Sringeri Saradha Peetam Temple, Tamil Nadu

Sringeri Saradha Peetam Temple

Established in the 8th century, Sringeri Saradha Peetam Temple is a monastery that was created by Adi Shankara. With its head quarters in Sringeri, this place is regarded as an important Advaita Mathas for Hindus. Different branches of this temple are located in various cities of India and abroad.

The presiding deity of this temple is Goddess Sharada, who is considered as the divinity of supreme knowledge. Idol of the goddess is made of gold and is believed to be present from the time of Jagadguru Vidyaranya Swaminaha.

Tourists as well as local residents visit this temple to seek blessings of the Goddess Sharada. People bring along their children, so that the goddess will bless them and they will excel in their respective fields. On different festivals large numbers of devotees throngs the temple to offer their prayers. History lovers also like to visit this monument to get a glimpse of the rich heritage of the place.

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