Unseen Ganesha Rare Images

Unseen Ganesha Images. Here are some rare not so popular pictures of Lord Ganesh. Images include Lord Ganapathy with four heads, Ganesh with Muruga or Karthikeya in Lap, Standing idol of Ganesha decorated with ornaments and Vinayaka in Sandalwood or Chandana alankara.

ganesha with four heads

ganesha with karthikeya or Muruga in lap

ganesha sandalwood chanda alankara

ganesha standing decorated ornaments

Satyabhama Wife of Krishna

Satyabhama has always been regarded an important figure in folklore and Hindu mythology surrounding Lord Krishna. She was his third wife but his second most important queen. Her beauty, string-wiliness and devotion towards her husband are some of her most addressed traits. Sathyabhama was the daughter of the royal treasurer of Dwarka named Satrajit. She is regarded as the avatar of Bhudevi, the wife of Lord Vishnu.

Satyabhama Wife of Krishna

Satyabhama’s role in the killing of Narakasura

The present day Assam was known by the name Pragjothishya during Krishna’s time and a Danava tyrant Narakasura captured and ruled the place. After devoting several years in penance, he managed to satisfy Lord Brahma and was given a boon that no one, other than his mother, would be able to kill him. The tyrant grew extremely powerful and ravaged and destroyed the kingdom of the Gods, abducting as many 16000 women from Indra’s palace. When Indra took siege with Krishna and requested him to deal with the situation, Krishna besieged the city of Narakasura with the assistance of his vahana Garuda and Satyabhama. The fierce battle between Krishna and the demon reached its peak when Krishna got mildly hurt by the demon’s attacks. This made Satyabhama furious and launched counter attacks on the demon. She was the incarnation of Bhoomi goddess, the mother of Narakasura, it is she and Krishna who joined hands and combated the demon to death, freeing the 16, 000 women, whom Krishna later married to save them from being disgraced by society.

Thrikkannapuram Sree Krishna Temple Poozhikunnu

Thrikkannapuram Sree Krishna Temple near Poozhikunnu is an ancient Hindu temple in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. The temple is located at Thrikkannapuram, around 7 km Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple. Dedicated to Lord Krishna, this temple inner sanctum is round shaped and has sanctum walls has sculptures of the 10 Dasavataras of Mahavishnu.

Thrikkannapuram Sree Krishna Temple enshrines a small beautiful idol of Unnikannan in standing posture. The temple overlooks a Trikkannapuram river. Other deities worshiped include Lord Ganapathy, Devi, Nagaraja and Thumburan (Shiva).

Thrikkannapuram Sree Krishna Temple Poozhikunnu


Ashtami Rohini is the major festival celebrated in the temple. This year Sree Krishna Jayanti festival is from 5th to 10th September 2015. Vishu, Ramayana Masam, Vidyarambham, Navratri are other important festivals celebrated here.


The temple pooja timings are from 5.00 AM to 9.30 AM in the morning and 5.00 PM to 7.30 PM in the evening.

Contact Number

Office: +91 471 2495751
Administrator : +91 9048418796

How to Reach

The temple is 3 km from Pappanamcode and 2 km from Vellayani Junction. People coming from Thirumala, the temple is 6 km via Kunnapuzha road.

Radhe Krishna Variety Pictures

Here are some Radhe Krishna Variety Pictures and paintings. Images of Radha and Krishna is very much liked by devotees of all ages. Download Sri Krishna and Radha rare images.





Padmavathi Ammavari Temple Tiruchanur Tirupati

Padmavathi Temple in Tiruchanur is a Hindu temple located just 5 km from Tirupati in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Padmavathi or Alamelu or Alamelumanga, the divine consort of Sri Venkateshwara. The shrine is administered by Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams, is the most prominent shrine of Sri Padmavathi Ammavari.


The temple enshrines Padmavathi facing towards east. The goddess is regarded as an incarnation of Lakshmi Devi. Sri Krishna Swamy Temple and Sri Sundararaja Swamy Temple are two sub-shrines located inside the temple complex. Sundararajaswamy Temple enshrines Lord Vishnu as Varadaraja Swamy along with his consorts Sridevi and Bhudevi. Devotees can also have darshan of Lord Suryanarayana, whose shrine is located opposite to Padmasarovaram Temple Tank. A popular belief is that Suryanarayana deity was installed by Lord Venkateswara himself.

Goddess Padmavathi Ammavari Temple Tiruchanur Tirupati


Kartheeka Brahmotsavam (Karthika Festival) is the most important festival celebrated in the temple. Chakra Snanam will be held on the last day of the festival in Padmasarovaram Temple Tank - Panchami Theertham. It is believed that Goddess Padmavathi incarnated in the temple tank as golden padmam (Lotus flower) on Sukla Paksha Panchami day in this month.

Navarathri Festival (Dasara), Float festaival, Vasanthotsavam and Rathasapthami are other festivals celebrated.

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