New Garden for Siva

Siva will have a new desert garden in the months ahead. It is a 60-foot six-sided star and it will be planted with cacti, succulents and all manner of arid plants. The Shadkonam is an ancient Hindu sacred symbol, the intertwining of Siva and Shakti. It is also the symbol for air and Vayu, the God of Air. Vayu rules the Northwest corner of any vastu space, so of course He has a presence here. The slideshow tells the unfolding story of the Shadkonam Garden in the Northwest corner of Iraivan Temple.


5 Responses to “New Garden for Siva”

  1. Sheela says:

    Amazing … such love and care … Aum AUM

  2. Muthu says:

    Nice

  3. Barathy says:

    Wow! Impressive idea 💡 🙏😊

  4. lutcheemee Curpen says:

    Beautiful concept and design. Can’t wait to see the finished garden. Aum

  5. Rajendra Giri says:

    Om Namah Shivay!

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