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  • Om Namah Shivaya  A religion website offering information about pradosham, saints, mahashivarathri, temples and pooja.
  • Hotel kumara  'Hotel Kumara' is the outcome of our thought of catering the needs of the common man as well as the devotees, who throng here for prosperity and longevity to enjoy the comforts of stay at an affordable cost. Hotel Kumara standsout as a landmark at Thirukkadaiyur (24 Km east of Mayiladuthurai) in Nagai district of Tamilnadu of south India.
  • Murugan Bhakti  We at Murugan, the ever youthful champion deity of South Asian song, legend and literature, has long been far more than His diminutive appearance suggests. Presenting the outward resemblance of a boy or a youth, Guha 'the Mysterious' repeatedly surfaces in myth, lore and legend from remote prehistory down to the present, for He always is in the 'here and now' within and yet beyond time and space.
  • Shri Siva Shankar Baba  We at Samratchana means Total Protection. The path to self-realization is depicted in the logo of Samratchana. The symbol in the logo illustrates this Truth. At the base is a red, 8 petalled Lotus flower. The feet of the Lord rests on this Lotus flower. The Lord resides in the lotus blossom of a Yogi, whose heart is mellowed with love. ‘Yogi hridh padma vasinae’
  • Sri Viswaroopa Panchamukha Anjaneya Swami Foundation  Offering information about foundation, its activities, donations, origin of panchamukha, slokas and photo album.
  • Om Sri Mahamayi Satsangam  An website of om sri mahamayi satsangam samiti providing information about satsang.
  • SRI LAKSHMI KUBERAR  We at Kubera was the God of wealth and other worldly things. So doing Pooja to kubera will enrich one's life. However that itself is not enough. To have a wealthy and comfortable the life one has to perform Sri Lakshmi Kubera Pooja only. There are separate Mantras and Vidhis to perform the same. They are to be strictly followed. Pooja performed on Pournima and "Amavasaha" days in November will give very good results.
  • BLT STORES TEMPLE ITEMS  BLT, established in 1924, is involved in creating sculptures, Moulds of Indian god, goddess & temple related Items in various materiel like Five metals , Wooden carvings, Wax molding & other sculptures making materials This traditional Art of making these Idols were mastered & created with utmost care Also we follow suitable Agama Sasthras to maintain its holiness & ingenuity.
  • Vaduvur Sri Kothandaramaswamy Temple  The Temple of Lord Sri Ramar at Vaduvur, Thanjavur Dist. Has been renowened since the time of the Maratha Kings of Thanjavur. This renown of Lord Sri Ramas shrine springs from two major factor: Here, Sri Ramas idol is incomparably beautiful,sporting a smile that is at once lifelike and superhuman. The Lord here is also reputed to be a giver of boons and a destroyer of devotees sins.
  • Ashtalakshmi Temple  AshtaLakshmi temple is considered as the only temple featuring the eight manifestations of the Goddess MahaLakshmi. The temple was built in the year 1976 and features various characteristics of Dravidian temple architecture. Ashtalakshmi temple and the Mahalakshmi temple in Mumbai are only temples of the goddess that are located on the Indian coast.
  • Temples Of Tamilnadu  The Tamilnadu temples can be looked upon as a manifestation of the magnificent heritage of the state. Among Indian temples, the temples of tamilnadu receives special mention in both the religious, cultural and architectural context. Several famous hymns by saints and scholars from time to time have been dedicated to these lofty temples to draw out its significance and beauty.
  • Narayana Consciousness  A religious website offering information about all religions like lahari krishna, allah and christ jesus.
  • T Chitramaya Temple Architect  T Chitramaya Temple Architect was formed in 1930 and Mr. T. Subramaniyan Stapathi is the Promoter and Owner. His Grandfather Mr. Sonamuthu Achary and father Mr. Thangam Achary were the founders of this organization. T Chitramaya Temple Architect is into Temple Architecture, Design and construction works based on the Shilpa Shastra Code for Construction of divine idols, Temples etc for many generations.
  • Sri Raghavashram  Thiruvannamalai is a sacred place situated in the southern part of the holy land Bharat Varsha Mother India. This place is regarded as a shrine devoted to Agni Fire, one of the five elements Pancha Bhootha. Large number of spiritual savants known as Siddhas have been here from the distant past. Coming in that tradition is, His Holiness Bhagwan Shri Yogi Ramsuratkumar, who in our own times has taken his abode here.
  • Variyar Swamigal  An official website of swamigal offering information about devotional life & poojas, swamigal social services, kangeyanallur temple and cassettes lits.
  • SRI MAHAVARAHI  Annai Varahi resides in the Sri Chakra in the 16th Pragaram which was made by Maragatha Maha Mandapam. She is a symbol of purity, peace and prosperity. She emerged from the Anugusam (weapon) of Devi Sri Lalitha Paramashwari. She is the commander and leader to the battalion force of Sri RajaRajeshwari. Varahi is one of the saptha mathrukas seven divine mothers. Varahi is classed as the fifth among the seven “mother-like” divinities (Saptmatrukas) and hence also called Panchami
  • VAASTU SHASTRA  we dedicate the service rendered by Dr. Sthapati, has drawn the attention of the East as well as West to the existence of a unique and unexplored science of time and space, light and sound, on which the Indian Vaastu and Vaastu related architecture (of spiritual nature) are anchored. His efforts are fast gaining ground. Through his research works and allied activities, Sthapati has identified and brought back to lime light the legendary Mayan, the progenitor of Indian Vaastu Science.After retirement from the Government Service, he has given form to a group of five institutions, aimed at spreading the principles of traditional Indian Science of Vaastu. Through these institutions, founded and guided by Sthapati, he has been rendering remarkable services contributing a number of temples, imagic forms, Vaastu based buildings, as well as conducting seminars and lectures, both at national and international levels, and also authoring and publishing books, on the sacred science of Vaastu.
  •  Our Holiness Sri Sri Muralidhara Swamiji, who has dedicated His life to our Sanatana Dharma, preaches the Bhakti marga (the path of Devotion) and the greatness of our Vedic heritage. Sri Swamiji lays utmost stress on the significance of Nama Kirtan (Chanting the Divine names of God) as the easiest & the most practical path to liberation in this age. Madhurapuri ashram founded by Sri Swamiji is located in Maharanyam village near Sriperumpudur, Tamilnadu, in the outskirts of Chennai city.
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  • Vellore City  The Jalakandeswarar Temple inside the fort is very fine example of Vijayanagar architecture. The Kalyanamantap, on the left of the entrance, with intricate caring and delicacy of exaction, bears testimony to the engineering marble and advanced state of sculpture of the times.
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