Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Vayalur Murugan Temple

Thiruchirappali is well connected by rail to almost all major cities of India. By air, there are regular flights to Trichy from Chennai, Singapore, Malaysia, Sharjha and Columbo. Buses are available from almost all places of Tamil Nadu and Bangalore round the clock.
HistoryThis temple is around 1200 years old built during the reign of the Cholas.




The main deity in the temple is Lord Muruga, it is behind the Moolavar Shiva Sannithy. The other Sannithys in this temple are Moolavar arulmigu Athi Nathar (Lord Shiva).
TheerthamAgni Theertham also known as Shakthi Theertham. According to a legend, Lord Muruga himself created this tank with his Velayudham.
Sthala Vriksham: Vanni Maram (Vanni Tree) is seen in the left side, as soon as you enter the rajagopuram.
Important FestivalsThai Poosam: During the month of Jan/Feb
Panguni Uthiram: During the month of Mar/Apr
Vaikasi Visakam : Birth star of Lord Murugan During the month of May/ June
Adi Kirthikai: During the month of July/August
Thiru Karthikai : During the month of oct/nov
Kanda shasti : November

Erumbeeswarar Temple, Thiruverumbur

Erumbeeswarar Temple, also known as Tiruverumbeeswarar Temple(Malaikovil மலைக்கோவில்), is located at Thiruverumbur, a suburb of Tiruchirappalli in Tamil Nadu. It is located about 15 km east of Tiruchirapalli, on the way to Thanjavur. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the temple enshrines Erumbeeswarar as the presiding deity along with his consort Saurabhya Kudalaambal. This Shivasthalam is built on a 60 ft high hill and can be accessed by a flight of steps. The temple has two prakarams and a mandapam at the foot of the hill. Historical evidences reveal that the temple came into existence during the 7th century. The temple has several inscriptions dating back to the Chola and Pandya period. The annual Brahmotsavam celebrated here is a major draw attended by thousands of devotees from far and near. Erumbeeswarar Temple has been declared as a protected monument by the Archaeological Survey of India. Tiruchirapalli Junction Railway Station is the nearest railway station.From Tiruchchirappali junction, there are lot of public transport buses. (or) get a local train to Thiruverumbur from the railway station.


Once there lived Tharukasuran, who with his powers conquered Boologam and Swarkalogam. Indiran and all Devargal suffered and sought the help of lord. They were asked to worship Lord Shiva in Thiruverumbur. In order to deceive from Tharukasuran, they all transformed into ants and reached the temple. Since the Shiva linga's surface is slippery they find difficult to climb and worship. So Shiva lingam transformed into Ant Hill that enabled Indiran and Devargal to climb on lord Shiva to Worship. Hence the Name Erumbeeswarar ( "Easwaran" one of the names of Lord Shiva and "Erumbu" means Ant)


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Jambukeswarar Temple, Thiruvanaikaval

Thiruvanaikaval (Tamil: திருவானைக்காவல்) (also Thiruvanaikal) is a famous Shiva temple in Tiruchirapalli (Trichy), located in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. The temple was built by Kocengannan (Kochenga Chola), one of the Early Cholas, around 1,800 years ago. It is adjacent to the Ranganathaswamy temple at Srirangam.

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Thiruvanaikal is one of the five major Shiva Temples of Tamil Nadu(Panchabhoota Sthalams) representing the Mahābhūta or five great elements; this temple represents the element of water, or neer in Tamil. The other Panchabhoota Sthalams are located at Chidambaram (sky/ space), Kalahasti (wind), Tiruvannamalai (fire) and Kanchipuram (earth).


The main deity of the temple is Jambukeswara, representing the element water. Jambukeswara is depicted sitting under a jambu tree, which grows over a small stream that engulfs the deity during the rainy season. The temple is also considered the abode of goddess Akilandeswari, one of the forms of the goddess Parvati.
The massive outer wall, known as the Vibudi Prakara, stretches over a mile long, and is two feet thick and over 25 feet in height. Legend maintains that the wall was built by Shiva working along with the laborers. The temple is one of the hosts for the annual Natyanjali, a festival of classical Indian dance.
The greatest of works related to this temple include Tiruvanaikaval and Kilvelur

Akilandeshwari's Sannathy

The Sannathy of the goddess Akilandeshwari and the Sannathy of Prasanna Vinayaka are in the shape of the pranava manthra called "Om". It is believed that people who go round the sannathy (which is in the shape of "Om") 12 times and for one full mandala (48 days) will get the blessings of the goddess Akilandeshwari and have a good, healthy and wealthy life. It is believed that the Amman in the temple was in deep anger hence during one of Adi Sankara's visit he installed the Prasanna Ganapathy idol right opposite to her Sannathy and installed a pair of Sri Chakra thaatankas (ear-rings) to reduce her anger.


Once Devi Parvati mocked at Lord Shiva’s penance for betterment of the World. Lord Shiva wanted to condemn her act and directed her to go to the earth from 'Kailayam' and do penance. Devi Parvathi (Akilandeswari) as per Shiva's wish found 'Jambu' forest (Thiruvanaikoil) to conduct her penance. Devi made a Lingam out of water of river Cauvery (also called as river 'Ponni') under the 'Venn Naaval' tree (the Venn Naaval tree on top of the saint Jambu) and commenced her worship. So, the Lingam is known as 'Appu Lingam' (Water Lingam). Lord Siva at last gave darshan to Akilandeswari and taught her Siva Gnana. Devi Parvati took 'Upadesa' (lessons) facing East from Shiva, who stood facing West. So as the temples idols are also installed in the same direction. Such places are known as 'Upadesa Sthalams'. As the Devi was like a student and the Lord like a Guru in this temple, there is no 'Thiru Kalyanam' (marriage) conducted in this temple for Lord & the Devi, unlike the other Shiva temples. As Akilandeswari worshipped Lord Shiva in this temple, even today at noon the 'Archakar' (priest) dresses like a female and does Pooja to Lord Shiva and 'Go Maatha' (Cow). This noon pooja is very famous and pilgrims wait for this pooja every day. For the purpose of this pooja the temple is said to grow a 'Karam Pasu' (complete black color cow). Annabhishekam to Lingam (Abishekam with cooked rice) is a daily ritual at Thiruvanaikoil.

