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God-like saint

When the Pallava King sends for him, Thirunavukkarasar says he is not intimidated by the kings threats. He says he cannot be controlled by the rules laid down by a king. He is unafraid to die. He will not suffer the agony of Hell. He does not know what ... The Hindu, 2 months ago

Famous as Dakshina Kasi

CHITTOOR : Srikalahasti Srikalahasti Temple is located in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh. The temple is famous for its Vayu linga, one of the Panchabhoota Sthalams, representing wind. Srikalahasti is popularly known as Dakshina Kasi. Open ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Outlook India

What Does Madras Bleed For?

From the air, Chennai—or old Madras—presents itself like a box of Diwali sweets waiting to be savoured. There are houses in cochineal pink, or muttai pink (candy pink), as the colour is described, in iridescent greens, indigo blues, Gold Spot ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Madras is not alien  The Hindu1 month ago

God's plans

Ravana's aerial vehicle could not proceed because Mount Kailash was in the way. Instead of treating the abode of Lord Siva with respect, Ravana, in his arrogance, saw it as an obstruction, said R.Narayanan, in a discourse. Nandi, the bull of Lord ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Travel News

Beautiful Bengal & IITM Chennai and Bangalore organized roadshow

West Bengal Tourism Development Corporation (WBTDC) organized a two-city roadshow in Chennai and Bangalore on 11 July, 2014 and 18 July, 2014 respectively. The events were organized in the wake of the tourism board's participation in the recently ...
 Travel News1 month ago
Travel News

Tamil Nadu Topped in Tourist Arrivals Owing to Antique Temples

Tamil Nadu for the first time has topped in the domestic tourist arrivals and came a close second after Maharashtra in foreign tourist arrivals, thanks to its rich temple heritage. According a report by state government, in 2013, 25 crore ...
 Travel News1 month ago Ancient temples help TN top tourism chart  Times of India1 month ago

The corridors of history

Her thirst for knowledge and pride in her heritage has taken researcher Chithra Madhavan across some of the most magnificent places of worship down south. Hema Vijay talks to the enthusiastic historian about new discoveries in ancient structures. At ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

The devotee who blessed the Lord: Azhwaar

Introduction: In Thamizh, the word AzhwAr means one who is deeply immersed in devotion. However, the term was increasingly applied to selected devotees of Vishnu whose primary avocation in life was to serve the Lord. In the early centuries of the ...
 Chennai Online2 months ago

Was Bujang Valley culture the beginning of Malayness?

A model of the Bujang Valley estuary civilisation. FACT 1: The Bujang Valley civilisation, which stretches back to possibly as early as the year 110, is the oldest in South- East Asia, predating Angkor Wat (12th century), Sri Vijaya (seventh ...
 Penang Monthly2 months ago

HJS urges Govt to rebuild shivaji gopuram at Srisailam

Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has urged the Endowments Commissioner to rebuild the collapsed Shivaji Gopuram of Sri Sailam Sri Brahmaramba Mallikarjuna Swamy temple and implement the recommendation of high-level committee to protect 40 other great ...
 Siasat Daily2 months ago
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