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Amman Temple - Jacobs Road

Annexe to the Amman temple at Jacobs Road

The Vehicle Lord Murugan rides is a peacock called Paravani.

Vahana. The Vehicle he rides is a peacock called Paravani. Kartikeya, also known as Lord Murugan in Southern India, is also mounted on a peacock.

Navagrahas, the Nine Planetary gods in Hinduism

The nine planets are collectively known as Navagrahas. ... bad luck or misfortune arising from past karmas or birth related defects (dhoshas). ... these gods before offering prayers to the main deity in the sanctum sanctorum of the temple.

Guardian of the sanctum sanctorum

Guardian of the sanctum sanctorum

Murugan had two wives

Murugan had two wives. The first one is Devasana, the daughter of Lord Indra and his second wife is Valli, the daughter of a tribal chief.

Parvathy and her supllicants

Parvati is the mother of Hindu deities Ganesha and Kartikeya. The Puranas also referenced her to be the sister of the river goddess Ganga and the preserver ...

Ganesha

Ganesha , also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is one of ... Hindu mythology identifies him as the restored son of Parvati and Shiva of the ...

Garuda supplicating to the deity Vishnu one of the Thirumurthis

Garuda, in Hindu mythology, the bird and the vahana of the ... Vishnu, (Sanskrit: “The Pervader”) one of the principal Hindu deities.

Rāmalingam, commonly known in India and across the world as Vallalār, also known as Ramalinga Swamigal

The holy niche of India's last of the great saints Ramalingar Swamigal born in 1823 and disappeared in 1874

Sarasvathi Poojay and other prayers

Saraswati puja is performed when special prayers are offered to goddess Saraswati - the divine source of wisdom and enlightenment...

Sarasvathi Poojay and other prayers

KM Naidu continues commentary in foreground is image of animal guarding the sanctum sanctorum while supplicating itself to deities

Sarasvathi Poojay and other prayers

The significance of the Sarasvathee pooja

Sarasvathi Poojay and other prayers

Saraswati puja is performed when special prayers are offered to goddess Saraswati - the divine source of wisdom and enlightenment...

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

Shree Vishnu Temple in Umgudulu - Purattasi Prayer

Purtassi means September in Tamil and devotees pay homage to Lord Vishnu, the Protector, by observing this fast. They pray to the Lord to seek forgiveness for all their sins and they offer thanks for the life on earth and its preservation.

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