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Arunachalam Temple is an important Shaivite temple dedicated to Lord Shiva which is located in the town of Thiruvannamalai in Tamil Nadu. It is significant of Saivism as one of the temples associated with the five elements, the Pancha Bhoota Stalas, and specifically the element of fire, or Agni. Lord Shiva here at Annamalai temple is worshipped with the name Arunachaleswara or Annamalaiyar and Goddess Parvati is celebrated as Unnamalai Amman. Lord Shiva is worshipped in his Lingam form which is called as Agni Lingam. One of the well known traditions, here at the temple is “Giri Valam”. As per the tradition, one has to worship Lord by making rounds of mountain and the temple. A gigantic lamp is lit on the top of the mountain and the temple to observe the festival of Karthigai and devotees from across the country come here to dive into the celebration of the festival. Eight Lingas, one for each of the eight directions has been incarnated in the path of the Girivalam.

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Places to visit in and around Thiruvannamalai:

Thiruvannamalai boasts of its religious attractions and especially Annamalaiyar Temple. Indeed, it is the sacred spiritual aura that draws people to this destination in Tamil Nadu. Those looking for getaway to a scenic place around the city, also has some incredible options like Javadu Hills.

Annamalaiyar Temple:

This temple is one of the most important temples located in the Arunachala Hills of Thiruvannamalai. The temple dedicated to one of the several forms of Lord Shiva that is Arunachaleswarar, is considered one of the holy elements or Panchabhoota. The Annamalaiyar Temple is considered as one of the temples associated with the Agni or Fire element of the Pancha Bhoota Stalas or the five elements and is significant to the Hindu sect of Shaivism. The priests perform the temple rituals very stringently six times a day and are always punctual. In the region, Lord Shiva is also known as Annamalaiyar or Arunachaleswarar. His idol is referred to as Agni Lingam and Goddess Parvati is referred to as Unnamalai Amman. The other four temples located here are Kalahasti (wind), Tiruvanaikka (water), Kanchipuram (Earth) and Chidambaram (Space). The temple consists of pillars decorated with ancient scriptures and images that of the ancient era. The inscriptions on the walls are mostly of the ancient rules and history of the place. Major festivals celebrated here include the Krithika Deepam, which is a light festival celebrated in the month of Krithika and Thiruvoodal festival.

Ramana Ashram:

The Ramana Ashrama is famous for having served as home to the modern sage and Advaita Vedanta philosopher, Ramana Maharshi, from the year 1922, until his death in the year 1950. The Samadhi shrine of Maharshi Ramana continues to attract devotees from all over, who love to visit the place to relax and refresh themselves. The Ramana Ashram is the perfect place to be at not just for those interested in Vedanta, but also for those who are curious about Indian spirituality and wish to learn more about it.

Sathanur Dam:

This breathtaking structure has been built over River Thenpennai (River Pennaiyar) flowing through the Chennakesava Hills in Thandarampet Taluk. The reservoir is called the Sathanur Reservoir and is considered as one of the major dams in the state. It is a quiet and beautiful location for tourists. Exotic landscape, Children Park with a mini-zoo and a Crocodile farm run by the State Forest Department are some added attraction to the Dam area for both Children and Elders as well.

Gingee Fort:

Gingee Fort is located in Villupuram District of Tamil Nadu. Locals have given the fort some notable names such as Senji, Chenji, Jinji or Senchi Fort. The majestic fort has three different hilltop citadels and a massive boundary of thick walls and cliffs. Owing to its enormous structure the fort is fortified to the extent that Shivaji, the Maratha king, named it as the “most impregnable fortress in India. As you reach the fort, you realise that it has been located at the most strategic location which made it difficult for the enemies to enter its premise. The fort indeed is a result of genius minds. Out of the three citadels situated atop, the most unchallenging to reach is Krishnagiri which rises on the north side of the road. To the west is the highest of the three, Rajagiri, and the most distant and least compelling is Chakklidurg which lies in the south-east direction. The remnants of the Gingee fort and their dramatic beauty form a peaceful setting making it a very worthwhile spot. You surely are going to return with some fantastic pictures and a rich sense of history.

Virupaksha Cave:

Virupaksha Cave located in Thiruvannamalai was the abode of the saint Virupaksha Deva in the 14th century. It is believed that saint Virupaksha spent most of his life in this cave. It is now famous as the abode of Ramana (Venkataraman) Maharshi. The Maharshi stayed in the cave and meditated for about 17 years from 1899 to 1916. People still come to meditate in the cave. The cave is essentially an ashram in the shape of a perfect ‘OM’ located on the eastern slope of the famous Arunachala hill. It is perched on a small peak just below the Skandasram cave. There are two routes to reach the Virupaksha cave. One is through Ramana Ashram. The other option is to walk from Thiruvannamalai Temple to the cave. There are also some trekking routes in the area.

Javadu Hills:

In order to find the best of nature around Thiruvannamalai, head some 75 km from the city to witness the majestic Javadu hills area. Adorned with scenic hills, the area houses must-see attractions like Beema Falls, Komutteri Lake, Kavalur Observatory, Amirthi Forest, and the Glass House.

Padaveedu:

Also known as the village of temples, Padaveedu is located at a short distance of 35 km from Thiruvannamalai. Apart from its big and small temples, visitors have the chance to witness the remnants of the 13th century palace of the Sambuvarayars who were chieftains of the Chola Empire.

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