Synonyms for devasthana or Related words with devasthana

sthan              arulmigu              ravalnath              kshethram              kshetram              perur              durgadevi              parameswari              chottanikkara              pillaiyar              bhagawati              sadashiva              mataji              dhama              pazhoor              devalayam              karpaga              teerth              nathar              thiruvambadi              kshethra              vilasom              anjaneyar              thirtha              derasar              yellamma              mookambika              pillayar              siddhar              polali              pazhaya              venkataramana              koyil              siddheshwar              pakshi              vairavar              kaliamman              mandiram              khodiyar              godiji              naduvil              theertha              nagnath              pedda              kotturu              moodabidri              sametha              saibaba              vinayagar              devala             



Examples of "devasthana"
The Chidambareshwara Devaru and Nethrabylu Choudi Devasthana Hindu shrines are located in Byse.
Idagunji Devasthana is an ancient temple with a history of more than 1,500 years.
The Kodigehalli bus stop is marked by the Dodda Ganapa Devasthana (a Ganapathi temple). There are frequent buses to the city centre.
This part of Banashankari is well known for the Ramanjaneya Temple and 'Kumara Swamy Devasthana. "PES College" is also located here.
Kumara Swamy Devasthana, is a Hindu temple located in Hanumanthanagar, in the city of Bangalore, Karnataka, southern India. It is dedicated to Lord Kumara Swamy, also known as Lord Subrahmanya or Murugan.
Hindu temples are known by many different names, varying on region and language, including Alayam, "Mandir", "Mandira", "Ambalam", "Gudi", "Kavu", "Koil", "Kovil", "Déul", "Raul", "Devasthana", Degul, Deva Mandiraya and "Devalaya".
Others include "Shree Shiva Shakthi Ganapathi Devasthana, Lakshmi Venkateshwara, Kanaka Vinayaka, Shaneshwara, Anjaneya, Renuka Yellamma, Ankamma Devi, Eshwara, Maha Munishwara, Ganesha, Shiva Shakthi, Devi Yellamma, Siddhi Vinayaka temples etc..."
A website dedicated to Sri Danamma Devi (www.SriDanammaDevi.com), was also recently inaugurated in Haveri, Karnataka, on behalf of Sri Danamma Devi Devasthana Trust (R), Haveri, run by Smt. Shobha Rajshekar Magavi, and other prominent devotees of Haveri District.
The famous Mangaladevi Temple by which Mangalore derives its name and Halekote Sri Mariyamma - Mahishamardini Devasthana are located in Bolara (or Bolar as pronounced in English). Bolara is predominantly a residential area.
Sri Dwadasha Jyotirlinga Temple is located in Bangalore, in the state of Karnataka, India. The temple is located in Omkar Ashram, in Omkar Hills Bangalore. Omkar Hills in Srinivasapura is one of the highest points of Bangalore. The Sri Dwadasha Jyotirlinga Devasthana is unique, and one of the most magnificent and gigantic temples in Karnataka.
"Sosale Devasthana" is a beautiful temple in the village. The temple is breathtakingly beautiful and is located in the middle of vast expanses of paddy fields. It is an ideal picic spot. There are a white dome on the back of the temple which is a kind ancient worship ritual of the locals.
"Mahadevi devasthana" at Katkere, near Koni, Katkere is famous for its goddess "Maha Devi". "Mahadevi is one of the forms of the Goddess Parvathi (Shiva's wife). She is worshipped here as "Grama devathe" for koni, katkere village. Grama means Village in Kannada. The temple is one of it kind having kali as Raktha kali. On 26 January every year the temple festival will be attended by million people.
Anjaneya devasthana is the famous temple where all the avatars of vaayu, wind god, are incarnated. It is believed that all the three avatars, Hanuma, Bheema and Madhwa, have re-incarnated in a single stone. The historic temple was built around this sacred re-incarnated stone by the Timmanna Nayaka of Nayakas of Chitradurga. This incarnation is worshiped by thousands of people in Karnataka. Accompanying this beautiful temple is a pond that provides calm and serene atmosphere for the devotees.
A co-operative society serving since 1919, presently called as Ajjibal Group Gramagala Seva Sahakari Bank Ltd., has the credit of being one of the best managed society. Ajjibal has an oil mill, a blacksmith workshop- aachaari shaale, both of which are much helpful to the farmers around. The village homes famous Shambhulinga temple. Another ancient temple, Prabhu Devasthana is located in Karoor, a nearby village. G.S. Hegde Ajjibal, a former MLA, journalist and confidant of Ramakrishna Hegde is from this village.
