Temple a day-Thirunaraiyur
Tirunaraiyur Siddanadesuvarar Temple
Mythological Name(s): Narapuram, Kuberapuram, Pramapuram, Sukandavanam, Thirunaiyurchithitcharam
Name: Tirunaraiyur Siddanadeshuvarar Temple
State: Tamil Nadu
Sources: Siddanatha, Vedesuvar, Naresuvar, Siddanadesuvara
Mother: Alagammai, Soundara Naiki
Topical plant: Coral jasmine
Theertha: Sula Theertha
Paadal Genre: Devaram
Singers: Thirunnasambandar, Sundarar
Built by: Cholas
Tirunaraiyur Siddhanadesuvarar Koil (Thirunarayurchithitcharam) is the 65th Siva temple located in the Chola Nadu Cauvery Tenkarai thalaam.
The area is called Siddheeswaram because the Siddhas have a temple here and the Siddhas worship it as Siddha Nateswaram and because the Devas worship it as Vedeshwaram.
The place is also named Narapuram because the cursed Naran was worshiped by Sage Durvasa in the form of a bird. The oldest lingam.
The solar eclipse falls on Moolav in the days before the month of Masi and the days before the month of Avani.
Sri Mahalakshmi herself was born in this place as the daughter of a Maharishi.
Then Parameswaran and Parvati married Lord Srinivasa. Ganesha here is known as Anda Ganesha.
8 km south east of Kumbakonam. Coming from Kumbakonam Nachiyar temple road and getting down at Tirunaraiyur which is the forecourt of Nachiyar temple, you can reach the temple.
This place where Sambandar and Sundarar sang songs is located in Tirunaraiyur in Thanjavur district.
It is believed that Naran, who was cursed as a bird by Sage Dhruvasa, was worshiped at this place. Hence it is also called Narapuram.
Passing the Raja Gopuram and coming in, there is a flag tree and a sacrificial pedestal Nandi. On the right side of the temple is the goddess shrine. Nandi and Bali Peedham are located in front of Amman Sannadi. Nandi and Bali Peedham are located in front of Moolavar Sannadi.
Along with Valli Deivanai, there are shrines for Lord Murugan, Navagraha, Saneeswaran, Kasi Viswanathar, Dwara Ganapati and Anda Vinayagar in Thiruchutti.
Followed by Kala Bhairava, Veera Bhairava, Surya, Ganesha and Nagammal. Next there are Siddha Lingam, Rinalingam, Vayulingam, Tejaslingam and Jyotilingam.
Sandikeswarar is located near Rinalingam and Tejaslingam.
Next are Gnanasambandar, Navukarasar, Sundarar, Manikkavasar, Brahmi, Maheshwari, Kaumari, Vaishnavi, Indrani Varagi, Chamunda and Valampuri Vinayagar.
The Koshta of Moolavar Karurai includes Durgai, Arthanaari, Pitchadanar, Brahma, Lingotpavar, Medha Dakshinamurthy, Medha Maharishi, Nataraja, Varasithi Vinayagar.
Nearby is Chandikeshwarar in a separate shrine. Immersions have been held in this temple on 3rd June 1956 and 13th December 1999.
It is a place of worship of Brahma, Kubera, Markandeyan and Murugan. demanding,
Many other Siddhars have also stayed here for a long time, performed penance and worshiped and received blessings.
The images of many Siddhas can still be seen inside the temple.
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