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Saturday, 16 July 2016

How to go to Thiruneermalai from Tambaram

Thiruneermalai near Chrompet is 61st Divya Desam where Lord Vishnu is in four forms - Shri Rama - Neervanna Perumal, Lord Renganatha, Ulagalanda Perumal and Lord Narasimha


There is a direct bus from Tambaram West to Tiruneermalai temple . The small bus s84 starts from West bus stand and takes you directly to the temple

A trip in Uber costs you around 100-126 from
Tambaram

Sunday, 31 January 2016

Garbarakshambikai Temple - Temple for Pregnancy / Child Birth

Mullaivana Nathar - Garbha Rakshambigai Temple near Thanjavur is famous for saving foetus and natural child birth

There are lot of trains and buses to Thanjavur 

Guru Bhagwan Temple in Chennai

Guru Bhagwan's temple is Alangudi. However there are couple of temples known for Guru in chennai


One of it is Ramanatha Eashwarar Temple, off Kundrathur Road , Porur

The other one is Tiruvalidayam, Padi, Near Lucas TVS 

Ramanatha Eashwar as a Suyambu Lingam came to light when Lord Rama accidentally stepped on him during his search for Lordess Sita

To absolve of the sin on stepping on Shivalingam , Rama did penance for a Mandalam - 48 days - under an Amla tree with one Amla as his daily food

Lord Shiva appeared on the 48th day and blessed Lord Ram

Since Lord Shiva guided Lord Ram, he is worshipped as Guru


The temple is close to the Kundrathur Road . One coming from Tambaram has to turn left near the Arcot road 

24 hrs Hospital near selaiyur / Tambaram - COSH hospital


Tuesday, 5 January 2016

How to go to Tiruparamkundram, Madurai from Chennai Tambaram

Thiruparankundram is the first of six abodes (arupadai veedu) of Lord Muruga is located on the outskirts of Madurai on a hillock where Kartikeyan married Indra's daughter Deivanai. Nakkeerar worshipped Murugan in this shrine and is said to have worshiped Lord Shiva here as Parangirinathar. 

Of the six army camp temples (Aaru Padai Veedu) of Lord Muruga, this is the first temple. While Lord Muruga graces in a standing form in other five army camp temples, He graces in a sitting, wedding form with His consort Deivanai. Maharshi Narada, Indira the king of Devas, Brahmma the Creator are also around Him. Goddess of Wisdom Saraswathi without Her Veena, and Savithri are by His side while Sun, Moon, Gandharvas a community in the upper world skilled in the art of music, are above Him. The other vehicles of Lord Muruga, the sheep and the elephant are below Him. Only a scented paste called punugu is applied on the Lord as this is a cave temple. 

Abishekam is performed only to the Vel weapon of Lord Muruga as this is a cave temple. 

Lord Dakshinamurthy graces with His left hand on a snake under His feet. Those afflicted with bad effects in their horoscopes, those suffering from prolonged illness offer Rudrabisheka worship in the shrine. 

Lord Shiva is on Kundru - Mount, and is praised as Parankundranathar and the place Parankundram. There are no praharams in the temple and hence girivalam is performed 

Poet Nakeerar was relieved from the demon by Lord Muruga in this place and many shrines associated with it are on top of the hill

http://www.thiruparankundrammurugantemple.tnhrce.in/legend.html

How to go to Pillayarpatti from Tambaram

Pillayarpatti is a big cave temple dedicated to Lord Vinayaka situated in Sivaganga district built during Mahendra Pallava period 1600 years ago.  

Lord Vinayaga appears with 2 hands rather than the more common form with 4 hands. He is represented in the valampuri form where his trunk is curved rightward. It is believed that devotees worshipping Valamburi Vinayagar  facing north will be blessed with wealth. 

Devotees pray here for removal of obstacles in marriage proposals, for child boon and for good education. worshipping Kathyayini Amman at this temple women get relived of  Sevva Dosham which causes delay in marriage. 

Vinayaka Chathurthi is celebrated with mammoth Kolukkata. This is beloved as fifth of Six Ganesha Shrines

Pillayarpatti is on the Tiruputhur-Karaikudi road in Sivaganga district. It is 9 km far from Tiruputhur and 18 km from Karaikudi on the Madurai road. Nearest railway station is Karaikudi. Rameswaram Express and Kamban Express from Chennai stop there.

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