nainativu

Nainativu,Sri Lanka

Nainathivu or Nainatheevu (Tamil: நயினாதீவு), (also known as Manipallavam (Tamil: மணிபல்லவம்), or Nagadeepa (Sinhala: නාගදීපය)) is a small but notable island off the coast of Jaffna Peninsula in the Sri Lankan Tamil dominated Northern Province, Sri Lanka. The name of the island alludes to the folklore inhabitants, the Naga people. It is home to the Hindu shrine of Shree Nagapooshani…

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Sakthi Anklet Peeta Naina Tivu, Manipallavam Garuda Naga

Sakthi Anklet Peeta Naina Tivu, Manipallavam Garuda Naga

Referred to as Manipallavam, and conquered by ancient Tamil Knins of Sangam Period, has a Sakthi Peeta., the Peeta where the Devi’s Anklet fell.

This is a small Island in Jaffna, Sri Lanka.

Nagaphushani Amman

Devi’s Anklets are believed to have fallen here.

Nagapooshani Amman Temple

Nainativu Nagapooshani Amman

 Naina Tivu is a small but notable island off the coast of Jaffna Peninsula

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