Dhanwantari Temple along with Arogya Ganapathy is being established in the premises of Dhanwanthralaya.
Dhanwantari is the god of medicine and an avatar of Lord Vishnu. He, during the Samudramanthan arose from the Ocean of Milk with the nectar of immortality (Amritham)
Dhanwantari Jayanthi (Birthday of Dhanwantari) is being celebrated in India as National day. According to the ancient Sanskrit work Vishnudharamottara, Dhanwantari should usually be depicted with four hands, with one of them carrying Amrita, the ambrosia. Dhanwantari is depicted as Vishnu with four hands, holding Shankha, Chakra, Jalauka (leech) and a pot containing Amrita. He is often shown with a leech in his hand rather than the scriptures.
Some texts describe him as holding a conch, Amrita, medicinal herbs and a book of .
In Dhanwantari temple, statues of 18 siddhars who are very well known in the field of ancient medicine are also established.
✫ KUDAMBAI SIDDHAR
✫ PAMBATTI SIDDHAR