Synonyms for vriksham or Related words with vriksham

vriksha              nathar              pazham              nayagi              sahasra              vanam              devara              hennu              kandha              devaru              hoovu              aranya              aramane              dweepam              sthan              pakshi              karmana              saavira              taramaa              makkalu              hejje              nyayave              kunkuma              kedara              ambal              vinayakar              kumbara              gedara              mahaganapati              ponnapuram              mangalya              kesariya              parayan              mahaa              madilalli              rupaka              maralu              lakuri              varam              kalangi              saptha              svami              kanike              sthothram              bhagawati              haalu              soora              mukkal              bramha              ayiram             

Examples of "vriksham"
2nd Day - Procession of deity on karpaga vriksham and kamadhenu mount.
The sthala vriksham or sacred tree of this temple is the velerukku tree.
The presiding deity of the temple is Lord Shiva in the name of Vanchinathan and the name of the Goddess is Mangalambika. The sthala vriksham (sacred tree of this temple) is Sandalwood tree. The sacred tank of this sthalam (place) is called the GuptaGangai.
The main deity in the temple is Muruga, it is behind the Moolavar Shiva Sannithy. The other Sannithys in this temple are Moolavar arulmigu Athi Nathar (Lord Shiva). "Agni Theertham" also known as Shakthi Theertham. According to a legend, Lord Muruga himself created this tank with his Velayudham. "Sthala Vriksham": "Vanni Maram" (Vanni tree) is seen in the left side from the entrance of rajagopuram.
According to legend, Lord Murugan got Brahamahathi Dosham after killing the demon king Soorapadman in his heroic Surasamharam. To get rid of this dosham, Lord Murugan erected a Shivalingam at this place and worshipped Lord Shiva. Thus the temple is called by his name as Tirumurugapoondi. Durvasar is said to have brought the Mullai tree – the stala vriksham from Karpaka Lokam. It is believed that worshipping the deity at this shetram relieves those with mental ailments.
The temple is located on the Madurai – cholavandan bus route and the nearest railway station is cholavandan. The present structure with spacious corridors and imposing gopurams occupies an area of about . Images related to Sambandars episode are seen carved on the stone steps leading to the Vaikai river. The presiding deity lord shiva is called as Edakanatheswarar and the Ambal his consort mother Parvathy is called as Elavaarkuzhali, Sugandha Kundalambika. The sthala vriksham is Vilvam(Aegle marmelos) and the Theertham is called Bhrama Theertham. Inscriptions from the period of Jatavarman Kulasekhara Pandyan (12th century AD), and Krishna Deva Raya are seen in this temple, speaking of their endowments to this shrine.
(Lord Siva) and Thyagarajar. Of the two, the former is the most ancient, and derives its name from tha anthill("putru"), which takes the place of "linga" in the main shrine. Appar, the 7th-century poet saint, refers to the main deity in his hymn as "puttritrukondan"(one who resides in the ant hill). The "Stala vriksham"(temple tree) is "patiri"(trumpet flower tree). The principles and practises of tree-worship and ophilotary are ancient bases whereupon a later date "linga" worship seems to have been established.
The temple is known not only for its architectural splendour, but also for the legends associated with mallikarjuna. The primary deity at the Sanctum is known as "Vadaranyeswarar" and the Lord's consort, "Vandarkuzhali Amman". The sthala Vriksham is a large banyan tree located behind the sanctum on the North East. It is here in this temple that Lord Shiva requested the great Karaikkal Ammeiyar (Peyar) to undertake a marathon walk to Mount Kailash on her hands and be an omnipresent witness to his cosmic dance.
The temple is constructed on a plot. The main Gopuram with 5 tiers is located on the north side of the temple. The presiding deity is Lord Shiva known as Sangameswarar along with his consort Pannaar Mozhiyaal or Vedanayagi. A shrine dedicated to Kartikeya is situated between the shrines of Siva and Parvati. There is also separate shrine inside the temple for Lord Vishnu and his consort Soundaravalli Thaayar. The stala vriksham is an ilandai (Zizyphus mauritiana) tree. The annual Brahmotsavam is celebrated in the Tamil month of Chitrai.
