Navagraha Temples in Kumbakonam

Navagraha Temples in Kumbakonam

Navagraha Temples in Kumbakonam .We are going to see about specialties of navagraha temples in kumbakonam. The temples were built by kings of the Chola dynasty near Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu. Once upon a time, the sage Kalava was suffering from leprosy.

He prayed to the Navagrahas to make him heal the leprosy they had caused him. This angered Lord Brahma, the god of creation and give saap to all navgrahas. And sent all navagrahas to present sun temple and all the planets prayed to Lord Shiva to get rid of the curse.

Lord shiva so inspired by the prayer and Shiva appeared before them. He made them free from the curse of Brahma. Telling that place belonged to them and that they should bless the devotees who came there to worship them.

Here every temple is located in different village which is considered to be the abode of the Navagrahas. Most of the temples in the sites are in Shiva temples.

The Sun Temple is said to have been built in the 13th or 12th century. It is said to have been built before the 7th or 9th century. The first line of the temple can be seen in the Sun Navagraha site Sun Temple. Chandra Navagraha place Thingalur temple. Angaragan Navagraha Sthalam Vaitheeswaran Temple.

Bhudan Navagraha place Thiruvenkadu temple. Guru Navagraha place Alangudi temple and Venus Navagraha place Kanjanoor. Saneeswara Bhagavan incarnation place Thirunallar temple.

Rahu and Ketu Navagraha place is located at Thirunageswaram and Keezhperumpallam. The first thing to see about the Sun Temple. Suriyanar Temple is located in the village of Aduthurai in the Thanjavur district and is one of the most famous shrines to the sun god.

Sun Navagraha Temple

Here the Sun is depicted in a chariot-like chariot representing the Sun Lord.Here are the separate shrines of Kurupagavan called Prahaspati for the mother of Kasi Vishwanathar Visalachchi.

In the sanctum sanctorum, the sun lord poses with his wife, Usha Devi, and with Chaya Devi on the right. The highlight of the temple is the Kurupagavan seated view of the Sun God. Also, the kole thertha vinayagar is considered to be very important here.

Those who go to the temple first bathe in the theertham that may be there. After praying to Ganesha first and visiting the ceremonial idol which may be in the hall and the speaker’s hall. After worshiping the mother of Sri Kasiviswanathar Visalachchi in the main hall, then left to worship the sun lord.

Guru Bhagavan Sani Bhagavan chevaai Bhagavan Chandra Bhagavan Ketu Bhagavan Bhagavan Rahu Bhagavan as all the Navagrahas left to worship. Finally one can worship Chandigarh and complete the worship of Ganesha again. If we come and pray nine times, we will get all the benefits.

Moon Navagraha Temple

Second Thingalur Kailasanathar Temple Kailasanathar Temple is located at a distance of 8 km from Thiruvaiyar in Thingalur. This is the place of Chandra Bhagavan in Navagraha but the source of this temple is Lord Shiva. Kailasanathar is the name of the lord shiva and here the mother is shown with the name of Periyanayaki Amman.

The front of the temple offers a huge Nandi display. At the main junction is a 16-sided Shiva lingam made of black stone. During the months of Purdasi and Panguni moon rays will fall on lord shiva.

It is very awe-inspiring to look at on the Shivalingam. The color of moon is white Here they worship the moon in white shirts and white robes. Special pujas are held here at Pavurnami. For baby the first ever swan show is one of the most popular in this temple.

Chevaai Navagraha Temple

Next Vaitheeswaran Temple, Vaitheeswaran Temple is located at a distance of 7 km from Sirkazhi. Vaitheeswaran Temple is considered to be the place of chevaai bhavan in the Navagrahas.

The Lord shiva in this temple is called Vaitheeswaran and here the mother is called as the nayagi. Those who come here with the disease are pray mother and Lord Shiva they claim to heal. This temple was in 10 acre located on more than an of land in which the various halls are four temple gopuram towers.

The statue of Lord Shiva sun light is falling color and we can only see it a few days a year.The uniqueness of the temple is that all the planets stand in a straight line like nowhere else in the temple.

It is believed that Bhairav Veerapathir and Goddess Kali are also on guard in Vaitheeswaran temple. Here, the idol of Lord chevai bhavan is located near the Vaithiyanatha Swami Shrine. The Moolavar Shrine is located on the eastern side of the Prakaram here.

They worship the Lord with a saffron flower which is made of pulses. Worship him to go to the possible flaws in the horoscope. People suffering from skin diseases are treated by dissolving brown sugar in this theertham.

