Sri Darma Muneeswaran Temple
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|Sri Darma Muneeswaran Temple|
|Location||Serangoon North Avenue 1|
This temple has been in existence at the present site for more than a century.
Inside the temple is a statue of Dharma Muneeswaran (a form of Shiva) and his consorts Vinayaka, Murugan, and Mariyamman. There are also small statues of Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, and Hanuman. The temple boasts the largest statue of Nāga in South East Asia. Hindus offer prayers and special pujas for the Kala Sarpa Dosha avoidance. The Navagraha sanctum is just behind the Naga statue.
The temple has completed its 12-year cycle of redevelopment and refurbishment works and the Maha Kumbabishegam (Consecration Ceremony) of the Temple and its Deities has been fixed for May 1, 2013.
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