The Temple spans an area of about . There are several shrines and theerthams within this temple complex and around it. The Shiva and Ambal shrines both face the East. The presiding deity lord shiva is called as Tirumeni Nathar, Bhoominathar and the Ambal his consort mother Parvathy is called as Tunaimaalainayaki. The Kauvaikkadal tank within the temple, with a central mandapam is a beautiful one. Mention must be made of the Pralaya Vitankar and the Palani Andavar shrines in this temple. The sthala vriksham is Punnai and the Theertham is Kauvaikkadal theertham.
R. Ranganathan (7 October 1938 – 28 July 2016), known professionally as Gnanakoothan, was an Indian poet. Writing in Tamil, he was the author of "Anru veru kizhamai" ("That was another day"), "Suriyanukku Pinpakkam" ("The rear side of Sun"), "Kadarkaraiyil Sila Marankal" ("Few trees in the seashore"), "Meendum Avarkal" ("Them again"), and "Pencil Padangal" ("Pencil pictures"). He was one of the modern Tamil poet in Tamil literature, and a regular contributor to topical columns in Tamil periodicals such as Kalki, Kalachuvadu and Uyirmei. He was involved with little magazines like Kacatathapara, Maiyam, Vriksham. His works also appeared in little magazines like Illakkiya Vattam of Ka. Na. Subramaniam and Nadai of C.Mohan. His works are known for its social satire. He died on July 28, 2016 at the age of 78.
In Kerala, the coconut tree is called as "Kalpa Vriksham" which essentially means all parts of a Coconut tree is useful some way or other. "Cocus nucifera" dominate the landscape in many parts, rising up to a height of 25m, and bearing over 50 fruits on average in a year. The trees have many uses; their leaves are used to make sheds, baskets, and doormats, the husk for making coir, the shell for making ladles and spoons, and fruits used for making hair oil or for eating. Coconut is a staple ingredient in many Kerala dishes and coconut oil is widely consumed and used to make drinks such as coconut toddy and dishes such as "appam".Coconut is also used for making coconut paste which is essential for making traditional curryes.
The temple has a conch shaped temple("prakaram"(closed precincts of a temple)) plan and is referred to as Sangakkovil. In the shrine, Shiva showed himself as Bhrama and Vishnu. The presiding deity lord shiva is called as Kuttralanathar and the Ambal his consort mother Parvathy is called as Kuzhalvoi Mozhiammai. The Tirikootamandapam here is the site of festivities here.Parvati's shrine is also of significance here and is regarded as one of the 64 Shakti Peethams. The Chitra Sabhai or the hall of pictures is located in a picturesque locale away from the main temple. Architecturally the Chitrasabha resembles that of the other Nataraja Sabhas elsewhere in Tamil Nadu, and its interior is decked with hundreds of murals, depicting images from the Indian epics. Natarajar is brought here during festivals from the Kurumpalaveesar temple. The sthala vriksham is Kurum Palaa and the Theertham is Chitranadhi. Nataraja is sported with Nritya Thandavam posture.
The east facing temple is 640 feet in length and 484 feet in breadth. The temple houses the shrines for Lord Shiva, Lord vishnu and Lord Brahma, hence the name Trimurthy Kovil. This vast temple has 3 entrances on the east side. To the north of the central gate lies the entrance for the shrine of the presiding deitylord shiva known as Kodumudi Nathar, Makuteswarar. To the south of the central gate lies the entrance for the shrine of female deity his consort mother parvathy known as Panmozhi Nayaki, Soundarambika.The lord Vishnu is called as Veeranarayana Perumal . Kunchitapaada Natarajar has both his feet on the ground, in contrast to the raised left foot.The stala Vriksham is Vanni tree and the Theertham is river Kaveri.
