27 temples for 27 stars

Thanks to Hubli Sri Ramaswamy mama for sharing this…..Good to know this…

27 Temples for the 27 Nakshatras – Click this to download



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  1. PLEASE SEE THIS SITE FOR EACH PADA OF A STAR THERE IS A SLOKA WHICH IS VERY USEFUL ENJOY

    http://srikaryam.com/En/Vsns/slokaandstar.aspx

    RANGAN kamalarangan@gmail.com

  2. Mahesh you are doing wonderful job by posting such information, but you should know that this blog is also viewed by Non-Tamilians & also Tamilians who cant read and write Tamil
    regards

    • I know. unfortunately I don’t have the time to translate…I mentioned this in the post too….

      • shankara i am blessed by your efforts and my sincere pranaams for the effort. most bhakthas ask for a translation from tamil script to English or their preferred language and with your permission i have a suggestion for small scripts they may be suggested to try google translation by just a copy paste effort just tried and it works not perfect though but very readable a small blessing is better than nothing at all mahaperiava sharanam

      • good idea….never thought about that…will try…

  3. Very useful information. Thanks for the update.

  4. Dear Mahesh
    I want to share with you one more information. In chennai Thriuvotriyur Vadivudaimman temple we can see the 27 Nakshatra devadhas seperate sanndhis.regards. Balasubramanian

  5. Dear Mahesh., Its very new to me and hope others also. Thanks a lot of very good information through this blog.Surely I will forward the same my well wishers and my spiritual friends.Warm regards Bala.

  6. Great details. Thanks. One thing coming to mind, in a recent interview of Illayaraja, he said when he met periyava he was explained in details by periyava about 27 stars and illayara said “…till date i did not know why periyava told mevabout the stars.

  7. If you look for Anusham (MahaPeriyava Star) — The name of Eswaran is “MahaLakshmiPoorshwarar” — Sarweswaran came as His mother.

    MahaPeriyava padham Saranam Saranam

  8. Very nice and informative. May the Lord Bless us all! Great service! Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara!

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