Monday, January 01, 2007

Pranava Vimanam and Thirumana thoon

After receiving blessings from thayar, above is the view while coming around the EmperumAn moolavar vimnam. Here moolavar thirunAmam "Sri Andalakkum Aiyyan" and Utsavar thirunAmam "Azhagiya ManavAlan" which is same as in Sri Rangam. The moolavar perumal is also in bhujanga sayanam as in Sri Rangam but with "Marakkal and ezhuthAni" - Hence "Aandalakkum".

The "Thirumana thoon" - two pillars inside the garbhagraham which is same as in Sri Rangam is the uniqueness in this divyadesam. Only in Sri Rangam and ThiruAdhanur inside the garbhagraham near the moolavar, there are two pillars called "Thirumana thoon". As we know this is used to grip ourselves from fall on ground, when we have darshan of EmperumAn. HE is such a beauty !!! Please don't miss to touch this thirumana thoon at this divyadesam.

The moolvar vimanam - "Pranava Vimanam" is same as in Sri Rangam. But the shape of the vimanam is different here in ThiruAdhanur divyadesam.

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