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Sivasamudram - Sri Ranganatha Devalaya

It is a lovely island, made lovelier by its spectacular scenic grandeur-, and loveliest, better say holiest by the superb Vaishnavate shrine dedicated to Sri Ranganatha. And hence carved out a covetable niche in the temple that Bharat Khanda is, and by the august name of Madyarangam in religious literature.

Abounding in lush green verdure amidst the two enchanting Gangachukki and Bharachukki water falls, created by the branches of river Cauvery, its tourist potential seems far out weighing its spiritual importance. The temple built in the Hoyasala architectural model, is rich in sculptural wealth. Sri Fanganatha - the principal deity in reclining posture, like its counterparts in SriRangapattana - Adyarangam near Mysore and Sriraiwam - Anthyarangam near Trichy lifts the souls and confers bliss to the devout  theists, if soulful prayers are offered. It celebrates all festivals as done in Ranganatha temples. It is a worth-seeing place for asthikas and paryatakas too.

It is located at 80 km off Mysore, the erst-while capital of the then Mysore state and it is accessible by bus and train.


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