Every year the amazing festival Laksha Deepotsava is celebrated at Sri Ranganatha temple in Srirangapatna, Karnataka.

Every year in the month of January on Makara Sankranthi, the day marks the transition of the Sun into Makar Rasi (Capricorn) on its celestial path. Traditionally, this has been also one of many harvest days in India.

Locally, in the temple town of Sri Rangapatna, the devotees take the opportunity to offer 100,000 lamps to the presiding deity of Sri Ranganatha. Thus, offering their gratitude in the best possible way.

Sri Ranganatha Temple in Srirangapatna
Sri Ranganatha Temple in Srirangapatna
Sri Ranganatha Temple Gopuram
Sri Ranganatha Temple Gopuram
Devotees offering Lamps at Sriranganatha Temple
Devotees offering Lamps at Sriranganatha Temple
Lamp Decoration at Sri Ranganatha Temple
Lamp Decoration at Sri Ranganatha Temple
Devotees offering Lamps at Sriranganatha Temple
Devotees offering Lamps at Sriranganatha Temple
Lamp Decoration at Sri Ranganatha Temple
Lamp Decoration at Sri Ranganatha Temple
Laksha Deepotsava festival in Srirangapatna
Laksha Deepotsava festival in Srirangapatna

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