Once again, its a new beginning, the festive mood is on and here is my heartfelt wishes to all friends and visitors with lots of love and prayers..
Tāṇḍavam (also known as Tāṇḍava nṛtya) is a divine dance performed by Lord Shiva. Shiva’s Tandava is described as a vigorous dance that is the source of the cycle of creation, preservation and dissolution. While the Rudra Tandava depicts his violent nature, first as the creator and later as the destroyer of the universe, even of death itself; the Ananda Tandava depicts him as enjoying. In Shaiva Siddhantha tradition, Shiva as Nataraja (lit. “Lord of dance”) is considered the supreme lord of dance.
On the Occasion of Navarathri Festival, here are a few collection of pictures of Goddess Ambal in her different forms..
On this occassion posting a few more pictures of Lord Ganesha from my collection.
Shri Krishna said:
“I am the Supersoul, O Arjuna, seated in the hearts of all living entities. I am the beginning, the middle and the end of all beings.”~Bhagavad Gita as it is 10.20
Mahalakshmi, the Goddess of “Shri” or auspiciousness , who resides in the heart of Sriman Narayana is worshipped/propitiated on the occasion of Varalakshmi Vratham. She is the personifying Goddess of eight different forms of wealth or assets that an ordinary mortal human being needs to live happily in this materialistic world. The Goddess takes eight different forms as the mother granting eight types of wealth such as
Oothukkadu Sri Kalinga Narthana Perumal Temple – Abhishekam performed on the diety with the beautiful backkground music of Alaipayuthe Song in Raga Kanada followed by
On the Occasion of Ramayana Masa,the month of Adi/Karkkadaka, here are a few collection of pictures ofLord Rama in different forms..
Dear Friends and Visitors
As you joyfully celebrate the festival of Pongal and welcome the harvest season, this greeting is being sent your way, to wish you everything, that the occasion is meant to bring. May Pongal fill your life with sweetness! May the sun radiate peace, prosperity and happiness in your life on PONGAL and always! Like a bright and beautiful Kolam may your days be sprinkled with joy and happiness! May the Pongal bring in new hopes and good harvest for you!