Welcome to Sri Sesha Sai Gnana Arokkiya Peedam



Sri Sesha Sai Gnana Arokkiya Peedam is located in Abdullapuram, Vellore. It was established on 2014. It is surrounded by mountains, greeny lush and scenic beauty. This temple was developed by Dr. Sakthy Subramani and his wife Mrs.D. Suguna Sakthy Subramani the woman, who stands behind his success. People who all come here will return home with peace of mind and happiness. People believe that this arokkiya peedam will solve their problems and sufferings. Dr. Sakthy Subramani is not only a siddha doctor also an astrologist. He examines people health with his astrological knowledge and gives solutions. The only motive of this arokkiya peedam is to keep people healthy and happy.





About Sai Baba


When people all over the World forget charity, justice, honesty and walk in destructive path divine men of god comes to this world to open their eyes of knowledge. This way, the incarnation of the divine Shiva, Vishnu, Brahma so-called paramatmanana tattatreyan “Sai Baba” was born in Shirdi near the shrine of Godavari river located in the Ahmed city of Maharashtra. Shirdi Sai Baba, also known as Sai Baba of Shirdi, was an Indian guru, yogi and fakir who is regarded by his Hindu and Muslim followers as a saint. Some of his Hindu devotees believe that he was an incarnation of Shiva or Dattatreya, and he was regarded as a sadguru and an incarnation of Kabir.

The name ‘Sai Baba’ is a combination of Persian and Indian origin; Sāī (Sa’ih) is the Persian term for “holy one” or “saint”, usually attributed to Islamic ascetics, whereas Bābā is a word meaning “father” used in Indian languages. The applicative thus refers to SaiBaba as being a “holy father” or “saintly father”.


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About Deities

  • Ganesha or (Ganesh) was the elephant-headed god in Hinduism. He was the son of Shiva and Parvati. Ganesha was a very popular god in Hinduism, and was one of the most worshipped. He was also giver of different types of favors. The Hindu tradition calls Ganesha as the Vighneshvara. Hindu tradition states that Ganesha was a god of wisdom, success and good luck.

    Hinduism has no founder, one universal reality (or god) known as Brahman, many gods and goddesses (sometimes referred to as devtas), and several scriptures. Hinduism also has no priesthood or hierarchical structure similar to that seen in some other religions, such as Christianity. Hindus acknowledge the authority of a wide variety of writings, but there is no single, uniform canon. The oldest of the Hindu writings are the Vedas. The word "veda" comes from the Sanskrit word for knowledge.

    If we don’t honor the Ganas, then our every action is a form of thievery, as it is unsanctioned. Ganesha is usually depicted riding on a mouse, a symbol of the conquest over egoism. Because he possesses the head of an elephant, the largest animal, and yet rides on a mouse, the smallest, Ganesha embodies the process of evolution-from small animals to large animals and finally to human beings.

  • Dhanvantari is the Hindu god of medicine and an avatar of Lord Vishnu. He is mentioned in the Puranas as the god of Ayurveda. He, during the Samudramanthan arose from the Ocean of Milk with the nectar of immortality. It is common practice in Hinduism for worshipers to pray to Dhanvantari seeking his blessings for sound health for themselves and/or others, especially on Dhanteras or Dhanwantari Trayodashi. The Indian Government has declared that Dhanwantari Trayodashii Kumara every year would be celebrated as "National Ayurveda Day".

    We believe that the sick are certain to get relief from illness when Dhanvantari is worshipped. He can take care of Tridoshas (three types of diseases). They are Adhyatmika, Adhibhautika and Adhidaivika. Leech therapy is a part of Panchkarma, the five states of detoxifying and purifying the body. The leeches are now reared in the lab to be used to cure several other diseases such as Arthritis, Gout, Sciatica, skin diseases such as Eczema, Psoriasis, baldness & hair fall, varicose veins, joint pain after occurring due to Chikungunya, old traumas, and black & blue skin etc.

    Sri Dhanvantari Deva can cure all the three types of diseases hence He is called Bhavaroga Vaidhya. On Dhanvantari Jayanthi, this auspicious day pray the Lord to confer great health to one and all.

  • Anjaneya is one of the most popular gods of Hinduism who played an important role in the incarnation of Lord Roma proved himself as his greatest devotee. He is also mentioned in the Mahabharata and some Puranas and Jain texts. He is variously described as an incarnation of Indra, Vayu and Shiva. People from all wakes of life worship him and admire him for his strength, humility and valor.

    Like Ganesha he commands respect and veneration from children and elders alike. Any one who is familiar with the Ramayana, cannot but appreciate his divine nature and super human personality, shaped by the strength of celibacy, humility, selflessness, unsurpassed devotion, determination, fearlessness and an extraordinary commitment to work for the divine.

    People believe that he is very much active on earth even today. Wherever the name of Rama is uttered or chanted, Anjaneya said to go there and become an invisible part of the scene. People pray to him for courage and confidence, freedom from sorrow and for protection against evil spirits and bad luck. Hanuman is a terror to evil forces. Because of his intense purity and devotion they are afraid to appear anywhere near him. If yoga is the ability to control one's mind then Hanuman is the quintessential yogi having a perfect mastery over his senses.



  • Agasthya was a revered Vedic sage of Hinduism. In the Indian tradition, he is a noted recluse and an influential scholar in diverse languages of the Indian subcontinent. He and his wife Lopamudra are the celebrated authors of hymns 1.165 to 1.191 in the Sanskrit text Rigveda and other Vedic literature.

    Agasthya appears in numerous itihasas and puranas (roughly, mythologies and regional epics) including the major Ramayana and Mahabharata. He is one of the seven or eight most revered rishis in the Vedic texts, as well as a subject of reverence for being one of the Tamil Siddhar in the Shaivism tradition. He is also revered in the Puranic literature of Shaktism and Vaishnavism. He is one of the Indian sages found in ancient sculpture and reliefs in Hindu temples of South Asia, and Southeast Asia such as in the early medieval era Shaiva temples on Java Indonesia. He is the principal figure and Guru in the ancient Javanese language text Agastyaparva, whose 11th century version survives.

    The Agastya Samhita, sometimes called the Sankara Samhita is a section embedded in Skanda Purana. It was probably composed in late medieval era, but before the 12th-century. Agastya is renowned in the South as the father of Siddha, the southern form of Ayurveda.

"I am the slave of my devotee."

-Sai Baba

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