichathan Temple
It is said that Brahma sat in deep meditation holding all his vital energies and from the sound of Om that he held close to his heart, emerged Shiv. He came out of Brahma's forehead.


 © Sajeesh N

 © Sajeesh N


Three century old, Shri Shiva Temple in Thodannore, Vadakara.
Shiv is destroyer of evil and the most feared of the gods. He is commonly depicted seated in profound thought, with a third eye in the middle of his forehead. His hair is matted and the crescent moon sits on his head. The river Ganges flows from his head. One popular myth has it that the Divine river Ganges condescended to come down to earth after being assured that Shiv the great god of the Himalayan mountains, had been pleased with a devotees penance, and had agreed to bear the impact of the falling torrents of the river by controlling it in the matted locks of his head.


 © Sajeesh N

 © Sajeesh N

3 comments:

Naushu said...

nice !!

ARJUN said...

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ARJUN said...

it wonderful

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