There were two Siva Ganas (Siva’s disciples who live in Kailash) by name 'Malyavan' and 'Pushpadanta'. Though they are Shiva Ganas they always quarrel with each other and fight for one thing or other. On top of all in one fight 'Malyavan' cursed 'Pushpadanta' to become an elephant in earth and the latter cursed the former to become a spider in earth. Both the elephant and the spider came to Jambukeshwaram and continued their Shiva worship. The elephant collected water from river Cauvery and conducted Abhishekam to the lingam under the Jambu tree daily. The spider constructed his web over the lingam to prevent dry leaves from dropping on it and prevent Sunlight directly felling on Shiva. When the elephant saw the web and thought that as dust on Lord Shiva and tore them and cleaned the Linga by pouring water. This happened daily. The spider became angry one day and crawled into the trunk of the elephant and bit the elephant to death killing itself. Lord Siva, moved by the deep devotion of the two relieved them from one other curse. As an elephant worshipped the Lord here, this place came to be known as 'Thiru Aanai Kaa' (Thiru – Holy, Aanai – Elephant, Kaa (Kaadu) – Forest). Later the actual name 'Thiruaanaikaa' become 'Thiruvanaikaval' and 'Thiruvanaikoil'.
In the next birth the Spider was born as the King Kochengot Chola ( Kotchengannan cholan meaning red eyed king) and built 70 temples and Thiruvanaikoil is the one among them. Remembering his enmity with the elephant in his previous birth, he built the Lord Shiva 'Sannathi'(Sanctorum) such that not even a small elephant can enter. The entrance on the sanctorum of Lord Shiva is only 4 foot high and 2.5 foot wide.
There was a story behind the kings red eyes, when he was in his mother's womb the kingdom astrologer predicted a time to give birth. If she gives birth at that time, he would be a wise and virtuous king and rule the kingdom very well. When the queen got the labor pain the time was early and prior to that predicted by the astrologer. The queen hence told the servant to hang her upside down for the time to come so that she could have a wise and virtuous son who could head the Kingdom righteously. So this waiting time made a the baby's eyes red. After his birth and became the king and he build the temple for Lord Siva and Goddess Akilandeswari in the name of Aanaikka (elephant protected) later days it changed to Thiruvanaikovil.

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Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam

Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam

The Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple in Srirangam, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Ranganatha, a reclining form of Lord Vishnu. It is the first and foremost among the 108 Divya Desams, the holy abodes of Lord Vishnu. It is also considered to be one among the eight Svayam Vyakta Ksetras ("self-manifested shrines") of Lord Vishnu.[1]

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The temple is also well known for its architectural grandeur. The annual 21 day chariot festival conducted during the month of Margazhi (Dec-Jan) attracts lot of visitors. Everyday during the festival, the sacred Vaishnavite text, Tiruvaimozhi is recited before Lord Ranganatha.
Srirangam temple is often listed as the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world (Angkor Wat being the largest non-functioning temple). The temple occupies an area of 156 acres (631,000 m²) with a perimeter of 4,116m (10,710 feet) making it the largest temple in India[2] and one of the largest religious complexes in the world. The temple is enclosed by 7 concentric walls (termed prakarams or mathil suvar) with a total length of 32,592 feet or over six miles. These walls are enclosed by 21 Gopurams. The space within the outer two prakarams is occupied by several shops, restaurants and flower stalls. For this reason, other massive Hindu temples like Chidambaram (Nataraja swamy Temple), Tiruvannamalai (Annamalaiyar temple), Meenakshi Amman Temple, Tirunelveli Nellaiappar Temple claim to be the biggest Hindu temples (Note - all these magnificent temples are entirely dedicated for the religious rituals and are "massive" in every sense of the word - size, grandeur and the accompanying traditions).
Among the marvels of the temple is a Hall of 1000 Pillars (actually 953) which has intricately carved stone pillars.
Though the term Kovil is generically used in Tamil to signify any temple, for many Vaishnavas the term Kovil exclusively refers to this temple, indicating its extreme importance for them (for saivas the term kovil refers to Thilai Natarajar Golden Shrine (Chidambaram Temple)). The presiding deity Lord Ranganathar is praised in many names by His devotees, including "Nam-Perumal" (our Lord in Tamil), "Azhagiya Manavalan" (The beautiful groom in Tamil), while His divine wife Ranganayaki is affectionately called "Thayar" (Holy Mother).
Apart from the main shrine of Ranganathar, the complex also houses shrines of dozens of forms of Lord Vishnu including Sudarshana Chakra, Narasimha, Rama, Hayagreeva, Gopala Krishna, separate shrines for Ranganayaki and dozens of other shrines for the major saints in the Vaishnava tradition, including Ramanuja. The temple follows the Thenkalai sect of Iyengars, but it is also worshipped by traditional Vadakalai sect of Iyengars, as is the case with all Vaishnavite shrines. Non-Hindus are allowed up to the sixth prakaram but not inside the gold topped sanctum sanctorum.[3]
Sriranga Mahathmiyam is the compilation of religious accounts of the temple, detailing the origins of its greatness. According to it, Lord Brahma, the Lord of Creation in Hindu mythology was once in a state of deep meditation and in His supreme trance received the gift of the Lord Vishnu's idol, "Ranga Vimana". He was told by the Supreme Lord that there would be seven other appearances of such idols on earth -- Srirangam, Srimushnam, Venkatadri (Tirumala), Saligram (Muktinath), Naimisaranya, Totadri, Pushkara and Badrinath.[4] The idol was then passed on by Brahma to Viraja, Vaiswatha, Manu, Ishwaku and finally to Rama. Lord Rama, himself an Avatar of Vishnu, worshipped the idol for a long time, and when he returned victoriously from Sri Lanka after destroying Ravana, he gave it to King Vibhishana as a token of appreciation for the latter's support for Rama against his own brother, Ravana. When Vibhishana was going via Trichy en route to Sri Lanka, the Lord wanted to stay in Srirangam.

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The location where the Ranganathan idol was placed was later covered by an overgrowth of deep forests, due to disuse. After a very long time, a Chola king, chasing a parrot, accidentally found the idol. He then established the Ranganathaswamy temple as one of the largest temple complexes in the world.
According to historians, most dynasties that ruled the South—Cholas, Pandiyas, Hoysalas, Nayakkas—assisted with renovation and in the observance of the traditional customs. Even during periods of internal conflicts amongst these dynasties, utter importance was given to the safety and maintenance of these temples. It is said that a Chola king presented the temple with a golden serpent couch. Some historians identify this king with Rajamahendra Chola, supposedly the son of Rajendra Chola II. But it is of interest to note that he never figures in the latter's inscriptions, neither in the 4th year (that shows various members of the family going on rampage in different regions) nor in the 9th year (that shows only one member of the second generation).
The temple is mentioned in Tamil works of literature of the Sangam era, including the epic Silapadikaram (book 11, lines 35-40):[5]


“ On a magnificent cot having a thousand heads spread out, worshipped and praised by many, in an islet surrounded by Kaveri with bellowing waves, the lying posture of the One who has Lakshmi sitting in his chest
āyiram viritteḻu talaiyuṭai aruntiṟaṟ
pāyaṟ paḷḷip palartoḻu tētta
viritiraik kāviri viyaṉperu turuttit
tiruvamar mārpaṉ kiṭanta vaṇṇamum
 ”
However, archaeological inscriptions are available only from the 10th century AD.[6]
List of Shrines inside Srirangam Temple
Srirangam temple has around 360 shrines dedicated to various deities and Gurus.The following list provides some of the names
1) Lord Ranganatha
2) Goddess Ranganayaki
3) Lord Sudarshana
4) Lord Dhanvantri
5) Sri Ramanuja
6) Lord Garuda
7) Sri Vedanta Desika
8) MeetAlagiya Singar ( Narasimha)
9) Sri Thuluka Nachiyar
10) Lord Vishwaksena
11) Sri Aandal
12) Lord Venugopala Krishna
13) Lord Pattibhisheka Rama
14) Dasavatara Moorthis
Darshan, sevas and festivalsThere are Festivals throughout the year (Approx. 322 days out of 365 days). Vaikunta Ekadesi is the most important festival in Sri Rangam. AdiBrahmotsavam festival during Tamil month of Panguni is celebrated with pomp and glory.


