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    Lord Shiva has a total of 66 manifestations, with Arthanaareeswarar as the 22nd Manifestation.
    The idol of Arthanaareeswarar, which symbolises equality between men and women, does not present any particular face or image for worship.
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    As a brand new practice, during the Archana session of the Almighty, the first cants are an ode to the femininity of the goddess Ambigai, and the consecutive chants are in praise of the masculinity of Lord Shiva.
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    The Perumal Idol present without a Peetham seen here is the only one of kind, and cannot be viewed anywhere else.
    This shrine is blessed by the Divine Grace of Birungi Maharishi. The physical form of the three legged sage is etched onto the right side of the idyllic form of Arthanaareeswarar.
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    The holy mountain spread across 350 acres of landscape and more than 2000 feet above sea level, accommodating the holy temple at height of 650 feet from the ground and standing upright like a majestic vision above a leading stairway of 1206 steps.
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    Usually, all temples are shut down during an eclipse, and opened and cleansed after the eclipse. However, this special temple is not kept closed during any eclipse.
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    In this shrine Lord Muruga adorns the name of Sengotuvelavan, holding the spear in his right hand and a rooster close to his hip in his left hand, standing majestically, facing east. This is the only place where the Lord Muruga can be witnessed in this form.
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    The Vel spear in Lord Muruga’s hand is noticed to be a few inches taller, above the head of the idol. This is unlike other shrines of Muruga, where the spear will most certainly be shorter than the idol’s head. This unique and wonderful form of the Lord Muruga present at Tiruchengode is one of its kind and found nowhere else in the entire world.
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    The idol of Arthanaareeswarar, which symbolises equality between men and women, does not present any particular face or image for worship.
    The idol’s composition is mixed with a herb called Venpasanam [white elixir] which has magical healing properties.


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