Saturday, August 23, 2014

MAHA VILVAM

மஹா வில்வம்
Maha Vilvam 

 "A Sacred Tree with Immense Medicinal Secrets "  

 when i search about " MAHA VILVAM " in internet ... i got Q and A too ...


  If You Do One PRADHASHINAM  "MAHA VILVAM" , You will get " Kailasam Poi Vandha Palan Kidaikkum Endru Sonnargal. Idhu Oru Idhazhilil 21 Idhazhvari (leaves) Varumam.Idhai Patri Therindhavargal Sollungalen.."

ஒரு முறை "மஹா   வில்வம் " பிரதஷினம் வந்தால் ..கைலாய மலை பொய்  வந்த  பலன்  கிடைக்கும்  என்று  சொன்னார்கள் . ஒரு  இதழிலில்  21 இதழ்வரி  (leaves) வருமாம் . இதை  பற்றி  தெரிந்தவர்கள்  சொல்லுங்களேன் .  " Thank : Tiger Balki ayya from FB

1.Vilvam (Bael)
2.Maha Vilvam
3.Kasi vilvam  Sthala Vriksham in  Viralimalai Murugan Temple and Natarajar Dhyana Sabai Neyveli
4.Ega Vilvam (Rare bael) one tree availiable in SRI SAILAM,Andhra Pradesh

We can found Maha Vilvam tree in one of the Chennai Navagraha temples in Kovoor near Porur Thirumaeneeswarar- Budhan ( mercury ) sthalam temple  the Sthala Viruksham is Maha Vilvam tree. It is very Rarity tree ...

The Maha Vilvam tree is unique because it has [ 5,7,9,13 ] leaves in one stalk.

The priest told  "It is a rarity and his grandfather found this tree and one who finds a mahavilvam tree itself is destined for moksham!! . This Maha Vilvam also has many medicinal properties in it ".

in other site i found about Medicine from Maha vilvam ( see in below pdf )..

         Medicine made up of Maha vilvam(16 petals), Karu nochchi, should be taken with strict food discipline can cure diabetes within 24 days completely. 


A Mini Review about 'MAHAVILVA’  by V.N.Ariharan* and P.Nagendra Prasad

ABSTRACT
Maha Vilvam is a holly tree commonly found in the Sacred Groves from Kanyakumari to Kashmir in the foot hills and in plains which has many medicinal secrets. Vilva trees are the Sthalavirusham of the most of the Shiva temples in India. The Botanical Name of the Vilvam is Aegle marmelos(L.) Corr., which belongs to the Orange family Rutaceae. All the parts of the plant are used as an important medicine. Even though all the parts of the plants are useful, the leaves and fruits are mostly used as important drug in the ancient system of medicine to cure almost all the common ailments of the Human being. In this present study the qualitative phytochemical analysis of Aegle marmelos leaf extract was carried out and the results were discussed.

Keywords: Aegle marmelos, Phytochemistry, Tuberclosis, Phenols, Flavanoids ..

The mentions of Vilva plant have been found in ancient Indian scriptures such as Vedas and Purana like Yajurveda and Mahabharata. Hindus hold the Vilva tree in great venerations. It is one of the most sacred trees of India. The leaves are ternate and hence one of the vernacular names is Tripatra. It is generally cultivated near temples and is offered to Lord Shiva, whose worship cannot be completed without the leaves of this tree. Lord Shiva is believed to live under the Vilva tree. It is also called Shivadurme, the tree of Shiva. According to Hindu mythology, the tree is another form of Lord Kailashnath. It is also sacred to Parvati and is the Vilva rupra, one of the Patricas, or nine forms of Goddess Kali. The planting of this tree by the waysides gives long life. Its leaves are also used as enchantments. It is incumbent upon all Hindus to cultivate and cherish this tree.

MahaVilva is a divine tree which thrives well in all agro climatic conditions form Kanyakumari to Kashmir and all parts of the useful. It pleases the Lord as well as cures all common ailments of Human being by all means. It is our humble duty to protect the species and save the environment and save the mankind from destruction. In the light of the above seen evidences Vilva is a sacred tree with immense religious and medicinal secrets on it.

