Sivan TV is a Tamil-language channel that airs Hindu devotional content. The Sivan TV channel is based in Switzerland and is part of the famous Arulmigu Sri Shiva Temple which draws thousands of devotees to its much-revered, holy grounds each day.
The Sivan TV channel is dedicated to Hindu God, Lord Shiva and airs content that pays homage to Him, as well as other Hindu Gods and Deities.
Sivan TV online is also a 'spiritual homeland' of temple festivals and live events - providing live coverage of all significant events on the Temple's calendar.
Devotees can tune-in to Sivan TV live and be a part of important events such as 'Navratri', 'Pradosham', 'Brahmothsavam', 'Kanda Shasti' and 'Vinayaka Chaturthi'; in addition to major highlights on the channel's calendar, such as 'Maha Shivaratri' and the Chariot Festival.
From sacred rituals and pujas to religious teachings and festivals, the channel airs 'enlightened content' targeted at all Hindu devotees. You can now watch Sivan TV by subscribing to Lyca TV's Tamil language package.
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