Hari Om The powerful Lord Shiva Temple of Meganathaswami is located in Thirumeyachur, 18 kms from Mayavaram and 33 km from Kumbakonam. Moolavar is Lord Siva, known here as Meganatha Swami. Though the moolavar is Lord Shiva, this is a temple of ambal (Divine mother) importance. The temple is famous for mother Sri Lalithambigai. It is … Continue reading Sri Lalithambigai Temple at Thirumeyachur – The Temple where Lalitha Sahasranama was chanted first on Earth by Sage Agasthya
Hari Om The famous and most ancient temple in Kanchipuram is Sri Kailasanathar temple. It is situated about 75 KM from Chennai. This temple's architecture was a model not only for many of the temples in Southern India, but also for even temples in Cambodia including the most popular Angkorwat. This temple may have been … Continue reading The Kailasanathar Temple of Kanchi – Having Gates of Birth and Death
Hari Om The beautiful temple of Shivji, which is also a Remedial Guru Temple (Guru Parihara Sthalam) is Ulaganayaki sametha Vasishteswaraswamy temple. This Temple is situated about 10 KM from Tanjore on the Tanjore Melathur Road in Thittai (also known "Thenkudi Thittai). The presiding deity is Swayambootheswarar and the Goddess, Ulaganayaki. As the main deity … Continue reading Thenkudi Thittai – Powerful Guru Temple (Parihara Sthalam) in Tanjore
Hari Om NAVAGRAHA TEMPLES IN CHENNAI Temple - Planet - Location 1. Agatheeswarar Temple – Surya Graha (Sun) – Kolapakkkam 2. Somanaadheeswarar – Chandran (Moon) – Somamangalam 3. Vaidheeswarar – Angaragan (Mars) – Poonamallee 4. Sundereswarar – Budhan (Mercury) – Kovur 5. Ramanaadheeswarar – Guru (Jupiter) – Porur 6. Valeeswarar – Sukran (Venus) – Mangadu … Continue reading All Navagraha Temples in Chennai and Tamilnadu
Hari Om Prathyangira Devi also called Narasimhi, Narashimhika and Atharvana Bhadrakali is powerful Goddess associated with Shakti worship. She is a form of Adi Parashakti and is the consort of Sarabeswara. She is described as a goddess with a male lion’s face and a female human body representing the union of Shiva and Shakti. She … Continue reading Powerful Sri Maha Prathyangira Devi Temple at Ayyavadi
Hari Om Om Saravana Bhava! Sikkal Singaravelan Temple is situated about 5 KM from Nagapattinam on the Nagapattinam-Tiruvarur route. This is a Saiva temple with Lord Siva bearing the name Sri Navaneetheswara Swamy. But the main deity is Lord Subrahmanya called Singaravelan. Sage Vasishta made a sivalinga in butter extracted from the milk of the … Continue reading Sri Sikkal Singaravelan Temple – The Miraculous Temple of Lord Muruga
Hari Om Shree Matre Namah! Miracles do occur. In a nation like India, where people believe in superstitions and are religious, miracles tend to happen frequently. The famous Sri Raja Rajeswari Tripura Sundari temple at Bastar, Bihar, attracts millions of devotees from across the country. The temple, dedicated to Goddess Durgamataji, is a revered place … Continue reading The Mysterious Devi Temple in Bihar where The Idols Speak To Each Other at Night.
Hari Om Thirupathi, the abode of the Lord on the Seven Hills, is powerful for more reasons than one... There is a miracle that occurs every day in the sanctum sanctorum of Thirumalai Thirupathi! Most people are able to visit Thirupathi about once a year. Even then, one has to wait in the queue for … Continue reading The Miracle that is Thirupathi!
Hari Om Shree Matre Namah ! Tripura Sundari Temple, one of the 51 Sakthi Preethas, is situated in the ancient Udaipur, about 55 km from Agartala,Tripura, believed to be one of the powerful and sacred Hindu shrines in North East part of the country. The temple which is well known as Matabari, crowns in a … Continue reading Tripura Sundari Temple, Tripura
Hari Om Dutch pirates who looted Tiruchendur temple during 17th century had broken the granite statues and taken away Panchaloka idol of Arumuga Peruman to their ship. Suddenly there was heavy storm and rain. Being afraid of this sudden development they tied the idol in a rope and dropped it in the sea. The storm … Continue reading Miracle of Tiruchendur Lord Muruga