India is dotted with places of religious interest. There are several towns that are referred to as the temple towns owing to the grandeur of the temples they are home to. Especially South India is more religious and traditional in following the customs and religious beliefs. The Vedas and Puranas state that their beliefs cannot be taken as superstitious, as many of the beliefs are highlighted and exposed by Gods and Goddesses.
The temple is a place where God may be approached and where the divine knowledge can be discovered. The temple is designed to dissolve the boundaries between the human and the divine. As a god can be malevolent as well as benevolent it is important that the temple site is one that will please him. The Puranas state that 'the gods always plays where groves are near rivers, mountains and springs'. Sacred sites in India therefore, are usually associated with water, shade and lakes and are often considered to be sacred and have healing and purifying powers. Rivers such as the Ganges are thought to have descended from the heavens, perhaps the Milky Way, and their sacred water is considered to be mixed in the temple tanks.
Believe Matrimony has introduced the information on 'Thirumana Thiruthalangal' with the aim of creating awareness on the importance of worship to temples, which fulfil the wish of speedy wedding among the wedding aspirants. It is believed since ancient days that each temple is blessed with a benefit and people who worship there are benefited by their visit to the temple and worship. We look forward that this part of the site serves the main purpose of building faith in God.
Believe Matrimony prays God that everyone who takes part in this online pilgrimage should be blessed with health, wealth, wisdom and happy married life.