Guruvayur Temple has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Aalayam Kanden (Temples I saw)' where it has less than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Guruvayur Temple had the highest popularity figure in September, 2016.
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[...] devotees that the lotus blooms used in all major temples across the state, including Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple, Sabarimala, Kodungalloor Bhagavathy Temple, Paramekkavu Bhagavathi Temple, Thriprayar [...]
[...] and it is Vinay Forrt. The actor is preparing for his marriage, which would take place at Guruvayoor Temple on December 6th. The bride is Soumya Ravi and it will be a love-cum-arranged marriage. Vinay [...]
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[...] pranas or important breaths are what sustain the body and build it performs properly. Guruvayur Sri Krishna Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Krishna (avatar of the god Vishnu), placed in [...]
[...] tasks of protecting all lives on the universe. At that time, Lord Brahma advised him to go to Bhooloka and worship Lord Shiva with sandal leaves and pray to him to help bring back Goddess Lakshmi to [...]
[...] Moorthis at the temple: There are three temples in this area that denote Kailasa, Shivaloka and Bhooloka, the three places where Lord Shiva is worshipped. Apart from the Kailasanatha temple, the [...]
[...] performance, the idol of Krishna was moved to dance by the brilliance of the performance. Guruvayoor Temple has the unique distinction of owning the largest number of elephants. The best time to visit [...]
[...] Paksha Ekadasi in the Mandala Season is celebrated with Great Devotion in Guruvayoor - The Guruvayoor Temple will be open from 3 am on Dasami to 9 am on Dwadasi - There will be continuous Darshan on [...]