Thursday, August 15, 2013

Sri VeerMaruthi Temple, Karkala

Sri VeerMaruthi Temple at Karkala is opposite to Lord Venkatramana Temple. This temple was originally built in 1539. The structure that we see now is built in 1972 as invocation.



The statue of Lord Hanuman is more than 15 feet. This statue is unique and the left hand on his hip, right hand on top facing sky, legs in walking style, eyes starred in angry form and hair on his head waving in the air.


27 comments:

Teamgsquare said...

nice to know about this temple.

Ranjana's craft blog said...

Nice one

Sudhir R said...

Beautiful! the architecture is so beautiful like many temples of Kerala, but yet its unique!

R Niranjan Das said...

Nice temple.

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Jeevan said...

A beautiful temple! Interesting one on the statue

Lowell said...

Interesting and rather humorous. Looks someone took his worship outside in the first shot.

Anonymous said...

What lovely photos.

Uma Anandane said...

Very nice. Lord Hanuman is a powerful god and in my native place there is a temple in Panchavadi with Lord Hanuman statue measuring about 36 feet . It's Magnifique!

Steffi said...

Very beautiful temple,Rajesh and interesting post!

Unknown said...

Such wonderful, clear blue, blue skies, Rajesh!! Great capture for the day! Enjoy your weekend!!

Jim said...

wonderful

Al said...

What a great temple, it looks very well kept.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

So much I don't know! Like why he is so angry. That would be a very impressive statue.

Kay L. Davies said...

The first photo, with the clear blue sky, is beautiful, Rajesh!
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Leovi said...

Yes, I love the architecture is very different! Wonderful photo!

Laura said...

Oh so beautiful!!!

Carver said...

Very beautiful temple.

George said...

The statue is very interesting. The temple itself is beautiful.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Beautiful entry detail in the first photo. And love your explanation of the ststue.

Eden said...

Great shot!

Unknown said...

Lovely temple!

Jim said...

That's a great temple.

Kathe W. said...

Thanks for sharing this image- have a lovely week.

Jeannie Marie said...

So beautiful and colorful! I'm so glad to visit this way!

LV said...

A very interesting work of art on this temple. We do not have many in Texas.

Linda Kunsman said...

what a beautiful temple!

Maniparna said...

Nice..have a lovely weekend... :-)