Sree Guruvayurappan Temple (Narayan Mandir) located in South Calcutta at 3/1/1A, Nakuleswar Bhattacharjee Lane, Calcutta-700 026 which is very near to famous KALI TEMPLE of Kalight. The temple can be approached by 3 minutes walk from Kalighat Tram Depot towards East, and can also be approached from Manoharpukur Road as well as from Lake Market and Rash Behari Avenue.
Late Thirunamacharyyan Br. Sree Anjam Madhavan Nambudiri who through his inspiring and soul stirring Sapthaha Yagnams, finally culminated in the construction of this Temple. The Foundation Stone was laid by H.H Kanchi Sri. Jayendra Saraswathi Swamigal on 17th Jan. 1987. The Pratishta (Consecration) of Deities was performed at the auspicious Brahma Muhurtham on 31st January1995 (Thiruvonam star, 17th Makaram 1770) in the early hours, by Thantries of Guruvayur Sree Krishna Temple, Kerala, namely (Late) Chennas Divakaran Namboodiripad along with his son Thantri Acharyya Ratna Dr. P.C. Dinesan Namboodiripad, who is the present Thantri of this temple.
Construction of such a beautiful edifice would not have been possible but for the very sincere and hard work put in by all concerned. On behalf of the Managing Council, I would like put on record, our deep sense of gratitude to all those contributed their mite, physical, moral and financial, in this great and noble cause.
Now that the expansion/renovation work undertaken so far has been completed, the Managing Council is seized of the very important matter of creating a Corpus Fund in order to ensure that the future working of the Temple goes on smoothly and without any disruption, from the interest earned out of such a Corpus Fund. It may be mentioned here that the Daily Offerings are not sufficient to take care of the routine/regular maintenance expenses of the Temple.
We continue to seek the help of all the Well-wishers and devotees of the Lord by way of contribution to the proposed Corpus Fund.
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