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Vishnu Temple : Gunaseelam : Online Pooja

Gunaseelam Vishnu Temple(Abhimana Sthalam) is a famous Vishnu temple near Trichy, in the state of Tamil Nadu India.It is located on the banks of river Cauvery. An exceptional feature about this temple is that mentally challenged people are taken to the temple and kept in the temple premises for 48 days(mandalam in Tamil).[1] At the end of the 48 days it is believed that their illness is cured by the grace of the Lord Prasanna Venkatachalapathi.
Etymology
The etymology of the name derives from "Gunam" (Cure) and "Seelam" (Place), meaning the place in which all illnesses are cured. This temple is around 20 miles from Trichy.
However a deeper understanding of the meaning of the place is very interesting, gunam also means "Qualitites" seelam also means "Assuming a lower position". Hence gunaseelam is the ability of lord to come down and address the devotees problems, while doing this he chooses himself voluntarily to climb down from the highest possible position he occupies in the universe just for the sake of this baktha.[2]
Viganasar
The temple has a sannidhi for viganasar ( Founder of Vaikanasa aagamam), Legend says he was given Brahminhood by lord Venkateshwara himself alongside Shri Brahma (Creator God)[3]
Renovation
The temple bears absolutely no resemblance to what it was a quarter of a century ago. With devotees’ contribution, the hereditary trustees have been able to transform the temple into a very impressive one. Currently, interesting paintings and photographs adorn the inside of the temple, nice solid flooring welcomes you leading to the handsome Prasanna Venkatesa Perumal seen in a Standing posture facing East. Being a parikara and prarthana sthalam has its obvious advantages in attracting devotees, yet the effort taken by the trustees in giving this temple a complete face lift is commendable. There is written documentation that the temple should be renovated in the 5000th year of Kaliyuga. The renovation was accordingly done.[4]
The story In Bhavishyotra Puranam, one finds reference to the significance of this temple in Gunaseela Mahaatmiyam. Thaalpiya Maharishi along with his disciple Gunaseela Rishi once went to the Himalayas. On his way back, Gunaseela Rishi stayed back at Tirupathi and was so attracted to Lord Venkatachalapathy that he wanted the Lord to appear in Gunaseelam and bless the devotees. [5]
He came back, bathed in the Cauvery and undertook severe penance here in his ashram in Gunaseelam. Impressed with his sincerity, the Lord appeared before him along with Goddess and promised to remain here till the end of Kali Yugam. Pleased with the darshan of Lord Prasanna Venkatesan, Gunaseela Maharishi continued to offer his daily poojas to the lord from his ashram here.
At the end of the Dwapara Yugam, the Gunaseela Maharishi’s Guru wanted him to go to Naimisaaranyam. Gunaseela Rishi designated his young disciple to continue the daily poojas. However, floods in the Cauvery and dangerous animals in the forest led the disciple to flee the place and thus the poojas came to an abrupt end. The Lord decided to hide himself in a pit. [6]
King of Uraiyur builds the temple Several years passed. Later Chola king Nyana Varma, who ruled this place with Uraiyur as the capital, used to visit Gunaseelam regularly. Every day, cowherds would milk the cows from near the pit and carry the milk all the way back to his court.
One day, to everyone’s shock, the milk that was filled to the brim of the pot vanished all of a sudden. An invisible voice wanted the king to dissolve the pit by pouring milk. The king brought in his army and used thousands of litres of milk to complete this exercise. Once dissolved, Vaikunta Vasudevan is said to have appeared before the king as Prasanna Venkatesan. As per the king’s wishes, the Lord agreed to remain here till the end of Kali Yugam and help fulfil all the prayers of the devotees, who visit this temple.[7] . Delighted at the darshan of Lord Prasanna Venkatesan, the King shifted from Uraiyur to Kallur, (this place was then called ‘Badra Chakra Pattinam’) near Gunaseelam and built the beautiful Gunaseelam temple and laid down the process of the daily poojas as directed by Prasanna Venkatesan. He also allocated a lot of land for the temple as well as funds to undertake the daily pooja formalities.
Curing of Diseases One of the special features of the Gunaseelam temple is the power of Prasanna Venkatesa Perumal to cure people from all kinds of diseases. The Lord is also said to help childless couples, if they bathe in the Cauvery and offer prayers for 48 days at Gunaseelam. It is believed that the Lord protects devotees from evil forces and keeps away enemies with the stick he wields in his right hand. Belief also is that sincere prayers to Prasanna Venkatesa Perumal will help remove any negative energy in devotees who visit here.
Mental Health Rehabilitation Centre In addition to the complete reconstruction of the Gunaseelam temple, the trustees have also set up a mental health rehabilitation centre that has the official stamp of the Tamil Nadu Government license. The centre is equipped with individual rooms and toilet facilities. A psychologist visits the centre once every week. There are volunteers who take care of these mentally challenged people on a daily basis.
The curing process Sacred water is splashed on these mentally challenged people each day during Uchi Kaalam (noon) and Artha Jaamam (night) for 48 days. Belief is that one will get cured if they sincerely offer their prayers to the Lord and follow this process. It is today a blend of faith and modern treatment. [8]
Since Tirupathi Lord himself appeared before Gunaseela Maharishi, it is believed that those who are not able to go to Tirupathi can visit Gunaseelam and all their wishes are said to be fulfilled here.
Visiting this temple on a Saturday is special. Lord Prasanna Venkatesan is said to have asked king Nyana Varma to visit the temple every Saturday and offer special poojas.
Festival Puratasi 11 day Brahmotsavam including 9 day Chariot festival Chitrai Theppotsavam Aavani 3 day Pavitrotsavam
[9]
Quick Facts Moolavar : Prasanna Venkatesa Perumal East Facing Standing posture with Goddess Lakshmi on his chest Utsavar : Srinivasan with Sri devi and Bhoo devi Temple Time : 830am-1pm, 4pm-830pm Contact : KR Pichumani Iyengar, Hereditary Executive Trustee Telephone No. : 04326 275210/ 275310 or 94863 04251
How to reach Gunaseelam
1. Take Namakkal/Salem Intercity bus from Trichy (about 45mts)(one bus for about every 50 Minutes), your can choose to board from Chattiram Bustand, Central Bus stand or even Tolgate. 2. Local bus that goes to kaatuputtur or Musiri. (very low freequency say 1 bus for every 2 hours) 2. Car from Srirangam will cost about Rs.400-500. One can also visit Thiruvellarai and Uthamar Koil Divya Desam while visiting Gunaseelam.


Speciality:
Gunaseelam is the place to perform a sahasranama archanai. Probably the only famous temple in Tamil Nadu that does the archanai with dedication. Guess what all the 1008 Names is rendered. The archanai lasts for half an hour. please contact the above number to book Thaligai (food) in advance as Sahasranama Archanai is done only with Thaligai Booking.
Unlike other perumal temples where tirumanjanam (abishekam) is done one in a week, in gunaseelam peumal has thrumajana sevai daily. The santhana kaappu sevai makes the lord look cuter than guruvayurappan.


