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Adi Varaha Temple, Mathura The Deity in this temple is one of the oldest in Mathura. Lal means “red” and this Deity of Varaha is red in color.Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Saraswati Maharaja visited the Adi Varaha temple and his signature in one of the registers here is still preserved at this temple.When Lord Rama killed Ravana he installed Ravana's brother, Vibhishana, on the throne of Lanka. Rama said he did not want anything, except the Varaha Deity that was taken from the city of Indra. He carried the Deity back to Ayodhya and worshiped the Deity there for 110 years. In this temple is a beautiful white Deity of Varahadeva.When Shatrughna, Lord Rama’s brother, went to Mathura, to kill some demons, he brought this Deity with him and the Deity has been here ever since. Lord Varaha appeared as a giant boar to save the earth and to kill the demon Hiranyaksha, who was terrifying the universe.Sri Kurma, a Deity of Lord Vishnu in the form of a tortoise consists of two stones, about two feet long, emerging from the ground, which represent Sri Kurma’s head and body.The temple is located on the shore of Swatha Puskarini Lake.

The Deities in the temple at Azheekal were stolen in 1723 AD and could not be traced.

It is located in the Eastern group near the Jain temples.

According to the Archeological Department’s sign it dates from 1075 CE.

The Deity has the head and torso of Lord Vishnu and golden humanlike feet, but the priest can move the golden feet aside to expose the Lord’s fish tail.

MATSYA Lord Vishnu, in the form of Matsya, killed the rakshasa (demon) Somakudu here, and retrieved the Vedas from him.

The Deities in the temple at Azheekal were stolen in 1723 AD and could not be traced.

It is located in the Eastern group near the Jain temples.

According to the Archeological Department’s sign it dates from 1075 CE.

The Deity has the head and torso of Lord Vishnu and golden humanlike feet, but the priest can move the golden feet aside to expose the Lord’s fish tail.

MATSYA Lord Vishnu, in the form of Matsya, killed the rakshasa (demon) Somakudu here, and retrieved the Vedas from him.

Efforts were made to cast new idols in Panchaloha but were found defective.