On the super-auspicious occasion of Panguni Uthiram (-The Hindu system – the star Uthiram falling on the Full Moon Day on the Hindu calendar month of Panguni), the divine marriage of the deity of the Lord Periyanayakar Somskandar was taken to the 3rd corridor of the temple in front of the temple flag and the […]
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Maha Deepam was lit in Om Arunachaleswarar Temple The Thiruvannamalai temple holds immense popularity for the Karthigai Deepam festival that began in the early hours today. The barani deepam was lighted inside the temple premises. Nearly 20 lakh devotees are awaited at the Thiruvannamalai to find the Maha Deepam that is lit on top of […]
The festival events on day # 2 of the grand Deepam festival at the Thiruvannamalai temple: On the 2nd day of the Deepam festival, a procession of the deities – the deity of Lord Arulmigu Chandrasekarar in the carriage of the Surya Prabhai (Sun God) and the deity of the Lord Vinayaka on the carriage […]
The divine procession of the deity of the Lord Periyanayakar on the carriage of Adhikara Nandi, the deity of His Concert Goddess Ambal in the carriage of Vellai Annam (Silver Swan), the deity of Lord Vinayaka in the carriage of silver mooshikam (silver mouse) and the deity of Lord Muruga in the carriage of peacock, […]
On the sacred occasion of the Aadi Pooram festival, a special theerthavari was performed at the 5th Corridor of the Thiruvannamalai temple at 11.00 AM in the Sivagangai pond. Earlier to the theerthavari function, the deity of Sri Parasakthi Amman was taken to the Thheerthavari Mandapam to offer Darshan to the devotees.
Following the recent celebration of Vinayaka Chathurthi, special abhishekhams were performed on Lord Sambandha Vinayakar in the Thiruvannamalai Lord Annamalaiyar Temple. The deity of the Lord Vinayaka in V/O.C. Nagar Vinayakar temple was taken on a procession on the streets on the divine carriage of palanquin made of pearls.
On the special occasion of the Aadi Krithigai, more than a thousand kavadis were taken on a procession from the Lord Arunachaleswara temple along the temple corridors.
Valaikappu festival performed on the deity of the Goddess Parasakthi Amman at the Valaikappu Mandapam at the famous Thiruvannamalai Lord Arunachaleswarar temple
Fire or Agni is the fourth element of the Panchabhutas. The essential character of Fire is to generate heat and according to Hindu Mythology, Agni is one of the Eight Guardians that guard our Universe and are known as Ashta Dikpalakas. As per Indian mythology, there are mentions of various types of fires. The four […]
[1of2_last]The Tamil Calendar month of Aadi is considered sacred in the Hindu Tradition. And when certain special stars or condition fall during this month, they are also celebrated with religious vigour – for example, Aadi New Moon Day (Amavasai) is considered to be sacred for paying obeisance to the departed ancestors. Similarly, when one of […]
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