Krishnarajamudi Brahmotsavam at Thirunarayanapuram

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Thirunarayanapuram (Melkote) Krishnarajamudi Brahmotsavam was conducted grandly between the 24th of July until 2nd of August 2013. After Dwajaavarohanam on August 2nd,2013, Thiruvadipooram for Yadugiri Thayar was started. Detailed utsavam schedule can be read from: Krishnarajamudi Brahmotsavam at Thirunarayanapuram (Melkote)

Some of the photographs taken during the Brahmotsavam can be viewed below

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Photo Courtesy: Sri Narasimhapriyan
About the temple:

Located about 35 km North East of Srirangapatnam on the banks of the Cauvery in the Pandavapura Taluk-Mandya District of Karnataka at the foot of the Yadava Giri is one of the most sacred and historical Vaishnavite temples – the Thiru Narayana Perumal Koil in ThiruNarayanapuram (now Melkote), one that dates back to the Kritha Yugam. Brahma’s sons Sanatkumaras brought their father’s pooja deity ‘Lord Narayana’ and installed the vigraham at Melkote.

An interesting feature at the Thiru Narayanan temple is that there is a separate sannidhi for the Utsava deity, ‘Selva Pillai’ (Sampath Kumaran) not seen anywhere else. Only one day in the year, are both Moolavar and Utsavar deities seen together at this temple to celebrate the home coming of Selva Pillai Sampath Kumaran.

The following is a Video Upanyasam about Ethiraja Sampath Kumaran:

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