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Court Hill’s Big Surprise

Off the visiting swamis went to a marvelous temple famed for being in an area with lots of judges and lawyers who would go to Ganesha's shrine before their cases to get blessings and guidance.

One of the remarkable thing here is they do 108 or 1008 conch abhishekam everyday! Morning and afternoon! On this day it was 1008. They say there is a siddhar interred beneath a bilva tree trunk that sits right in the temple chamber (it was there before the temple was built and they did not want to remove it, though it is no longer living).

We had been told to expect a small surprise, but it turned out to not be small at all, as you will see in the slide show.

3 Responses to “Court Hill’s Big Surprise”

  1. Pethuraja says:


  2. Sankuthi says:

    Jai Ganesha!
    Thank you Swamis for this post. Yellow in Tamil means MANGALAM! A song sung by my late father and a group of bhajan singers in our village temples in Araly, Jaffna, Sri Lanka, ringing joyfully in my ears for over seven decades … “Mangalam Aruluga Iyangara Muthalee, ” Humblest pranams to our Glorious Lord Ganesha, Thank you Lord Ganesha!
    Aum Namasivaya
    Sivayanama Aum

  3. SriLakshmi Rathakrishnan says:

    Aum Namasivayam 🙏🙏🙏

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