Monday, October 8, 2012


We would plan to go as adventural trip to "PERUMAAL PATHI",  the awesome, Beautiful and divine hills in the range of western ghats .

This trip will be arranged once in year ,. so dont miss this chance

   Trekkers need to pay the amount only for food ,.

if any one would like to join with us  contact:- 8903167991 ,.9489467991  mr.prabakar  ,.

Location :-  perumaal pathi ,. vathirayiruppu .,  

date:- oct12/10/2012  to 14/10/2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012

perumaal pathi trekking 06/10/2012 to 8/10/2012

பெருமாள் பதி    இது விருது நகர் மாவட்டம்     சதுரகிரிக்கு  அருகில் இருக்கும் அழகிய மலை   ., இங்கு வருடம் தோறும் புரட்டாசி சனிகிழமை   இங்கு சுற்று   வட்டார  கிராம  மக்கள்  செல்வது  வழக்கம்   ,.    மிக கடினமான பாதைகளை உடைய இம்மலைக்கு   இன்னும் இரு சனிக்கிழமையும்  செல்ல உள்ளோம் ., 

 மலை பயணம் இயற்கை காட்சிகளை  உள்ளடக்கிய மலையின் எழிலை காண   விரும்ம்பும் நண்பர்கள்  என்னை தொடர்பு கொள்ளலாம் ,.
 இப்பயணம்   முற்றிலும் இலவசமானது  ,. 

உணவுக்கு மட்டும்  எங்களுடன் செலுத்தி வர விரும்பும் நண்பர்கள் எங்களுடன்  இணைந்து கொள்ளலாம்

வர விரும்பும் நண்பர்கள் என்னை தொடர்பு கொள்ளலாம் :-   8903167991 ,.    . 9489467991    ,. 

06/10 /2012    to  08 /10 /2012          சனி கிழமை   முதல் ஞாயிறு  வரை  .,

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

shaskara linga ,sirsi

Sahasralinga is a pilgrimage place  in India. It is in the river Shalmala and is famous for being the location where around a thousand lingas which are carved on the rocks in the river bank . In fact, the name
Sahasralinga means thousand-lingas in Sanskrit.

 Linga is a symbol of worship of the Hindu God, Shiva and its on the auspicious day of Mahashivaratri when thousands of pilgrims visit Sahasralinga to offer their prayers to Shiva

 . Each lingam here has a carving of Nandi facing it.     

if u waana go to this  place   contact us mr.prabakar :- 8903167991

Thursday, August 30, 2012


he origins of Kalasa are traceable to Mythology. Although unsubstantiated, local myths attribute the origin of Kalasa to an event mentioned found in the Skanda Purana.
Accordingly, the wedding of Lord Shiva and Parvathi in Himalayas caused a shift in the Earth's rotation because of the attendance of all Gods and Goddesses. To restore the Earth's balance, Lord Shiva requested Sage Agasthya to travel South. Agasthya however, expressed his wish to witness the wedding. Lord Shiva assured to grant divine vision to the sage, which would enable him to witness the wedding from any part of the world.
Agasthya travelled southward and resided in Kalasa from where he watched the wedding. Local legends state that a pilgrimage to Kalasa brings greater religious merit (punya) than a visit to Varanasi.
The Girija Kalyana (marriage of Lord Shiva and Parvathi) is celebrated in Kalasa every year to commemorate this tradition. This auspicious occasion falls on Karthika Shuddha Ekadashi of Lunar calendar.
Other legends also state that Sage Vasishta had lived in a hermitage near Kalasa as also the Skanda Dwaya.

The word Kalasa is a corruption of the Sanskrit root, Kalasha, which means a waterpot or jug. In the context of Hindu temple architecture, every temple should have a round pinnacle placed at the top, known as the Kalasha.
Geographically, Kalasa is surrounded by the Bhadra river on three sides with the Duggappana Katte hill at the South. Viewed from an altitude, the town resembles a pot, hence the name. The Kalaseshwara temple is located at the base of this hill.
Kalasa contains five major water spots, within an approximate distance of 8 Kilometres from the town. Together, these are known as Pancha Theerthas (literally, Five Sacred Waters). Each Theertha is associated with a myth drawn mostly from the Hindu Mythology. People offer worship at these Theerthas as part of their pilgrimage to Kalasa.
  • Vasishta Theertha--Named after Sage Vasishta
  • Naga Theertha--Named in honour of the Snake God, attributable to Lord is believed bathing here will remove Nagashapa/Nagadosha.
  • Koti Theertha--To signify koti Devatha stayed here during first Girja Kalyana celebrated to please Aghsthya.
  • Rudra Theertha--Named after Lord Rudra (Shiva)is also called Rudrapada., similar to Vishnupada of Gaya it is believed that offering Pinda during pithru Karya is as auspious to Gaya Shradda
  • Amba Theertha-- Named after Goddess Parvati.


The great deity of Adishakthyathmaka Sri Annapoorneshwari's prathistapana was done by His Holiness Agasthya Maharishi several centuries back. The hereditary dharmakartharu of our family started 400 years back. Till the 5th Dharmakartharu, the temple was having a very small structure surrounded by full of natural vegetation and forest. Even then at least one or more people used to visit the temple, have pooja and were provided with free food (annaprasadam) and shelter and it is continued till date.[1] The name Annapoorneshwari means "Feeding one and all". All who visit this temple are provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner and also tea and coffee who need. And provide place to sleep on the temple premises

it is situated in 6000 ft      if u wanaa go to this temple :-    contactus mr.prabakar:- 8903167991

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

ATTA VEERATTANAM ('அட்ட வீரட்டானம்' )

'அட்ட வீரட்டானம்'    .,  சிவனின் எட்டு வீரம் மற்றும் வதம் ஆகியவற்றிக்கு பெயர் சொல்லும்  திருத்தலங்கள்   .,

   இந்த எட்டுத்  திருத்தலங்களை தரிசிப்போருக்கு   பூர்வ புண்ணியம் ,. மற்றும் வர்க்க தோஷம் ., முன்னோர்கள் சாபம் ., பிதுர் தோஷம் நிவர்த்தியாகும் ,.

எட்டு திருத்தலங்களும்   ஐந்து வெவேறான மாவட்டங்களில் உள்ளது. எட்டு திருத்தலங்களையும் தரிசிக்க  ஆறு நாட்கள் பிடிக்கும் .,  

தொடர்பு கொள்ள :-  திரு. பிரபாகர்  8903167991

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