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Rajarajeswara Of Taliparamba




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Hindu Books > Temples And Legends of India > Temples And Legends Of Kerala > Rajarajeswara Of Taliparamba

The temple at Talipramba, one of the 108 ancient Kerala temples dedicated to Siva Page2

After his death the linga however disappeared into the earth. Then his son Muchukunda offered similar prayers to Siva and got a second linga, which too disappeared in course of time. Centuries passed. The third Shivalinga was handed down to Satasoman, a king of Mushaka (Kolathunad) dynasty who then ruled the region. He was an ardent devotee of Siva. On the advice of sage Agastya he prayed to Lord Siva who granted him the Shivalinga. The king installed it in the present temple built by him.

Sri Rama's visit

Sri Rama on his returns from Lanka after annihilating Ravana and other Rakshasas Rested herewith his entourage. He offered prayers to Parameswara from the mukhamandapa in front of the sanctum sanctorum. Even today no one is allowed into this namaskara mandapa and offer prayers, which is permitted in other temples for Brahmins.




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