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Kadavul’s Tiruvasi

The ancient Silpashastras describe the archway that is one of the ornaments of the Deity in a temple or shrine. It is called Tiruvasi, and it represents the Cosmic Sphere in which Siva dances or another deity abides. The flames are consciousness and the fierce face at the top is Mahakala, Lord of Time who ultimately devours all.

The two tiruvasis in Kadavul were made many years back under the supervision of Jiva Rajasankara. Since he is on pilgrimage here, he undertook the refurbishing of the hammered metal arches, which had become a bit worn and weary, as this do over time. It took several days and they were reinstalled last night. See the slideshow for the short story.


3 Responses to “Kadavul’s Tiruvasi”

  1. Pethuraja says:

    “AUM”!.

  2. SriLakshmi Rathakrishnan says:

    Aum Namasivayam 🙏🙏🙏

  3. Easan says:

    Great to see how experts reveal such golden splendor — an inspiration to work on our shrine room kuttuvillakkku

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