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Google Map and Address is created for Sree Viswaroopa Anjaneyar idol, Sree Ramar Temple

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Biggest idol of Sree Viswaroopa Anjaneyar at Sree Ramar Temple is located on 51 Changi Village Road in the east coast of Singapore (out of India).
Singapore, officially the Republic of Singapore, and often referred to as the “Lion City” or “Little Red Dot”, is a sovereign city-state in Southeast Asia, and the world's only island city-state.
Sree Rama Mandir is a Hindu temple dedicated to Bhagwan Sree Ram, who is the presiding principal deity with Devi Sita and Veer Lakshman.
There is a great attraction to see the “Thirumanjanam” of Big Anjaneya idol on Hanuman Jayanti occasion. Thirumanjanam means holy bath. On Aani Thirumanjanam day when Uthram Nakshtram falls in Aani month an Abhishekam is performed. The Abhishekam or holy bath of the idol is performed during the twilight period (Pradosham) on the day is considered highly auspicious.
Thirumanjanam is very importantly made of "Nava Pashana" and applied on idol with special preparations mainly to extract the medicinal benefits of such Vigrahas.
Before applying items like milk, fruit-mix, honey etc, the statue is cleaned with oil, soap-nut, turmeric etc.
Nava Pashana is believed to be an amalgam of nine minerals-Veeram, Pooram, Rasam, Jathilingam, Kandagam (Sulphur), Gauri Pasanam, Vellai Pasanam, Mridharsingh and Silasat.
To serve the increasing Hindu community, the management committee organizes several annual religious activities, such as
(1) Ram Navami
(2) Hanuman Jayanti
(3) Navaratri festival
(4) Thiruvilakku Pooja
(5) Nava Kalasa Pooja and Chandi Homams
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