Sometimes, even in the middle of a busy town, you come across places of worship that will make you stop and gaze. It is a wonder how they exude divinity amidst all the bustles around. In the middle of Alappuzha, there exists such a shrine that is a place of solace for thousands of devotees in the area – the Kidanganparambu Sree Bhuvaneswari Temple. An ancient temple with amazing architectural majesty, the Kidangamparambu Sree Bhuvaneswari Temple has goddess Sree Bhuvaneswari Devi as the principal deity. People worship here and make offerings with the intention of being relieved of their troubles and finding inner peace.
The temple, just like the Padmanabha Swamy Temple in Thiruvananthapuram, has a grand Rajagopuram or Vimanam. Some of the other deities worshiped in the temple include Goddess Bhadrakali, Sree Ganapathy, Sree Sastha, Sree Murugan, Sree Krishna, Sree Sivan, Navagrahangal, Kodumkali, Bhairavan, Rashus and Nagar. The temple walls are decorated with stunning paintings which is a visual treat. There are many statues inside the temple that are intricately carved and perfected. The goddess in the temple is presented as ‘Bhakthadasi’, meaning maid of the devotees. The art, architecture and divinity of the temple make it a must-visit place of worship in Alappuzha.
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