The Inner Path of Arunachala is a place of silent beauty and deep peace.
Arunachala and the Inner Path are shown in great detail in this blog. This includes detailed descriptions and photo essays for each section of the Inner Path, as well as nearby places that are rarely visited. Maps developed for this blog are also presented to assist readers who want to visit these special places of Arunachala.
The map below shows the six ‘sections’ of the Inner Path that are used below for the postings.
Bring at least one litre of water per person (two if walking when it is hot).
Shoes are best for most people.
Ramana said, when asked, “I already wear one set of dead leather (meaning the body). What does another matter?”
The path is rough on most feet. If your feet hurt you will not pay much attention to Arunachala.
Quiet walking is best.
Take the time to notice Arunachala. It changes as you walk around it.
Arunachala’s Special Features
Arunachala Inner Path
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Opening of the new Inner Inner Path
First Walk on the new Inner Inner Path
Adi Annamalai Temple
Under the loving gaze of The Elephant
Repairing Tanks Around Arunachala
Exploring the north side of Arunachala
To the top of the Northside Promontory
Climbing on Arunachala’s north side
East Side – Pachaiamman Koil to Arunachaleswara Temple
Walking to Virupaksha Cave
Arunachala – New Access to Ramana Sites Below Virupaksha Cave
Mango Tree Cave
Guhai Namasivaya Temple and Cave
Banyan Cave (Alamarathu Guhai Cave)
Climbing to Seven Springs
Tortoise Rock and Cave
Palamaram Ashram and Cave