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Plea to preserve Sree Poornathrayeesa’s caparisons gets stronger -Haindavakeralam

  Devotees’ plea to protect the golden caparisons used for the idol carrying elephant of Lord Poornathrayeesa during the annual festival and during other special occasions get stronger as the Devaswom moves at a steadier pace to get it renovated. The governing body of the temple, the Cochin Devaswom Board and the Sree Poornathrayeesa Seva

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Supreme Court reports

http://m.jagran.com/news/national-kochi-royal-family-knocked-supreme-court-after-high-court-order-on-headgear-14057846.html गजराज का सिरताज बचाने के लिए कोच्ची राजघराना पहुंचा सुप्रीमकोर्ट गजराज का प्राचीन सिरताज (मुकुट (हेडगियर)) बचाने के लिए कोच्चि राजघराना सुप्रीमकोर्ट पहुंचा है। राजघराने ने सुप्रीमकोर्ट में याचिका दाखिल कर सत्रहवीं शताब्दी के गजराज के प्राचीन सिरताज को गलाने और उसकी जगह नया सिरताज तैयार करने के हाईकोर्ट के आदेश पर रोक लगाने

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`Thanthri’ sees CDB conspiracy – Alleges That Board Was Involved InMelting Caparison

    With the next hearing of the ongoing legal battle at Supreme Court over the melting of the century-old caparison of Tripunithura Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple slated for late September, the temple `thanthri’ (priest) has alleged that the Cochin Devaswom Board (CDB) was involved in the `conspiracy’ to melt the old caparison along with scrap to

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POORNATHRAYEESA TEMPLE – Court wants Tantri’s opinion on gold transfer

The Kerala high court has directed that the opinion of the `tantri’ of Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple at Tripunithura should be ascertained regarding Cochin Devaswom Board’s move to transfer gold ornaments at the temple to the board’s head office at Thrissur.A division bench led by justice Thottathil B Radhakrishnan directed for obtaining the opinion of the

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Conspiracy to Destroy Antique and Uniquely Designed Traditional Golden Head Gear in Sree Poornathrayeesha Temple

Tripunithura Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple is unique in the history of India because there were 15 golden headgears, whose antiquity is more than 400 years.   The erstwhile Maharaja of Kochi had donated 14 of them to the British to build the railway line to Kochi, in Kerala a century ago. This well accepted history is

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