Why should one live in Tiruvannamalai ?

Even the powerless will become powerful and conquer, if they select a proper field (of action), and guard themselves, while they make war on their enemies.”Thirukural

As this Couplet says, it is the field that decides one’s victory so is the Place you live which decides your future and true success. When you hear the place ‘Thiruvannamalai’ the thing that pops up in your mind is a land full of noble men roaming in and around the hill seeking peace and benevolence. But one question that keeps haunting everyone of us is why they choose ‘Thiruvannamalai’ ?

It is very simple, Thiruvannamalai is not just a Hill with a Temple but God himself. But is it as simple as this phrase to understand it? No is the answer.

Why Thiruvannamalai is a very deep question with very deep answers. Great human beings like Bhagwan Ramanar and Bhagwan Yogi Ram Surathkumar chose to live in Tiruvannamalai not just to seek God but to find their inner self. They believed that it is our Inner Self which is the God. Seeking to know our own self or inner self is not an easy thing. You must forget all your worldly chaos and start being in peace and serenity and both you get here at Tiruvannamalai.

Lord Shiva made this land a land of Pure Water, Pure Air and Pure Peace one who seeks to live in peace and happiness starts his voyage towards the land of Tiruvannamalai. Many millionaires from all around the world throng towards Tiruvannamalai to find their piece of land and settle here seeking peace.

Find your Land in Tiruvannamalai and start seeking the God in you.

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Grand Navratri at Tiruvannamalai

Grand Navaratri at Tiruvannamalai

Navaratri is one of the most sacred and divine 9 days in Hindu Religion. Nava refers to 9 and Ratri refers to Night. It is celebrated across the country with different rituals according to their culture and Geography. All the 9 days f Navaratri are celebrated in a grand manner at the Lord Arunachaleshwarar temple of Tiruvannamalai.

History of Navaratri

In Tamil Nadu, the first three days of the festival are dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi, the next three days to Durga, and the last three days to Saraswati. Figurines or traditional dolls called Kolu or Golu are arranged at homes, shops and temples. Kolu consists of a makeshift staircase on which the dolls, which have been passed on from many generations, kept. They depict particular themes like environment, space, mythology etc.

Navartri in Tiruvannamalai

On all the Nine days Godessed Parasakthi is worshiped in 9 Different attires. Godess Parasakthi is worshiped in the form of Mahishsuramarthini on the 9th day of the festival on which she is said to have killed Mahishasuran the Asura king.

The last day of Navratri is considered as most sacred to start new ventures, people on the Day start new business, works and join new courses with the divine blessings.

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