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Arunachaleshwara Prasadam, Thiruvannamalai
Get Prasadam from Arunachaleshwara, Thiruvannamalai, Tamil Nadu
Along with Swamy's blessings you get-
Protection Pendant of Swamy
Laminated small photo of Arunachaleshwarar and Devi
Large photo of Arunachaleshwarar with Shiva Yantra of Size 6 x 4 inches
Key chain with Swamy's beautiful picture
Arunachaleshwara is among the most visited temples of South India, praised not only for the divine power and blessings it bestows on the pilgrims but also for the structural and historical marvel it is!
Arunachaleshwara or Annamalaiyar Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is situated on at the bottom of a hill in Annamalaiyar, Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu.
It signifies the 5 elements, the Pancha Bhoota Sthalas, especially the fire element, or Agni. Lord Shiva is worshiped as Annamalaiyar or Arunachaleswara in the form of Lingam. This particular form of Shiva is referred to as the Agni Lingam. His consort parvati is called Unnamulai Amman.
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ll Om Namah Shivay ll
Arunachaleshwar temple was built by the Chola dynasty in 9th century.
Legends say that once Goddess Parvati playfully shut the eyes of Lord Shiva just for a second. And, all light was taken from the universe, and earth was submerged in darkness for years. Parvati performed penance with other devotees of Shiva, and her husband appeared as a column of fire at the top of Annamalai hills, returning light to the world. He then merged with Parvati to form Ardhanarishvara, the half-female, half-male form of Shiva.Annamalai hill is considered sacred and because it represents Lord Shiva Himself in the form of Lingam.
Rituals and Festivals
The temple has six daily rituals from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Various festivals are celebrated in Arunachaleshwara temple like-
Dakshinaya Brahma Utsavam
Bramha Utsavam and Karthigai Deepam festival
Sankranthi Utsavam and
The Karthigai Deepam festival is held between November and December, and a huge fire is lit atop the hill. It can be seen from miles away and apparently symbolizes the Shiva lingam of fire joining the sky!
To visit the temple and offer prasad to the deity is considered to be highly auspicious and beneficial.