Dhivya Dharsanam_ Siruvapuri Sri Balasubramanyar

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  • Dhivya Dharsanams of...

    Thirumukkoodal Sri Appan

    Prasanna Venkatesa Perumaal

    Pazhaiya Seevaram Sri Lakshmi

    Narasimhar

    Ponneri Sri Agatheeswarar

    Aarani Sri Sampangi

    Pitchaaleeswarar

    Karungaali Sri

    Chinthaamaneesarar

    Gudiyatham Sri Gangai Amman

    Madhuraanthakam Eri Kaatha

    Sri Raamar

    Kettavarampalayam Sri Ramar

    Thiruverkaadu Sri Karumaari

    Amman

    Thiruverkaadu Sri

    Vedhapureeswarar

    Kaaladi Sri Aadhi Sankarar

    Vallam Sri Vedhaantheeswarar

    & Sri Giri Varadharaaja

    Perumaal

    Manimangalam Sri

    Kailaasanaadhar

    Manimangalam Sri

    Dharmeswarar

    Ponpadhar Koodam Sri

    Chathurbuja Kothandaraamar

    Pon Vilaindha Kalathur Sri

    Munkudumeeswarar

    Thiruppaasoor Sri Vaaseeswarar

    Thirumullaivayil Sri

    Maasilaamaneeswarar

    Vyasarpadi Sri Raveeswarar

    Pudhuppaakkam Sri Veera

    Anjaneyar

    Semmancheri Sri Srinivasa

    Perumaal

    Koyambedu Sri Vaikundavaasa

    Perumaal

    Koyambedu Sri

    Kurungaaleeswarar

    Aappoor Sri Nithya Kalyana

    Prasanna Venkatesa Perumal

    Aathur Sri Muktheeswarar

    Pozhichalur Sri Agatheeswarar

    Nandhambakkam Sri

    Kothandaramar

    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2008

    Siruvapuri Sri Balasubramanyar

    Siruvapuri is located about 40 kms from Chennai on Chennai Kolkata

    highway. The temple is located about 3 kms off the highway.

    History of the temple has that Lava and Kusa, the sons of Rama lived in

    this place. Once when Rama was passing this place, they have fought a

    war with Rama himself without knowing that he was their father.

    As the young children waged a war here, the place was called as Siruvar

    Por Puri. (Siruvar means children, Por Puri means waging a war, in

    Thamizh). This place is now called as Chinnambedu, which originally was

    Siruvar Ambu Edu (Children who took their arrows for the fight).

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    Dhivya DharsanamWelcome to Dhivya Dharsanam!! With my little knowledge I am publishing information oninteresting temples, which I've visited, with their history, facts and importance. Hope you likethem. Also kindly leave your valuable comments which will help me improve. - Saravanan

