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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Spider and Elephant worshipped Lord Jambukeswarar at Thiruvanaikoil Temple.

Spider and Elephant worshipped Lord Jambukeswarar at Thiruvanaikoil Temple.

சிவ லிங்கத்தின் மேல் வலை பின்னி சிலந்தியும், யானை துதிக்கை மூலம், நீரும்,பூவும் கொண்டுவந்து திருவானைக்கோயில் சிவலிங்கத்தை வழி பட்டன.

The Thiruvanaikoil is around three kilometers away from the heart of Trichy city and adjacent to Srirangam another small historic town and one of the holy places in India. This ancient temple dedicated to Shiva (Jambukeswara) and Parvati (Akhilandeswari) is one of the foremost Saivite shrines in Tamilnadu. This large temple celebrates Shiva as Jambukeswara, an embodiment of the element water and is often referred to as Appustalam and is hence one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalams.

The Sri Jambukeshwara Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva and has five concentric walls and seven gopurams. It is built around a Siva lingam partly submerged in water that comes from a spring in the sanctum sanctorum. The presiding deity is Lord Siva as Kalahasteeswarar. The Siva Linga here is one of the five supreme Lingas representing the five elements (Panchabutha Lingams): water (appu), fire (tejas), air (vayu), ether (akash) and earth (prithivi). Nearby was a tank called Chandratheertha which was filled by water from the river Cauvery. Lord shiva appeared as a Lingam under one of the trees. The lingam came to be called the Jambulingam. Due to a curse, two of the shiva ganas Pushpadanta and Malyava, were born in the forest as a white elephant and as a spider. The elephant worshipped the Lingam with flowers and with water brought in its trunk.

 The spider too worshipped the Lingam, spinning out a web over the Lingam to prevent leaves of the tree from falling on it. The spider's web appeared to be unclean for the elephant and it destroyed the web. This lead to big clash between the two and ultimately resulted in their death. Lord shiva granted Mokshaa (salvation) to both. The spider was born in a royal Chola family as the great king Ko Chenkannan who built about 70 temples (Maadakovils) including the temple of Jambukeswarar at Tiruvanaika. Because the king remembered about his earlier birth, he built the temples in a way that no elephant can enter the sanctum sancotrum and come near the Sivalingam.

Lord Jambukeswarar and Mother Akilandeswari are blessing the devotees whoever comes and worship them.






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