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Why is the Sidha people do penance in the mountain?

      All our ancient epics and Vedic manuscripts are mentioning that the Kailash Mountain is the living place of Lord Shiva.  Like this the Tirumala is also considered as the powerful formation of Lord Vishnu.  Each and every drop of the soil located in this place is respected as the Shiva Linga.

A Vaishnava old man has climbed up on the Tirumala with his knees without standing up and touching the hill with his feet.  The great Tamil woman saint Karaikkaal Ammaiyar has reached the Kailash mountain by crawling with her head.  Tirunavukkarasar believed that it is sin to tough the Tiruvannamalai with the legs and hence he worshipped the Lord Annamalai from the Arakandanallur Atulyanatheswarar Temple.

The mother Adipara Sakthi has got another name as Vindhya Chala Vaasini.  The meaning is that the mother is a nature of living in the Vidhya mountains.  The top Lord Ganeshji and the Lord Aiyappan are present in the mountain.  It is said that the places of all the hill are considered and worshipped as the living place of Lord Murugan.

A part of the cultural saints has been named as the monastery name of the mountain the Giri.  All these things are the priority given to the mountain in the Hindu culture. Jesus has also started his first speech in the kolkotha mountain. He was crucified and died at Calvary Hill. Therefore it is clear that there is a close relationship between the mountains and the divine nature globally. What is the reason for this?  The mountains are very not commonly used by the human beings. The waves of the thoughts of the human mind will be lesser in the hill places.  Hence the mountains or hills help to perform penance and to do meditation.  Therefore the mountains are considered as the god’s fearture.

PS : Appar Tirunavukkarasar Nayanar  also known as Appar "Father", was a seventh-century Saiva Tamil poet-saint, one of the most prominent of the sixty-three Nayanars.

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