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Kodi Bhairava Temple




Kodi Bhairava Temple is one of the temples in the compound of the Mysore Palace. The temple is known by this name as it is located on the weir of Devaraya Sagara, a dried-up tank popularly known as Doddakere. The temple enshrines the l m high idol of the four handed Lord Bhairava holding a trident, a drum, a skull and a sword. It is flanked on the left by the image of Bhadrakali, and on the right by a female chauri-bearer.



Updated on 7th June, 2005
District: Mysore
Location: Mysore    

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