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Thirunakshatra Mahotsavam of Vardhamaana Sri Mudaliyandan Swami

 “Thirunakshatra Mahotsavam of Vardhmana Sri Mudaliyandan Swamy“. to  be celebrated on Dec 9th, Sunday from 8:30 am onwards, @ “Ramanuja Koodam“, Old No 12, New No 18, Kesava Perumal Sannadhi Street, Mylapore, Chennai 600004.

Programme:- Samashrayanam, Sevakalam Sattumarari (Thiruvaimozhi Nootriandadhi, Upadesarathinamala, Dhaati Panchakam), Sri Padha theertham & Prasadam. 

Request all sishyas/abhimanis to participate in the Mahotsavam and seek Acharyan’s blessings.

Please find below the Invitation:

Sri Mudaliyandan Swami Thirumaligai are situated at:

1. Singaperumal Koil 
2. Srirangam
3. Thirunaryanapuram,Melkote
4. Srivilliputtur
5. Kancheepuram and 
6. Velecherry,Chennai.

Varthamana Acharyan stays often at Singaperumal Koil Thirumaligai Location. One can pay his respects to Varthamana acharyan at the following Address

Sri Mudaliyandan Swami Thirumaligai,
4/115,
Sannadhi Street,
Singaperumal Koil,
Chenglpet District
Tamil Nadu.
Pin 603204.

Mobile : 91711 12050 , 96294 18994

www.mudaliandan.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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