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  • Maangaadu Sri Vaikunda

    Perumaal

    Kovur Sri Sundhareswarar

    Poondhamalli Sri

    Vaidheeswarar

    Maangaadu Sri Velleeswarar

    Kunrathur Sri Naageswarar

    Porur Sri Ramanaadheswarar

    Gerugambaakkam Sri

    Neelakandeswarar

    Somangalam Sri

    Somanaadheeswarar

    Kolappaakkam Sri

    Agatheeswarar

    Thiruvidandhai Sri Nithya

    Kalyaana Perumaal

    Ariyathurai Sri

    Varamoortheeswarar

    Ezhuchur Sri Nallinakkeeswarar

    Thirumalai Vaiyaavoor Sri

    Prasanna Venkatesa Perumaal

    Cherappanancheri Sri

    Veemeeswarar

    Sembakkam Sri Jambugeswarar

    Thiru Idaichuram Sri

    Gnanapureeswarar

    Chenganmaal Sri

    Chenganmaaleeswarar

    Hanumanthapuram Sri Agora

    Veerabadhrar

    Thirukkachur Sri

    Oushadheeswarar

    Thirukkachur Sri

    Kachabeswarar

    Chettippunyam Sri Varadharaja

    Perumal

    Singaperumal Koil Sri Ugra

    Narasimhar

    Thirusoolam Sri

    Thirusoolanaadhar

    Thirumazhisai Sri

    Othaandeswarar

    Thiruninravur Sri

    Bhakthavatsala Perumal

    Thiruninravur Sri

    Hridhayaaleeswarar

    Chinnakkaavanam Sri

    Ashtotheeswarar

    Dhevadhaanam Sri Ranganathar

    Thiru Aayarpaadi Sri Kari

    Krishna Perumal

    Vallakkottai Sri Subramanyar

    Sabarimalai Peruvazhi

    Sabarimalai Sri Ayyappan

    Siruvapuri Sri Balasubramanyar

    Ramagiri Sri Vaaleeswarar

    Nagalapuram Sri Veda Narayana

    Perumal

    Pancheshti Sri Agatheeswarar

    Thiruvaanaikkaa Sri

    Jambugeswarar

    Thiruvalidhaayam Thiru

    Some hundreds of years back there lived a lady called Murugammai in this

    village. She had been a very ardent devotee of Lord Muruga here. She

    always used to chant His name and praying Him, for years. Her husband

    who didnt like her worshipping all the time was warning her to stop it.

    But she never listened to him and her husband one day cut her arms off out

    of anger.

    Even then, Murugammai cried for help only with Lord Muruga. The Lord

    who was pleased with her Bhakthi, made her hands join even without the

    signs of any wound.

    Lord Muruga here is called Sri Balasubramanyar and is said to be powerful,

    granting the wishes of devotees.

    This beautiful temple also has Sri Annamalaiyar (Lord Shiva) and Sri

    Unnamulai Amman.

    The Utsava moorthy of Lord Muruga is seen as Valli Manalar in a wedding

    posture with Sri Valli.

    Lord Muruga here is believed to grant wishes for those intend to buy or

    construct a house. Many people who wish to buy a house visit Lord Muruga

    here for blessings to fulfill their wish.

    An unique feature of this temple is the Maragatha Mayil (Peacock) the

    carrier of Lord Muruga made of Green stone.

    Dhivya Dharsanam: Siruvapuri Sri Balasubramanyar http://www.dharsanam.com/2008/02/siruvapuri-sri-balasubramanyar.html

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  • Valeeswarar

    Patteeswaram Sri Durgai

    Thiruppulivanam Sri

    Vyaagrapureeswarar

    Uthiramerur Sri

    Balasubramanyar

    Thirukkarugaavoor Sri

    Garbharakshaambigai

    Uthiramerur Sri Sundara

    Varadhar

    Pallikonda Sri Uthara

    Ranganathar

    Maangaadu Sri Kamakshi

    Amman

    Srivilliputhur Aandal & Sri

    Vadabadrasayee

    Vedasreni Sri Dhandeeswarar

    Madambakkam Sri

    Dhenupureeswarar

    Adhanippakkam Sri

    Nandheeswarar

    Suruttuppalli Sri

    Pallikondeeswarar

    Swamimalai Sri Swaminathar

    Thiruvalanchuzhi Sri Swetha

    Vinayakar

    Ayyavadi Sri Maha Prathyangira

    Devi

    Thiruchi Sri Uchi Pillaiyar

    Woraiyur Sri Vekkali Amman

    Thiruchi Sri Thayumanavar

    Swamy

    Aranmula Sri Parthasarathy

    Thenkudi Thittai Guru

    Bhagavan

    Kanipakkam Varasidhi

    Vinayakar

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    Arunagirinathar is seen just near the sanctum facing the Lord.

    Arunagirinathar has visited this temple and sung many Thiruppugazh songs

    here. He also has composed an Archanai Thiruppugazh on Lord Muruga,

    which if recited fulfils ones wishes.

    Other deities are Maragatha Vinayakar, Aadhi Murugar, Naagar, Venkatrayar,

    Muniswaraar, Bairavar etc.,

    Posted by Saravanan at 2:56 PM

    Labels: Aadhi Murugar , Annamalai , Arunagirinathar , Bairavar , Balasubramanyar ,

    Chinnambedu , Kusa , Lava , Maragatha Vinayakar , Muniswaraar , Muruga , Naagar ,

    Siruvapuri , Thiruppugazh , Unnamulai , Venkatrayar

    27 comments:

    Kamini Tuesday, February 12, 2008 6:13:00 PM

    Wow, you have a very interesting site here - lots of lovely

    photographs and good information. My first time here, I will revisit

    regularly and catch up. You're lucky to have visited so many lovely

    temples!

