PULLUKULANGARA SREE DHARMA SHASTHA TEMPLE
Temple located at Pullukulangara, Kandalloor near Kayamkulam city of Alappuzha district in Kerala. Sree Dharma Shasthavu worshipped here as main deity.
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About Temple

Realizing the exiting truth that Sree Ayyappa is the Incarnation or Avathar of Sree Dharmasastha, Raja of Kayamkulam constructed a beautiful temple in Pullukulangara, where Ayyappa addressed his countrymen and did the consecration on Utram star, which was the star of Ayyappa as well as the day on which the meeting was held with the countrymen. In the temple, he built the main Sanctom Sanctorum (Sreekovil) with the idol of Ayyappa or Sri Dharma Sastha, facing the East. In the South, facing North, Devi's Sanctom Sanctorum and in the Kanni Moola (South West corner), Lord Ganapathi , who is also called Vighneswara , Lord Mahadeva and Salagrama Vishnu . These idols were obtained from th bank of the temple pond for a Brahmin, which were the remainings of an ancient, ruined, temple, which was once there. These idols alongwith the Salagrama Vishnu, who was his Upasana Moorthy (Deity), were worshipped in the temple for hundreds of years, till the reconsecration, which was on July 5th, 1989.
After this, Lord Mahadeva was given a separate Sanctom Sactorum which is on the North East to the main temple, with another Sancom Sanctorum with Brahma Rakshas, just North to Lord Mahadeva. Naga Raja and Naga Yakshi Amma are placed in the extream North East (all the three facing the west) and Yakshi Amma in the North West, facing the East. Lord Ganapathy and Salagrama Vishnu are still inside, in their previous positions.

പുല്ലുകുളങ്ങര ശ്രീ ധർമ്മ ശാസ്താ ക്ഷേത്രം

കേരളത്തിലെ ആലപ്പുഴ ജില്ലയിലെ കായംകുളം നഗരത്തിനടുത്തുള്ള കണ്ടല്ലൂരിലെ പുല്ലുകുളങ്ങര എന്ന സ്ഥലത്താണ് ക്ഷേത്രം സ്ഥിതി ചെയ്യുന്നത്. ശ്രീ ധർമ്മ ശാസ്താവാണ് ഇവിaടുത്തെ പ്രധാന പ്രതിഷ്ഠ.

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