Pradishta of ascetic Mahaperiavaa deity in meditating form

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Pradishta of ascetic Maha Periavaa deity in meditating form

The Eight layered holy consecration of the reconstructed, two thousand year-old ancient Sri Nethradhayini Samedha Masilamaneeswarar temple, located at Nayapakkam village in Thiruvallur district, is being performed between 10.30 and 11.00 am on 5 July 2017.  The renovation work of the temple, which was in much dilapidated and poor condition, was taken up by Annamalayar Charities with the help of the local people and devotees and the renovation has been completed within a short time.  The highlight is that a statue of Kanchi Mahaswamy, in a rare meditating posture has been erected in the Artha Mandapa in front of the Sannadhi of Eswara.  The yagasala rituals (sacrificial rituals) commence on 3 July 2017.  The temple is located at a distance of 5 kms from Thandalam Koot Road, near Poonamallee

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4 replies

  1. Am wordless to praise shri. Ramachandran and team for the pains and interests he took for the completion of temple and kumbhabisekam. I stay nearby and blessed to visit the temple often. Thanks to him! May he be blessed with good health,wealth and everything! Such a wonderful temple and Lord shiv would make us revisit. Am sure of it. Ambal is so cute like a small girl of age 8 and you will forget everything on her beauty.

  2. Poorna anugraham and permission to the sculptor. Very realistic posture!! If He thinks it is possible.!

  3. hara hara sankara jaya jaya sankara

  4. Very rare statue of Sri MAHA Periyava is a SiGHt one should not miss !!
    Kudos to Sri Ramachandran and his team !!
    Unless BLESSED It’s a herculean task that the team has performed !!
    Congrats to Sri Ramachandran who has managed it all !!

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