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Keerthi Narayana Temple

Keerthi Narayana Temple is among the Pancha (five) Narayana shrines built by King Vishnu Vardhana, the ruler of the Hoysala Kingdom. It is located at Talakadu in Mysore District of Karnataka. Talakadu is about 60 km east of Mysore.

The temple is believed to have been built in 1117 AD. The sanctum of the temple enshrines the 9 ft tall image of Lord Vishnu with shankh, chakra and gadha.

Close to this temple is the famous Lakshmi Narayana Temple, where the God is seen having a balance and kundumani in his hands.

Updated on 5th September, 2014
District: Mysore
Location: Talakadu

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