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I went to Munnesvaram Temple while staying nearby for a wedding.
I would certainly not recommend you to travel all the way for this temple, but if you are in the area, pay a quick visit just for the historical value. Sadly, the temple is...More
Muneshwaram is the first of Sri Lanka's five sacred Shiva Temples (Panch Ishwarams) - the most ancient temples on the island. As such it is of historical interest, and is a colorful place of worship and celebration for Hindus.
This is place of worship. Blood offering is done to the god Kaliamma. People sacrifice goats or chicken. Some offer fruits & make vows. There are 2 places close by where devotees go to. There is a lot of noise & chanting at the temple.
it's a colorful construction temple, on the wall painted white color, and dressed with pink, quite different from others. maybe that's the hinduism style. however, when you pass by, take sonetime to look it, you wull get something special
The is an important regional Hindu temple. It said to have been in existence at this site for over a 1000 years. It is dedicated to Shiva in the central temple, but there are 4 other temples within the complex.
The images on the wall,...More