For years our ancient heritage and culture had been neglected and almost forgotten, but
there has been a churning in Indian society in the past few years. Indians and Hindus in
particular, have begun to search for their roots, their history and their glorious past.
Today there is an increasing thirst for understanding who we are and exactly where we come from. What were our true traditions and beliefs? We attempt to understand the spirituality that our sacred land is known for. We hope also to connect with our ancestors who lovingly left a treasure of wisdom for us to cherish, celebrate and preserve. This knowledge is the most precious to us, as from it stems, our own historical and cultural reality.
So, when we reclaim our thousands of mandirs, we don’t just acknowledge our ancient architectural brilliance and capability... but as we do so, we also reclaim our rich spiritual knowledge, our heritage, our traditions and our ancestors. In a way, we reclaim ourselves.
Shri Karupannaswamy temple located in Masarpatti, Tuticorin dt of Tamilnadu is more than 100 years old. This temple has three sannidhis for Shri. Karupannaswamy, Shri. Muneeswarar and Shri. Noondi Kar........Read More
Phase 1 Fund rising activities of Shiv temple, Dharamkot, Gurdaspur, Punjab This ancient Shiv temple, Dharamkot is located at Indo-Pak border, 2 km far away from pakisan border near Ravi river in D........Read More
Phase 1 Fundrising activities of Shri Krishna Temple, Dharamkot, Punjab Shri Krishna temple, Dharamkot is located at Indo-Pak border, 2 km far away from pakisan border near Ravi river in Dharmkot n........Read More
Phase 1 Fund rising activities of Sri Vishnu and Mahalakshmi temple, Dharamkot, Gurdaspur, Punjab Sri Vishnu temple, Dharamkot is located at Indo-Pak border, 2 km far away from pakisan border near ........Read More
Sri Maruvarkuzhali sametha Sri Chidambareshwarar temple is probably more than 400 years old situated in the northern banks of Cheyyar river in Kanchipuram dt, TN. Inscriptions suggest that this temple........Read More
Sri Someshwara and Sri Janardhanaswamy temple are 14th century temples in Keresanthe village, Chikkamagaluru, Karnataka. Shramadaana was done in both these temples on 14th Jan 2018 by Kshetrapalas tea........Read More