Mudurai- The Meenakshi Temple is in the center of the old town. It has two
sanctuaries, one dedicated to lord Shiva as Sundareswara (" the lord of Beauty
and the other to Mother Meenakshi, his wife. This is a very popular mother
temple visited by most Hindus and visitors alike.
Obeisance ever unto Meenakshi who is Srividya incarnate, has her place at Siva's
left, shines in the mantra 'HRIM', Occupier of the bindu at the center of
Srichakra, Queen of Chitsabha, Mother of Sharimukha and Ganesh, Bewitcher of the
universe, and the Ocean of Grace."
From Madurai we will travel to Kanniyakumari. Located on the shore, in the
very Southern tip of India is the temple of the goddess Kanya Kumari who is an
aspect of Parasakthi (the highest aspect of female energy).
We will also meditate where Swami Vivekananda one of India's great sage,
meditated in 1892. Vivekananda was a disciple of Swami Ramakrishna, another very
great saint. We will also visit the site where mother Kanya performed penance
The processional deity in the Kanyakumari temple is called Thyagasundari. The
Holy Mother, who appears in the state of being ready for marriage, is called
Pushpakasi a virgin was very much devoted to Lord Siva and by her stern penance
attained Sayujya Moksha. Sayujya Moksha means entering heaven with human body
and remaining in human form with the Supreme lord.
During that time Bana an Asura had won a boon that he could not be killed by
anyone other than a Kanya (virgin). It became a problem to destroy his and save
mankind. People approached Lord Siva for redress. Lord Siva knew that only a
virgin could kill this Banasura. With the blessing of Lord Shiva she does
Our Virgin Mother has the power to remove the demons within us. The temple is
very special, for it energy and the priest here is very honoring of people who
want to meditate, this is not so in most temple in India.
Every Hindu believes that if they bath in the sea at the Cape and makes their
offerings to their guru would attain salvation. A visitor to Cape Comorin rarely
misses this holy bath.
Swami Vivekananda used to plunge in deep meditation on the hill facing the
Goddess. He prayed there for the salvation of mankind. Hence the Hill is called
the Vivekananda Hill.
The one distinguishing feature of the sand at the Cape is that it is of various
colors. The modern scientists call it monazite sand.
We will spend 2 nights here, visiting the Virgin Mother and also practicing she
will help to release some of the toxic materials that are lodged in our organs,
especially the Navel, and the nine gates.
After feasting on Mother Kanniyakumari's grace and energy we will travel
to we will visit Lords Nagaraja Temple, where we would spend connecting with our
inner serpent. This temple is situated 12 miles from Cape Comorin, in the midst
of paddy fields. The following is the traditional story of its origin.
In the fields where the temple now stands, one day, a worker, while harvesting
the crops, came across a granite stone and, as soon as the sickle came in
contact with it, blood came out of the stone. This being an unusual happening,
the news spread like wild fire and it became the talk of the town. Thus the
temple came to be built. He represents the snake within your inner self.
People from all over south India travel to this temple every Sunday and on
Anuradha days with offerings of milk. It is said that many serpents live
all-round the temple. But there has been no fatal case of snakebite within a
radius of one mile from the place. The earthen prasadam taken from the place
where Lord Nagaraja is installed (on bare earth where it was originally found)
has never diminished in quantity even after its use for many many years. It is
also remarkable that this prasadam will be white in color for six months in the
year and turn light black for the remaining six months
We would have lunch here and travel to Rameswaram where we will visit Lord
Ramanathar and Mother Parvatavartini (Shiva, Parvati)
A huge temple known for its towers and its longest ornate corridor worldwide,
its origins date back to the days of the epics. It is a pilgrimage center of
nationwide importance, as Rama is said to have worshipped Shiva here on his way
back from SriLanka. The temple is in the island of Rameswaram the Banares of the
South , connected to the mainland by a bridge. The deity here constitutes one of
the 12 Jyotirlingams of India. Its praises have been sung by the Saivite Saint
Rameswaram, the Temple City, is situated in the Ramanathapuram District of Tamil
Nadu about 413 miles Southeast of Madras.
