The Uttara Guruvayurappan Temple is a Hindu temple located in the city of Delhi, India. This temple is dedicated to Lord Guruvayurappan, who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. The temple is renowned for its beautiful architecture and rich cultural heritage.
The temple was established in 1978 by the Kerala Cultural and Welfare Association, which aimed to promote the cultural heritage of Kerala in the national capital region. The temple is designed in the traditional Kerala style of architecture, with intricate wood carvings and beautiful murals depicting scenes from Hindu mythology.
The main deity of the temple is Lord Guruvayurappan, who is depicted in a beautiful idol made of black stone. The temple also houses idols of other Hindu gods and goddesses, including Lord Ganesha, Goddess Parvati, and Lord Ayyappa.
The temple is also known for its vibrant festivals and celebrations, which attract devotees from all over the country. The most significant festival celebrated at the Uttara Guruvayurappan Temple is the Guruvayur Ekadashi, which is celebrated with great fervor and devotion.
In addition to its religious and cultural significance, the Uttara Guruvayurappan Temple is also known for its social and charitable activities. The temple runs several programs aimed at promoting education, healthcare, and other social welfare initiatives in the local community.