Sangabishekam was performed for Karuvili Sarvanga Sundari samedha Sarguneswarar

Sangabishekam was performed for Karuvili Sarvanga Sundari samedha Sarguneswarar on 8th Dec 2014.

The devotees took part with great devotion. In the long and luminous spiritual tradition of India, the role of conch shells is incredibly significant. Conch shells are a divine gift and a treasure to mankind. ‘Shanka’ is considered to be one of the most auspicious objects that emerged from the sea during Kseera sagara manthan. Conch shells abishekams have been practiced for many centuries to obtain spiritual blessings. The spiritual science behind the conch shell abishekam is that all the sacred sounds including the greatest mantra ‘Om’, the sound that created the entire universe is present in the conch shell. The sacred mantras and Vedas are absorbed by the conch shells and presented to humanity.

Karuvili located near Tiruveezhimizhalai, 10 km east of Naachiyaar Koyil

Preparation of Conch Shells for Abishekam

Preparation of Conch Shells for Abishekam.JPG

Rudram Recitation

Rudram recitation.JPG

Conch Shells decoration

Conch shells arranged in the form of Sivalingam before Abishekam.JPG
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Ladies reciting Lalitha Sahasranamam in Ambal Sannidhi

Ladies reciting Lalitha Sahasranamam in Ambal Sannidhi.JPG

Homam

Homam.JPG

Courtesy:

Smt: Malathi Jayaraman, Kumbakonam

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