Kilinochchi ( Sri Lanka ): 4,250 people took benefit from the Jyotirlingam exhibition including Sivagnanam Sritharan, Member of Parliament of Kilinochchi district, C.V. Vigneswaran, Former chief minister northern province, Buddist Chief Priest Ingiriya Dhamma Lankara, Divine Sivanthiru Chaithanya Swamigal Chinmaya Mission, Hindu Priest Niruban Kurukkal, Moulavi – Raheen Kilinochchi Mosque, Reverend Father J.A. Jesuthas, Parish Priest, St. Theresa Church, Former Vice Chancellor of University of Jaffna, Mrs. N.S.K. Dusya, Assistant Chief Secretary Northern Province, Mrs. Vanaja, Director of Social Service Northern Province, Dr. Mrs. Durai Ratnam, Provincial Commssioner of Indigenous Medicine, A. Velamaligithan, Chairman, Pradeshya Sabai, Karachchi, Arunasalam Jayampillai, Chairman, Poonagari Pradeshya Sabai, Mr. Raj Vinod, Assistant Director Planning Kandavalai, Mr. V. Ayyakulam, Assistant Commissioner Department of Agrarian Development, Kilinochchi and many senior dignitaries visited the exhibtion.The Officer In Charge of Police of Kilinochchi had Raja Yoga Introduction after the Jyothirlinga Darshan.
Kilinochchi which was destroyed during the war has been rebuilt in the last 9 years with the population of about 500,000. It is centrally located with Jaffna in the North and Mulaithivu in the East and Vavuniya to the South.
(A Jyotirlinga or Jyotirlingam, is a devotional representation of the Supreme God Shiva. Jyoti means ‘radiance’ and lingam the ‘Image or Sign’ of Shiva; Jyotir Lingam thus means the Radiant Sign of The Almighty Shiva. There are twelve traditional Jyotirlinga shrines in India.)