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Palani Hill TempleEverthrough there are so many famous temples in tamilnadu. The temple at palani is more famous and old than all the temples. Palani is situated amidst  of the natural beauty. Palani is known as siddhan valvu. The vaigapuri nadu and pothini. As Lord Muruga argued with his parents for a fruit of knowledge and reached palani, to stay the place is called after it ‘Palam +  nee’. We learn this through the myths.


If one wants to attain the state of God wherever, he does Dapas, atleast once. He should do Dapas at Palani or else he may not attain the state. It is because of that only the siddha’s, yogi’s, gnani’s, rishi’s, muni’s have been doing Dapas at palani in disguise as satha’s and beggars. The ordinary human cannot recognized who they are?


There is yet another feather to the crown of palany they are Shri Boghar who travelled all over the world and attained Jeeva Samadhi at palani and many more siddha’s attain Jeeva Samadhi at palani where subtle powers of the siddha’s prevailing. Palani receives 90% of power from the planet mars. Palani is also called the place of wars because, it is belived through atronomy, when any distraction occurs to the earn it will be the mars which may protect the earth from destruction.

 

Geography

Palani Hill TempleA most impressive back-drop to the town is formed by the picturesque slopes of an offshoot of the Western Ghauts, the Palni Hills, whereon lies the esteemed hill-station of Kodaikanal. The ranges extending east-west, to the south of the town, frame the town presenting a most inimitable sight. The view within the town is dominated by the two hills, Sivagiri and Sakthigiri, on the former of which lies the famous and much resorted to temple of Lord Subrahmanyan as Bala-Dhandaayudhapaani (translated as, the young lord wielding a mace).

 

At the foot of the hills lie several lakes, the largest of which, the Vaiyyapuri Kolam, used, in days past, to serve as the primary water reservoir to the inhabitants of the town. At its greatest expanse during and immediately after the monsoons rains, the lake drains to the Shanmughanadi, a short distance from the town. Though shrunken in expanse due to encroachments and overgrown with weeds, the lake still remains an extensive water sheet during the rainy season.

 

The Shanmughanadi, a tributary of the River Amaravathi, takes its source on the slopes of the Palni Hills and runs not very far from the town. On this river, a few short kilometres from the suburbs, in the lower reaches of the Palni Hills, is built the Varadhaman Nadi Dam, which supplies the town with its supply of fresh water. Although Palani lies in a geologically stable area, construction of a dam at Idukki, in neighbouring Kerala State, has been known to cause tremors occasionally.

 

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