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Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple
                                     

★ Aranmula Parthasarathy Temple

In Aranmula Parthasarathy temple is one of the "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars located near Aranmula, a village in Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, South India. Built in Kerala style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil Canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th–9th centuries ad. This is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Krishna, avatar of Vishnu, who is worshipped as Parthasarathy. The nearest railway station to the temple is Chengannur and the nearest airport is Trivandrum.

Parthasarathy is another name of kṛṣṇa on account of his role Arjunas charioteer in the Mahabharata war. This is one of the most important Krishna temples in Kerala, the rest in the temple of Guruvayur, Trichambaram temple, Tiruvarppu and Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna in guruvayur. He is one of the five ancient shrines in the Chengannur area of Kerala, connected with the legend of the Mahabharata, where the five Pandavas are believed to have built one temple each, Thrichittatt Maha Vishnu temple Yudhishthira, Puliyūr Mahavishnu temple Bhima, Arjuna, Aranmula, Thiruvanvandoor Mahavishnu temple, Nakula and Sahadeva Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu temple.

Sacred stone called the Thiruvabharanam of the worshipers yappy taken in procession to Sabarimala each year from Pandalam, and Aranmula Temple is one of the stops on the way. Also, the thanka Anki, Golden attire Ayyappa, donated by the king of Travancore, is stored here and taken to Sabarimala during the mandala season the end of December. Aranmula is also famous for the snake boat race held every year during the time of Onam related legends of the mahābhārata. The temple has four towers over the entrance on its outer wall. The Eastern tower is accessed via a flight of 18 steps and the North entrance of the tower via a flight of 57 steps to the river Pampa. It is believed that Dushasana-the Keeper of the East Gopuram of the temple. The temples, and the paintings on its walls, built in the early 18th century.

The temple is open from 4 am to 11:00 am and 5 PM to 8 PM and is run by the Travancore Devaswom Board government of Kerala.

                                     

1. Legend. (Легенда)

This is one of the five ancient shrines in the Chengannur area of Kerala, connected with the legend of Mahabharata. Legend has it that the princes of the Pandavas, after the coronation of Parikshit as king of Hastinapura, went on a pilgrimage. Upon arrival at the banks of the river Pamba, each is believed to have established guarding the image of Krishna, Thrichittatt Maha Vishnu temple Yudhishthira, Puliyūr Mahavishnu temple Bhima, Arjuna, Aranmula, Thiruvanvandoor Mahavishnu temple, Nakula and Sahadeva Thrikodithanam Mahavishnu temple.

A picture of the temple brought on a raft of six pieces of bamboo to this site, hence the name "Aranmula" six pieces of bamboo. There is another story that says that he had brought on a raft of seven pieces of bamboo, of which sold on the spot, 2 km upstream from the current location of the temples on the banks of Pamba. This place is called "Mulavoor Kandava", which means "the river where a bamboo pole out". There are still descendants of the family of Ayurvedic physicians with a great origin, Mulavoor that name living there. According to another legend, the place got its name from the ARIN-villai, land near the river. Legend has it that Arjuna built this temple to atone for the sin that killed Karna on the battlefield, against the Dharma of killing an unarmed enemy. It is also believed that Vishnu is revealed the knowledge of creation to Brahma, from whom Madhukaitapa demons stole the Vedas.

There is another legend associated with Parthasarathy here. During the battle of Kurukshetra, Duryodhana was taunted Bheeshma not using his powers in the fight with the Pandavas. The sneer on Duryodhana, Bheeshma filled with rage. Bheeshma took a vow to fight with such ferocity, the day that Lord Krishna himself has to break his vow not to use weapons during the war in order to protect Arjuna. On the ninth day of the battle of Kurukshetra, the Kauravas reigned under the leadership of Bheeshma, when Krishna motivated Arjuna to take initiative and defeat the enemy. Bheeshma was unique with the help of celestial weapons in such a way that Arjuna could not withstand the onslaught. Arrow after arrow fired from a bow Bheeshmas struck the defense Arjuna and wounds on his body, penetrating his armor. String Arjunas bow Gandiva was photographed during the battle. Seeing the plight of Arjunas, Krishna jumped down in rage, took up his discus charging towards Bheeshma. Bheeshma was overflowing with joy and surrender to Lord Krishna. Meanwhile, Arjuna asks the Lord not to kill Bheeshma, as it would have been against Krishnas vow to take up arms in the battle. It is believed that this form of Krishna is enshrined here, with the disc. It symbolizes the act of the lords of compassion to both his devotees on both sides of the battle. Lord Krishna broke his promise to protect Arjuna and the promise that his ardent devotee Bheeshma did.

Lord Krishna, the presiding officer here in the form of Vishvarupa is considered the "Annadana Prabhu" the Lord gives food along with other temples like the Mahadev and prices Sabarimala. It is believed that those whose Annaprashana is performed in Aranmula Parthasarathy temple will never be affected from the pangs of poverty throughout their lives.

Aranmula mirror is also associated with the history of this temple. The king of Travancore wanted to give a crown made out of rare metals to the temple and he found a rare combination of copper and lead. It is believed traditionally that the preparation of metal polished mirrors were produced in the family. In modern times, the College of fine arts and began producing it on an industrial scale.

