2022 Karthika Pournami Girivalam Darshan Tiruvannamalai Temple

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Tamil Nadu is the Place for Indian Hindu Temples. In India Most Important and Famous Temples of Lord Shiva, Parvathi, and Subrahmanya Swamy are Located in Tamil Nadu State. Lord Shiva is popularly Known as Panchamukha. This means Lord Shiva has Five Heads. Those 05 Heads are symbols of Pancha Bhutha of this Universe. In India, There is Pancha Butha Linga Kshetra of Lord Shiva. Sri Tiruvannamalai is one of the Pancha Bhutha Linga Kshetra and Lord Shiva in this Temple represents the Symbol of Fire. Lord Shiva is Popularly Known as Arunachaleswarar or Annamalaiyar.

Tiruvannamalai temple is the Symbol of Festivals and Events. Many Events and Festivals recurringly occur here. Among all those festivals, Alayam Girivalam and Karthigai Deepam Karthigai Pournami Festivals are major.

On December 6, 2022, the Karthigai Deepam festival will be celebrated as usual in magnificent style. This temple is celebrating a ten-day festival. Additionally, this significant occasion is also referred to as Arulmigu Sri Annamalaiyar Karthigai Brahmotsavam.

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2022 Karthika Pournami Girivalam Darshan Tiruvannamalai Temple

  • The hosting of the flag, which signifies the start of the festival and is also known as Dwajaroghanam, starts the first day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam festival. Lord Arunachaleswarar will be carried in procession both in the morning and at night on the silver vahana.
  • The festival’s second day starts with the arrival of Lord Panchamoorthigal on his chariot, the Indira Vimanam.
  • On the third day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam celebration, the ceremony begins with 1008 Sangu Abishekam in the morning and concludes with the grand arrival of Lord Panchamurthigal on the lion-drawn Simha vahana.
  • The Lord Panchamurthigal arrives on the fourth day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam festival in a procession that begins at night on the kamadhenu vahanam. Karpaviruksha, an auspicious tree, supports the lord.
  • The Kalasa Pooja is performed throughout the day on the fifth day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam celebration, and at night, the silver rishaba vahanam parade is a sight to behold. The vahana that Lord Panchamoorthigal rides is around 25 feet tall.
  • The sixth day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam festival begins with the 63 Nayanmarkal Procession in the morning and Lord Panchamurthigal’s procession in his magnificently built silver chariot as it round the temple at night.
  • Lord Panchamurthigal leads the procession on the enormous Maha ratham, which nearly fills the entire width of the road, on the seventh day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam festival. This ratham is constructed entirely of sturdy wood.
  • The eight-day Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam festival kicks off with the procession of the Morning Lord Panchamurthigal on the enormous horse vahana. The unique feature of this horse is that none of its four legs contact the ground when they are in the air.
  • Devotees can see Lord Panchamurthigal riding out in procession on the Kailasa Vahanam on the ninth day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam celebration. Most of this event takes place on the ninth night.
  • The Bharani Deepam (Barani Deepam Celebration) is lit at the temple to mark the beginning of the tenth day of the Karthigai Deepam Brahmotsavam festival at around four in the morning.
  • The Mahadeepam is illuminated at around six o’clock in the evening on top of the hill during Sri Subramaniyar Brahma Theertha Kulam, Theerthavari Festival.
  • Swamy boards the boat, which is known as Theppal since it was used at the Tiruvannamalai Arunachaleswarar Temple’s Temple Tank. After this Silver Rishba Vahanam, Lord Arunachaleswarar will perform the Girivalam or Pradhiksahana, a parade around the hill. The Karthigai Deepam festival at the Arunachaleswarar temple comes to a magnificent climax with this event, and the devotees take some divine blessings and memories from this historic holy city Tiruvannamalai back home.

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