Sri Someshwara and Sri Janardhanaswamy temple are 14th century temples in Keresanthe village, Chikkamagaluru, Karnataka. Shramadaana was done in both these temples on 14th Jan 2018 by Kshetrapalas team. Currently Phase 2 Fundrising activities have started for Moorthi Sthapana for Someshwara and Janardhanaswamy temples.
Project A: Moorthi Sthapana for Someshwara temple:
Moorthi Sthapana and Pranaprathista of Someshwaraswamy, Devi, Ganesha and Nandi.
The Moola Moorthi of Janardhana Swamy is currently placed in nearby Sri Mahalakshmi temple which needs to be relocated to its original place for regular pooja to start. Pranaprathista of Janardhanaswamy.
Phase 2 Fundrising activities for Moorthi sthapana of Someshwara and Janardhanaswamy temples
Total requirement: INR 1.5 LakhsOrganization Name :
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