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My friend & I entered this mandir with peaceful intentions & to follow custom.
The counter we went to for information & help wanted to take 600 rupees for 'filming' without showing this on their board. We chose 'photography' for 250 & got a receipt,...More
The varkala (papanasam beach) is more famous than the temple. Although the name for the beach is due to the temple. There is a old story which talks about a pandya king who had been cursed with "Brahma Hatya Dosha", the ministers were worried and...More
This is one of the oldest temples in Kerala and is dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Before going to the beach, we went to have a darshan. The temple is not crowded. It would be good to visit in the early morning and then proceed to...More
Janardhanswamy Temple Varkala an ancient temple dating back to around 2000 years. It is located very close to the Varkala Beach in Thiruvananthapuram. The temple dedicated to Janardan Swami who is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu._The traditional Kerala Temple architecture with a...More
A visit to the picturesque Varkala beach near Trivandrum is never complete without a visit to the Sri Janardana Swamy Temple on the cliff. Accessible by Road, the temple has a tranquil atmosphere, giving a panoramic view of the sea on the western side and...More
I went to Janardhanaswami Temple. It is an ancient temple dating back to 2000 years. Varkala has been a Hindu pilgrimage site since the 12th Century. The Janardhana Temple was built during this period and many Hindus still visit the place till day, for this...More
This is very ancient temple of Lord Vishnu who is known as Janardana..10 minutes walk from the Beach..
Temple is located on the Hilltop.. There are two entrances for the temple.. You have to climb around 60 steps to go through the main entrance.. The...More
Always appreciate a visit to this temple. It's a good place to get out of constant beach scene. Excellent older architecture and use of building materials. Try to light as many candles as you can,leave donation of course. Enjoy