A New Sight at the Monastery Entrance

Aum Namah Sivaya

Recently we installed a granite replica of the amazing Iraivan Temple Crystal Sivalingam. This carving was sent to us along with a previous shipment of temple stones. The Lingam used to be displayed at the carving site in Bengaluru where the silpis could perform a puja to it before beginning work on their sacred task for the day. For several years it has sat next to Iraivan Temple, waiting for a good place to be moved to. The eventual goal is to have it placed at the future Visitors' Center. For now it has been placed next to the monastery entrance where all visitors can see it and get an understanding of the size and shape of the real crystal that is nearby in Kadavul Temple. Om.


5 Responses to “A New Sight at the Monastery Entrance”

  1. Pethuraja says:

    “AUM SIVAYA AUM”!.

  2. Padmini Samuthiran says:

    It is sooo beautiful. Love it. AUM

  3. Manick Rajen says:

    Very beautiful and inspiring! Aum.

  4. Shebabrata Shaha says:

    It’s nice and beautiful. Very inspiring. Aum Tat Sat

  5. Rajendra Giri says:

    Aum Nmah Shivaya!

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