Medicinal Value of Vilvam/Bilva/Bael
Vilva leaf juice is put in the eyes and paste of leaves is applied over the eyelids.
Vilva leaves are used for fomentation in disease condition like swelling pain in ribs.
Vilva leaves alleviates oedema and pain.
Vilva is a cardiac tonic, haemostaic and alleviates swelling, hence is root used in cardiac dedillity and palpitation.
Vilva root bark and leaf juice are used to alleviate oedema.
Vilva root alleviates the inflammation of uterus, hence it is used in pregnancy, leucorrhoea and puerperal disorder.
Vilva root tranquilises the nerves hence it is used in vata disorder, insomnia. Epilepsy and hysteria.
Vilva unripe fruit is an appetizer, digestant and astringet. Ripe fruit is a sweet, mild laxative.
Vilva leaves juice is leaver stimulant.
Vilva root bark, unripe fruit are useful in loss of appetite, diarrheoa, dysentery, sprue, pain in abdomen.
Vilva unripe fruit ground to paste and cooked with sugar is very beneficial in bleeding piles.
Vilva sharbat of ripe fruit pulp can be used as it act as digestive and alleviates diarrhoea.
Vilva leaf juice mixed with black pepper used in jaundice.
Vilva fruit (ripe or unripe) useful for prevention of cholera.
Vilva is haemostatic it is also used in hemorrhoids.
Vilva roots are useful in vata disorders, fruits in disorders of inter channel. Vilva, Durva and Tulsi are used in vata, pitta and kapha disorders

சிவபூஜையில் பிரதான இடம் வகிப்பது வில்வம் ...

சிவபூஜையில் பிரதான இடம் வகிப்பது வில்வம், ஒரு ஒற்றை வில்வ இலை, சிவபூஜையில் ஓராயிரம் மலர்களுக்கு சமமாகிறது. இந்த வில்வம் ஒரு கல்ப மூலிகையும் கூட உஷ்ணம் தப்பதில் ...வில்வம் முன்னிலை வகிக்கறது. இதற்கு நேரானது “ துளசி “ இது உஷ்ணாகாரம் இதன் குணம். உடலின் வெப்பத்தைத் தணிப்பதில் வில்வம் நிகரற்றது. ஒரு ஆச்சரியம்... சிவமாகிய பரமன் அழித்தல் தொழில் புரிபவன். அழிப்பது என்பது ஒரு வினை. எதை அழித்தாலும் அது ஒன்றாகி இரண்டாகிப் பிரிஉம் இறுதியில் சாம்பலே மிஞ்சும். இந்த விளைவால் வெப்பம் உருவாகும். அணு விஞ்ஞானம் இதன் அடி ஒற்றியே உள்ளது. சிவத்தைத் தியானிக்கும் மனதிலும் காம, குரோத, லோப, மத, மாச்சரியங்கள் அழியும். அதனால் உருவாகும் வெப்பம் தணியவே வில்வம் முன் நின்றது. வில்வார்ச்சனை என்பது வெப்பம் தணிப்பது. அகத்திலும், புறத்திலும் வெப்பம் தணிய வைப்பது. உடலில் உயிரும் வெப்பச் சுரளாகவே உள்ளது. வெப்பத்திடம் இயக்க கதியே பிரதானம். அது குளிர்ந்தால் இயக்கமற்ற சமநிலை வாய்க்கிறது; சிவமும் வில்வமும் இப்படிப் பல சூட்சுமங்களைக் கொண்டு விளங்குவதை என்னென்பது 



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Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Sacred Bana Lingas



All the pebbles rolling on its bed are said to take the shape of shivalingam with the saying, "Narmada Ke Kanker utte Sankar" (a popular saying in the Hindi belt of India), which means that ‘pebble stones of Narmada gets a personified form of Shiva’. These lingam shaped stones (cryptocrytalline quartz), called Banalinga also called (Banashivalingas) are much sought after for daily worship by the Hindus. The Brihadeeswara Temple in Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, constructed by Rajaraja Chola, has one of the biggest Banalingas. Adi Shankara met his guru Govinda Bhagavatpada on the banks of river Narmada.

BaaNa Lingam, and Sphatika Lingam are two frms of Shivalingam, kept for worship in homes, respectively of brownish black and white colours. They are not made but natural formations
Bana-Lingam

What is Bana Lingas ?



