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anumanthapuram, akora veerabathrar temple


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#1    m namasivayam

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Posted 12 March 2012 - 02:24 AM

Anumanthapuram is a small and beautiful village near chengalpattu.
It is situated at a distance of 9 km from singaperumalkoil  towards east.
This village is famous for the rural deity Akora veerabathrar swamy temple
And  kaliamman temple. Besides these temples, there are small temples like mondi mariamman temple and ellai amman temple are there. This village attracts hundreds of devotees  on every fullmoon day. People stay at the temple premises during the night and for getting the blessings  from the deities to get rid of their physical as well as mental problems.
Mahasivaraththiri,karthigai deepam,chitra pournamy get festive look and people celebrate palkudam and fire walking with more enthusiastically. These temples are famous for the rituals and practices like  Sami attam,pei attam,alaku kuththuthal,arulvakku(oracle),kuri solluthal,pilli sooniam,thirushti kazhiththal etc.
I have visited about 15 times to this village and observe what is happening in and around the temple premises and took photos and videos.

http://akoraveerabathrar.blogspot.in/

http://anumanthapura...os.blogspot.in/

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 11:28 AM

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Posted 25 March 2012 - 11:52 AM

Its nice to see another religious/ cutural perspective on a board which is, perhaps understandably, dominated by a christian one. Like most westerners, I probably don't have much of a knowledge, let alone understanding, of the diversity and complexity of spiritual beiefs in  a country like India, where its history has created a huge range of cultural and spiritual forms in one modern nation state.

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Posted 26 March 2012 - 09:22 AM

View Postmuthuthevar namasivayam, on 25 March 2012 - 11:28 AM, said:

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Owwwww ! What ritual is this ? With ,they look like limes.I am not familiar with it.And the statue is a cow ...
This is southern India ?
I do not know of a cow god,just in general ,a cow is a form of devi.

What is this gods name ?

Kali is one of my patron goddesses. She is with me always.
I do pujas to Ganesh and go to ashram,at least once every couple of months.There is a Ganesh ashram near me,and a Kali ashram,not too far,but they are only open on Sundays.

This is my ashram
http://www.nyganeshtemple.org

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Posted 19 December 2013 - 04:53 AM

THIS RITUALISTIC OF THOUGHTS AND IDEAS IS NICE

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Posted 31 December 2013 - 08:34 PM

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