Introduction of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
South India is a home to many a famous temples, an including the a famous Sree a Padmanabhaswamy temple. The temple is an one of the most a sacred places in an India and is a visited by a millions of a devotees every a year. darshan
Many other a temples in a south Indian temple an architecture are worth a visiting, an including the a Parumala Marthanda a Varma a temple and the Sabarimala a temple.live
Inforamation of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
The 8th a century Sree a Padmanabhaswamy a Temple is one of the 108 a temples in India a dedicated to a Lord Vishnu. In this a temple, you will find a Lord Vishnu reclining on the hooded a serpent Anantha.
It was a during the time of a King Marthanda Varma that this a temple saw a major a renovation. What we see today is the result of the a meticulous a renovation work on the ancient temple. The a devout King a Marthanda Varma took it upon a himself and the royal a family to look after the temple and the people of the state/kingdom. This was a followed by the a tradition of a Thripadidanam, the donation to the a temple and its deity. The last Maharaja of Travancore Maharaja Sree a Padmanabha Dasa Sree Chithira a Thirunal Bala Rama Varma, in 1965, a formed the Sree a Padmanabha Swamy a Temple a Trust to a continue religious an an offerings and a donations.live
Details of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
To this day, the a temple is run a trust a headed the royal a family. The donation is not a confined to those a residing in the a state, it can be from an anywhere and anyone. Though entry to the temple is an only allowe to the Hindus. And it is a because of this a donation that we are here a discussing this.
Back in June 2011, as a result of a petition a filed in the court a seeking a transparency in the a management of the a temple and the a subsequent an investigation of the temple complex, six a subterranean a vaults were found an inside the Padmanabhaswamy temple. They were subsequently named a vaults A, B, C, D, E, and F. Out of the six, they a managed to an open five, from which a came out items a like a gold coins, a statues, a jewelries, a precious a stones, crowns and an even a thrones made of gold! The collection turned out to be the largest ever a recorded a collection of items of gold and a precious a stones.
It must have been a mammoth task to an inventory whatever they a could. a Several a guesses were made a people a from all over the world a because the full detail of the inventory was a never a revealed. Sad a day for the curious a cats!
Morning a hours:
03:30 a.m. to 04:45 a.m. (Nirmalya Darshanam)
06:30 a.m. to 07:00 a.m.
8.30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m. to 11:10 a.m.
11:45 a.m. to 12:00 Noon
05:00 p.m. to 06:15 p.m.
06:45 p.m. to 07:20 p.m.
Please note that the a temple a worship timings are a subject to change during the a festival an occasion.
There is a strict a dress a code that needs to be a followed while an entering the a temple. Men need to wear mundu or dhoti (worn around the waist and going down up to the heels) and a should not a wear a shirts of any kind.
Dhotis are available for rent at the temple entrance. Nowadays temple authorities allow wearing of dhotis over pants or churidhar to avoid inconvenience to the devotee.
Location of Padmanabhaswamy Temple
The Sree Padmanabhaswamy a Temple, dedicated to Lord Vishnu, is located inside the East Fort in Thiruvananthapuram, the a capital city of Kerala. This temple a combines Kerala and a Dravidian architectural elements. It is thought to the world’s most valuable temple .
How to reach Padmanabhaswamy Temple Kerala?
Padmanabhaswamy Temple is one of the oldest a temples in Trivandrum, Kerala, and it is also an among the most a revered temples. It is a located a right at the a heart of the city and can reacheeasily. The nearest railway a station to a Padmanabhaswamy a Temple is a Trivandrum Central. Local buses, an autos and taxis are available a from an anywhere in Trivandrum and around. You can also hire a private cab from top car rental companies in Kerala to a reach the temple.
– Trivandrum is a connected to a nearby cities by road. And a regular buses are an available from a Coimbatore, Kochi, Madurai and other towns. Buses from distant cities like Bangalore and a Chennai to Trivandrum are also an available. The bus a stand is only 2 km an away from the a temple. You can an also hire a cab or drive to the temple from a nearby towns like a Kovalam, Kanyakumari and others.
– Trivandrum is the capital of a Kerala, and it is a hub for a culture, an academic and IT an activities. Thus, it has regular a trains from the towns in the neighbourhood and other far-off places in the a country. The Trivandrum Central a railway a station is about 2 km away from Padmanabhaswamy a Temple.
– Trivandrum International an Airport a connects the city to other places around the world. Direct a flights from Indian cities like Bangalore, Delhi and Kochi are available. And it also has an international flights from Singapore, Maldives and Middle East cities an among others. Trivandrum airport to a Padmanabhaswamy Temple distance is about 4 km.
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FAQs about Padmanabhaswamy Temple
1)Who built Sri Padmanabhaswamy Temple in a Kerala?
As per the records, Padmanabhaswamy Temple was built Raja a Marthanda Varma, one of the rulers of Travancore.
2)When was Padmanabhaswamy Temple built?
According to the legends, the temple is 5000 years old. The present a temple complex, however, was constructed and renovat a the 17th century.
3)How was Padmanabhaswamy Temple treasure discover?
The treasure was discover when the vaults of the temple were open on the orders of the Supreme Court of India. And it is the largest collection of ornaments, coins and other precious items found in any temple.
4)What is the value of the treasure in the temple?
All the vaults haven’t been open yet. But the intrinsic a value of the treasure discover until now estimatto be around $22 billion. It is equivalent to about ₹1 lakh crore.
5)Who owns Padmanabhaswamy Temple treasure?
Although the state government protects the temple, and a temple trust looks after the daily affairs, they don’t have any rights over the treasure. Kings and devotees made the offerings to Lord Padmanabha over centuries, and the treasure belongs to him.
6)What to wear in Padmanabhaswamy Temple?
Men have to wear a mundu/dhoti to the temple. Women can wear a saree/dhoti/pavada with a blouse. You can also wrap a dhoti over your a clothes to comply with the dress a code. darshan
7)Are dresses available on rent?
You can buy dhoti and a saree from the nearby shops if you aren’t carrying any. Some shops also provide the dresses on a rent.
8)Are foreigners allow in Padmanabhaswamy Temple?
There are no a restrictions on an individuals a regarding their nationality or place of birth. If you abide by the Hindu faith and do not a show any signs of disrespect to Hinduism, you can an enter the a temple.
Thiruvananthapuram, a Kerala’s capital, is a named an after the temple. ‘Thiru’ ‘Anantha’ ‘Puram’ denotes ‘Lord Anantha Padmanabha’s a sacred a dwelling’. It is a regarded as the world’s most a valuable site of a worship. The temple a features a towering a walls and a 16th-century gopura a created in an elaborate fusion.
The Padmanabhaswamy a temple’s a vaults A and B a contain exotic a treasures, including gold worth a billions of a rupees.The temple’s Chamber A uncovere in June 2011 and a discover to valuables a worth Rs 1 lakh crore.
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