Uttara Guruvayurappan Temple

Address : Temple Complex, Sahakarita Marg, Pocket 3, Mayur Vihar, Delhi, 110091

District :  New Delhi

Phone : 011 2271 0305

Completed : 17 May 1983

Deity : Guruvayurappan (Krishna)

Famous For : Onam

Overview:

Uttara Guruvayurappan Temple (Hindi: उत्तर गुरुवायूरप्पन मंदिर, Malayalam: ഉത്തര ഗുരുവായൂരപ്പൻ ക്ഷേത്രം) is a Hindu Temple located at Mayur Vihar-I in Delhi. The temple is dedicated to Shri Krishna, who is worshiped as Guruvayurappan, the deity of the famous Sri Krishna Temple in Guruvayur town in the state of Kerala. The Temple was founded on 17 May 1983. This temple is most revered by the Malayali and Tamil communities in Delhi.
The temple complex was built on Kerala style of Architecture with two main gopurams at eastern and western sides. The sanctum sanctorum is separated into two chambers and houses the idols of Krishna and Bhagavati. Besides the main Krishna Temple, the complex contains small temples dedicated to Ganapati, Shiva and Ayyappa and a replica of Sarpa Kavu dedicated to Naga Devatas (snake deities).

Timing : 5:30 Am to 11 Am - 5:30 Pm to 8:30 Pm
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