Aprameya Swamy Temple

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Aprameya Swamy Temple
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Category Details
Religious Category Hindu
Sub Category Vaishnava
Deity Benne Krishna
Sect Vaishnava
Social Media
Contact
Primary Contact
Secondary Contact 9945995271
Mobile 9449886102
eMail
Street
Area Ramaprameyaswamy Temple
City Dodda Mallur
District Ramanagar
State Karnataka
Pincode 571501
Country
Center Timings
Open Hours - Morning 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Open Hours - Evening 4:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Facilities Available
Water Body
Parking Facility
Stay Devotees can stay in Dodda Mallur. There is a Sri Rama Temple Lodge available with free food.
  • Shivalli Restaurant
  • Hotel Mayura
  • Gokula Restourant
  • Hotel Lakshmi Venkateshwara
  • Hotel Ramya Darshin
Tags / Keywords Kanva River, Mallur, Malalur, Malavur, Ramaprameyaswamy Temple
Speciality Food
Online Donation Facility No

Also known as Ramaprameyaswamy Temple. Aprameya means supreme and immeasurable and as described in 12 chapters of Brahmanda Purana, the greatness of Aaprameya Swami is beyond comprehension and his compassion to all those who seek refuge at his lotus feet is boundless. These attributes were worshipped by Lord Rama during his exile to the forest and hence the deity is also praised as Sri Ramaprameya.

As a celebrated centre of Sri Vaishnavism, the temple observes Krishna Janmastami on a grand scale and the Puranas quote incidents of devotees ridding themselves of all their sins by making donations at the Kshetra on the auspiscious day.

Specialty of the Temple Seekers pray here for progeny and upon fulfillment, tie silver or brass or wooden cradles in the sanctum of Benne Krishna.


Major Festivals

Pictures of Aprameya Swamy Temple

Main Gopura

Source: http://karnatakatemples.kar.nic.in/homepage/index.jsp

Old Mandapa

Source: http://karnatakatemples.kar.nic.in/homepage/index.jsp

Bala Krishna with Cradels

This is where Devotees pray for having children. Once their prayers are answered they tie a cradel to the pillar. Source: http://karnatakatemples.kar.nic.in/homepage/index.jsp

Deity Aravindavalli


Videos of Aprameya Swamy Temple

Courtesy : SSM Temples - YouTube

Courtesy : TV9 - YouTube