Thiruvanthipuram Temple

Devanathaswamy temple (also called Thiruvahintrapuram Kovil) in Thiruvanthipuram, a village in the outskirts of Cuddalore in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. There is a separate shrine atop a small hillock here for Lord Lakshmi Hayagriva, the horse-faced avatar of Lord Vishnu. The temple is the only historical temple in South India to have a shrine of Lord Lakshmi Hayagriva.

Hayagriva restoring Vedas to Brahma (Source: Wikipedia)
Staircase leading to the Outshadagiri Hill
Staircase leading to the Outshadagiri, a small hill, which houses the temple of Sri Lakshmi Hayagriva swamy


Sri Lakshmi Hayagreeva
Sri Lakshmi Hayagreeva. Pic Courtesy: Thiru Vainadeyan Venugopal.

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