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Announcing Shivalam: New Shiva Temple Project in Madhvadi Village

Congratulations!!!  Shree Raja Rajeshwar devasthan foundation take this opportunity to announce the project of new Shiva Mandir (Shivalam) of Panchamahabhootham, with distinctive and unique features.  We are planning to build a Shiva Temple (Shivalayam) of Param Shiva.  Locations are planned at Madhvadi Village, Taluka Murbad, District Thane.

 

The name Shivle is named after and originated from Lord Shiva.  About 1000 years ago, the first temple in the Asian continent was the Pragatheeswarar temple located in Thanjavur district in Tamil Nadu.  The temple has gained world fame and is standing majestically even today.  Temples are usually built by kings who ruled the country.  This temple was built by  Raja Chola named Arunmozhi Varman.  In our temple, behind the Moolavar in this temple, we are planning to do prana pratishta with a stone called Ashtanaga Bandham Yantra, which was worshiped by Sage Sri Agasthiyar 5000 years ago.  Similarly, Sri Amarnath Swami Guruji, a descendant of  Raja Chola who built this temple, is ready to build this new temple with the blessings of Panchamahabhuthas and Sri Agasthya, Lobamudra Devi as per Agama Shastra.  This project requires a lot of efforts and funds with blessings.  Contribution in terms of financial and material will be greatly appreciated to make this project a success.  Financial assistance can attract income tax benefits and blessings of Lord Shiva.

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