Why Lord Annamalayar is Worshipped in the Form of a Flame?

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Although there are numerous temples of Lord Shiva across the country of India, the Annamalayar temple in Thiruvannamalai finds a special place for itself as the main deity Lord Shiva is being worshipped in the form of a “flame”. There are many legends associated with the story of why Lord Shiva took the form of […]

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Festivals celebrated in Tiruvannamalai

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Tiruvannamalai, popularly known as temple city is located 190 kilometers from Chennai. The city is famous for celebrating major festivals listed below. Devotees all over the world visit this holy city to celebrate various festivals including Karthigai Deepam and Shivaratri. Karthigai Deepam: Tiruvannamalai is popularly known for the grand ten-day celebration of the Karthigai Deepam […]

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Celebrate Mahashivratri at Thiruvannamalai

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The festival of Mahashivratri is celebrated annually on the 13th or 14th day of the luni-solar month of the Hindu calendar. This usually falls in the month of February or March every year which marks the arrival of the spring season. This festival is celebrated on a full-moon day or “Pournami” and lasts an entire […]

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Places to Explore in Thiruvannamalai

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Situated at the foot hills of Annamalai hills, Tiruvannamalai is a popular pilgrim center. The sacred city is located about 80 kms from Vellore. There are two deities that are worshipped in this temple city namely, Parvathi and Shiva. Shiva is worshipped here in the form of Agni and is called by devotees as Arunachaleswarar […]

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