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EP : 21 08 15
Thrikkakara Temple is one of the few temples in India dedicated to Lord Vamana the fifth incarnation of Lord Vishnu. It is situated in Thrikkakara, 2 kilometers east of Idapally near Cochi. The name Thrikkakkara means the holy place where Lord placed His foot. Thiru-kal-kari later became Thrikkakara

The legend is closely linked with the story of Mahabali and Lord Vishnu's Vamana or Trivikrama incarnation. Mahabali was an efficient and popular Asura king. His kingdom stretched the earth, the patala (the underground), and was threatening the skies. The gods (suras) grew worried of Mahabali's rule and popularity. Vishnu, in his avatar as Vamana, asked Mahabali for a piece of land only three paces wide. Bali, ever the generous king, granted this wish, whereupon Vamana grew to an immense size and covered the heavens with one step and the earth with another. There was no space left for Vamana to measure his third pace. "Where is my third foot of space?" asked Vamana. Tricked by this deceit, but as one who would never go back on his promises. Mahabali offered his own head for Vamana to place his third step. These events were happened at this place. As he was pushed down into Suthala, King Bali made a last request. He requested that he be allowed to visit Kerala once in a year to ensure that his people were still happy, well fed and content. Lord Vishnu was pleased to grant Mahabali his wish. Mahabali comes to visit his people and his land during Onam. This is the legend behind the Onam festival. Another legend associated with this temple is that Kapila maharshi did penance here and Vishnu pleased with the rishi’s penance appeared before the rishi. At the behest of the rishi, Vishnu decided to stay in this place.
The word “Udayamritham” literally means ‘positive messages of the early morning’. It is believed that if a person is exposed to positive thoughts and images in the early morning, then the whole day would turn out to be a happy and positive one for him. The show starts with showing the details of the day like which Malayalam year and date it is (Kolla Varsham), time of sunrise and sunset, nakshatra etc. and also reminds us of a positive thing/birth of a great person that happened years ago on that particular day. It also gives snippets on Indian art & culture, Sanskrit slokas, talk on healthy lifestyle, Sri Mata Amritanandamayi Devi’s messages and origin & history of one place of worship. This programme has been aired daily since Amrita TV’s inception and it has been bestowed with multiple State TV Awards for excellence.

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