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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Tamil Nadu Temple Under Renovation , India

February 23rd, 2010 Source:
Hindu  Tamil Temple (India)
TAMIL NADU, INDIA, February 2010: Near Chennai, the ancient village of Sembian Kolathur has a name denoting Chola connection. The small village, famous for Sama Vedic is home of the rare Sri Thulaseeswarar temple, where Lord Siva temple takes the name of tulsi, or holy basil. The 850-year old Sri Thulaseeswarar temple has been taken up for renovation.

Legend has it that the lingam there is one of the 108 that Agastyar created. He is said to have adorned the deity with konrai garland and worshipped with tulsi leaves. It is said that worshipping Siva on Mondays with tulsi earns the devotee the Lord’s affection.

Work is partially completed but is the renovation has appealed for funds. For details see contact information at the source above.

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