Brahmothsava at Yellur Vishweshwara Temple, Udupi

Yellur Vishweshwara Temple 1

Yellur Vishweshwara Temple 1

Mahathobhara Yelluru Shree Vishweshwara Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishweshwara (Shiva) in the Yellur village of Udupi district in the state of Karnataka, India. The temple is known from time immemorial as the divine place of Swayambhu Saannidhya. Devotees here pay their respect to Lord Vishweshwara by offering tender coconut Abhishekham, lit oil lamps and gold coins (pawan). It is believed that the Lord will grant all their prayers. The story goes that the Lord Ullaya got pleased with the penance observed by a devotee who belonged to the Kunda Hegde family and as result he descended from Kashi to Yelluru.

Vishweshwara Brahmothsavam is one of the biggest festivals celebrated at this temple. In 2022, Yellur Vishweshwara Temple Brahmotsavam begins on 6 April and ends on 20 April as per the official website of the temple.

The temple that belongs to the Maagane that comprises Nandikooru (Adve, Ulluru, Kolachuru), Kalathuru, Kutyaru, Padooru, Belapu and Kunjoor, has a rich and divine history of over 1,000 years.

The architecture of the temple is unique and considered a classic one in the view of the Tantragama experts. The age-old temple has been considered as the perfect and unique model of the Devaayathana style of architecture.

The temple has been renovated from scratch and was inaugurated in grand functions lasting from 4 March 2009 to 12 March 2009.

Yellur Vishweshwara Temple Sthala Purana | History, Legend, Story of Yelluru Temple

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