Temples in Goa - Sri Nagesh Maharudra Samsthan is one of the few temples, which was not affected by Portuguese ill treatment and remains at its original place. The temple was constructed in 1780 AD.
The affiliated deities of the temple are Sri Laxmi Narayan, Sri Ganapati, Ravalnath and Betal.
Other temples associated with the Samsthan are Goddess Karado and Purvachari.
The annual jatra of the temple is held in the month of Chaitra during Ramanavami.
Shivaratri is also celebrated with Rathotsava on Magha Amavasya (next day).
The temple has Agrashalas with well-equipped rooms and halls for wedding purposes.
Religious Places in Goa - The Talai or the water tank is famous in Goa for its crystal clear water throughout the year.
The temple has a gallery on both sides that contains exquisite specimens of intricate woodcarvings of the events of Ramayana on one side and wooden images of Astadikpal and Gandharva on the other.
The history of the earliest known temples in Goa dates back to over a thousand years.
The fundamental design of the temples of Goa are in essence like most Hindu temples in India, organized around the central shrine or the Garbagriha or the sanctum sanctorum that is home to the main deity.
The pyramidal shaped tower or the traditional Shikara arises from the main shrine.
Generally, there are two or more smaller shrines housing other deities known as Parivar Devatas around the entrance to the Garbagriha.
The major temples in Goa are Shri Nagesh at Bandora, Shri Bhagavati Temple, Shri Mangueshi Temple, Shri Shantadurga Temple, Shri Mahalaxmi at Bandora, Shri Mahalsa at Mardol, and Shri Chandranath at Quepem.
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