Yellama Devi, Goddess Renuka Tak Pratima

Yellamma Temple, also known as Renuka Temple, is a temple of Goddess (Devi) Renuka, The deity in the temple is the goddess Yellamma or Ellama or Renuka.

A local priest explained that smearing oneself with vermillion and turmeric that is offered to the goddess, and making the bathe-and-dance procession is carried to fulfilment of wish and good health.

Historical evidence shows that Yellamma was a tribal deity of a food gathering nomadic community, whose members used to place a twig of neem leaves in the food basket to personify their goddess.

Dimension: 2.5 inches (H) x 2 inches (W)
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Yellamma Temple, also known as Renuka Temple, is a temple of Goddess (Devi) Renuka, The deity in the temple is the goddess Yellamma or Ellama or Renuka.

A local priest explained that smearing oneself with vermillion and turmeric that is offered to the goddess, and making the bathe-and-dance procession is carried to fulfilment of wish and good health.

Historical evidence shows that Yellamma was a tribal deity of a food gathering nomadic community, whose members used to place a twig of neem leaves in the food basket to personify their goddess.

Dimension: 2.5 inches (H) x 2 inches (W)
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Short Description Yellamma Temple, also known as Renuka Temple, is a temple of Goddess (Devi) Renuka, The deity in the temple is the goddess Yellamma or Ellama or Renuka.

A local priest explained that smearing oneself with vermillion and turmeric that is offered to the goddess, and making the bathe-and-dance procession is carried to fulfilment of wish and good health.

Historical evidence shows that Yellamma was a tribal deity of a food gathering nomadic community, whose members used to place a twig of neem leaves in the food basket to personify their goddess.

Dimension: 2.5 inches (H) x 2 inches (W)
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