One can receive Spl. Choicest Blessings by worshipping three Devis (Ambals) on a Full moon day preferably or on a Friday as explained below:
It is considered very sacred to worship Vadivudai Amman at Thiruvotriyur, Thiruvudai Amman at Melur and Kodiyidai Amman at Thirumullaivayal on a Full moon day. All the three ammans are considered sisters and forms of Parvathi devi and they have been sculptured out form the same stone.
(Images of Thiruvudai, Vadivudai and Kodiyidai Ammans respectively from left to right)
From 6 AM to 12 PM, one has to worship Melur Thiruvudai Amman, the form of Icha chakthi, with an offering of Yellow cloth and fruits, performing Archana or Abhishegam to be blessed with wealth, fame, happiness, uprise, salvation and removal of all negativity and sorrow.
This Amman Temple, to be visited first in the sequence is Thiruvudai Amman – Icha Sakthi (the devi who grants boons to devotees as per their wishes). Special prayers are to offered to this Devi by offering yellow saree & mangoes (fruits) for neivaedhiyam.
The Lord in the Temple is Thirumanangeesar. The temple is located in Meloor (since there is a Melur down south, this place is also known as North Meloor). Nearby locations are Nandiambakkam, Minjur.
From 12 noon to 6 PM, one has to worship Thiruvotriyur Vadivudai Amman, the form of Gnana Sakthi, with an offering of Red cloth and performing Archana or Abhishegam to be blessed with Education, Knowledge and Talent.
This Amman Temple (Vadivudai Amman – Gnana Sakthi, the devi who will bless us with Wisdom – facing south) is to be visited second in the sequence. Amman Sannadhi in this temple is to the left of Lord Siva’s sannadhi. Special prayers are to offered to this Divine mother by offering red saree & jack fruit (fruits) for neivaedhiyam.
The Lord in the Temple is known as Thyagaraja Swami. He is known by other names such as Aadhipureeswarar (the sthalapuranam claims that this is the first temple in the world),
Vaanmeega naadhar, Kaarani Vidangar, Padambakka Naadhar, Maanicka Thyaagar, Thiruvotreeswaran.
The temple is located in Tiruvotriyur, about 7-8 kms from Paris, Chennai. Sundarar, one of the four great saivaite saints married Sangiliar at this temple with the Maghizhamboo tree as witness. The tree stands to this day.
There are also sannadhis for Ganesha, Balasubramanian, Infant Siva, Vatta parai Amman in the outer prakaaram. In the inner prakaaram are the sannadhis of the 63 saivaite saints, Adi Shankarar. 27 lingams can be seen in a row, one for each of the 27 stars.
From 6 PM to 12 midnight, one has to worship Thirumullaivayal Kodiyidai Amman, the form of Kriya Sakthi, with an offering of Green cloth and performing Archana or Abhishegam to be blessed with courage, valour, activeness and success
This Temple of Kodiyidai Amman – Kriyaa Sakthi (the Devi who blesses us in all our actions) is to be visited Third in the sequence. Special prayers are to offered to this Divine mother by offering green saree & bananas (fruits) for neivaedhiyam.
May all of you receive the choicest Blessings of the three powerful energy centers of the Divine Mother (Ammans) and live Happily.