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  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM

Srimadh Anantheshwara Temple

Puja For Sarpa Dosham, Manjeshwara,Kasargod, Kerala
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Description
The Srimad Anantheshwara Temple is situated in Manjeshwar, a small town of Kasaragod district, right on the border of Karnataka. It is popularly known as the temple of 18 towns. The combination of Lord Anantheshwara, Lord Bhadra Narasimha, and Lord Subramanya in the same sanctum sanctorum is one of a kind and enhances serenity and sanctity of the temple. The temple is dedicated to Lord Anantheshwara, that is Lord Shiva accompanied by Lord Shesha or Anantha.
History
This temple is considered to be the most ancient existing temple of the Gowda Saraswat Brahmins. The history of the temple dates back to 8th century A.D. The temple was last renovated between 1799 - 1804 A.D. after it was destroyed. The Peetadhipathi of the Kashi Math Samsthan took the resurrected the temple and re-installed the presiding deity Shri Bhadra Narasimha.
Importance/Significance
Sarpa Dosha is believed to be caused due to Sarpa Sapa or curse of the serpents. The origin of Sarpa Dosha is mythic and unexplained in classics. It is said that there is a mystic power of serpents that rule the world. The Sarpa Dosha is explained as it comes from killing the serpents in previous or present life by self or by father or grandfather and not performing the rituals for the same. The curse affects the lives in a negative way. Getting rid of it becomes necessary to lead a peaceful life. This puja ensures that the effect of the curse is removed from one's life.
Festivals/Events/Gatherings
The annual Car festival is celebrated on the sixth day of the bright half of the month of Margashirsha. It is the most important festival of this temple. The day is known in popularly known as the "Manjeshwar Shasti". It coincides with "Skhanda Shasti" in other parts of South India. During the Manjeshwar Shasti, a six - wheeled chariot called "Brahma Ratha"is pulled along the Car Street. The chariot was built in 1834 A.D.
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