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Sabarimala

Description The shrine at Sabarimala is an ancient temple of Ayyappan also known as sasta and Dharmasasta.In the 12th century, Manikandan, a prince of Pandalam dynasty, meditated at Sabarimala temple and became one with the divine. Manikandan was an avatar of Ayyappan.Sabarimala is linked to pilgrimage predominantly undertaken by Hindus. Sabarimala pilgrims can be identified easily, as they wear black or blue dress. They do not shave until the completion of the pilgrimage, and smear Vibhuti or sandal paste on their forehead.
Genre Temple
District Pathanamthitta
State Karnataka
Rating 5 Out of 5
Distance Around  615 Kms
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