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Places of Interest

Kumaran Kundru

Saturday, 17 April 2010 00:00

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Kumaran Kundru is an Ancient one. The Hills was used by the farmers and shepherds for grazing their cattle. The farmers found a statue of murugan under a neem tree, they installed the statur and worshipped and built a small temple. The small temple was now grown into a big temple complex and the inner prakaram and outer prakaram are constructed later. now entire hill is covered with treea and greenary.

 
 

Jain Temple

Thursday, 18 March 2010 00:00


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Jainism (pronounced /ˈdʒaɪnɪzəm/, also called Jain Dharma) is an ancient religion of India, also now found in other countries around the world, that prescribes a path of peace and non-violence towards all living beings. Its philosophy and practice rely mainly on self-effort in progressing the soul on the spiritual ladder to divine consciousness. The 24 Tirthankaras, in chronological order, are Adinath (Rushabhnath), Ajitnath, Sambhavanath, Abhinandan Swami, Sumatinath, Padmaprabhu, Suparshvanath, Chandraprabhu, Pushpadanta (Suvidhinath), Sheetalnath, Shreyansanath, Vasupujya Swami, Vimalnath, Anantnath, Dharmanath, Shantinath, Kunthunath, Aranath, Mallinath, Munisuvrata Swami, Nami Natha, Neminath, Parshvanath and Mahavir (Vardhamana).

 
 

Sri Kasilingeswarar Temple

Wednesday, 13 January 2010 12:40

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It is estimated that about 400 years ago, this area (Sathyamoorthy Nagar) was inhabited by wild animals and was a dense forest with the fresh spring river Bhavani flowing on the left side of a small hillock. Many sadhus, rishis and munis from the lingayat community in Karnataka who flocked these hills and chose this hillock as a sacred place for worship. They carved out a cave temple with three lingams (Bana Linga) brought from the River Bhavani. It is believed that the people who took the abode of the Lord, actually attained Moksha.

 
 

Nandavanam on River Bhavani banks

Wednesday, 13 January 2010 12:32

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Mettupalayam, Nandavanam.

About 50 years ago, there was a major effort to renovate the burial grounds on the banks of River Bhavani which was in disrepair many years. Without any proper supervision, many people in the neighbourhood abused the land. Then a sangam (union) of all hindu communities called Anayithu Hindu Samudhaya Sangam was formed to promote the Nandavanam. The hindu burial ground nearby was not maintained properly and hence about 27 commnities came together without any inhibition and worked very hard to make this a reality today. There is an ambulance for the burial parade and also an ice-box to assist people who would like to avail of these facilities.

 
 

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