Chottanikkara Bhagavathy temple is the most famous temple in kerala. Two main deities are presiding here which can be seen in Melekkavu and Keezkkavu. Rajarajeswari is presiding in Melkkavu. Keezhkkavu bhagavathy is badrakali in ugra form.

Other sub deities are Brahma, Shiva, Ganapathy, Muruga and Ayyappa.

Raja Rajeshwari is worshipped as Saraswathi in the morning, as Lakshmi in the afternoon and as Durga in the evening. Accordingly three different poojas are done during these three times for these three deities. The speciality is idol of the goddess is not fixed to the ground but mounted on sand. Deity is also known as Lakshmi Narayana because Lord Vishnu is seated on the same pedestal.

Large number of devotees comes to Keezhkkavu bhagavathy to get rid of evil spirit. There are several true examples and history that goddess here protects her devotees from all evil spirit and prayogas. Guruthy pooja is special here. It is said that devotees should first visit keezhkkavu and then visit Melakkavu. Lots of devotees comes for Bhajan (41 days Prayer). This temple will be packed with Samis during Sabarimala season, where almost all ayyappa swamis visits this temple.

After the Athazha pooja (main pooja in the evening), the chief priest of the principal deity comes to Kizhukkavu to perform the famous and great pooja “ValiyaGuruthy” (great Sacrifice). The Guruthy is prepared in 12 cauldrons (huge vessel) and is performed at about 8.45 p.m every night







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My latest visit to Guruvayur Temple in Kerala.

visit to Guruvayoor temple.
Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Krishna (an avatar of the god Vishnu), located in the town of Guruvayur in Kerala, India. It is one of the most important places of worship for Hindus of Kerala and is often referred to as “Bhuloka Vaikunta”[1] which translates to the “Holy Abode of Vishnu on Earth”.
The presiding deity of the Guruvayur Temple is Vishnu, worshipped in the form of Krishna. The central icon is a four-armed standing Krishna carrying the conch Panchajanya, the discus Sudarshana Chakra, the mace Kaumodaki and a lotus with a Holy basil garland. This image represents the majestic form of Vishnu as revealed to Krishna’s parents Vasudeva and Devaki around the time of Krishna’s birth; hence Guruvayur is also known as “Dwarka of South India”. He is currently worshipped according to routines laid down by Adi Shankara and later written formally in the Tantric way, the inter-religious spiritual movement that arose in medieval India, by Cennas Narayanan Nambudiri (born in 1427). The Cennas Nambudiris are the hereditary tantris (high priest) of the Guruvayur Temple.
The temple (puja) routines are strictly followed. The tantri is available full-time at the Temple to ensure this. The Melsanti (Chief Priest) enters the sanctum sanctorum in the morning and does not drink anything up to the completion of “noon worships” at 12:30 PM.
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my visit to Peruvanam Mahadev Temple,chepru,kerala.

visit to one of the oldest mahadev temple (2500 Years) Peruvanam Mahadev temple,kerala.

most powerful place,for connecting with Mahadev through naad personel experience,visited this place in April 2017 twice one on pradosh &other on Akshya Tritya day,i feel the presence of lord Shiva.Photo0126


my friend Beli Ram Sharma.





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Mangal Chandika Strotram.

