Tsomoriri lake has been undoubtedly my favourite lake in ladakh everytime I go. I would recommend this place to everyone who is willing to go far away from leh city to se something spectacular and breathtaking. This lake changes colour every 15 mins even on a clear sunny day. One can easily find homestays for accommodation in korzok village. You will surely fall in love with this dream lake. 2 days spending around this massive lake is a must.
(P. S you can spot pashmina goats in and around this lake)
Tremenda situación en el sur de la India, principalmente en la zona de Kerala. Me solidarizo a la distancia y espero reciban la ayuda necesaria para poder sobrellevar esta catástrofe...allí donde están los más pobres y vulnerables la madre naturaleza castiga y quita lo poco que tienen...Qué tristeza ver estas imágenes! Fuente de las fotos: Rajesh Kumar Singh / Reuters #india#inundaciones#indiaphotos#indians#india#india_gram#indiaclicks TERRIBLE FLOODS IN SOUTH INDIA I hope you receive the necessary help to cope with this catastrophe...
The Gopuram of the UlagaLantha PerumAL at Tirukkovilur (birth place of Raja Raja Chola I). The 5th tallest Gopuram of any Hindu temple.
The temple plays a special part in Vaishnavism as it is where the first three Azhwars sang the first three Thiruvandadhis compiled in Nalayira Divya Prabandam, the Vaishnava canon. Thirumangai Azhwar, also revered the deity in his verses compiled in Nalayira Divya Prabandam.
The temple finds mention in Sangam literature in Tamil from 3rd BCE to 3rd centuries CE. Agananuru, Purananuru, Natrinai and Kurunthogai have mentioned about the temple.
Both Trivikrama and Venugopalaswamy at this temple are simply divine! The presiding deity, Ulagalantha Perumal (Trivikrama), has an imposing image made of Tharu wood with foot raised.
There are multiple inscriptions in the temple from Chola, Pandya and Vijayanagara Empire indicating donations to the temple.