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Kara Varudam Important Festivals : Mukiya Pandigaigal

Monday, May 30, 2011

Perumal Temples

Sivan Temples

Parthasarathy Temple : Online Pooja

The Parthasarathy Temple (Tamil: பார்த்தசாரதி கோயில்) is an 8th century Hindu Vaishnavite temple dedicated to Lord Krishna, located at Triplicane, Chennai, India. It is one among the 108 divyadesams or holy abodes of Lord Vishnu. The name 'Parthasarathy', in Sanskrit, means the 'charioteer of Arjuna', and Lord Krishna is worshipped in that role in this temple.
It was originally built by the Pallavas in the 8th century by king Narasimhavarman I. One of the distinguishing features of is that it has four of the incarnations or avatars of Vishnu: Narasimha, Rama, Varaha and Krishna.[1]
The temple is one of the oldest structures in Chennai[citation needed]. There are shrines for Sri Vedhavalli Thayaar, Sri Ranganatha, Sri Rama, Sri Gajendra Varadharaja Swamy, Narasimha, Sri Andal, Sri Anjaneya, Alwars, Ramanuja, Swami Manavala Mamunigal and Vedanthachariar. There are separate entrances for Lord Parthasarathy and Lord Narasimha. The gopuram (towers) and mandaps (pillars) are decorated with elaborate carvings[citation needed], a standard feature of South Indian Temple Architecture.
Lord Venkateswara promised King Sumathi that he would give darshan as Lord Parthasarathy. In order to keep the promise, the Lord Venkateswara appeared as Lord Parthasarathy. Sage Athreya had installed the idol of Lord Parthasarathy Swami. Legend has it that the parents of the great SriVaishnava acharya, Sri Ramanuja came to this temple and prayed to the Lord for a son and eventually the great acharya was born. It is also believed that the great saint Sri Ramanuja is none other than the Lord Parthasarathy himself who was born to revive Vishishtadvaita.




Sri Parthasarathy Swamy MahatmyamAccording to Hindu Puranas, Lord Krishna was the charioteer for Arjuna during the Mahabharata war when he gave the Hindu holy book of Bhagavad Gita. Hence, the God, Sri Parthasarathy's face is full of scars created by the arrows of the Great Bhishma in the Kurukshetra war. Other interesting thing is that, God Krishna is seen with a moustache and without his weapon Chakra. The reason attributed is that he promised not to take weapons in the Mahabharatha war and hence he has only his conch. As He was the charioteer He sported the moustache keeping with the tradition. The UTSAVAR also has only a stick and not his mace as found with others. This is because the Lord was born in a cowherd clan.
[edit] Darshan, Sevas and FestivalsThe temple follows the traditions of the Thenkalai sect of Vaishnavite tradition and follows vaikanasa aagama. The temple has grand brahmotsavams for Sri Parthasarathy swami during the Tamil month of chittirai(April-may),on the same month Udayavar uthsavam is also celebrated in special manner.In the month of vaigasi,Sri Varadarajar uthsavam,Sri Nammalwar uthsavam(vaigasi-visagam) and vasanthothsavam are celebrated. Sri Azhagiyasingar during the Tamil month of aani (June-July).There are also grand utsavams for Sri Ramanuja(April-may) and Sri Manavalamamunigal(oct-nov) besides utsavams for Alwar and acharyas. Vaikunta Ekadesi and during the Tamil month of Margazhi draws lot of pilgrims.

Marundeeswarar Temple Thiruvanmiyur : Online Pooja

Marundeeswarar Temple is a legendary temple located in the breezy area of Thiruvanmiyur, Chennai adjacent to the beach of Bay of Bengal. This is the biggest temple in Thiruvanmiyur. This is a magnificent temple built for Lord Shiva, in his incarnation of Lord Marundeeswarar. Lord Marundeeswarar is said to have the power to heal. This is one of the great Shiva Temples of Tamil Nadu.

Lord Marundeeswarar is known so because he taught sage Agastya about some magical medicine. Since then The Marundeeswarar temple has been a place of worship for people with diseases and various problems with their health. It is said that even The Sage Valmiki, who wrote The Ramayana, came here to The Marundeeswarar temple to worship The Lord. Sage Valmiki was said to be blessed here. After this incident, this place was to be known as Thiruvalmikiyur, after a long period of time, the name gradually changed to Thiruvanmiyur. There is a place present in Thiruvanmiyur called Valmiki Nagar in his honour. There is also a temple built for Sage Valmiki in the middle of the East Coast Road. The temple is built very close to the Marundeeswarar temple. It came as a surprise that the builders of the ECR (East Coast Road) had even considered demolition of the temple of Sage Valmiki in order to complete the project (of building the ECR). The high court of Tamil Nadu then directed that the temple be in its place and not to disturb it.
The lingam for which Lord Hanuman performed pooja, The lingam(meenakshisundareswarar) that cured the curse of Lord Indra, the Lingam for which Saint Bharadwaja performed pooja are present here. Markandeyar performed a penance and prayed to lord Shiva here, Lord Brahma is believed to have conducted a festival here for lord Shiva.
Even lot of people from far away places like Orissa frequently come to this place.



Located in the southern part of chennai city this famous temple is a Paadal Petra Sthalam with Thirugnanasambandhar and Thirunavukkarasar having delivered Paasurams here.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Laxmi Homam

Laxmi Homam is peformed for Godness of Laxmi.It will Removes scarcity of money .
Also it will helpful for all money related problems.It brings peace at our home and workplace.One who perform this homam once in a year will get rich and he will don’t have money related problems.

Syayamvara parvathi homam or Swayamvara Parvathi Homam

Syayamvara parvathi homam is the homam for who delayed in marriage.
Also it helps for happy married life, and it’s strengthen the relationship between husband and wife.To get the benefits from Lord parvathi we can perform Syayamvara parvathi homam.
Benefits of Swayamvara Parvathi Homam
Removes obstacles for people seeking for the suitable bride or groom.
For happy married life.
Gifts married women with a bountiful and meaningful life.
Panchami Tithis that fall on Fridays is best day performing Pooja. Also we can perform Pooja on the birth date natchatra.
Who can Perform this Homam:

• People seeking the suitable bride/groom
• People who are yearning for happy moments in their marital life
• Women who are in search of Marital Happiness


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Ayush homam

Ayush homam can be performed,every annual bith day upto 5 years or even more according to resources and facilites.Ayush Homam normally requiers 4 purohits or 1 purohit and 3 modestly informed brahmins or even 3 family elderly members can do.--Afterwards Nakshttira Homam can be performed,till 16 years.
Ayush Homam can put an end to your quest for a well-healed and promiscuous life. Hindus perform a religious ritual called homam in which blessings of deities are invoked. Ayush Homam is one such ritual that is performed for longevity and prosperity in life. The goal of this homam is hidden in the name itself. Ayush means the age and tenure of life and homam is the ritual for the invocation of gods and goddesses through the sacred fire. It is also believed that any offering fire is actually an offering to Sun. Thus any such offer enriches energy and destroys undesirable elements in the environment and the Mother Nature. In either ways it helps in protecting the environment. This is very important as protecting the environment means protecting our homes.
This homam is performed by learned purohits and aims at removing all obstacles from life. This is done to worship the god of life, which is Ayur Devatha. By doing this homam one can get the blessings from Ayur Devatha. For a healthy and long life, this homam is recommended at least once a year. This homam can be your remedy to any of your long-suffering ailments.
Through this homam one can reach closer to gods. Since gods are not easy to reach, therefore Agni acts as a mediator between the powerful deities and the ordinary souls. The offerings made to the fire please the gods and hence grants wishes like good health, wealth, success, progeny and keeping away evil powers. This homam can be performed during the Brahma Muhurta and also during the auspicious Horas.