Urkeri is a small village located in the district of Uttar Kannada in the state of Karnataka in India. It has a population of about 963 persons living in around 214 households. Urkeri is a temple Village. The main deity is Lord Ganesh. Lord Ganesha is revered as the village God in these villages, in the north Kanara district. The chariot ceremony of Ganapati is celebrated on Maghi Pournima. The temple is the main attraction at Urkeri, receiving many devotees per year. Urkeri Shree Swayambhoo Devasthana is an ancient temple.
Sri Sri Harisankar Devasthana(), in India, is on the slopes of the beautiful Gandhamardhan hills, Odisha. It is popular for its scenes of nature and connection to two Hindu lords, Vishnu and Shiva. As a holy place, along with a beautiful stream passing on the granite bed, it has given some visitors a feeling of peace. On the opposite of side of the Gandhamardhan hills is the temple of Nrusinghanath. The plateau between the two temples has been found to have ancient Buddhist ruins, which are considered to be remnants of the ancient Parimalgiri University.
Shanti parva begins with sorrowful Yudhishthira lamenting the loss of human lives during the war. He announces his desire to renounce the kingdom, move into a forest as a mendicant and live in silence. He receives counsel from his family and then sages Narada and Vyasa, as well as Devala, Devasthana and Kanwa. The parva includes the story of king Janaka and the queen of the Videhas, presenting the theory of true mendicant as one who does not crave for material wealth, not one who abandons material wealth for an outward show. Arjuna argues it is more virtuous to create and maintain virtuous wealth and do good with it, than to neither create nor have any. Yudhishthira challenges Arjuna how would he know. Sage Vyasa then intervenes and offers arguments from Vedas that support Arjuna's comments, and the story of Sankha and Likhita. Krishna concurs with Arjuna and Vyasa, and adds his own arguments.
Ankola houses many temples such as famous Honna Raka Temple, beautiful Mahamaya, architectural Venkataramana Temple, and traditional Shantadurga(Famously known as Bhumidevathe), Eeshwara devasthana. Migrated Konkani Saraswats are said to have brought with their Kuladevtas with them. Considering this to be their safe haven, they are said to have established the Kuladevata temples in Ankola. Some of the migrated Goan Deities are Lakshmi Narayan Mahamaya(Nagve Mahmamaya) from the Nagve village in Salcette Goa, Kundodari Mahamaya (Kudteri Mahamaya) from Curtorim in Salcette Goa, and the Aryadurga temple from the Anjediva (Aryadweep) island of Goa. The Shantadurga temple is assumed to be the gram devta of the village is still a question of debate, since many saraswat families do consider it to be their Kuladevta, but the locals state that the deity present is not of Konkani or Goan origin but currently a Dravidian deity.
Saint Thirugnanasambandhar was invited to Madurai by Queen Pandimadevi Mangayarkarasi for the prosperity of Saivam religion. Saint Appar said that as the day of Sambandar's visit falls on star of Bharani and it is auspicious for travelling. Bharani is also the best time for Conducting homam and setting up brick kiln etc. as this day is suitable for Agni (fire). He started his travel after worshiping God and Goddess by singing Kolaru Padhipaggam. He fought for the freedom of Saivam against the Jainism. Based on the belief in the concept that "each day is a good day", he did Navasakthi Homam and Vinayaka Pooja on the 15th day of Panguni and celebrated 10 days festival from the 16th day of Panguni at Thayamangalam. Pongal festival is being celebrated on the 7th day ( 22nd day of Panguni), Milk pot festival and Flower Pallakku on the Panguni 23rd day. The festival will be completed on 25th day of Panguni after celebrating Devasthana Theertha vari function
Inside the main temple, the 12 Jyotirlingas are seen along with Sri Vidyaganapathi, Sri Subrahmanya, Sri Kalabhairava, Sri Chandikeshwara, Ekadasha (11) Rudradevatas, Panchaloha Nataraja weighing around 1000 kg and the Divine Mother Shakti in the form of Sri Yantra. Of these Twelve Jyotirlingas, the Omkareshwara Jyotirlinga measuring around 6 Feet in height, is at the centre of the temple, encircled by the other Eleven Jyotirlingas. Omkareshwara Jyotirlinga is the main Jyotirlinga of this temple. In this Sri Dwadasha Jyothirlinga Devasthana all the 12 Jyothirlingas are along with the Shakthi in the form of Sri Yantras. The Spatika Sri Yantra is in the Omkareswara Jyothirlinga and in the remaining 11 jyothirlingas Panchaloha Sri Yantras are there. All the 12 Jyotirlingas face east.