ARUNACHALA RAMANA HOME gives you an environment that encourages your inner freedom and makes it one of the best places to stay in Tiruvannamalai. We are located in the lane opposite to Sri Ramana Ashramam which is close to seshadri ashram , wonderful view of Annamalaiyar hill, along with accommodation
Our hotel is perfect for the budget conscious who are looking for a safe, clean and peaceful place to stay. ARUNACHALA RAMANA HOME has all modern facilities and superb relaxing environment. our friendly staff create warm and unique atmosphere and will make you feel special.
If you are a backpacker or simply looking for a reasonably priced accommodation and a comfortable room, then you don't need to look any further. ARUNACHALA RAMANA HOME is a bright and happy place, very affordable, safe, clean and relaxing.
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Shiva is known by devotees as Annamalayar or Arunachaleswarar. And this is believed to be the largest temple in the world dedicated to Shiva. The history of this Annamalayar temple dates back to thousand years. Mention has been made in the Thevaram and Thiruvasagam, both great works in Tamil.
Ramana Maharshi was an Indian sage and jivanmukta. He was born as Venkataraman Iyer, but is most commonly known by the name Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi. Ramana Maharshi (Maha or great, Rishi or Enlightened Being) was the awe inspiring sage who's presence graced the renowned sacred Arunachala hill during much of the 20th century.
Yogi Ramsuratkumar was an Indian saint and mystic. He was also referred to as "Visiri samiyar" and spent most of his post enlightenment period in Tiruvannamalai, a small town in Tamil Nadu which is famous for attracting spiritual seekers worldwide and has had a continuous lineage of enlightened souls.
The Ashram can be reached by a beautiful scenic pathway originating from the back of Ramana Ashram and winding its way gently up the slope of Arunachala to Skandashram. The Ashram can also be reached by going up a pathway starting opposite the West Gopuram of the Big Temple.