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  • Maybe as members of this group we can second that letter. I live mostly at
    Bangalore but If there is a way to do it, you can count me in.
  • Dear Vj,

    The belur sculpture doesnt have tail but normal legs, is the other avathar's
    also like this in belur? But the kayal's eye is like fish's eye.
  • Shadow at noon? when the sun is right up above the tower? Is the basic
    physics of this query right?
  • Nice detailed reply. Something worth cataloguing and filing.Thanks
  • Dear Satish,

    Good question, our specialists may enlighten us whether we had a system of
    buying and selling slaves.

    Before that you just go through this link
    in which sEkkizhAr mentions "nAdiya adimai viRRum(vitrum)".
  • Satish,

    I would like to remind you the Sundara murthy nayanar's "Pitha pirai
    soodi...." song, when he sung after his slavery was confirmed by
    thiruvennainallur pithan (sivan).
  • Vj and RV,

    Which Uriayur is the one mentioned here. Is this the one in Trichy or
    it is some thing else?
  • hi,

    i will be in chennai mid of december and planning a few trips around
    Tanjore, Kumbakonam, coimbatore, madurai and tiruparankundram. If members
    can recommend a few good sites to visit ( am not spiritual and the interests
    are more for sculptural beauty) would be very helpful to me
  • Vj,

    I don't know how long you will stay in Madurai, there is a nice Perumal Temple in Thadikombu near Dindigul and the Dindigul Fort. If you have not visited the fort, it may be a good place to stop.
  • Dear vj,
    How can you forget alazgar malai and palamudir solai. Kindly include in your list.
  • thanks sir - but one thing - you are disqualified from attempting the quiz
    in the post
  • very funny, vj
  • Thats a wonderful point Gokul. Thanks for sharing. Even today, for the
    'dasasu' people do a sort of 'nadu kal' atlease for the name sake. Now I
    realise the origin of it.

    Then Mahendra was a revolutionary in his times....
    Good to learn this.
  • thanks sir...there are many more treasures above ground which are being
    neglected ! yet people go in search of the hidden !

    “*Here the language of stone surpasses the language of man*” – Nobel
    laureate, Rabindranath Tagore

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