Mangal Chandika stotram
This stotra is in Sanskrit. It is in Prakruti-Khanda from BrahmaVaivart Purana (Adhya 44/20-36). Mantra: This Stotra starts with a very important and pious Mantra of the Goddess. “Om hrim shrim klim sarvapoojye Devi mangal chandike aiem krum fat swavaha” Everybody is requested to chant/listen this mantra as many times as possible during the rest of the days of Navaratri to receive the blessings from the Goddess Devi Mangal Chandika. All desires of the devotee are fulfilled by chanting this mantra for 10 lakhs times. Dhyanam: Bhagavati Chandika looks of 16 years always and she is young forever. She is having a soft, tender and attractive body and her mind is filled with all the virtues. She is of a fair complexion and like a white Champa (Kind Of flower). Her bodily lustre is like lustre of thousand Moons. She is wearing the clothes and gem ornaments which are purified by fire. She is wearing garland of malika flower in her hairs. Her lips are red like the disc of the sun. Her teeth are very beautiful. Her mouth is like a lotus. She is having a sweet smile on her delighted face. Her both the eyes are attractive and are looking like a full bloomed blue lotus. Bhagavati Chandika gives wealth, money and property and she helps us to bear the worldly duties and obligations. O! Mune! Now listen I am telling you Mangal Chandika Stotram. God Shiva Said: Mother of the world, Bhagavati Mangal Chandika you are destroyer of all the difficulties and giver of happiness and blessings. Please help me. Please help me. You are very liberal in giving happiness and blessings. You are Harsha Mangal Chandika. You are Shubha. You are Mangal-Daksha. You are Shubha-Mangal-Chandika. You are Mangala. You are Mangalarha (Giver of blessings). You are also called as Sarva-Mangal-Mangala. O! Goddess, by nature you are helping good people. All people depend on you and surrender you for your blessings. O! Goddess, you are goddess of the planet Mangal (Mars). People should worship you on Tuesday. You are the Goddess of king Mangal who was from Manu-Vansha (family). You give the freedom from worldly bondage. By worshiping you on Tuesday. O! Goddess you are giver of blessings, happiness, wealth, property and everything desired. You are behind the cause (creation) of the world. You are beyond the Karm-Bhoga. God Shiva recited this stotra and worships the Goddess on Tuesday. Then God Shiva acquired the necessary power, energy and blessings from the Goddess Mangal-Chandika to destroy the demon Tripurasur. Anybody who listens/recites this stotra with devotion, concentration by worshiping the Goddess on every Tuesday receives blessings, happiness, wealth, property and everything desired.DSC00525

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Since Kundalini is the cosmic energy that originates downloadfrom the Supramental Consciousness, it is an omniscient force, which enables the Yoga practitioner to realize his true self.
In the Pranamayakosha or the energy body, there are 72,000 nadis. The 72,000 nadis spring from three basic nadis – the left, the right and the central – the Ida, Pingala, and Sushumna. The word “nadi” does not mean nerve. Nadis are pathways or channels of prana in the system. These 72,000 nadis don’t have a physical manifestation. In the sense, if you cut the body and look in, you will not find them. But as you become more aware, you will notice the energy is not moving at random, it is moving in established pathways. There are 72,000 different ways in which the energy or prana moves.
There is a close link between Kundalini and an intricate network of 72,000 Nadis, vein-like structures that exists in the whole of the human body. Three of these Nadis are like arterial ways that spiral upwards from the base of the spinal column all the way to the roof the brain, calledSahasrara. The middle artery, also considered the major pathway, is known as Sushumana. The other two arteries on either side ofSushumana are called Ida and Pingala. Six Chakras and three Granthis — consciousness centers or cosmic energy hubs are located vertically above one another at brief intervals in Sushumana.

Ida is the left channel. Ida is white, feminine, cold, represents the moon and is associated with the river Ganga (Ganges). Originating in Muladhara, Ida ends up in the left nostril.

Pingala is the right channel. Pingala is red, masculine, hot, represents the sun and is associated with the river Yamuna. Originating in Muladhara, Pingala ends up in the right nostril.

Sushumna is the central channel and is associated with the river Saraswati. Within the Sushumna nadi there are three more subtle channels: Vajra, Chitrini and Brahma nadi through which Kundalini moves upwards running up the body from just below Muladhara chakra to Sahasrara chakra at the crown of the head.

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my return journey from kamakhya to Delhi.


coming out from Madhav Temple in kamroop chetra.


coming out fromUmanand Bhairon temple.


At Guwahati Airport.


Inside the flight.



outside scene from Aircraft.


At International Airport, Delhi.





jai maa kamakhya shakti peeth,Bless All.

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Doing kanya pujan,at kama shakti peeth.



kanya pujan is must at kamakhya shakti peeth.



Doing puja with my Ardhangni,puja purohit shri mirnal sharma.


offering the vastra to Devi.


mala arpan to Devi.



Distributing food to kanyas.



jai maa kamakhya Devi.

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