Tiru Kurippu Thonda Nayanar
INTRODUCTION :Tiru Kurippu Thonda Nayanar is a shaivite saint and is considered as one among the 63 nayanars. LIFE :  Tiru Kurippu Thonda Nayanar was born in a Vannar(DHOBI) family at Kanchipuram. He was a staunch devotee of Lord Shiva and served the devotees of Shiva by washing their clothes in a nice manner. He was appreciated by the people for his selfless service and considered him as a good and a noble launderer. He had done this service for the shiva devotees at a very cheap cost. And for the poor shiva devotees, he had done his washing services at free of cos..
Nesa Nayanar
INTRODUCTION :Nesa Nayanar, also known as Sivanesa Nayanar was one among the 63 Nayanars. Nesa Nayanar was a weaver, and he got the practice of weaving the clothes and offering it to Lord Shiva and to his devotees. His life is described in the Periya Puranam by Sekkizhar and was mentioned the importance about him. Nesa Nayanar was born in Karnataka, but after some time he shifted his place to Mayiladuthurai. He used to frequently chant the Shiva Mantra “OM NAMAH SHIVAYA” on a daily basis. Apart from donating clothes to the deity and the devote..
Murkha Nayanar
INTRODUCTION :Murkha Nayanar is a Shiva devotee, and is considered as one among the 63 Nayanars. LIFE : Murkha Nayanar was born in Thiruverkadu in Chennai. He is an ardent devotee of Lord Shiva, and he developed shiva bhakti from his childhood. He used to serve food to the devotees of Shiva by preparing various delicious food items along with ghee and rice. Through his activity, he had spent all of his belongings and even then, he continued his practice of serving food to shiva devotees. In order to provide proper food to the devotees of Lord Shiva, Murkha Nayanar had become ..
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