Lattitude: 9.945198, Longitude: 76.342088

Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple, Ernakulam

This temple is built in a traditional Kerala style of architecture with copper plates, wooden panels, and granite tiles. Lord Vishnu seated on the serpent god Ananthan is the presiding deity here, and is worshiped as Santhaana Gopaala Moorthy (Saviour of infants).

The sidewalls of the sanctum sanctorum are heavily decked with large brass sheets and statutes of gods and goddesses, while the roof is plated with copper sheets. The entrances are majestically covered with gold sheets. The two-storeyed gopuram (temple tower) consists of a mandapam (pavilion) that is supported by eight wooden pillars that carry intricate carvings.

The temple is situated in Tripunithura, the capital of the former Kingdom of Cochin, in Kochi , Ernakulam, Kerala. The Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple attracts pilgrims and art lovers alike.

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Vishnu Temples

Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple, Ernakulam

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