The Kochadaiiyaan Full Movie Hindi Dubbed Hd Download
Kochadaiiyaan gives birth to a child, Rana Boy, who grows up to be a great warrior, fights and redeems the kingdom that is rightfully his. A later legend says that his mother remained barren, but one night the goddess Kali herself was taken away from the temple of Rana, and his father, wishing that Rana did not shoulder the burden of government, blessed him. Rana had a wife who bore him a son, whom his father called Sahepa, “Boy with a name.” The small remains of this infant, often called Seshambha in childhood, when everyone still called him Obidase Masaea Timu Temu Gomela, were found in the mountain on top of which the ancient people built their temples.
II The child of Deepa, who founded the temple of Rana.
Not far from the city of Nukulukumaran, there is a place that has been sacred to all gods since time immemorial, as well as to those who live in caves. Legend has it that if you are there when night falls, you will feel the presence of the god Ming, who will come to you and take you with him. From now on, the water of your sacred lake will be filled with pure power, and from then on, no bathing there will be without result. The mountain, from which the water of the sacred temple comes, is literally a few kilometers from the nearest city. And it is in this place, on a small peak, that there is a wonderful place where thousands of people gather in the evenings to show the wonders of their skills: artists, dancers and jugglers, magicians and acrobats, and, of course, thousands of well-fed elephants.
III Temple in the mountain rock.
Bharatpur has just celebrated its founding and thousands of people have made a pilgrimage to the city of Dhanowara to worship the deity Gomukha, who represents the image of a child in the forehead of the god Vishnu. The city itself, with its monuments and its great temples, nestled in fertile valleys, is divided among three ancient cities: Bhagavanda, Khudyapura and Rajpathan. Bhagayujhan is the largest and most famous city. All the houses here were built of stone and cedar.
IV Potala Temple.
Within this mountain are three palaces: the Royal Palace (Lekhighal), which was built in the seventeenth century; Potala palace which would