Many Vedic Scriptures propound that the natural Narmada Banalingas are self-manifest respresentations of Lord Shiva. What Salagramas are to Lord Maha Vishnu that Narmada Bana Lingas are to Lord Shiva.
The Bana Lingam is a most Sacred Symbol and Divine Energy Tool, both in the ancient and in this modern world and it comes with the loftiest frequency of vibrations (compared to any stone on Earth) and appears from only one place on the entire Planet of Earth - in the cradles of Holy River Narmada. The Bana Lingas are Swayambhu Shiva Lingas that have taken shape in the Sacred Narmada River, in the Central Western part of India. This is why the Bana Lingams are also known as the Narmada Banalingas or Narmadeshwar Shiva Lingas.


The Narmadha Bana Lingas became very famous throughout the world, after the film “Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom” was screened : this is the very same Sacred Stone that they were searching for !

The Shiva Lingas that are formed in the Narmada river contain Crypto Crystalline Quartz (masses made up of either fibrous or granular aggregates of tiny, microscopic Quartz Crystals) and a Gemstone material called Chalcedony (with an iron oxide and geothite inclusion) alongwith Basalt and Agate. This unique composition coupled with elliptical shape has a precise resonance in alignment with our Energy Centers or Chakras and are used for thousands of years as Divine Energy Generators for Cleansing, Healing and for Meditation. The Narmada Bana Lingas are quite strong and the hardness is a 7 on the Moe’s Scale.

The Narmada Bana Lingam’s upright egg shape represents the Pure Consciousness of Lord Shiva and the Holy Markings on the Sacred Stone represents the interactive aspect of Goddess Shakti, the Divine Seed which is fertilized to manifest the Creative Power in the Dance of the Cosmos. Together, they represent the Union of the Supreme Male and Supreme Female Energies - Shiva and Shakti. It should also be understood that the Narmada Shiva Lingam represents the Divine Blending of Knowledge (Shiva) and Wisdom (Shakthi).


the sacred altar for the Panchayatana worship.
Sun God Surya is represented by a crystal found in Vallam in Tamil Nadu. Mother Goddess Shakti is represented by the Swarnamukhi stone found in Swarnamukhi River in Andhra Pradesh. Vishnu is represented through Salagramas found only in the Ghantaki River in the Himalayas. Ganesha is represented by the red Shonabhadra stone found in the river bed of the Sone River flowing into the Ganges. Shiva is represented by the Bana Lingas found in the Narmada river bed near the island of Mandhata.


Vedic Legends about Origin of Narmada Bana Lingas :
The Asura Raja (Demon King) Bana was the eldest of the one hundred sons of Bali - Bali was the son of King Virochana, the grandson of Prahaladha (the famous devotee of Lord Maha Vishnu’s incarnation, Lord Narasimha) and the great grandson of King Hiranyakasipu. King Banasura himself was a great devotee of Lord Shiva and to seek the Divine Blessings of Lord Shiva, he performed severe penances for a long time, in the Holy Himalayas, invoking Lord Shiva’s favour. Finally Lord Shiva appeared in answer to his austerities and agreed to grant him a boon. Banasura wished for himself One Thousand Arms carrying a multitude of weapons to destroy his enemies and desired that Goddess Parvathi consider him as her own son - he was bestowed with what he asked. Drunk with power and arrogance, the Demon King started torturing all the three worlds. Honouring the requests of the Devas and Lord Indra, Lord Krishna (an incarnation of Lord Maha Vishnu) severed all the one thousand arms and the weapons they were holding, with his Sri Sudharsana Chakra, the Divine Discus. However, Lord Shiva honoured the Demon King (who was, inspite of being an Asura, was an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva) by giving him his own representation in the form of Swayambu (natural, self-manifest) Shiva Linga, hence the name Bana Linga.


