Category: Manifestations

ஸ்ரீ நரசிம்ம  சரஸ்வதி ஸ்வாமி/ Shri Nrusimha Saraswathi Swamiji

ஸ்ரீ நரசிம்ம  சரஸ்வதி சாந்திப்பிரியா பகவான் தத்தாத்திரேயர் பரம்பரையில் வந்த ஸ்ரீ வல்லபாவிற்கு  அடுத்த அவதாரம் ஸ்ரீ நரசிம்ம  ஸ்வாமி  அவர்கள். மகராஷ்டிராவில் வராட் என்ற மாவட்டத்தில் ஒரு பிராமணக் குடும்பத்தில் பிறந்தவருடைய ...

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Yama Dharmaraj

Yama Dharmaraj Santhipriya Yama Dharmaraja is considered to be the God of justice or the God of death. He is dark complexioned and have fearsome look.   Although he was not worshiped in any of the temples during the era of Veda,...

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Chamunda and Tulja Devi -English

Chamunda and  Sister Tulja Devi on A Hillock {Written by: Santhipriya} Many temples  in Madhya Pradesh are famous for their structural beauty and legends connected with them. Few amongst the famous temples are Goddess Chamunda...

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Ashwarooda Devi (E)

Ashwarooda Devi was an emanation of Goddess Tripurasundari. She was created from the noose held by Tripurasundari. Why was she created?   Once in a Yagna performed by Goddess Parvathi’s father Daksha, she was insulted and...

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Kaligambal (E)

One of the most famous and several centuries year old temple for Goddess Kaligambal,an aspect of Goddess Kamatchi Amman exists in a busy and congested street in heart of Chennai, Tamilnadu. Unfortunately many are unaware of its...

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Goddess Jhesta Devi (Goddess Moodevi)- E

Generally at home the one who is useless, ill lucked and personified with laziness and characters of dumbness are scolded by elders as ‘Moodevi’ meaning useless in all senses. Goddess Moodevi is elder sister of Goddess Lakshmi,...

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Goddess Bagalamukhi (E)

Bagalamuki Devi Santhipriya   Madhya Pradesh is decked with several tantric temples. Most of them were reportedly established during the reign of King Vikramaditya, ruler of Malwa region in Madhya Pradesh who regularly visited...

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Shri Azhagu Siddhar (E)

Muthu Aiyanar temple is in Thenambakkam, Pondicherry. Traveling from Pondicherry one can reach this temple via Villianoor or Yaembalam two small helmets on way. The temple complex has full of dolls and idols in various shapes...

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Goddess Seethal Maatha (E)

Like Mariamman in South, Goddess Seethal Maatha is worshipped  in many parts of north India since the devotees feel that the deity cures many dreaded diseases including small pox and chicken pox besides inducing rain whenever it...

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