    Kamini

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    Kamini Tuesday, February 12, 2008 6:26:00 PM

    Hi,

    Just one small suggestion: to move the link to your temple album

    to one side, because in its current position it obstructs some of

    your writing.

    Kamini

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    Saravanan Tuesday, February 12, 2008 6:31:00 PM

    Thanks for the suggestion Kamini... Actually this was told to me

    by many people reading my blog.

    I just removed it from there...will put it in a separate page.

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    Anonymous Sunday, February 17, 2008 2:58:00 PM

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    Again a Nice Page from Saravanan, about a nice calm temple in

    'Siruvapuri'.

    Saravanan your service of posting details about many temples is a

    great thing.

    that too with so nice pics... Where you get this much of pics?...

    Excellent.

    Siruvapuri is now renovated by some good persons from Chennai

    (Mostly Chettiyars, doing business).

    That Maragatha Peacock is a really great one. In many shiva

    temples will have a small Maragatha Lingam, and they will take it

    out only at that time of main puja. Here you can see a Peacock

    statue itself in Maragatham (Green colour stone).

    One more recent belief about that temple is doing puja will help

    the persons who look for new houses or doing their construction.

    They have to bring the 'Maalai' from the temple to our house.

    ...

    AnBuDaN

    Jk

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    S.Devaraj Thursday, September 18, 2008 11:43:00 AM

    Dear saravanan,

    I very much pleasured by your site. I am staying in abroad and my

    native is chennai. Please tell me the exact location of siruvapuri.

    Please continue your spritual tour and informations which are

    helpful for us.

    bhakthiudan

    S.Devaraj

    E-mail : prabhadeva@yahoo.com

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    Anonymous Thursday, April 30, 2009 11:23:00 AM

    Sir,

    my hobby is visiting old temples,that too not visited by me earlier

    during my holidays. While visiting Siruvapuri Murugan Temple to

    release the obstruction to my house construction, I was blessed to

    visit Urgathan Perumal temple in Bajanai Koil Street of Siruvapuri.

    It is an ancient temple and one priest from the nearby village is

    doing one pooja. There are three perumal namely Varadarajar,

    Srinivasar & Lakshmi Narayanar. In this temple two Periya

    Thiruvadi Sannathi(Garudan) and number of panchaloka Idols. Also

    Anjaneyar & Andal Sannathis are there. Varadharaja Perumal is a

    natural suthai and there is no thirumanjanam(abishekam)and

    perumal is known as Theenda Thirumedi. vaikunda Ekathasi is the

    only grand festival in this temple. The above informations was

    given by the priest and I dont have facility to take photograph. My

    humble request is that devotees visiting Murugan temple should

    visit this temple also.

    S.Parthasarathy

    20, v cross street

    Krishna nagar,

    Pammal, Chennai 600 075.

    Mob.: 99403 24306

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    K Saturday, September 01, 2012 5:09:00 PM

    Hi, Can you please provide details about reaching this

    Temple by car? exact location and where in Chennai -

    Kolkatta highway is this temple.

    Thanks , Karthik (karthikkumarcse@gmail.com)

    Anonymous Thursday, April 30, 2009 11:29:00 AM

    Sir,

    there is a correction in my above comment.

    1. Perumal Koil by name is Uragathan.

    2. Perumal is called as "Theenda Thirumeni".

    For other spelling mistakes pl. forgive me.

