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  1. This is truly Periyava’s blessings to have a darshan of all 5 on the auspicious day. Very nice painting by BN mama. Namaskarams.


  2. Very Nice and Thanks for sharing on the Jayanthi Occasion!! Maha Periyava Thiruvadi Charanam!!

  3. We Pray at the holy feet of our Acharyal and seek his blessings for a best future. Hara Hara Sankara Jaya Jaya Sankara.

  4. Mooka Panchashati is a devotional composition by Muka Kavi dedicated to Kamakshi. The real name of the poet is not known. Legend has it that he was born dumb but regained not only his voice by the grace of Goddess Kamakshi but also became a poet of considerable merit. Mooka Panchashati consists of five satakams, each Satakam containing 100 verses. The Satakams are Arya Satakam, Padaravinda Satakam, Stuti Satakam, Kataksha Satakam and Mandasmita Satakam.

    Goddess Kamakshi is the presiding deity of Kancheepuram. Her consort is Ekamreshwara, an aspect of Lord Shiva. Kanchi is the Central Peetham established by Aadi Shankaracharya who installed and consecrated the idol of Kamakshi and established the system of worship there. The other Peethams are at Badrinath in the North, Dwarka in theWest, Puri in the East and Sringeri (Sringa giri) in the South.

    मोहान्धकारनिवहं विनिहन्तुमीडे
    मूकात्मनामपि महाकवितावदान्यात् ।
    नेकाम्रनाथतरुणीकरुणावलोकान् ॥१॥

    I pray to the compassionate glances of the consort of Ekamranatha that they dispel the darkness of my delusion and attachment. Those glances are generous enough to make even those who are dumb great poets and are alive to the need for keeping Kanchi a cool place (i.e. happy and contented),

    There are no words to go deeper into the spontaneous pravaha of the great saint.

    We are feeling every glimse and presence of Mahaperiya “For those who fwwl one with Him know He is also one with every orher”

    Hara Hara Sankara Jaya Jaya Sankara

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