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Maha Sudarshana Homam

This homam is generally performed to accomplish any task successfully and also for prosperity. Other benefits include removal of negative energies, healing of the body and mind. This is a very powerful homam and a corporation aspiring for overall growth and success can opt for this homam. This homam also has a yantra (the yantra is a copper plate with special sacred symbols) that has the power to dispel all negative thoughts and attract positive thoughts essential for success.
As a sadhaka participates with all his heart and as various offerings like molten butter, herbs, sticks of certain trees are offered into the sacrificial fire along with the powerful chanting of mantras, the energy generated enables the sadhaka to tune into the Cosmic consciousness or God whereby his prayers are answered. It is well known that the presence of fire has an immediate bearing on the sadhaka’s Kundalini and the energy fields of that place which makes prayer all the more easier. The time taken to perform a homa can be anything between 1hr. to 3hrs depending on the nature of the homa. Certain homas include certain rituals while certain others include a different set of rituals.

It's for overall success. This homa is generally performed to accomplish any task successfully and also for prosperity. Other benefits include removal of negative energies, healing of the body and mind. This is a very powerful homa and a corporation aspiring for overall growth and success can opt for this homa. This homa also has a yantra (the yantra is a copper plate with special sacred symbols) that has the power to dispel all negative thoughts and attract positive thoughts essential for success.
Sudarshana is the personification of the Discus held by Lord Vishnu. It is representative of the all-pervading Cosmic Mind. Sudarshana is one of the wrathful" deities and is invoke along with Narasimha for protecting the spiritual aspirant from all negative forces that may be at work disturbing their lives and their Dharma practice. The ritual can also be used as a type of exorcism which removes elementals and other troublesome astral entities as well as counteracting curses and spells.
Lord Sudarshana is the chief deity of this powerful Homam who uses his mighty weapon “Chakra” to grant immediate relief to the sufferings of his devotees. Also, your sins are abolished by his grace. Lord Sudarshana/Narayana is considered as the first step to be adopted in the concept of realization of God.

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Mrithyunjaya Homam or Mrithyunjaya Homa

Mrithyunjaya Homam helps to moderate the dangers to life due to serious ills. This Homam is dedicated to Lord Shiva to avoid untimely death. It is performed to get cure from chronic illness and lead a healthy life. Mrityunjaya' literally means one who has conquered death. It is an epithet of Lord Shiva who is beyond the grasp of death. Death is the greatest fear that afflicts every human being and Lord Shiva grants freedom from the fear of death to those who surrender to him. There are two beautiful incidents described in the Puranas about Lord Shiva's power over death. When Chandra or Soma, the moon god, was cursed by his father-in-law Daksha that he would suffer from gradual degeneration and die, Chandra is said to have worshipped Lord Shiva by chanting the Mrityunjaya mantra on the shores of Saurasthra and got relieved of the terrible curse. The lingam made by the moon god is today worshipped as the famous Somanatha Jyotirlinga. The second instance is the story of how the young boy Markandeya fought Death by worshipping with great devotion. When Yama, the god of death came at the destined hour to take Markandeya's sould away, the 16yr old boy remained clinging to the Shivalingam he worshipped and Yama's noose enveloped the Shivalingam also. At this, Lord Shiva appeared in his fierce form and chided Yama for trying to put his noose around him and his devotee Markandeya. The Mrityunjaya homa is performed with offerings of Durva grass (known for its quality of purifying blood) and a herb called Amritha, sesame, Karuka leaves, milk, and palpayasam. The Mrityunjaya mantra is chanted while performing the homa, the mantra is a prayer to Lord Shiva which reads, "O Lord, release me from bondage (of death & rebirth) as effortlessly as a ripe pumpkin releases itself from its mother plant." This homa is performed to cure chronic ailments, life threating conditions, to overcome the evil effects of enemies, danger or fear of accidents, to attain a long and healthy life.
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Navagraha Homam or Navagraha Homa

Navagraha Homam is performed to remove all the hurdles in life and to attain ‘Ayur, Arogya and Iswaryam. Navagraha Homam is considered one of the auspicious Homam to remove the Navagraha Dosha. Navagraha Homa is combined homa for all the nine planets and is divided into nine parts. Navagraha homa is an extremely useful and beneficial homa. It is done with to ward off evil of planetary configuration .The nine grahas or planets in our horoscope control our karma, our desires and their outcomes. Each of the nine planets influence in our lives, which is called “dasa” and its can be known from one’s horoscope. Navagraha Homa is more powerful than any other homas because you are performing for nine planets. It is a remedy for all doshas. Conducting this homa reduce the negative effects and positive energies related to a person. It removes all the obstacles of life and to attain Ayur Arogya and happiness. It is also recommended for removing for Navagraha dhoshas. Navagraha homa is performed after conducting Navagraha pooja. It is combined homa for all the 9 planets and is divided in to 9 ports. Navagraha homa shall be performed every year to ensure that you can always get maximum advantage from your planets.

Performing Navagraha homam once in a year it will give goodhealth, prosperty, peace and success.
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Ganapathy homam or Ganapathy homa

Doing ganapathy homam for  prosperity and good health. It will helps to remove any obstacles in any of their daily activites.
This homa is performed for Lord ganesha.Also it’s a very good homam for Ragu Kethu dosha.Before starting any work, if we perform
The ganapathi homam the work will be get succeed..
Thereby seeking that no obstacles or hurdles be faced while performing a dharmakarya, or anything as such. Ganapati is the karaka and samharaka of obstacles and hurdles, hence invoking his blessings is beneficial before starting anything new and auspicious
Performing ganapathyhomam once in a year it will give goodhealth, prosperty, peace and success.Normally ganapathy homam

Performed in the early morning.we are doing this homa with well educated sasthirigal.
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Maha Sandi Homam

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Aadi Ammavasai Speacial Pooja July 30 - 2011 : Aadi Ammavasai Tharppanam 2001 : Online Booking

July 30 is the Aadi Ammavasai in Kara Varudam.This is the no moon day coming in Aadi month.This day is dedicated to forefathers and dead ancestors. It’s also a very important day for all who is not able to do proper sirartham, thithi for their dead ancestors.




So one who will do the aadi ammavasi tharpanam, aadi ammavasi thithi to his forefathers, dead ancestors they will fortify their generations . An tharpanam ritual done on this day, It will satisfies their ancestors and they got bless from their ancesters.
Also when we performing Aadi ammavasi Pooja, we will get the good effect and blessings from our ancestors.
In tamilnadu Rameshwaram,vethaaranyam and Thiruvaiyaru is the important place for doing Aadi ammavasai Tharpanam, Pooja and thithi. We are doing the Amavasai tharpanam in thiruvaiyaru,vethaaranyam and Rameshwaram behalf of you.
The people who is not able to go to temple directly, can book the pooja and get blessings from their ancestors.
we are doing aadi amavasi poojas in rameshwaram,vethaaranyam and Iyarappar temple Thiruvaiyaru behalf of you.
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Special Pooja’s for birthdays and wedding days : In your Natchthra Temples

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Special online Pooja’s for birthdays and wedding days : In your Natchthra Temples


  We are doing special Pooja’s for birthdays and wedding days in the special temples for your Natchthra. Also we are performing birthday pooja’s in your native temple behalf of you.

