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Periyalwar - Appodhaiku Ippodhe Sonen

Appodhaiku Ippodhe Sonen

Never think we can do anything during our last days as Periyalwar clearly explains how our body and mind would act during our last days. It all takes very small and easy steps, if followed would give us the Paramagati of we being under the divine Tiruvadi of Sarveswaran - Sriman Narayanan.

Tiruneermalai Temple

Sri Neervanna Perumal Temple

Sri Neervannaperumal Temple, Thiruneermalai is one among the 108 Divyadesams found in Chennai near Tambaram. In this Sthalam, the Perumal is found in various positions as Nindraan, Irunthaan, Kidanthaan and Nadanthaan Thirukkolam.

Sri Parthasarathy Swamy Temple

Sri Parthasarathy Temple

The Moolavar of this sthalam is Sri Venkata Krishnan. Along with Rukmani Piratiyar, He holds sword in one hand, Varadha Muthirai on the other hand and his brother Balaraman on his right, Sathaki on his left, son Prathyumnan, Grand son Aniruthan are also found near the Moolavar. This is one of the Sthalam where the Perumal shows his seva along with his three generations ...

Sri Krishnar's Prema Thathvam

Sri Krishnar's Prema Thathvam

"Prema" means the affinity, the love; Every Jeevathma has to have this attachment only towards the Paramathma but due to various karmas, the love towards the supremacy is not completely shown. There are so many incidents where great Aathmas have shown their complete affection and affinity towards Sri Krishnar, the ultimate supremacy ...

Sri Sudharsana Homam

Sri Sudharsana Homam

Sri Sudharsana Homam is considered to one among the greatest and sacred homams. This homam is done not only for a particular person's favour but also done for the peaceful life of this entire world against the evil. This homam is done towards Sri Chakkarathalwar, who is said to be the Hamsam of Sriman Narayanan.

Pandaripuram - Sri Pandarinathar Temple

Pandaripuram - Sri Pandarinathar Temple

The speciality of this sthalam is the position in which the perumal is found. His hands are placed in his hip and the expression of this posture explains that he is enjoying the Bhajans of his devotees.