The temple has come up in about with high compound walls on the four sides. This temple is facing west and there is no gopuram in front as in other temples. A large Nandi - visible from a distance substitutes the traditional gopuram in a mandapam situated in front of the shrine. The main Lingam inside the sanctum sanctorum is two and a half feet in height and is facing west. The presiding deity lord shiva is known as Muruga Natheswarar or Skanda Natheswarar and the Ambal mother parvathy is called as Muyangu Poon Mulaiyammai or Aavudainayagi . The shrine for the female deity is situated to the left side of the sanctum sanctorum. To the right side of the sanctum sanctorum, there is a statue for Lord Muruga which is in height. The Natarajar's tandavam here is famous and is attributed as Brahma Tandavam. The stala vriksham is Mullai and the Theertham is called as Subramanya Koopam
The temple is situated at the bottom of eighteen steps leading from the eastern Gopuram. In the south-west direction of the temple is situated the temple of Sri Lakshminarayana Perumal of Old Kalpathy Village and Prasanna Maha Ganapathy of Chathapuram village, in the east the Kshipraprasada Maha Ganapathi Temple of Pandhrandaam Teruvu and the Manthakara Maha Ganapathi Temple of New Kalpathy village and in the east-west direction Sri Varadaraja Perumal of Govindarajapuram village. In the eastern direction at a distance of a kilometer is located the Chokkanathar temple of Chokkanathapuram village. On the right side while entering the temple, there are two banyan trees. The Serpent Gods [nagaprathishta] are consecrated beneath the first banyan tree, which is also the "sthala Vriksham". Pooja is performed for this tree and naga prathishta, treating it as "Vshnu Amsom".
Sri Thyagaraja Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Thyagaraja located in the town of Tiruvarur in Tamil Nadu, India. The temple is revered by the Thevaram hymns of Saiva nayanars, 7th century Tamil saint poets and classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam. The temples complex occupies an area of around 33 acres with the Kamalalayam tank to its west. There are numerous shrines and mandapas(halls) in the three spacious enclosures(prakaram). The two main shrines of the temple are for Valmikinathar(Lord Siva) and Thyagarajar. Of the two, the former is the most ancient, and derives its name from tha anthill(putru), which takes the place of linga in the main shrine. , the 7th-century poet saint, refers to the main deity in his hymn as puttritrukondan (one who resides in the ant hill). The Stala vriksham (temple tree) is patiri (trumpet flower tree). The principles and practises of tree-worship and ophilotary are ancient bases whereupon a later date linga worship seems to have been established.[1]
The sanctum sanctorum is a square structure, found independently situated at the center of the innermost enclosure. There is a vimana on the roof of the sanctum. The structure is open on three sides, with a shallow moat separating it from the circumambulatory path of the innermost enclosure. The sthala-vriksham, or holy tree here is the White Jambuka, Syzygium samarangense, found growing along the south-eastern wall of the sanctum sanctorum. The trunk of the tree is protected by a walled structure. The western side of the sanctum, from where the deity is viewed, is continuous with a large closed hall, the Mukha Mantapa, containing four-pillars and housing a bronze idol of Nandi. The Mukha Mantapa has a large, ornate western door gilded with silver that forms the principal entrance. There are two additional entrances to the Mukha Mantapa on the southern and North Eastern sides as well. A set of three steps descend to the level of the sanctum sanctorum from the Mukha Mantapa.
Although Thiruputhur is a small town, the shiva temple here is big and as we go inside the temple, it is really huge and causes fascination to the visitor. This temple has a main vimanam with several stucco images on the east side and has 3 "prakarams"(outer courtyard). The outer 3rd "prakaram"(outer courtyard) is a wide courtyard on all the 4 sides. In the 2nd middle "prakaram"(outer courtyard) there are shrines for Lord Subramanya along with His 2 consorts Valli and Deivaanai . The presiding deity lord shiva is called as Tiruttalinathar, Sreetalinathar and the Ambal his consort mother Parvathy is called as Sivakami, Soundarya Nayaki. The shrine for Tiruttalinathar is situated at an elevated portion and is facing east. The shrine for Sivagami is situated parallel to the north of the main sanctum sanctorum and is also facing east. The mandapam in front of the sanctum sanctorum has pillars with beautiful sculptured images of Rishabavaaganar, Narthana Ganapathy, Venugpolan, Narasimhar etc. Interesting metal images of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana are also seen here. Stone images of Nataraja and Sivakami are seen in this temple. The Yoga Bhairavar shrine (facing West) is of significance here. Interesting metal images of Rama, Sita and Lakshmana are also seen here. The Navagrahams are in a seated posture. Entering the 3rd inner "prakaram"(outer courtyard) from the east side, one can see the small shrines for Sun God Sooriyan, Mahalakshmi, Mahaganapathy, Dakshinamurthy, Varunalingam, Visalakshmi Amman, Agasthiyalingam, Sandeswarar and Durgai on the 4 pathways of the "prakaram"(outer courtyard). The sthala vriksham is Konrai tree and the Theertham is called as Garuda Theertham