                                     

2. Architecture. (Архитектура)

The temple is built in the architectural style of Kerala, which is common in all temples in the South of India in Kerala in the Eastern axis. The temple has an elevated structure breaking flight of 20 steps. The temple has a two-story Gopuram or tower gateway to upper floor with wooden trails covering Kottupura hall drummers during festivals. Rectangular wall around the temple, kshetra-Madilluka pierced by gateways, covering all the shrines of the temple. Metal plated Dwajasthambam or flag pole is located axially in the Church tower leading to the Central sanctuary is Deepastamba that the light post. Chuttuambalam outdoor pavilion within the temple walls. The main Church and associated hall is a rectangular structure, called Nallambalam which columned halls and corridors. Between the entrance to the Nalambalam in the sanctuary there is a raised square platform under the morning Mandapa, which has a hipped roof. Thevrapura, the kitchen is used for cooking the offering to the deity is to the left of the morning Mandapa from the entrance. Balithara-altar is used for making a ritual offering demi-gods and festive deities. The Central temple is called Sreekovil houses the image of the deity, who was standing four-armed Vishnu worshipped as Parthasarathy. It is on an elevated platform with one door is a flight of five steps. Both sides of the door images of the gods of the guardian called the Dvarapalakas. According to the rituals of Kerala, only the chief priest and Thantri called the second priest is called only Melshanthi can log in Kovil Sri. The Central temple has a circular plan with the base is built of granite, the superstructure was built of laterite and conical roof made of terracotta tiles supported by a wooden structure from the inside. The lower half Kovil Sri consists of Foundation, pole, or wall, called stambha or bhithi the entablature under the name prasthara in the ratio 1:2:1, tall. Similarly, the upper half is divided in the neck, called "mane", the tower on the roof called the shikhara and conical kalasam copper in the same proportion. The roof projects at two levels, to protect the inner structure from heavy rains during monsoons. The roof of the temple and some of the posts luxurious wood and stucco carvings depicting various scenes from the ancient epics, Ramayana and Mahabharatha. The outer wall surrounding the sanctuary are a number of wood frame housing an array of lamps that are lit during the celebrations. In churches there are paintings on its walls, built in the early 18th century. The image of the deity is 6 feet, 1.8 m tall, making it the highest among the idols of all the temples of Krishna in Kerala. Krishna Vishvarupa is in position, one he shows to Arjuna during the Mahabharatha war. Thus, it is considered in a rigid form. According to one legend, Arjuna is believed to have built the temple in Nilakal Narayanapuram and later

                                     

3. Temple Aranmula Utsavam. (Храм Utsavam Аранмулы)

The annual Utsavam begins on Atham Nakshatra in the month of Makara, and concludes ten days later on Thiruvonam day. Ezhunellippu Garuda Vahanam is the main event during this ten-day festival. This event falls on the fifth day of annual festival and is also called Anchaam Purappadu. The deity is taken out of the Holy of holies, mounted on Garuda. It is believed that all 33 million gods and demi-gods present in the temple at that time, the witness Lord Krishna riding on his Vahan, Garuda.

                                     

4. Other Celebrations. (Других Торжеств)

According to Hindu legend, the Mahabharata Arjuna, one of the Pandavas came back with a picture of Krishna after he and penance. He was faced with a huge flood on the river Pamba. Poor low-caste Hindu helped him to cross the river on the raft made of six bamboo. It is believed that boat race Aranmula is celebrated annually on the river Pamba in honor of the poor Indian. The race will take place on the last day of Onam festival when snake boat about 100 feet 30 m with four helmsmen, 100 rowers and 25 singers to participate. Boats move in pairs to the rhythm of the music. After the water sports, there is a difficult feast in the temple Aranmula. The festival is the largest festival boat race held in Kerala and attended by thousands of visitors. The festival was largely religious in nature until 1978, when the government of Kerala has announced its athletic events, but in 2000, religious festivals were restored.

The Malayalam month of Meenam witnesses a festival where Aranmula Parthasarathy is taken in a Grand procession on the Garuda mount to the Pampa river Bank, where the image of the Bhagawati from the nearby temple Punnamthode brought in procession for the Arattu celebration.

Another festival celebrated here is Khandavanadahanam is celebrated in the Malayalam month Dhanus. For this festival, a replica of a forest is created in front of the temple with dried plants, leaves, and twigs. This fire is lit, symbolizes Khandavana forest fire of the Mahabharata.

The three heads of the Brahmin families in Aranmula and nearby Nedumprayar observe the tradition of fasting on Thiruvonam. The tradition reportedly goes back over two centuries. It is believed that one day a brahmin took a vow to feed one pilgrim every day. Pleased with his devotion, the deity appeared to him. Since then, the brahmin became very glad and he made it a custom to feed, to spend the holiday each year, which is practiced in our time. The festival is held after the race the boat.



                                     

5. Religious significance. (Религиозное значение)

The temple is revered in Nalayira Divya Prabandham, the 7th–9th century Vaishnava Canon, by Kulasekhara Alvar one anthem. The temple is classified as a Divyadesam, one of the 108 Vishnu temples that are mentioned in the book. Thirumangai Alvar has sung in honor of the Perumal in this temple with the eleven Pasurams, numbered in 2843-53. Thulabaram, practice weighing yourself from the material and donate it to the temple practiced here. The Vanni tree in the temple is believed to have medicinal values. The fruit of the tree Vanni also weighed in Thulabaram, and is also used for the treatment of diseases of the devotees. This is the place where Brahma is believed to have worshipped Vishnu to recover the Vedas from the two demons, Madhu and Kaitibha. The picture Parthasarathy, believed to have been installed by Arjuna. The temple is used for storage of valuables from the temple Sabarimala.

                                     

6. The administration of the temple. (Администрация храма)

The temple is open from 4 am to 11:00 am and 5 PM to 8 PM and is run by the Travancore Devaswom Board government of Kerala. The king of Travancore had kept the gold dress in the temple, offered Sabarimala Ayyapan. The practice of giving a Golden dress in temple Sabarimala annually by the Board.

                                     
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