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Mauritius Visit 2023– Sevaka Appreciation

They are amazing, giving long hours each week and month to manage the homa (attended by 4-5,000 each month on the first Sunday), hold Saiva Siddhanta classes, host Zoom teaching sessions, make garlands, guide visitors, maintain and enhance the landscape, and more.

Paramacharya gave each one a "ponnadai." The ponnadai is a ceremonial shawl that is draped over someone to honor or appreciate them for their achievements or contributions. It is often presented at weddings, religious ceremonies, and public events to show respect and admiration. They certainly deserve this honoring. Thank you, one and all. You made our week, our month, our year.

5 Responses to “Mauritius Visit 2023– Sevaka Appreciation”

  1. Pethuraja says:


  2. arni says:

    Vaazthugal from Mumbai to the devoted thondars of the Mauritian pilliar temple. Blessed are the Siva thondars of the Aadeenam.

  3. Srilakshmi Rathakrishnan says:

    Aum Namasivayam 🙏🙏🙏

  4. deva seyon says:

    POWERFUL: Many thousands come to pray, to supplicate the Gods for help and worship. A life worth living! Then there are the few. The little band behind most temples who clean and sparkle the shrines, build, dig holes, plant trees, prepare the prasad, roll up their sleeves and make welcome the many who come. This picture is so very potent, and a celebration of that tiny group of Souls who don’t seek the spotlight unless a Great Soul comes to visit and says “Let’s take a family picture”!

  5. deva seyon says:

    AND, in this AMAZING case – present the teachings that lead from darkness to light!

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