The sacred Tamilnadu Temples

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Finally, the time has arrived for shedding the laborious work pressure load and get ready to hit the road for the much delayed vacation which you and your family have been looking for. No sooner did you get the symbol for your vacation break; you clear up the mess and bring out pen and paper in order to jot down the things which you have been craving to do for a long set of time and the exotic destinations where you want to visit along with your near and dear ones. Now all you need is the names of the tourist destinations and comfortable accommodations – that would give value for your money and once-in-a-lifetime vacation a memorable one.

The Tamilnadu Temples is going to affluence you with the religion, spiritual culture of the region. The sanctity of the temples will induce in your mind religious thoughts and ideas. Your inner self will be elevated from the mundane world. Tourists with varied interest floods in to this state. Be it a historian studying the architects on the body the temples or the honeymoon couples or the travelers, Tamilnadu Temples caters the interest of all. Tamilnadu is the seat of various gods and goddess .But among all the Arupadai temple and Navagraha temple is frequently visited by the tourists. It’s always better to know about the place before hand. In this article you will know about the Arupadai Veedu Temples and Navagraha Temples. The Arupadai Veedu tour and Navagraha tour is helpful in knowing the pasts of the temples.

The Navagraha Temples
The simplicity of the Navagraha Temple Tour will engross you. With this tour you will be able to visit the shrines of Navagraha. The temples are scatteredly situated in different parts of the country. According to history
Navagraha Temples is the seat of two sets of gods. Sun being the prime one and other gods are the partakers. The Hindu lord “Surya” or the Sun is devoted to the Graham and other partaker gods are dedicated to Hindu lord Shiva. Lord Surya accompanied with the other gods is worshipped at the Surya temple. The navagraha temples decks up with joy in the festive months and other occasions according to the Hindu calendar.

Arupadai Veedu Temples
The alphabets though differ in Aru padai veedu or Aarupadai veedu or Arupadaiveedu, yet they convey the same meaning sacred temples of lord Karthikeya. Arupadai Veedu Temples are sited near the Ashtalakshmi temple. The architectures of the Arupadai Veedu temples offer magnificence and unparallel finery.After learning about the Tamilnadu temples and tours associated with it, then not going there will be an act of foolishness. So, do not miss the opportunity and retaliate later.

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This article was published on 2011/07/22