What are the different types of Narmada Bana Lingas ?
 It is said that mainly there are nine types of Banalingas -
(a) Swayambhu - honey coloured with two dark rings
(b) Mrityunjaya - variegated colours with marks resembling spear and colis of matted hair
(c) Nilakantha - elongated and white coloured with a black spot
(d) Trilochana - white coloured with eye-like marks
(e) Kalagni Rudhra - lustrous and dark, stout with matted-hair like marks
(f) Tripurari - honey coloured with white marks resembling the sacrificial chord across and with lotus at the base
(g) Isana - clear crystal with the top twany brown and marks of a trident
(h) Ardhanariswara - white coloured on one side and red coloured on the other side
(i) Maha Kala - slightly red in hue, shining, stout and longish in shape

Do Bana Lingas require Strict Worship and Elaborate Rituals ?
Rigorous worship of any Sacred Object like the Narmada Bana Linga is always meritorious, but it is neither indispensable nor obligatory. The mere presence of a Narmadeshwar Shiva Lingam is said to grace its environment with harmony, mental peace, prosperity and protection. Regular worship of the Lingam with the Sacred Mantras, Vedic Suktams and Stotrams cause many intense and invisible effects. It is said that the sacred and powerful sounds from such mantras cause a powerful internal reverberation which is absorbed by the Bana Lingam. With consistent worship, this energy is slowly released and emitted to the surrounding environments, and is specially known to have the capacity to negate the accumulated karmic burdens of its worshipper - in other words, the Bana Lingam dissolves the negative karmic baggage (Praarabdha Karma) carried by the individual.

What are the benefits of having Bana Lingas ?

Bana Lingam, gives us protection, then He, Lord Shiva, takes unto Him those souls in whichever manner He wants. Showing a light through the Bana Lingam is taking the souls through the Jala Tattva. Till now the principle of Agni bothered the planet, now water will cause havoc.

Regular worship of the Narmada Bana Lingam with the sacred mantras cause many intense and invisible effects. It is said that the sacred and powerful sounds from such mantras cause a powerful internal reverberation, which is absorbed by the Bana Lingam. With consistent worship, this energy is slowly released and emitted to the surrounding environments, and is specially known to have the capacity to negate the accumulated karmic burdens of its worshipper; in other words, the Bana Lingam dissolves the negative karmic baggage (negative karma) carried by the individual.

The Sacred Narmada Shivalinga Stones can be used to remove negativity and harness and transmit harmonious vibrations throughout a home and office. A Mini Narmada Bana Linga can be carried by a person or worn around the neck as a Pendant to protect the person and also gain divine blessings.  

Thank:
http://www.karmacorrection.com/articles/sacred-narmada-banalingas
http://spiritualmessagefromtarashis.blogspot.in/2013/05/eight-banalinga.html
http://indianknowledgesystemacademy.blogspot.in/2013/03/narmada-bana-lingam.html
http://www.dattapeetham.com/india/talks/shivarathri1997.html

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

திருவண்ணாமலை ஞான உலா எதர்கு?

why we want go Thiruvannamalai "Gnana Ulaa' on 28-09-2014 [ SUNDAY ] ...

திருவண்ணாமலை ஞான உலா எதர்கு ?










ஓமலூர் ஸ்ரீ சிவ பிரபாகர் சித்த யோகி


அன்புடன் உலக மக்கள் அனைவரும் ஆனந்தமாய் வாழ வேண்டும்


கேரளா மாநிலம் ,ஓமலூர் . அமைந்து உள்ள . ஸ்ரீ சிவ பிரபாகர் சித்த யோகி சுவாமிசித்தர்க்கு ஆகஸ்ட் மாதம்(13-08-2014) புதன் கிழமை பிரதி மாதம் பூரட்டாதி நட்சத்திர தினத்தன்று காலை 9.30 மணிக்கு அபிஷகம்,ஆராதனை அன்னதானம் நடைபெறுவதால் அனைவரும் கலந்து கொண்டு ஸ்ரீ சிவ பிரபாகர் சித்த யோகி சுவாமி , திருவருள் மற்றும்ஆசிர்வாதம் பெற்று செல்லுமாறு கேட்டு கொள்கிறேன்
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Monday, August 11, 2014

Thiruvannamalai Thiruvasakam Mutrotha in Girivalam 2014

With our Guru wish's...


As like last year , our 2nd Annual event on 28-09-2014 [ SUNDAY ] in Thiruvannamalai  ...

