Pancha Bhootha Temples

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Pancha Bhootha Sthalams - Temples of Pancha Boothas (5 elements)


Ekambareshwarar Temple;Ekambareshwarar Temple is one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalams (one of the five grand temples associated with the five basic elements) – associated with Bhoomi - the element Earth.

Ekambareshwarar Temple is one of the most ancient in India having been in existence since at least 600 AD. Second century AD Tamil poetry speaks of Kama kottam, and the Kumara kottam (currently the Kamakashi Amman temple and the Subramanya temple). 

Chidambaram Nataraja Temple: Chidambaram Nataraja Temple is one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalams (one of the five grand temples associated with the five basic elements) – associated with the element Akash (Space)

Chidambaram Temple where Natarajar is enshrined in the Chith Sabha or the Hall of Consciousness, in the Ananda Tandavam (Dance of Bliss) pose. Chidambaram is one of the 5 dance Halls of Shiva (Kanakasabhai).The five dance halls are Chidambaram, Madurai, Tiruvalankadu, Tirunelveli and Kutralam.

The temple is home to Chidambara Rahasyam, concept of nothingness (aroopam). Chith + Ambaram = Chidambaram; Chith means wisdom. Ambaram means broad open space not measurable.“We have nothing with us” is the lesson from this philosophy. There is small entrance near Lord Sabanayaka in the Chith Saba. The screen is removed and an arati is offered. There is nothing in a form inside, but there hangs a golden Vilwa garland without a Murthi. The secret is that Lord is here as Akasha which has no beginning or an end. This can be understood only by experience.

Thiruvannakka Jambukeshwarar Temple: Thiruvannakka Jambukeshwarar Temple is one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalams (one of the five grand temples associated with the five basic elements) – associated with the element Water.

Thiruvannakka Jambukeshwarar Temple is one of the most the most revered temples to Shiva situated in Trichy, Tamil Nadu. The primordial element water, is represented by an undying natural spring in the sanctum. The saptastanams of this temple are Tiruchendurai, Tirupparaitturai, Tiruppainneeli, Tiruppaachilasramam, Tiruvedikkudi and Tiruvalaindurai.

There is said to have been a forest of Jambu trees near the Chandrateertha tank (filled with the water of the Kaveri) here and Shiva is said to have appeared under one of the trees as a Shiva Lingam. The shiva here is swayamboo moorthy

 

Sri Kalahasthi Temple: Sri Kalahasthi Temple is regarded as Rahu-Ketu kshetra and Dakshina Kailasam. 

Sri Kalahasthi Temple - It is considered to be a Navagrahastalam where Rahu & Ketu worshipped Shiva and It is also called as Dakshina Kailasam. Sri Kalahasthi Temple is situated on the river bank of Swarnamukhi in north Tirupathi.

It  is one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalams (one of the five grand temples associated with the five basic elements) – associated with the element  Wind - Vayu Kshetram.  The other four being Tiruvanaikkaval (Water), Chidambaram (Space), Kanchipuram (Earth) and Thiruvannamalai (Fire) respectively.

Thiruvannamalai Temple :The temple of Arunachaleswarar (Shiva worshipped as a Shiva Lingam) and Unnamulaiyaal (Apitakuchambaal - Parvati), is one of the largest temples in India.

Thiruvannamalai Temple of one of the Pancha Bootha Shtalams (one of the five grand temples associated with the five basic elements) – associated with the element Fire.

Legend has it that Shiva manifested himself in the form of a massive column of fire, whose crown and feet, Bhramma and Vishnu  attempted in vain to reach. A celebration of this manifestation is seen today in the age old traditions observed in the Shivaratri and the Kartikai Deepam Utsavams held here.

There is an air of deep mysticism around the temple, the hill and its environs and the town itself has been known for its long association with Yogis, Siddhas, the well known spiritual savant Ramana Maharishi and several others. The origin of this temple dates way back in time, although much of the temple structure as seen today, is a result of building activity over the last one thousand years.


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