The worshipers of Lord Krishna, claim no allegiance to any particular religion, but only continue developing pure, unalloyed bhakti, love of God, through the practice of devotional service, bhakti-yoga. When this fully manifests as prema, such a pure relationship becomes so intense that there is no awareness of anything else. In this pure consciousness, there is no question of being Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Jewish, or being affected by any other distinction. There is only God and the lovers of God on the spiritual platform, all of whom are absorbed in sublime and boundlessly ecstatic, loving exchanges.
The Supreme is waiting for us to return to our spiritual position to engage in these spiritual activities. How long it takes for us to return to our spiritual home simply depends on how long we allow ourselves to be influenced or controlled by the material impulses and desires which bind us to this material existence. We should not feel that we are so sinful or fallen that we have no hope for developing our spiritual relationship with the Supreme, for He is always waiting for His lost servants. But we have to begin to show that we want to return to Him by rising above bodily identifications and realizing the science of the soul: our real identity.
The essence of this portal is pure spiritual identity and spiritual experience that we share with Lord Krishna, the only Supreme Being of this Universe. This spiritual identity is the underlying principle of unity amongst all living entities. Re-awakening this identity and love is the ultimate purpose of this portal. And this is most easily attained through the process of bhakti-yoga, the yoga of love of God.
Think him as Vishnu* while taking medicine,
As Janardhana while eating food,
As Padmanabha while in bed,
As Prajapathi at time of marriage,
As Chakra dhara while engaged in war,
As Trivikrama while on travel,
As Narayana on death bed,
As Sreedhara while meeting with the beloved,
As Govinda while tossing with bad dreams,
As Madhu sudhana while in trouble,
As Narasimha while in the forest,
As Jala Sayina while fire is ravaging,
As Varaha while struggling in water,
As Raghu nandana while lost in a mountain,
As Vamana while on the move,
And as Madhava while doing everything.
Kidangoor Subramanya Swami Temple is one of the biggest and ancient Subrahmanya temple in Kerala.It stands on the bank of Meenachil river by the Kidangoor – Manarcad road, one kilometer south of Kidangoor Junction in the Ettumanoor – Poonjar highway in Kottayam District of Kerala.
Kidangoor is historically one of the 64 villages of the Namboodiris established by Parasurama. It was the boundary of the Thekkumkur-Vadakkumkur Kingdoms. The 14 Brahmin families of Kidangur were the owners of this temple. Out of the 14 Brahmin families some did not have male discendents, so those who had male members became the sole owners of this temple even to the present day.
Lord Subrahmanya in this temple is famous as Thrukkidangoorappan. Parighapuresan is another name for the Lord because Kidangoor is also alled Parighapuram. Subrahmanya is worshipped in Brahmachari Bhava. Lord considers all women who enters in the temple as His mother (Goddess Sree Parvathy). When mother comes to see her son he has to bow and worship her by leaving the Sreekovil. In order to avoid this difficulty, women are not permitted to enter inside the nalambalam. They can worship the lord by entering into the Valiyambalam through Balikkalppura. When Lord Muruka comes out of the temple nalambalam during Utsavam for ezhunnallathu, pallivetta,sheeveli etc there is no restriction for women to worship Him.