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|Proper name:||Lord Vilwadrinatha temple|
|Architecture and culture|
|Primary deity:||Rama and Lakshmana|
|Important festivals:||Ekadashi, Niramala|
The temple centuries ago had two Gopurams on its eastern and western entrances that were so tall that the lights lit at dusk on the top storeys of the two gateways were visible more than 40 kms away from the ancient Tirunavaya Temple.
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