  You can gift the prasadam for birthdays and wedding days.








Asvini  : Piravi maruntheeswarar temple , Thiurtharaipoondi.
Barani  : Agneeshwarar temple, Nallaadai, Tharangambadi.
Kaarthigai :  Kathra sundareswarar Temple, Kanja nagaram, Tharangambadi.
Rohini : Paandava thoothar Temple, Kanchipuram
Miruga seeridam : Aathinaaryana perumaal Temple, yenkan, Thiruvarur.
Thiruvathirai : Abyavaratheeswarar Temple, Athirampattinam, Pattukkottai.
Punarpoosam : Athitheeswarar Temple, Vaniyambadi, Velur.
Poosam : Atchayapuriswarar Temple, Vilangulam, Peravurani.
Aayilyam : Karkadeshwarar Temple, Thirundhudevankudi, Veppathur po, Thiruvidaimaruthur.
Magam :  Magalingeshwarar Temple, Viralippatti, thindukkal.
Pooram : Sri Hari Theertheshwarar Temple, Thiruvarangulam, pudukkottai.
Uthiram : Mangalyeshwarar Temple, Idaiyaatru Mangalam, Lalgudi.
Astham : Kiruba Koobarechwarar Temple, Komal, Kuthalam.
Chitirai : Chithira ratha valla perumal Temple, Kuruvithurai, Vadippatti.
Swathi : Thathireeshwarar Temple, Thirumanam, Vayalanallur, Chennai
Visagam : Muthukumara swami Temple, Panpozhi, sengottai.
Anusham : Magalaxmeeshwarar Temple, Thirunindriyur, Sirgazhi.
Kettai : Varatharaja perumal Temple, Pasubathi koil, Ayampettai.
Moolam : Singshwarar Temple, Mapedu, Thiruvallur.
Pooradam : Aagashs Pureshwarar Temple, Kaduveli, Thiruvaiyaru.
Uthradam : Pramma Purieshwarar Temple, Keezhppoongudi, Sivagangai.
Thiruvonam : Prasanna Vengadesa perumal Temple, Thirupparkadal, Keverippakkam.
Avittam : Prammanana purishwarar Temple, Keezhakorukkai, Pateshwaram.
Sathayam : Agni purishwarar Temple,Thiruppugalur, Nagai.
Pooratathi : Thiruvaneshwarar Temple, Renganathapuram, Thirukkattuppalli.
Uthrattathi : Sagasra Latchimieshwarar Temple, Theeyathur, Aavudaiyar koil.
Revathi : Kailasanathar Temple, Karukudi, Musri.

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Siruvachur Mathura Kaliaman temple - Siruvachur

Siruvachur Mathura Kaliaman temple at Siruvachur in Perambalur taluk is one of the most popular shrine in the district. The presiding deity of the temple is known as Sri Mathura Kaliamman. She is one of the forms of Kali.
Poojas are performed on Monday and Friday of every week. The main annual festival commences on the last in Panguni. The Car festival is celebrated on the first in Chithirai.


