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Sri Siddalinga pontiff opined that the temples are the foundations of religious faith, Coorg
February 8th 2019
The lokarpanam of Sri Someshwara Temple, near Gajjehankodu village, built during Hoysala period, was formalized today in the presence of hundreds of devotees. The new temple was constructed at a cost of around Rs. 40 lakhs and was inaugurated by the younger Seer Sree Siddalingaswamiji of Tumkur Siddaganga Math. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Siddalingeswamiji said that temples are religious symbols and religious practices are essential today.
Speaking on the occasion, Arameri Kalancheri pontiff Shantamallikarjuna Swamiji, said the temples are a symbol of culture and is a reflection of human interiors. Even though science and technology continues, spiritual strait is evedent . He felt that society would only rise if there was spirituality with science.
Sri Mallikarjuna Swamiji of Arakalguda Sarpabhushana Math said that the principle of all religions is the same and must be fulfilled by good works. He said that life is liberated by religious works.
Shri Sadashiva Swamiji, the Kirikodli pontiff, opined that India is standing on a religious platform and we should safeguard the countryâ€™s culture and practices. The monasteries are peace giving asylum and we must maintain their sanctity.
Somwarpet's Virakth Mutt's seer presided over the program. Kallu Mutt;s Sri Mahaanth swamiji, Thorenur Mutt's Sri Mallesha swamiji, Manehalli Mutt's Sri Mahanta Shivalinga swamiji, Kallahalli Mutt's Sri Rudramuni swamiji, Muddinakatte Mutt's Siddalingashivacharya swamiji, Shidigalale Mutt's Immadi Shivalinga swamiji, GP president Diwakar, businessman Napanda Muthappa, temple committee president Vedantaiah, youth association president G R Prakash and others were present.
The donors who co-ordinated with the construction of the temple A M Nagesh of Bengaluru, Chandrashekhar of Koogekodi village, Hirigarje GS Umesh, Thatalli Sashikala Kantaraj, Gajjehanakodu village's Vageesh Dharmappa and businessman Napanda Muthappa were honored. District Sharan Sahitya Parishat President Mahesh anchored the function.
Maha Ganapati Pooja, Vaastu pooja, Dwarapooja, Punyaha, Naandi, Panchakalasa, Rakshabandhana, Ankurarohana, Navagraha, Mruthunjaya and Pancha Kalasa poojas wers held in the temple premises.
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