East Tambaram at Chennai is a blessed locality with the first branch of Shrimutt established by His Holiness Sri Sri Ramachandrananda Teertha Mahaswamigal, the 32nd Peetadhipathi of Shrimutt and the revered Guru of present Peetadhipathi Srividyabhinava Sri Krishnananda teertha Mahaswamigal. The Tamabarm branch Mutt was established in the year 1967. From then on it is witnessing steady growth in various Dharmic activities.
The Shrimutt complex comprises of a Temple dedicated to the presiding deity Shrividya Rajarajeswari, first consecrated by His Holiness Sri Sri Ramachandrananda Teertha Mahaswamigal, -“Ramachandra Periyava” as referred by the devotees with fond reverence. The temple and shrimutt complex was thoroughly renovated and expanded by the present Guru adding shrines for Adishankara Bhagavadpada, Lord Shiva, and Godess Durga along with a Rajagopuram. The Kumbhabhishekam was performed in a grand manner in the year 2002.
Daily poojas and various festivals throughout the year are being celebrated with all religious fervour and devotion in accordance with the method of Shrimutt by learned pundits from Karnataka. On all festival days and also during the camps of His Holiness, Annadana (feeding the hungry) is organized by Shrimutt and devotees.
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Sri Hariharaputra Bhajan Samaj, a philanthropic organization established at Chembur west- Mumbai has a history of association with Shrimutt. The samaj has temples dedicated to Sri Dharma saastha, Sri Adi Shankara Bhagavadpada and Godess Kamakshi Amman, apart from Lord Vinayaka and Lord Aanjaneya. These temples were re-consecrated in February 2014 by His Holiness.
Shrimutt branch activities of Mumbai are housed in Shankaralayam in the Bhajansamaj building. Various dharmic activities of Sri Hariharaputra Bhajan samaj are supported by Shrimutt and its devotees.
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Shrimutt’s Bengaluru branch was established in February 2015 at JP Nagar Second phase. Regular Bhajans, discourses and other dharmic acivities are carried out by the devotees.
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