Budhan Bhavan Navagraha Temple

Vedaranyaswarar Temple is located in Thiruvenkadu, 10 km from Sirkazhi Italam is very close to the distance. The originator of the temple is Sundareswarar and the mother is Brahma Vidyampal.

The temple is also known as Adi Chidambaram and it is said that Chidambaram has a secret in this temple. The three theerthams that can be found here are Agni theertham, Surya theertham and Chandra theertham.

It is said that water droplets fell from Lord Shiva’s eyes while he was dancing and that is what triggered these three theerthams. You can get good education, better knowledge and wisdom by coming here and worshiping.

The Lord will bless us who excel in education and arts by performing puja on Wednesdays. He can benefit from seeing the green crop wearing green clothes and avoiding the errors that can occur in the horoscope.

GURU Bhavan Navagraha Temple

Next Alangudi Apatsakayeswarar Temple Alangudi Apatsakayeswarar Temple is located in Thiruvarur district. The temple is one of the places where 275 songs were sung.

Here Moolavar Apatsakayeswarar is portrayed as a self-sacrificing mother with the name Elavarkuzhali. It was at this place that Ambika married the Lord from penance. Here are 15 theerthams, Devotees come here mostly on Thursdays.

They keep penuts as prasad and wear yellow dress while visiting the temple.Worshiping Guru Bhagavan brings us happiness and progress in life. Provides good education and career development to students. Ammavasai Pournami Guru Punarpusam Visakam Purattadi Worshiping him on any one day will make us special

SUKRA Bhavan Navagraha Temple

Agneeswarar Temple is located in Kanjanoor. Agneeswarar Temple is located 8 km from Kumbakonam and 2 km east of Suriyanar Temple. Here Moolavar is blessed with the name of Agneeswarar and mother with the name of Karpagavalli.

In this temple while do abishekam with oil this oil is became dry this the specialty in this temple. This is one of the highlights of the temple and is one of the places where Thevara songs were sung.

The temple is unique in that it features Natarajar Sivagami in some form. This is where Lord Shiva bestowed salvation on the sage by showing him the Tandava Kolam so that the Nataraja Murthy here. Agni Theertham Parasara Theertham is the source of good strength and progress in one’s life.

SANIEESWAR Bhavan Navagraha Temple

Thirunallar Darbaranyeswarar Temple The Darbaranyeswarar Temple is located in Karaikal in the town of Thirunallar. This place was once a grass forest. It is said that the Shivalingam is imprinted with grass here.

That is why the source here got the name Darbaraneswarar. Here Ambal is on display under the name Is praneswari. It was at this place that all the powers of Saneeswara Bhagavan were sacrificed before Lord Shiva.

It was here that the emperor, nalan. An ardent devotee of Lord Shiva, was cursed by the Saneeswarar victim. It is believed that bathing in the existing Nala Theertham will remove even our pre-existing karmic reactions. Apart from this, there are thirteen theerthams here.

Here we can see the lingam devoted by the king nala. Darbaranyeswarar Temple is one of the famous shrines. Those who go to the temple bathe in the Nala Theertham, break the coconut of Ganesha and worship Eeswara.

We can make good progress in our lives by getting rid of imperfections by giving flowers and worshiping the Lord sanieeswar. Be sure to visit the marakada lingam that may be there when you visit this temple.

RAHU Bhavan Navagraha Temple

Sri Naganatha Swamy Temple is located in Thirunageswaram near Kumbakonam. Here Moolavar Naganathaswamy ( lord shiva) and Ambika Nagavalli (parvathi) are called in this name.

This temple is a place of reparation for Nagatosha as Naganathaswamy removed the Brahmahadhi Tosha caused to Nagarajan. The speciality of the temple is that depict with Rahu the a human face.

Also, Lord Rahu is seen here with his wives Nagavalli Nagakanni. Here we can see that the milk poured into the idol turns blue during the anointing. People with horoscopes in the horoscope say that if they come here, the serpent dosham of the marriage ban period is the serpent dosham of the field.

KETU Bhavan Navagraha Temple

Naganathaswamy Temple Lower Perumpallam Naganathaswamy Temple is located very close to Kumbakonam in a large abyss. It is the abode of Lord Ketu in the Navagrahas Here Moolavar Naganathaswamy is also known as the mother nayagi.

In italics Lord Ketu is shown with a demonic body and a five-headed serpent. Ketu here, Lord Shiva with a very serene look shows his hands folded in worship. Good health to the devotees by coming here for the horoscope defects caused.

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