Last year our Annual event on 22-09-2013 , Nandi Flag Hosted by chennai Sivapuram Adyarkal & Vallalar Adyarkal at ” Siva Siva mutt “ Ganthimathi amma illam, Thiruvannamalai  Manickavasagar Athi maram [wooden] statue decorator with flowers carrying by Adiyar Thirukoottam for Girivalam .. Annamaliaiyaar Girivalam stated with blessing by 'Sathguru Chadaiswamy Ashram' Thavathiru thiru padha swamigal and Tharangambadi Mathialagarnar Ayya and about 15 minutes “Kailayam vathiyam” [ Siva talam ] by 75 Adyarkal from 4 Adiyar Thirukoottam from  chennai kosi nagaram [koyambedu] ,salem , virudhachalam , rasipuram play in front "Raja gopram ".
  
Over 700 Adyarkal from varies Adiyar Thirukoottam from tamilnadu [ Thirukalukundram , Chennai , Madurai , Rasipuram , Dharmapuri , Hosur , Pondi , Rasipuram , Kanchipuram , Erode, Rajapalayam and other place too.. ] carrying Kungiliam smoke [sambrani smoke]  ... link ( http://Girivalam.. )


beginning event started in  pozhichalur Agatheeswarar temple on 29/7/2014..
















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Harimanikandan .V
ஹரிமணிகண்டன்


                 
ஓம் சிவசிவ ஓம்
Be Good & Do Good


Thursday, August 7, 2014

Siddhas of South India: Sadhu Chidambara Swamigal

The Jeeva Samadhi temple of Sadhu Chidambaram Swami, who is also known as "Valla Naattaar". A Jeeva Samadhi is when a saint or siddha is burried in samadhi while still living. Such locations are spiritually very powerful, as the saint continues to interact with devotees through his samadhi. I would like to narrate a few stories of this little known saint of South India, who entered Jeeva Samadhi in recent times.

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The samadhi of Sadhu Chidambaram Swami is situated within the region of his ancestral house. This is in a village called Paarai Kaadu (rock forest) that comes under the township of Valla Naadu. Valla Naattaar means a respectable person from Valla Naadu.

Two of the great gopurams in the third enclosure of Tiruvannamalai temple were built by kings of the Valla Nadu dynasty. Valla Nadu used to be the capital of a great kingdom during the late 17th century. It is still believed that there are forts and palaces buried under present Valla Nadu. The township comes under Tuticorin district but it is closer to Tirunelveli city, just 28 kms on the way to Tuticorin.

Not having facility to go for education, Chidambaram was entrusted with the village herd of sheep. His father was a simple village doctor who could cure diseases with herbs and leaves collected from nearby forests. His parents were very saintly and the village people respected Chidambaram’s father as a sadhu.

As a child, people have seen unearthly cobras around Chidambaram as he slept under trees, while the herd was grazing. When his friends came back from school they always gathered around Chidambaram who would give them sheep’s milk in coconut shells and would talk to them about godly principles of life, using a level of language the children could understand. There were times when he fed the cobra and gave remnants to his friends, who became scared and wouldn't accept them. Chidambaram would smilingly drink the milk and would tell them, "By taking these remnants, you will become free from danger of any poison."

As he reached teenage, Chidambaram left the village on a long pilgrimage to different holy places. He wore kaupinam and a white cloth which came down to his knees, sometimes he was clean shaven, both head and face and other times with long hair and beards.

He took Vallalar, Ramalinga Adigalar, the author of Tiruvarutpa ("song of holy blessing"), as his Guru, even though they were not contemporaries. He used to chant Vinayakar Agaval (a composition of the lady Tamil poet Avvayar), and a small prayer composed by Chakizhaar known as ‘Siva Puranam’, which is the shortest summary of the Tamil Siva Puranam done by the same author, and different verses of Tiruvarutpa. Seeing the effulgent pilgrim, people gathered around him in different temples. If anyone would fall at his feet, he would also fall at their feet. Embarrassed, people would just fold their hands and respect him. The sadhu responded the same way. Apart from conversing with loving and affectionate words, he never gave any sermons.

On his sojourn he came to a village near Udumalaipet in Palani district. Seeing a high hill in the area, he was mysteriously attracted and wanted to build steps to the top and arrange there a monthly Jyothi as done in Tiruvannamalai. The invocation in Tiruvarutpa, which is always chanted like a mantra

a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that manifest spiritual power when chanted'); return false">mantra by the followers of Vallalaar, is:


arut perum jyothi, arut perum jyothi
thanipperum karunai arut perum jyothi


This couplet means, "Supreme grace light, supreme grace light, shower your compassion on us, supreme grace light."

