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Purattasi Pradosham

Pradosham performed at the famous Thiruvannamalai Arunachala temple,Here is the event pictures.

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Soorasmharam at Durgai Amman temple

The pictures you see here are the Soorasamharam event that took place of Kamakshi Amman Temple.

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Timings for October month Girivalam day

The 14 km-long Girivalam path around the Arunachala hill in Tiruvannamalai district that is treaded by lakhs of devotees every month, including on full moon days and on Karthigai Deepam festival is very famous.

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Alankaram on the 9th day of Navaratri

On the 9th day of Navaratri, the Goddess looked stunning in an elaborate alankaram. Seen here are pictures of the Goddess.

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Alankaram on the 8th day of Navaratri

On the 8th day of Navaratri, the Goddess looked stunning in an elaborate alankaram. Seen here are pictures of the Goddess.

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Alankaram on the 7th day of Navaratri

The Goddess was beautifully decorated as Saraswati on the 7th day of Navaratri. Dressed in a white sari, she carried a veena and looked resplendent.

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Temple is an externalized aspect of faith, and it is a place to restore peace and harmony. What great seers have visualized has been made outwardly real in a temple.

This temple is safely edifice consecrated to the Lord of Light and other deities, built centuries ago at the foot of the hill to form the seat of worship.



Throughout the history of mankind spiritual giants have appeared on very rare occasions to exemplify the Highest Truth.



Ramana Maharishi was born on December 30, 1879, in a small village near Madurai in Tamilnadu.

 Venkataramana had his schooling in his native village and his high school education in Madurai.



Parvathamalai is located at Thenmahadevamangalam village which is about 20 kms off Polur. Polur is some 35 kms north of Thiru Annamalai (Arunachala).


Near 35 Km away from Thiruvannamalai on the east is a fort once ruled by Raja Desingh and his successors, and now in its irrecoverable ruins




12 / Dec / 2016



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