Krittika Deepam and Iraivan’s Avudaiyar

Aum Namah Sivaya.

It is so true that "everything was finish long ago."

While we don't always plan the timing for certain events related to Iraivan, the temple has its own magical way of making things happen. Though not originally planed, after many years the Avudaiyar was moved from storage into Iraivan Temple on Skanda Shasti day. Just a few days ago, the siplis and the monks of the Siddhidatta Kulam were able to make the final move of the Avudaiyar on Krittika Deepam day, a major Saiva puja day and a festival closely associated with Iraivan Temple.

For the next few thousand years or more it will be here!

6 Responses to “Krittika Deepam and Iraivan’s Avudaiyar”

  1. Holly Young says:

    Beautiful! Wonderful! Congratulations to all of us.

  2. vinaya alahan says:


    I am grateful to see this happening on the physical plane at last! Thanks to everyone who is helping to make this happen.

    Aum Namah Sivaya!

  3. Adi Srikantha says:

    Aum Namasivaya!

    Kudos to the team,
    the team!

  4. Rajendra Giri says:

    Aum Namah Shivay!!!!!

  5. Vatshalan says:

    What a wonderful demonstration of willpower and the power of purpose, plan, persistence, push and prayer. Inspiring us to keep striving on our own inner projects. Nandri!

  6. Kamala Guhan says:

    What a joyous moment! Aum Namah Sivaya!

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