Pushpa Alankaram for Bhoolokha Chakravarthi

I was taught by Gatam Sri Subash mama not to call these as photos – they are Periyavas – not photos! However, while writing sometimes it could get confusing and also old habit….Sorry mama!!!

This photo has an importance. Periyava’s meela-adimai Sri Pradosham Mama once wanted to offer maximum flower decoration to Mahaperiyava and spent quite some effort to do this and pleaded to Mahaperiyava to sit on this and adorn all these. He gladly accepted and gave this prathyega pose for camera. He has a mudra on His hand, that is considered auspicious to bring all the luck and blessings. This is reasonably a high-resolution image. This is a very popular among Sri Pradosham mama devotees.

Jaya Jaya Shankara Hara Hara Shankara

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9 replies

  1. Sri MahaPeriyava Thiru Paadam Sharanam, Hara Hara Sankara

  2. Amazing. Reminds me similar anecdotes from SaiSatcharita where devotees used to dress up Shridi Sai Baba and then admire the results of their handiwork on Baba. Baba apparently used to sit patiently during these exercises.
    MahaPeriyava Paadam Sharanam.

  3. Hi, I am Sivakumar from Coimbatore. I need Periyava Photo for my pooja.I tried all the shops and could not get one. Searched Google and could not get a high resolution pic. If anyone have Periyava photo, please send it to me i will pay for it… Hope periyava would show his grace in getting him to my home…

    • Please print this image and keep it for your puja. I printed this to a larger size only yesterday – it came out well. In addition to this, there are lots of photos in this blog….go to “photos” section and search.

  4. Thanks a lo for posting this very auspicious Photo of MahaPeriyava

  5. Magnificent picture. Grateful to Pradosham Mama and to you Sir for arranging this.

    Balasubramanian NR

  6. No words to comment we will follow saints priciples jaya jaya Shankara HaraHara Shankara

  7. Unbelievable..yesterday night I was searching for a good Periyava image with white background for painting. On Sunday morning, I am opening the site to see this Periyava. Hope with Periyava’s blessings I should be able to do this.

  8. Pushpa Alankaarap Periyava! Namaskaarams to Pradosham Mama in enabling this Dharshan! Jaya Jaya Shankara, Hara Hara Shankara!

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