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Gunasekharam - Srinivasa Temple

Here is an ancient Vaishnava kshetra challenging the atheists and sceptics to retrace their steps and reform their crooked notions of denigrating gods and depreciating everything held sacred by majority of population. touching the point of centum to speak the truth. Those who deny the existence of invisible forces, both good, and wicked realize with a single visit, that in as much as there are evil forces, there are divine powers too, call it by any name, instrumental for creation, protection and destruction. This kshetra is renowned for driving out the evil effects of black magic and sorcery. Thousands of victims of witch-craft throng this holy kshetra and return home with total satisfaction of complete cure of their malady. It is as famous as the Chottanikara Bhagavathi kshetra - a name that acquired world wide reputation to warding off persons from the disastrous impact of evil spirits. The temple is an ancient one built in the Dravidian style of architecture and is liberally endowed by ruling princes. Many parivaradevathas are installed in well-built mandaps and adored fittingly. Built on the northern bank of holy Cauvery, it has additional attraction for holy bath. Agamic worship is offered and periodical festivals are celebrated with great zeal. More than the regular devotees, the victims of evil forces visit often and many:

It lies 23 km off Trichy, a famous town in Tamilnadu and accessible by bus.


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