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Moorusavira Math
 

Moorusavira Math is a religious center dedicated to the accomplishment of the universal good by fostering the growth of educational, social, religious, cultural and medical institutions. Built in 12th century, the monument comprise of the tomb of Shri Gurusiddeshwar Swamy, the founder member of the math. It is said that, during the Kalyan Revolutionistic period, Sri Channabasavanna (one of the most revered saints of the Lingayat faith) who was accompanied by 3,000 Shivasharanas (saints), halted here on their way to the pilgrimage center 'Ulavi'. On request of Channabasavanna, the saints reside there to spread the universal Gospel and he installed Shree Gurusiddheshwar as the head of three thousand Shivasharanas. In Kannda three thousand means 'mooru savira' and the place came to be known as Moorusavira Math. 


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