‪Gunja Narasimha Swamy Temple‬

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Pramod skandha
ميسور, الهند65 مساهمة
العائلة • أغسطس 2019
‪Yes it is believed that Gunja narsihama swamy is slightly(gulaganji) powerful than kashi, but it not well known to most of the people.
This place is just 30 km from Mysore and number of government and private bus runs everyday. Temple would be open at morning and evening .‬
كُتب بتاريخ 13 فبراير 2020
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CoolTravelFreak
بنغالور, الهند347 مساهمة
زوجان • مايو 2017
‪There are many temples in Mysuru and this one is one of the oldest temples .. This is outskirts of Mysuru ..‬
كُتب بتاريخ 28 أبريل 2018
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tan32016
بنغالور, الهند605 مساهمات
العائلة • مايو 2017
‪I'm glad to have decided to continue journey outskirts of Mysore, for spotting this massive old Dravidan-style temple in T Narasipura was rewarding. Such solid construction, such divinity.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 16 أكتوبر 2017
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sureshhulikunti
ميسور, الهند134 مساهمة
العائلة • يوليو 2016
‪Built in dravidian style of architecture during later Vijayanagara period, the temple is situated beside confluence of rivers, cauvery and kabini.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 4 يونيو 2017
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JAGDISH RAVAL
أحمد آباد, الهند4,020 مساهمة
زوجان • فبراير 2017
‪While going to Bengaluru from Mysore, we visited this holy place at irumakudal Narsipura, known as T.Narsipura. The Gunja Narasima Swamy Temple, a Hindu temple, dedicated to Lord Narasimha, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The ancient temple is 400 years old and and is built in typical dravidian style with an imposing gopura (tower) over the entrance gate (mahadwara) and a four pillared mantapa ("hall") in front of the sanctum.. The temple is located at the confluence of the Kaveri River and the Kabini River and is considered sacred by Hindus. The temple gets its name from the Gunja tree (Abrus precatorius) that grows in the front of the main entrance. A must visit place if you are of a religious mind-set.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 أبريل 2017
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appu761
644 مساهمة
بمفردك • يناير 2017
‪This temple at Narasipura is a 16 th century monument, and it is a temple where the deity Lord Narasimha is being worshipped. It is believed that Lord Narasimha is an incarnation of Vishnu who came to world for the protection of Dharma.. The carvings in the temple depict all the stories in a vivid way‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 يناير 2017
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Karthik Iyer
بنغالور, الهند472 مساهمة
العائلة • يوليو 2016
‪The Gunja Narasimha Swamy Temple, situated at T Narsipura (Tirumakudal Narsipura) is an ASI protected 16th century temple that is quite popular throughout Karnataka. The temple Deity probably gets His prefix “Gunja” from the huge Gunja tree (commonly known as Rosary pea or Indian Licorice) growing just outside the temple!

The temple itself is a typical Dravidian style temple with no overtures of any major influence. The compound is quite large and houses a beautiful and ornate Thulsi katte (A unique shaped pot to grow the Thulsi plant / also referred as Brindavana) and the Sanctum Sanctorum.

Pilgrimage to the temple is compared to Kashi in terms of sanctity & religious significance as it is located at the confluence of Cauvery and Kabini; It is believed that a dip in the river and then a darshan of the Lord wards away evil influence / negative vibes and bestows good health and brings prosperity to the believers.

So you will find a lot of devotees make their annual pilgrimage to this temple and have a dip in the river flowing besides the temple.

The river side is quite peaceful and the temple authorities have made arrangements and safeguards (with railings) for people to bath. Sitting on the steps by the riverside, you will find a lot of fish and feeding these fish with puffed rice (puri) or popcorn is a popular and exciting activity for kids.

The Gunja tree that I had mentioned earlier is home to some huge colony of fruit bats. You will find the “flying foxes” hanging upside down from the trees and creating a din with their constant shrieking – this too is quite exiting to the kids.

The newly constructed bridge across the river is a Godsend as the traffic flow was quite pathetic before the new bridge was commissioned. The old bridge is still in use, but is visibly worn out and looks dangerous.

A worthwhile stopover with the family, if you are headed towards Mysore or Somnathapura.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 3 نوفمبر 2016
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