The Temple City is an island of 31 miles length and 7 miles width in the shape
of Vishnu's Conch.
The island has derived its name from Lord Rama who installed a Shivalinga (one
of the 16 primeval Jyothirlingams of Lord Sankara) here, to get rid of the
Brahmahatya Papa having killed Ravana. Sanctified by the footprints of Lord Rama
together with the installation of the Linga and its worship, the island is one
of holiest places of India.
Every Hindu cherishes the desire to have a darshan of the Siva installed and
worshipped by Sri Rama. Rameswaram is thus one of the four most popular pilgrim
A few miles south, of Uppoor is Devi Patnam. It is popularly called Navapa-
shanam. The shallow bay one can find 9 stones standing upright. They are said to
have been planted by Rama to represent the nine planets worshipped by Him for
the success of His mission. It is common in Hindu life to obtain the blessing of
the planets before commencing any arduous task. It is called Navagraha Puja.
Even Sri Rama, the incarnation of God, had to act like the common man for
educating the common mind.
The path to Dhanushkodi is dotted with a number of Teerthams or holy waters
which a pilgrim must dip into to cleansing of one's past.
The Gods collected all the Teerthams, and Sage Dadhichi took his bath here and
then gave up his body. The following are the Teerthams where pilgrims bathe. It
is said that Lord Krishna had to take bath to purify himself.
The list below are the Teerthams. 1.Maha Lakshmi. 2.Savitri. 3. Gayatri. 4. Saraswati 5. Madhava.
6. Gandhamdana. 7. Gavaksha. 8. Gavaya. 9. Nala. 10.Neela. 11.Sankha. 12.Sakra. 13.Brahmahatya Vimochana. 14. Surya 15.Chandra 16.Ganga 17.Yamuna 18.Gaya. 19.Siva. 20.Satyamrita. 21.Sarva. 22.Kodi
From here we will travel to Kumbakonam where we will stay for 7 days, during
which time we will do Kundalini Meditation and also visit the planetary Temples
around Kumbakonam to remove obstacles in our life. This journey is important to
overcome the effect of the Planets. Planetary rays form and structure our mind,
emotions and senses. They organize the systems of our physical body. Our
circulation of blood, for example, mirrors the revolution of the Sun and Moon in
the heavens. The intelligence of the planets function within our bodies and
minds as the natural and organic intelligence responsible for their marvelous
The stars and planets are not just outer entities; they are alive within us as
well. They exist within our own minds as our guiding lights. The planets show
the energies in life that we need to master to calm our minds. For example,
anger, is a typical lower energy of the planet Mars.
Vaitheeswaran- Temple at Angarah for planet Mars and Ketu in Keezhperumallam,
which will be on a Tuesday. To Thiruvenkadu where we will visit Mercury temple,
on Wednesday. To Alangudi on Thursday to visit Guru-Jupiter temple. To Kanchanur
we will visit Venus-Sukra on Friday. On Saturday we will visit Saturn-Sani at
Thirunallaru. On Sunday to Surianar temple to visit Sun-Surya and on Monday we
shall go to Thingalur to pay our visit to planet Moon temple on Monday.
Benefit 1 The Temple that we will be visiting will serve change your life due to
the power that they radiate and also useful for balancing of our Body, Mind and
Benefit 2 The Pilgrimage will help to balance all the elements, God/Goddess
within your inner temple, thus invoking the twin snake or Kundalini Sakthi.
"Twin snakes are around the central column of the spine. The rising swirling
energies of the snakes produce an ascending vortex of power, used in Tantra for
Benefit 3 Our Master will help you to improving your emotional fitness. Help you
clear long-standing emotional blocks that have limited the opportunities for
Love and freedom. This will help those who have not been able to have children,
without and apparent medical condition.
Emotional fitness can help addicts and victims of abuse, apart from preventing
one from being inclined to illness such as cancer, chronic fatigue, depression,
menstrual disorder and other emotionally related illness.
early, to avoid disappointment. Register early, only 12 participants get the
opportunity this years pilgrimage.
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Om Shanti Shanti Shanti
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