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Talakadu Temple in Karnataka

Talakadu Temple in Karnataka is dedicated to Shiva. There is a cluster of temples on the banks of Kaveri River that are known as Talakadu Temples. All temples are associated with Shiva. There are five important temples – Vaidyanatheshwara or Vaideshwara   Temple , the most important temple, is buried beneath sand dunes. Sri Pataleshwara Temple – Snake Vasuki worshipped Shiva here. Sri Maruleshwara Temple – Brahma and Saraswati worshipped here. River Kaveri takes southward turn here. The temple also has murtis of Vishnu, Durga, Brahma, Kartik and Surya. Sri Mallikarjuna Swamy Temple , Somashyla – A temple believed to have been visited by Pandavas. Sri Arkeshwara Temple – Dedicated to Shiva with a linga. On Ratha Saptami day – the sun’s rays fall directly on the linga. The darshan of these temples together is known as Panchalinga Darshana. Although many temples remain buried under sand, darshan is possible in some temples. Other Temp

Kalki Purana in Hindi – Download - Religious Significance And Spiritual Importance Of Kalki Purana In Hinduism

This particular text version of Kalki Puran in Hindi is pdf format with Sanskrit verses and explanation in Hindi. Kalki Purana is dedicated to the Kalki Avatar of Vishnu. It is believed that Bhagvan Vishnu will appear as Kalki in future and start the destruction of the universe and make the universe read for next cycle of creation. The Purana explains about the birth of Kalki, the Adharma that flourishes on earth in various forms and what will happen to people who follow Dharma. Link - Kalki Puran in pdf Religious Significance And Spiritual Importance Of Kalki Purana In Hinduism The Kalki Purana holds significant religious and spiritual importance in Hinduism, particularly within the context of Hindu eschatology (the study of end times or ultimate destiny). The Purana is dedicated to Kalki, the tenth and final avatar (incarnation) of the Hindu god Vishnu, who is prophesied to appear at the end of the Kali Yuga, the current epoch in the cycle of Yugas (ages), to restore righteous