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www.arunachaleswarartemple.tnhrce.in/
https://tiruvannamalai.nic.in
https://www.sriramanamaharshi.org/
https://www.oldindianphotos.in/2012/06/annamalaiyar-temple-arunachaleswarar-in.html
http://www.tamilnadutourism.org/

Important book about Tiruvannamalai in Pdf
Tiruvannamalai in Pdf
who am i ramana maharishi
Ramana Maharishi






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Saints of Tiruvannamalai

Arunagirinaadhar (Aruna-giri-naadhar, Tamilஅருணகிரிநாதர்) was a Tamil great saint-poet who lived during the 15th century in Tamil Nadu, India. He was the creator of Thiruppugazh ( meaning "Holy Praise" or "Divine Glory"), a book of poems in Tamil in praise of the Saivam God Murugan.

Seshadri Swamigal was born on January 22, 1870. As a child he had spontaneous trances. At age four Seshadri received his nickname, 'Golden Hand'





David Godman is the world's foremost researcher and scholar of Sri Ramana Maharshi's life and teachings. He has written or edited 16 books and numerous articles about Sri Ramana, Sri Ramana's direct disciples



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Mooku Podi Siddhar மூக்கு பொடி சித்தர் is a sage who is living in Thiruvannamalai . He used to go for Girivalam (Mountain Walk) daily. Girivalam - Mountain Walking the Holy Hill Arunachala is considered as the Auspicious activity by the devotees of Lord Shiva. We can able to see Mooku Podi Siddhar around Girivalam Paths especially near Ramana Ashram, Seshadri Ashram, Veera Anjaneyar Temple. He doesn't accept any offerings from devotees. Some times, he used to get Mooku Podi (Tobacco Powder) from his devotees. He supposed to be siddhar and his blessings  is considered very auspicious




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