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Tiruvannamalai Karthigai Deepam Festival 2013 – Day 3 Images

Arunachaleswarar Temple Tiruvannamalai – Karthigai Deepam Festival  2013 : Day 3 – (10.11.2013) Morning – Sri Chandrsekarar Bootha Vahanam – 1008 Sangabhishekam Evening – Simha Vahanam, Velli Anna Vahanam   Advertisements

Tiruvannamalai Karthigai Deepam Festival 2013 – Day 2 Images

Arunachaleswarar Temple Tiruvannamalai – Karthigai Deepam Festival  2013 : Day 2 – (09.11.2013) Morning – Sri Chandrasekarar in Suriya Prabha Vahanam (Sun) Evening – Velli Indira Vimanam

Tiruvannamalai Karthigai Deepam Festival 2013 – Day 1

Arunachaleswarar Temple Tiruvannamalai – Karthigai Deepam Festival  2013 : Day 1 – (08.11.2013) Morning – Panchamurthigal Velli (Silver) Vimanam Evening – Velli Adhikara Nandi, Velli Hamsa Vahanam

Karthigai Deepam Festival 2013 – Day 1

 Arunachaleswarar Temple Tiruvannamalai – Karthigai Deepam Festival  2013 : Day 1 – Flag Hosting (08.11.2013)

Rukku (Arunachaleswarar Temple Elephant)

 

Ancient Pictures of Arunchaleswarar Temple

Arunachaleswarar images | Karthigai Deepam

ON THE PRADAKSHINA OF THE HOLY HILL | Arunachaleswarar

The holy Arunachala is the primal, Adi Linga. The path around its base is the sacred Yoni. Pradakshina of the Hill is therefore pradakshina of the source of all Lingas! So one goes round keeping to the left-edge of the path. A mere step taken, confers the benefit of a Yaga, sacrifice; two steps, the […]

OFFERINGS TO ARUNACHALA | Arunachaleswarar Temple | Tiruvannamalai

NANDIKESVARA said to Markandeya: If one worships the Lord of Aruna with red flowers on Sunday he will prosper and gain sovereignty. He who worships with the kasturi pachai leaves on Monday will attain satyaloka. Worshipping of the Lord with white lotuses on Thursday results in the worshipper reaching jnanaloka. If one worships Arunachala on […]

THE ORIGIN OF ARUNACHALA | Arunachaleswarar Temple | Tiruvannamalai

  HERE at Arunachala, Siva shines forth as the Yogi Supreme, with his forehead smeared with three lines of sacred ashes and adorned by a patch of musk, clad in a loincloth, wearing a brilliant garland, the invincible serpent on his body and the crescent moon on his head. Vyasa said: The holy men of […]