    S. Parthasarathy

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    Anonymous Tuesday, July 14, 2009 1:54:00 PM

    can i have the exact location of uragathan, from siruvapuri, even i

    have siruvapuri temple for many yeARS

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  • Anonymous Tuesday, July 14, 2009 1:57:00 PM

    CAN I HAVE THE EXACT LOCATION OF URAGATHAN, FROM

    SIRUVAPURI, I HAVE VISITED SIRUVAPURI TEMPLE FOR MANY TEARS

    BUT AFTER SEEING THIS SITE I CAME TO KNOW ABOUT THIS PLACE,

    CAN U PLS GUIDE ME THE EXACT WAY OF THE TEMPLE HOW TO GO,

    THE ABOVE I HAVE TYPED WRONGLY

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    Anonymous Tuesday, July 21, 2009 5:09:00 PM

    Sri Uragathan temple is located in the same village siruvapuri

    itself and in Bajanai Koil Street within the circle of 200 mtrs

    surrounding. Anybody can direct you to the temple.

    There is no confusion in finding this temple.

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    MS from sharjah Sunday, August 09, 2009 12:04:00 PM

    Really nice blog............

    Add shiva lingha temple near alamathi(thiruvallur road from

    redhills).....

    Post more ancient temples...

    cheers..

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    G Tuesday, October 06, 2009 2:21:00 AM

    Does anyone know the devasthanam address for Siruvapuri

    Murugan temple? I would like to send some donation. Thanks

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    baraths Wednesday, December 23, 2009 7:47:00 PM

    For more information about Siruvapuri Murugan, contact:

    Valayapettai Ra. Krishnan

    52, Muthaya Mudali Second Street

    Royappettai, Chennai - 600 014 India

    Office phone: (91)44-827-2682

    Home phone: (91)44-847-4468

    Or e-mail to Senthil Adimai Sundram: s_sundaram@vsnl.net

    not sure you may try......it was mentioned in below site

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    baraths Wednesday, December 23, 2009 7:48:00 PM

    http://murugan.org/temples/siruvapuri.htm

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  • baraths Wednesday, December 23, 2009 7:51:00 PM

    once i have visted Siruvapuri temple and really amazing

    experience.

    After visiting Siruvapuri temple by god Murughan's blessings all my

    problems got resolved especially our house construction.

    Infact I have no idea about this temple and came to know through

    one of our bank manager.After that when searching in google i

    found little more details from this blog and i really thank owner of

    this blog.....

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    Anonymous Tuesday, February 23, 2010 7:57:00 PM

    How to not take another birth?

    Is there a way?

    There is a way one and only way possible. Those who know can

    answer me. I know the answer.

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    Anonymous Monday, January 24, 2011 2:21:00 PM

    Can any one help me get the address of Vallimalai

    swamigal madom or Trust in chennai with phone number?

    Seshadri

    sesha23@gmail.com

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    Krishnamoorthy S Monday, May 23, 2011 6:18:00 PM

    ! !!

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    Anonymous Wednesday, September 07, 2011 10:48:00 AM

    Can you please post the songs to be recited to buy house, marrige?

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    Anonymous Wednesday, October 19, 2011 9:58:00 AM

    Let me know the dharshan timings - Murugavel

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    Anonymous Thursday, December 15, 2011 4:22:00 PM

    CHENNAI TO SIRUVAPURI BUS ROUTE

    Dhivya Dharsanam: Siruvapuri Sri Balasubramanyar http://www.dharsanam.com/2008/02/siruvapuri-sri-balasubramanyar.html

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    MK Monday, April 30, 2012 5:56:00 PM

    NOT AVL

    Anonymous Thursday, December 15, 2011 4:23:00 PM

    Can any one help me CHENNAI TO SIRUVAPURI BUS ROUTE AND

    TIMINGS.STARTING POINT

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    Anonymous Friday, December 23, 2011 7:12:00 AM

    superb! informations, we hindu/nexgen need lot of info like this, i

    highly appreciate this, keep writing, great!, vazhga nin

    arulthondu, chandramouli

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    Srinivas T R Wednesday, August 15, 2012 8:43:00 AM

    Hi, your efforts are great. It surely throws a lot of light...but i find

    the text of this website exactly as in www.murugan.org. We

    appreciate your efforts and solicit a more personalized write up.

    Thanks

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    Dinesh Kumar Friday, September 14, 2012 9:47:00 PM

    How to reach Siruvapuri Murugan temple from Redhills chennai.any

    MTC bus are available?

    If any one knows Bus route help me out to reach this place

    Thanx in advance

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