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The temple is known for protecting people from demonic forces and evil elements. In the times of yore, a board existed on the border of the town of Siruvachur claiming thus, “In the holy town of Siruvachur, ruled over by MadhuraKali, no form of evil will be allowed to exist. Eval, Billi Soonyam, Kaathu Karuppu will all fail to work and backfire on the originators. People with evil intents are warned from entering the town.” Even today, the temple happens to be on the top of the list of ways to counteract black magic and other similar stuff. I would strongly recommend people who doubt that they are being hindered by evil forces to visit this temple and take refuge in the shadows of Her holy feet. She will protect us all.
Legend:
Kannagi was a young woman of legendary beauty, as devout and chaste as she was beautiful. A fitting match was made when she was given in marriage to Kovalan, a wealthy merchant from KaveriPattanam. Life was a bed of roses for the loving couple until fate came in the form of Madhavi, a strikingly beautiful danseuse at the court of the Chozha king Karikaalan. Kovalan was at once enamoured by Madhavi’s dashing looks and totally forgot that he too had a wife, as beautiful and chaste. Lust took over the man’s senses and he started living with Madhavi.
Back at KaveriPattanam, Kannagi was heartbroken over the news of her husband staying in with a danseuse, but nevertheless she continued living as his wife, offering prayers for the well being of Kovalan, wherever he was.
Kovalan stayed with Madhavi for a year. Over the period, his lack of interest in trade made him loose all his wealth. He had spent all that he had had in pleasing Madhavi. Madhavi soon bore him a daughter whom they named Manimekalai (another epic in Tamil is based on this daughter of Kovalan and Madhavi). At the end of the year, totally devoid of any wealth, Kovalan’s senses managed to kick in and he realised what he had done under the influence of lust. He begged Madhavi to forgive him and rushed back to Kannagi, who welcomed him back with open arms.
The reunited couple decided to go to Madurai and start a new life all over again. Kovalan planned to restart his trade in the prosperous Pandian kingdom. But having lost everything, he had nothing to capitalise on. It was then that Kannagi came to his rescue once again and gave him one of her anklets. The anklet (silambu) was an exquisite work of art. Made out of gold and filled with precious rubies, it was worth a fortune. Kovalan reluctantly took it to the market place to sell it for a suitable price.Unfortunately for Kovalan, the queen of Nedunchezhian, the king of Madurai, had had one of her anklets stolen by a greedy courtier. The anklets were very similar to Kannagi’s except for the fact that they were filled with pearls rather than rubies. So when Kovalan attempted to sell the anklet at a goldsmith’s place, the goldsmith immediately accused him to be the thief of her majesty’s anklets and promptly turned him in to the guards. Nedunchezhia Pandian, in a towering fit of rage over the fact that a theft had taken place in his prosperous city, ordered the guards to behead Kovalan without even holding a trial. Kovalan was beheaded and his head rolled onto the sands of madurai.
Kannagi on hearing the news was overwhelmed with anger and grief. She at once took her other anklet and marched onto the court of Nedunchezhian. There, in front of all the assembled courtiers, she challenged the king, “Pandia, in the land that is reigned over by the Goddess Meenakshi, you have committed an act of grave injustice”.The King was shocked, “Pious lady, pray, what fault have I done? Why are you calling me unjust?”
“You have beheaded an innocent man. Your hands are soaked with the blood of a man who knew no harm, who knew no crime.”
“That man stole my queen’s anklets. He deserved to die. In this prosperous land of Madurai, which is overwhelmed with the blessings of the divine couple, no crime will be tolerated.”
“You fool, the man was innocent.”, screamed Kannagi, her eyes were red with anger.
“How do you know that? Do you know the man? Can you pove he is innocent?”
“What is the use, his life cannot be returned,” cried Kannagi, her voice chocked with grief. “He was my husband, my god, my everything. And those anklets he tried to sell were mine, not the queen’s.”
“Aaaah, nice story. How can a poor woman like you have such an exquisite anklet?”
“Base man, unjust king, behold this.”, she screamed and took out her anklet. The king was shocked. “The queen’s anklets are filled with pearls, but here is mine, the other of the pair, filled with rubies. Rubies, the colour of the innocent blood on your hands.” And she threw down the anklet. The anklet broke and rubies burst out of it. “There, do you see? Your act of injustice. You killed an innocent man. You have slipped in your duty as a king. Do you deserve the crown and the umbrella and all the other paraphernalia?” Kannagi shouted, her voice thick with anger.
The king and queen, could’nt bear the injustice that they had done and right there in front of Kannagi, they gave up their life. But Kannagi was not satisfied. She was burning inwards at her loss, at the injustice she had been subjected to. She tore off one of her breasts and flung it to the ground, “If I have been a true Pathivratha, then let this entire city of Madurai be reduced to ashes. The burning that I feel, let it burn up the city too.” she cursed.
And at once, tall flames burst up in the city. The whole of Madurai was burning, fed with the power of Kannagi’s chastity. People ran helter skelter and buildings just crumbled down into ashes. Finally, the patron goddess of the city, requested Kannagi to stop the raging fires. Kannagi agreed to the divine request and withdrew her curse. Badly burnt in the fires herself, Kannagi left the smouldering city of Madurai and proceeded northwards.
Near the city of Trichy, Kannagi came across a devi temple and decided to rest there for the night. The temple’s presiding deity was Chelliamman, fondly referred to as Chelli. Kannagi went into the deserted temple and prepared to rest for the night. It was then that something strange happened.
Chelli came out of the sanctum and said “Lady, I request you not to stay here.” she said to Kannagi.
Kannagi was astounded, “Devi, why are you asking me to go away. Are’nt you supposed to protect us?”
“Child, you dont know the situation. I am a powerful goddess, yes. But now I am bound to serve the whims and wishes of a cruel magician. He won my favor with his intense devotion towards me. And when I granted him any boon that he could wish for, he wanted me to be his servant, obeying his tiniest commands. By the power of my own boon, I am bound to him. He uses me to do all his wicked deeds. If he finds out that you have been here, he will surely kill you. Thats why I beseech you to go away as soon as possible.”, explained Chelli.
Kannagi was moved by Chelli’s problems and promised that she would help her to get out of the same. Kannagi and Chelli planned to kill the wicked magician. As night fell, Kannagi withdrew into the sanctum along with Chelli. She invoked her family deity, Kali, to help her in vanquishing the magician. Kali granted Kannagi all her powers to kill the evil sorcerer.
Soon the magician came by and ordered Chelli to come out. But to his great surprise, Kannagi sprang out and with one sweep of the sword she cut his head off. Before dying, the sorcerer made a final request that he sould have his samadhi in the very same temple and all the devoteed should stamp on him for all the evil that he had done. Kannagi granted him his final wish. Chelli too was freed from the bond and was happy beyond all measures.
Chelli looked at Kannagi, her eyes full of gratitude, ” Kannagi, I am so grateful to you for what you have done. I want you to stay over here forever more and protect the people of this village of Siruvachur. This place is mine no more. In this village, under your powerful rule, no deeds of evil can take place any more. People with evil intentions cannot even enter the village. Billi-soonyam, black magic and Devilic tantras will not workout here. Protect all of the people who come in search of refuge from the evil forces. I will now retreat into the forests of Periyasami hills. You are always welcome to visit me over there.”
Kannagi was overwhelmed with happiness and promised Chelli that she would do her best to rid the world of evil. “I will bless your devotees and mine with protection from all kinds of evil. But I will be down here only twice a week, on mondays and fridays. The other five days, I will be with you, up on the summits of Periyasami hills. I also request that you accept all the offerings and poojas at this temple before I accept them”, she said.
Chelli agreed to Kannagi’s conditions and left to her new abode at the Periyasami Hills
And so, Kannagi took over the seat of Chelli at the temple. She came to be known as Madhurakaliamman, since she had come from Madurai and had gotten rid of the evil sorcerer with the grace of Kali. Several other explanations are also given for her name. Soon, word of her power spread far and wide and people started pouring in. The town of Siruvachur became famous for the grace and protection of the presiding deity and has remained so ever since.
The temple is open only on mondays and fridays, as was commanded by Kali. All the other days it is believed that Madhurakali amman retreats into the Periyasami hills to spend time with Chelli. The temple teems with thousands of devotees on these two days. At every pooja, when the arathi is being offered, the priest first lifts the arathi upwards in the direction of Periayasami hills, offers prayers to Chelliamman and then only proceeds to worship Madhurakali.
In front of the main sanctum is present the samadhi of the evil sorcerer who had commaded over Chelli. The devotees stamp over the samadhi in the rush during the pooja, as had been requested by him. Also, it is believed that all the priests at the temple are descendents of the sorcerer. It is believed that Kali keeps a close watch on them so that they do not, in anyway, inherit the evil mind of their forefather.And so remains Madhurakali, in the village of Siruvachur, granting solace and refuge to all her devotees who come to her in times of need, just like she had protected and solved the problem of Chelli eons ago.

Travel:
The temple is situated on the chennai-trichy route.
Buses from chennai to trichy passes through this place.It is very near to permabalur.
From Trichy:
1) Trichy – Othiyam (Via) Padalur, Perambalur, kalpadi.
Maruvathur , Perali W/S: Perambalur and othiyam
2) Trichy and Perambalur (Via) padalur.


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Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Thirukadavur - Thirukadaiyur Amirthagadeswarar Temple

Moolavar :  Amirthagadeswarar

Amman    : Abhiramiyamman

Sthala
vrutcham  : vilvam

District      : Naagapatinam

      இங்கு சிவன் சுயம்பு மூர்த்தியாக அருள்பாலிக்கிறார். அட்டவீரட்ட தலங்களில் இது எமனை காலால் எட்டி உதைத்து சம்காரம் செய்த தலம். கருவறைக்குள் இருக்கும் இந்த மூலவர் ஒரு லிங்கம்தான் என்றாலும் அதை உற்றுப் பார்க்கும்போது பின்னால் இன்னொரு லிங்கம் பிம்பமாக தெரியும்.


பிரகாரத்தில் ஒரு சன்னதியில் பார்வதி, முருகனை வலது மடியில் அமர்த்திய கோலத்தில் "குகாம்பிகை'யாக இருக்கிறாள். இங்குள்ள "கள்ளவாரண பிள்ளையார்' துதிக்கையில் அமிர்த கலசம் வைத்தபடி காட்சியளிக்கிறார்.
பிரம்மன், அகஸ்தியர், புலஸ்தியர், வாசுகி, துர்க்கை முதலியோர் வழிபட்ட தலம் இது. விநாயகரின் அறுபடைவீடுகளில் இத்தலமும் ஒன்று. இத்தலத்து உற்சவரின் திருநாமம் காலசம்ஹாரமூர்த்தி. இவரை வணங்கினால் எமபயம் நீங்கும்.
இத்தலவிநாயகர் கள்ளவிநாயகர் என்ற திருநாமத்தில் அருள்பாலிக்கிறார். இத்தலம் ஆயுள் விருத்தி தலம் என்ற சிறப்பு பெற்றதாகும்.


சஷ்டியப்த பூர்த்தி, உக்ரரத சாந்தி, பீமரதசாந்தி, சதாபிசேகம், ஜன்ம நட்சத்திரம், ஆயுஷ்ய ஹோமம் ஆகியவை செய்வதற்கு மிகவும் புகழ்பெற்ற தலம் இது.


