சுவாமியைப் பற்றித் தமிழில் படிக்க இங்கே சொடுக்கவும்
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Milk and Fruit (Panjamirtham) Abishekam
(Please refer to Pooja calendar for dates)
|Group prayers, Abishekam and Distribution of Food (Annadhanam)|
Guru Pooja: November on day Swamy attained Maha Samadhi
Grand celebration is carried out for 3 days and devotees from all over the country and world converge in this small village to take part in the festivity and get Swamy's blessings.
All the sevas are performed regularly by the temple trust with the help of public donations only. So please help to continue with the divine sevas with your kind donations and Swamy will take care of your life. With true devotion anything you donate will be manifested into your sincere justified wishes because your money is converted into some divine sevas like Annadhanam which in turn is converted into your wishes. This is not some layman's words as the testimonials will illustrate the kindness of Swamy.
Devotees who wish to do poojas on their preferred dates please send any amount that you wish, in demand draft addressed to the Temple trustee
There is no fixed amount for any contribution. But the expense for annadhanam for around 200 people at one time costs Rs 2500. Any Neivethyam like Pongal, Puliyidharai etc costs Rs100.
The best part is if you can offer do so. Otherwise please donate whatever you can and state your reasons or your wishes. The poojas will be done with full devotion and offerings would be sent to you immediately with swamy's blessings. Any difference of amount will be covered by the trust.
So dear divine souls, in this birth due to Karma you may be suffering, but let Swamy take care of it. He is so kind and the minute you think of him ardently he will be by your side. Just trust him and carry on with your duties. The contributions are going to less privileged people than you. So in a way you also do seva to mankind. This way you can clear your karma and attain bliss.
Guru Pooja 2013 Photos
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To view the 16 abishekams performed for swamy, please click the link below the picture.