Muthuswami siddhar of nadu pazhani
Location of Samadhi: Danddhayuthapani Murugan Temple in Nadu Pazhani, Tamil Nadu
Muthuswami Siddhar of Nadu Pazhani took care of The SPH and supported Him in the year 2000, during the First Great Pause.
Dandhayuthapani Murugan Temple in Nadu Pazhani
Kailasa Paramparagatha Adi Arunachala Sarvajnapeetha Samrajyam
The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism has named Muthuswami Siddhar of Nadu Pazhani as one of the revered acharyas who guided Him at a young age during His divine childhood, as well as after that when He started the revival of KAILASA.
In the year 2000, after journeying downwards from the Himalayas, The SPH spent nine months in a place called Acharapakkam in the outskirts of Chennai, Tamilnadu, South India, where the famous Nadu Pazhani Maragatha Dandayuthapani (Muruga) temple is located. He was allowed to stay there in a small room on the first floor of the temple’s office. With literally no belongings except the few ochre robes He was wearing, the SPH stayed here nine months in deep silence, while His body was extremely fragile, preparing itself for the explosion of the Mission of KAILASA, that would soon follow…
Muthuswami Siddhar constructed the Dhandayuthapani Murugan Temple located in Nadu Pazhani. It is said that Muthuswami Siddhar had the life-like vision of Lord Muruga Himself who started construction of the temple Himself. As soon as he realized he had the darshan of Muruga Himself, the humbled Muthuswami Siddhar continued the construction until it was complete.
Today, Muthuswami Siddhar’s Jeeva samadhi is worshipped in this temple itself and offered regular rituals.
- The Supreme Pontiff of Hinduism named Muthuswami Siddhar of Nadu Pazhani as one of His own acharyas on 10 September 2020 during a meeting with all the Paramashiva Ganas when He elaborated on the 5 layer eco-system which existed in Tiruvannamalai.
- The temple which Muthuswami Siddhar built is visited by many today and recorded about in their personal blogs https://tamilnadu-favtourism.blogspot.com/2016/12/dhandayuthapani-murugan-temple-nadu.html