Sri Paal Muneeswarar
Liberator of the soul - LORD MUNEESWARAR
Enshrined in the herbal garden at the healing centre is Lord Muneeswarar.
Muneeswarar emerged from the countenance of Lord Shiva in order to protect many souls from His wrath.
It is believed that every person must propitiate their kula deivam family preceptors before praying to anyone else. However, many families may not know their kula deivam.
Praying to Lord Muneeswarar, the head of all kula deivams, in his role as protector of souls, is on par with praying to the family preceptor.
Lord Muneeswarar directs the energies of one's family preceptor to help resolve internal issues and keep the family together.
Trees dedicated to the abodes - 108 PLANTS DEDICATED TO PANCHA KARMA
The garden has the sthala vruksha (special trees ascribed to the specifi cenergies) of each of the divine energies herein. "A garden is a space thatmust encompass all the 5 senses. The herbal garden at the peedam has raretrees which sanctify and purify the atmosphere
Enshrined in this garden is Lord Muneeswarar. Every Sunday, 10 persons are fed at the Lord Muneeswarar abode even before the main deity is propitiated.
At the Arogya Danvantri Peedam, the garden is a symbol of an egalitarian society, which Swamigal encourages.