59 வயது முடிந்து 60 வயது தொடங்குகிறவர்கள் உக்ரரத சாந்தி பூஜை செய்கிறார்கள். 60 வயது பூர்த்தியடைந்து 61 வது வயது தொடங்குகிறவர்கள் சஷ்டியப்த பூர்த்தி பூஜை செய்கிறார்கள்.

70 வயது பூர்த்தியாகி 71 வயது தொடங்குகிறவர்கள் பீமரத சாந்தி பூஜை செய்கிறார்கள். 81 வயது தொடங்குகிறவர்கள் சதாபிசேகம் மற்றும் ஆயுஷ்ய ஹோமம் செய்கிறார்கள். அறுபது வயது பூர்த்தி ஆகி தமிழ் வருடம் தமிழ் மாதம் அன்று அவரவர் பிறந்த தேதி அன்று சஷ்டியப்தபூர்த்தி (மணிவிழா) செய்து கொள்வதற்காக தமிழகம் மட்டுமல்லாது, இந்தியாவின் பிறமாநிலங்கள் மட்டுமின்றி, உலகின் பல்வேறு நாடுகளிலிருந்தும் பக்தர்கள் இத்தலத்துக்கு பக்தர்கள் வருகிறார்கள்.

50 ஆம் கல்யாண ஆண்டு விழா, ஜாதக ரீதியான தோசங்கள் ஆகியவற்றுக்காகவும் இத்தலத்தில் வழிபடுகின்றனர். இங்குள்ள அம்பாள் அபிராமி அம்மன் மிகவும் சக்தி வாய்ந்தவள்.

இவளை வழிபடுவோர்க்கு செல்வ செழிப்பு, கல்யாண வரம், குழந்தைவரம் , கல்வி கேள்விகளில் சிறந்த ஞானம் ஆகியவற்றை தருகிறாள். இத்தல மூர்த்தியான காலசம்கார மூர்த்தியை வழிபட்டால் ஆயுள் பலம் அதிகரிக்கும்.

உடல் பலம் பெறும்.நோய் நொடி விலகும். எமபயம் அண்டாது. மிகச் சிறந்த பரிகாரத்தலமாகத் திகழும் இத்தலத்தில் வீற்றிருக்கும் மூலவர் அமிர்தகடேசுவரரை வணங்குவோர்களுக்கு துயரம் நீங்கி மனஅமைதி கிடைக்கும்.

மேலும் வேலை வாய்ப்பு , தொழில் விருத்தி ,உத்தியோக உயர்வு, ஆகியவற்றுக்காகவும் இங்கு பிரார்த்தனை செய்தால் சுவாமி பக்தர்களது வேண்டுதல்களை நிச்சயம் நிறைவேற்றி கொடுப்பார்.

அங்க பிரதட்சணம் , கல்யாணவரம் வேண்டுவோர் கல்யாண மாலை சாத்துதல், குழந்தை பாக்கியம் வேண்டுவோர் குழந்தை தத்துக் கொடுத்தல் ஆகியவற்றை நேர்த்திகடன்களாக செய்கின்றனர். வியாதிகள் குணமாக சங்காபிசேகமும்,புத்திரபாக்கியம் வேண்டுவோர் ருத்ராபிசேகமும் சுவாமிக்கு செய்கின்றனர்.

 இருதய சம்பந்தமான நோய்கள் குறிப்பாக ஹார்ட் அட்டாக் உள்ளவர்கள் இத்தலத்தில் சப்த திரவிய மிருத்யுஞ்சய ஹோமம் செய்தால் கண்டிப்பாக உயிர் பிழைக்கிறார்கள்.இது போல பலபேர் செய்து உயிர் பிழைத்திருக்கிறார்கள். அம்மனுக்கு புடவை சாத்துதலும்,அபிசேகம் செய்தலும், சந்தனகாப்பு சாத்துதலும் பக்தர்களின் முக்கிய நேர்த்திகடன்களாக உள்ளது.

மா, மஞ்சள் பொடி, திரவிய பொடி, தைலம், பால், தயிர், இளநீர், பஞ்சாமிர்தம், எலுமிச்சை, தேன், சந்தனம் ஆகியவற்றால் அபிசேகம் செய்யலாம். மாங்கல்ய தோஷம் உள்ள பெண்கள், புதுத்தாலியை அம்பாள் பாதத்தில் வைத்து பூஜித்து, கட்டிக்கொண்டு, ஏற்கனவே கட்டியிருந்த தாலியை காணிக்கையாக செலுத்துகின்றனர். மேலும்கோயிலுக்கு வரும் பக்தர்களுக்கு அன்னதானம் படைத்தல் ஆகிவற்றை செய்யலாம்.சுவாமிக்கு நைவேத்தியம் செய்து பக்தர்களுக்கு விநியோகிக்கலாம். தவிர வழக்கமான அபிசேக ஆராதனைகளும் செய்யலாம்.வசதி படைத்தோர் கோயில் திருப்பணிக்கு பொருளுதவி செய்யலாம்.

Monday, May 2, 2011

speacial poojas for Raghu Kethu peyarchi 2011: speacial pooja on raghu temple thirunageshvaram and kethu temple keelaperumpallam:

Raghu Kethu peyarchi 2011: speacial pooja on raghu temple thirunageshvaram and kethu temple keelaperumpallam:
Srei Kara varudam, Vaigasi matham  Ragu and kethu bagavan will move to viruchiga rasi on (16 -5 -11) at 9.56 am.
According to the gurupeyarchi , the general suggestion is, the persons  will perform  the pooja’s  in the Lord Raghu, Kethu temples will give them good result in the Ragu Kethu peyarchi  period.
Time and temples for perfom Pooja :
Time : 9.56 am
1.    Kalhasthinathar temple, Kalahasthi
2.    Nageshwarar temple, Thirunageshwaram
3.    Nageshwarar temple, Kumbakonam
4.    Pambureshwarar temple, Thirupaamburam
5.    Nageshwarar temple Keelapperumballam.





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ராகு கேது பெயர்ச்சி
ஸ்ரீ கர வருடம் ,வைகாசி மாதம் (16 -5 -11)அன்று காலை 9 .56 க்கு விருசிக ராசியில் ராகு பகவானும்,ரிஷப ராசியில் கேது பகவானும் பெயர்ச்சி அடைகிறார்கள்.
ராகு கேது பெயர்ச்சி அன்று  காலை 9 .56 மணிக்கு கீழ்க்கண்ட கோயில்களில் பரிகார பூஜை ,அர்ச்சனை செய்யவேண்டும்.
1 . காலகத்தி நாதர் கோயில்,காலஹஸ்தி
2 நாகேஸ்வரர் கோயில் .திருநாகேச்வரம்,கும்பகோணம்.
3 அருள்மிகு நாகேஸ்வரன் கோயில்.கும்பகோணம்
4 அருள்மிகு பாம்புறேஸ்வரர் கோயில்,திருப்பாம்புரம்.
5 அருள்மிகு நாகேஸ்வரர் கோயில்,கீழ்பெரும்பள்ளம்

மேற்கண்ட கோயில்களுக்கு நேரில் சென்று பரிகார பூஜைகள் செல்ல இயலாதவர்களுக்காக ,அந்தந்த கோயில்களுக்கு நேரில் சென்று ,பரிகார பூஜைகளை செய்தி தருகிறோம்.
மேலும் விபரங்களுக்கு தொடர்பு கொள்ளவும் .

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