Travel Blogs from Kanchipuram
... However, from what I have seen in their temples over the past few days, it has given me a new meaning to the phrase "If you talk the talk, you should walk the walk." Now, being more spiritual than religious over the past few years, I find that ceremony and tradition are rules that I want to break. If someone tells me that something is to be taken as fact and yet has no real proof, except that their "faith" told them so, I am a sceptic. However, stories in religion are silly, ...
... flick your lights on and off, full-beam, half-beam, full-beam, half-beam, six, eight, a dozen times to make absolutely sure no-one has confused you with an illuminated building, or a rather large firefly, or a moving lighthouse. When two cars face each other down on an open stretch of road, it is not acceptable to pass each other until both drivers are thoroughly blinded with sunspots. With the bend scenario, it is more important that you perform this ritual of ...
... guru of Thiruporur Adhinam Srimad Chidambara Swamy who was an ardent worshipper of "Madurai Meenakshi Amman" had a vision of the Goddess bidding him to build a temple for Lord Muruga at Thiruporur. This happened when the savant challenged the Goddess that he would not eat until she graced him with her vision. Many ...
... disciple Valli Malai Balananda Sadhu, whose renown as a friend of Pongi Amma and exponent of Tiruppukazhsongs has been spreading across the world of Murugan devotees. Balananda Sadhu has single-handedly restored the delapitated Vallimalai Satchidananda Tiruppukazh Ashram and turned it into a model ashram ...
... young family from Bangalore. The mom from Kolkata took real liking of me and she treated my like a daughter. She also had just one daughter, 20 years of age, studying computer science in college. The dad worked as a software engineer and had travelled all around the world including the United States. The family had a chance to move abroad but the mom Ruma insisted on staying in India as she puts it "I love my country".
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487, Gandhi Road, Kanchipuram | 3 star hotelfrom $45
275, East Coast Road, Kanchipuram | 3 star hotelfrom $63
No. 65-66, Nellukara Street, Kanchipuram | Hotelfrom $22
No. 504,Gandhi Road, Kanchipuram | Hotelfrom $24
Kanchipuram | Hotelfrom $4