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Shri Gopalakrishna Temple, an enchanting beautiful and unique temple situated on the coast of North Kerala was consecrated on the 9th of January 2012 by the divine hands and blessings of H.H. Shrimad Samyameendra Theertha Swamiji, pattashishya...more
I’m from the neighboring state of Karnataka and visited this temple recently. The temple is clean and most importantly the environment inside is peaceful and serene. The main deity here is Lord Gopalakrishna and the idol is magnificent! How they got the idol into the...More
A wonderful place of attraction in Nileshwar.The temple is located in Perol,Nileswaram about 14 kms from Kanhangad on Edapally-Panvel highway.History of this temple dates back to more than 400 years ago when the original temple was destroyed.After several prayers,a new temple came up and is...More
This temple is a hidden gem which is located approximately 3KMs inside Nileshwar town from the main highway. The idol of Lord Krishna is carved from a single stone weighing more than a ton, at a height of approximately 6 feet. The legend goes that...More
when i went to the temple,i really feeling good,feeling peace.i really inspired from the structure of the temple.and their members and priest are really helpfull and friendly.this place is really good.
It was such a beautiful experience to finally visit the Gopalakrishna in all his unadorned glory, I say unadorned because the idol of the temple is breathtaking without any additional decorations, the 5'6" idol itself is enough to capture your mind and hold you there....More
Most beautiful temple with beautiful lord Gopalakrishna with its unique sculpture,followed by other beautiful devthas in the temple circle.A serene and calmful , powerful surroundings.Every visit to this temple has got be most beautiful positive vibrations and blessings from the Almighty.And the yearly Vardanthi celebration...More