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Puja in 10 Temples for Sarpa Dosham

Kukke Subramanya Temple, Kethu Bhagavan Temple, Srikalahasti Raahu Kethu Temple, Ghati Subramanya Temple, Tirupaampuram Raahu Kethu Temple, Nagercoil Nagaraja Temple, Mannarasala Nagaraja Temple, Vetticode Nagaraja Temple, Srimad Anantheshwara Temple, Ballamanja Anantheshwara Temple
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The Sri Kalahasti Temple is an iconic temple that worships Lord Shiva and is situated in Andhra Pradesh. Kukke Subramanya is a Hindu temple located in the village of Subramanya, Karnataka. Here, Kartikeya is worshipped as Subramanya, lord of all serpents. Ghati Subramanya kannada is an ancient Hindu temple, situated on the outskirts of Bangalore near Tubagere, Doddaballapura. Thiruppampuram is a village situated 3 kms away from Karkaththi, Tamil Nadu. This is the 59th of the hymn ordained temples south of the Kaaveri river. Nagaraja Temple is a Hindu temple worshipping Nagaraja(King of Serpents- Vasuki) situated at the heart of Nagercoil town. The name for the town Nagercoil originated from this temple. The Mannarasala Nagaraja Temple in Kerala is one of the most religious temples when it comes to the devotees who pray to the serpent gods. Located on a six-acre land in the midst of a lush green environment, the Sarppakkavu (serpent grove) Vetticode Nagaraja Temple has Nagaraja and Nagayakshi as the principal deities. The Shrimad Anantheshwara Temple in the Kasargod district of Karnataka is one of the most ancient temples in India believed to be more than a thousand years old. The Sri Ballamanja Anantheshwara Temple in Udupi is one of the most important temples in Karnataka. The temple in Keezhperumpallam is one of the Navagraha Temples in Tamil Nadu and is built in honour of Ketu Bhagwaan.
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