The bounty of Grace is not reserved for only to the adherents to Hinduism.
It flows in abundance to any one who has faith and one who worships, irrespective of religious denominations.
We have Raghavendraswamy , Mantralaya. speaking to a British Collector, which was notified in the Gazette, a British collector seeing Rama and Lakshmana guarding the tank in Madhurantakam, Goddess Meenakshi saving British collector, Samayapuarthu Amman curing a British Collector.
There are more incidents that have been documented.
Please refer my Posts on these.
Devi Vedanayaki, Sanagameswara temple, Bhavani, Tamil Nadu saved a British collector from floods and thea grateful Britisher donated an Ivory Cradle.
It is, with his signature, on display at the temple even today.
Sangameswarar alayam is a temple in Bhavani, in the Erode district, of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is a Hindu templededicated to Lord Shiva.
The temple was built at the confluence of Kaveri river, Bhavani river and ‘agaya gangai’, an invisible underground water source.
The temple was praised in old Tamil literatures Thirupugazh, Pillaithamizh by Thirugnanasambandar and Arunagiriyar, as Thirunana.
Sangameswarar alayam is a Tamil Nadu tourism spot and has a huge hall for social events, a beautiful river side garden, round boat ride, swim and bath area, and an elephant too. Here Kaveri river, Bhavani river and Amudha river join together. River Amudha flow as Antharvahini, just like Sarasvathy at Triveni Sangamam of Allahabad. The place is also known as Dakshina Triveni Sangamam. This place is also known as Padhuma Giri which is surrounded by Naga Giri, Veda giri, Sanga Giri and Mangala Giri.The temple is known as Kooduthurai by locals.
|Morning||5.00 A.M. to 1.00 P.M.|
|Evening||4.00 P.M. to 8.30 P.M.|
How to reach.
Railway Station. Erode.
Bus Station. Erode, Salem, Coimbatore.
“It is said that during the East India Company regime the then Collector of Coimbatore and Salem Districts, William Garrow, who had his headquarters at Bhavani, worshipped Goddess Vedanayaki,almost on a daily basis and being a Xtian was barred from entry..But he chose to live in a Bungalow adjusant to the Amman and made 3 holes on the wall so that he can have uninterrupted Darshan every day of his favourite Deity(The holes are still there!) One night ,he was awakened in his Draem with the appearance of Amman Vedanayaki and the Goddess directed him in his dream to vacate his bungalow immediately. The moment he moved out, the entire bungalow collapsed. He wondered at this miracle and he presented to the temple an ivory cradle, which is still in the temple, with his signature…