Kodimaran Wakes Up After 10 Years – Going to Iraivan

It was in 2009 that a giant tall teak tree was harvested and purchased in Karnataka. It came to our site for carving and arrived in Nawiliwili harbor on December the 17th, 2009. From there he was placed into hibernation, in the "Loha Guha" (a giant metal QUONSET HUT warehouse at the Aadheenam.) Today after ten years, the pole is on the move, soon to be the Dhvajasthambham or Kodimaram of Iraivan.


2 Responses to “Kodimaran Wakes Up After 10 Years – Going to Iraivan”

  1. Ramai Santhirapala says:

    Mikka mahalos for sharing this joyous news. The Eye of the eye awakens and another auspicious milestone in the journey if Iraivan. Ever inspired by the dynamism and industrious efforts of All at the Aadheenam performed with a heart full of love – ever the example to us all. Aum Namah Sivaya.

  2. Rajesh says:

    Kodimaram is strong and steady … Wow

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