He approached a farmer Naachiappa Gounder and asked his help for building the steps. Gounder was sceptical about the sadhu. Chidambaram allured him by saying that he would cure the skin disease which Gounder had been suffering from for a long time, even after trying English and native medicines.

A committee was formed and construction began. Sadhu worked hand in hand with the laborers and accepted frugal food. The construction was finished within a very short time. The day before amavasya, as guided by the sadhu, they filled up a huge barrel wok with 50lt of oil(a mixture of gingely, coconut, mustard, castor oils, and ghee). Ten long dhothis were tied together to make a long wick, which was then lit on fire.

Seeing the jyothi in the dark night, lots of people from nearby villages assembled. Prasadam was cooked to feed everyone who came. The sadhu requested that this ceremony be done every month. Next morning, seeing that all this time the sadhu never did anything for curing his ailment, Gounder used very harsh words, calling the sadhu a cheat. While climbing down the hill, smilingly Chidambaram took out from above his right ear some Durba grass and told Gounder to boil it over night in 3 liters of water till it reduced to 2 cups. Even though the grass mystically appeared on his ear, he also pulled out a plant from a nearby bush, and told that the root of that plant should be boiled together in that water. Gounder was supposed to drink the water in the morning and to make a paste from the root to apply on his palms.

Having done his service for the people of the area Chidambaram went on his way that afternoon. On the third day, not only did Gounder’s ailment disappear totally, but also the root disappeared. This and a few more experiences were narrated to me in person by Gounder who is now 92 years old, but hale and healthy.

After establishing a similar jyothi service on 6 main mountains, and six subsidiary hills, Chidambaram returned home. On the insistence of his parents he married. Before the marriage he requested the girl to be a vanaprastha and she agreed.

One day a single tusked elephant showed up in front of the house and sadhu kept him as a friend for over 11 years. The head of the dead elephant is kept in the meditation room cured with some technique suggested by Sadhu Chidambaram.

Another time a large baby elephant came from the forest and was kept as pet by sadhu. He grew up into a huge elephant, attracting all the pilgrims who came to feed him. After the Jeeva Samadhi of Sadhu, the elephant fasted till death, and was buried close to the Samadhi.

The Samadhi day of Swami Chidambaram is celebrated on the full moon day of the Tamil month Maasi, (around the end of February). Almost 100,000 devotees gather each year. Everyone is fed sumptuously for three days.

At all of the Jyothi hills established by Swami, 500 to 1000 people are fed on the Deepam day (once a month). In the Samadhi temple every day the senior men and women of the village are fed along with all the guests who visit (around fifty each day).

The repeated words to devotees by sadhu are : "Do the paaraayana of Vinayagar Agaval, Sivapurana and Arut Perum Jothi. Do annadaanam. Light the jyothi on these hills and also at your home. Live a simple and pure life".
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One time he was traveling along with Swami Chidambaram in a jeep to attend a religious program. On the way the jeep ran out of petrol and stopped. The driver didnt know what to do, as they were some distance from a city. Sadhu Chidambaram asked the driver if he had a bottle of water. The driver replied that they had a two liter bottle of water.

Swami told him to pour the water into the petrol tank, and then drive till they came to a petrol bunk. At the petrol bunk he should pay the owner for two liters of petrol. The driver did as Swami told and poured the water into the petrol tank. Amazingly, the jeep started and they were able to drive. After some time they came to a petrol bunk, and the driver informed the owner of what had happened and asked to pay for two liters of petrol. The owner took inventory of their petrol supply and found there was a shortage of two liters of petrol.

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

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திண்டுக்கல்மாவட்டம் கன்னிவாடி அருகில் உள்ள கே,மணியக்காரன்பட்டியில், அமைந்துள்ள ஸ்ரீ,ல,ஸ்ரீ,ராம நாராயண சடைசாமி சித்தர் பீடத்தின் 8, ம் ஆண்டு குருபூஜை,08 -08-2014,அன்று நடைபெறஉள்ளது, மதியம் 12 மணிக்கு அன்னதானம் நடைபெறும்.