Sub-Deities

The main Upadevathas in the temple premises are
Dharma Sastha


Dharma is the path towards liberation from the cycle of births and deaths. Artha (wealth or possession) and kama (instinctual desire) are the sights on both sides of this path.
Maha Ganapati


Ganesha is one of the most popular deities in Hindu Mythology and is also known as the The Lord of Beginnings, The Remover of Obstacles and Vakratunda.
Sri Durga


In Hinduism, the goddess Durga, also known as Shakti or Devi, is the protective mother of the universe. She is one of the faith's most popular deities, a protector of all that is good and harmonious in the world. Sitting astride a lion or tiger, the multi-limbed Durga battles the forces of evil in the world.
Nagaraja


Legends says that the nagas also carry the elixir of life and immortality. Devotees have great reverence for snake gods in India. In fact, it is seen as a sin to kill snakes. There is also a tradition of performing death ceremonies for snakes if they are killed accidently.
 

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