Sri Sadisvara Mandiram (Part 12): Completion

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Salutations to Sri Ramana Maharshi

Om Namah Sivaya

Om Namo Bhagavate Sri Ramanaya!

Like the pillars in the Sri Sadisvara Mandiram, the perimeter walls of the Mandiram also contain stone carvings. Their installation completes the Mandiram and also completes Phase II of this project.

Presented here are images showing the installation of stone carvings that pertain to the spiritual lineage (guru parampara) of the SAT Temple.

stone 25

stone 26

Above, Scott and Raman apply adhesive to the stones and the wood frame and then adhere them to the wall.

stone 27

stone 28

Scott secures the stones with clips that are screwed into the wooden frame.

stone 15

The stones are all in place now and Raman paints the decorative frame.

stone 17

The top row of seven stone carvings show scenes of the sublime, sacred life of Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. The first depicts his Self-Realization (or death experience as he also referred to it).

stone 23

The second shows his arrival at Arunachala.

stone 23a

The third is Sri…

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