This temple is another paadal petra sthalam. This sivasthalam can be come to from Peralam by means of Thirupamburam. One can likewise achieve this sivasthalam from Kumbakonam by going on Kumbakonam - Natchiarkovil - Eravanchery - Poonthottam course. Subsequent to coming to Kadakambadi town on this highway, one needs to cross Arasalaru extension and go north for around 3 Kilometres to reach this sivasthalam.Lord of the temple is praised in the Thevaram hymns of Saint Gnana Sambandar. This is the 60th Shiva temple on the southern bank of Cauvery praised in Thevaram hymns.
About the Temple
The temple is confronting east with a three level Rajagopuram. The internal range is exceptionally roomy. There are sanctums for Lords Mangala Vinayaka and Muruga in the prakara. Navagraha-9 planets hallowed place is in the front mandap. Sun, Sage Vishvamitra and Gandharvas had venerated Lord Shiva in this temple It is the aficionados' confidence that appealing to Lord and Mother would guarantee all promise in family Devotees perform abishek and archanas to Lord and Mother offering vastras Gandharvas had revered Lord
Legend and Stories
Divine serpent Lord Aadisesha is connected with Lord Vishnu. Ruler Vishnu rests over the snake bed. This sacred serpent offered love to master Siva on Mahasivarathri day (Holy night of Lord Siva. This celebration is praised consistently amid English timetable Months Jan-Feb definitely on (Tithi) of the melting away moon fortnight (Krishnapaksham).
The legend talks about the in four diverse Siva Shrines. In the morning the love of Aadiseshan started at Kudanthai Keezhkottam or Nageswarar temple Kumbakonam (present name) and in the twelve was worshiped Keezhperupallam (six kilometers from Kumbakonam) and later the third Thiruppampuram was worshiped and at night the love finished at the fourth hallowed place Thirunagai Karokanam. Indeed, even today individuals offer love to every one of these spots of four Lord Siva Shrines on Mahasivarathiri day. Thirupampuram sthalapuranam starts with the supplication to God of Thygarasapilliar. Eight found in this part. In the melodies and there is a notice about the general population who were allayed from the transgressions conferred by them. Counting the written in which an announcement is found around 12 "Sthala Theerthankal" which were made by fans of Saedapureeswarar.
Thirupampuram sthalapuranam talks about the significance of the Maha Sivarathiri which happens amid the month of "Masi". Amid that time showering in the waterway Kaveri at Myladuthurai is thought to be extremely significant.
Thirupampuram A statue of Brahma is found in the temple of Saedapureesvarar . A statue of Brahma is found in the temple of Saedapureesvarar .Parvathi petition to God melodies were discovered without further ado in the Thirupampuram sthalapuranam. Agaththiyar Prayer melodies are found in twelve then she is moving to Thirupampuram amid the month of constantly performing the supplication to God for a long time and she get alleviated from the fans' transgressions which possessed in her body.
Thirupampuram sthala puranam talks how gets eased from the transgressions he has conferred by issuing nectar to all individual but to Lord Siva in Thakkan graced by the Lord.
Thirupampuram sthalapuranam gives a nitty gritty record of He was rebuffed by Virabadthira who was made by Lord Siva by killing head. Later on he came to Thirupampuram with the goats head gave by Lord Siva and worshiped the Lord to appease his offense and he was graced by our Lord Saedapureeswarar. Petitioned the Saedapureeswarar to get remembered of his transgression is specified in the Sthalapuranam. Lord of Kasi according to the exhortation of introduced himself in his fantasy came to Thirupampuram to dispose of his Epilepsy malady and performed the petitions to God according to the customs and get cured and about-faced to administer his Kingdom. This episode is found in the Thirupampuram sthalapuranam. Requests to God to the Lord Saedapureeswarar for a long time. His illness was cured by the Lord and ruled the Chola Kingdom for a more drawn out period. The ruler organized the Chariot to keep running in the avenues of Thirupampuram for the Lord.
Maha Shivrathri in February-March and Tirukarthikai in November-December are the festivals celebrated in the temple.
Devotees perform “Abishekam” and “Archana” to Lord and Mother offering vastras
Shiva in the temple is a swayambumurthy Linga made of sand. The spot is named Sukshma Pureeswaram as couples isolated before had a re-union here.Planet Mars-Angaraka had his condemnation eased in this temple.Those under antagonistic parts of this planet will overcome delays in their relational unions and the wiped out will be cured, on the off chance that they venerate him in the temple. Tuesdays in Masi month-February-March are proposed for Mars love when unique pujas are performed here with Vilwa leaves and Mangala Theertham-water from a well-for the get-together of couples. Those beset by Mars issues visit the temple in huge numbers for help.
Devotees believe that praying to the holy Lord and Mother would bestow all auspiciousness in family.
Nearby Places to Visit
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The nearest airport is in Trichy.
The nearest railway station is in Kumbakonam.
The temple could be reached from Kadagambadi by taking a bus running from Kumbakonam to Karaikal via Poonthottam. The temple is situated 3 km north of Kadagambadi. There is no public transport facility available and hence, devotees have to walk this distance. Devotees coming from Kumbakonam may get down at Eravancheri. Devotees coming from Karaikal, Mayiladuthurai and Tiruvarur routes could get down at Poonthottam. Autos and cabs are available from either side of Eravancherry and Poonthottam.
Sri Sukshma Pureeswarar Temple, (Tiru Chirukudi), Cherukudi,
Saraboji Rajapuram Post- 609 503,
Via Poonthottam, Kudavasal Post,
Devotees visit this temple to seek fulfillment of the following:-
- To get relief from adverse aspects of Ankaraka
- the Sevvai dosha in particular
- To overcome obstacles marriage talks
- For cure from serious illness
- For reunion of separated couples
Kailaasarana Shiva Chandramouli Phaneendra Maathaa Mukutee Zalaalee Kaarunya Sindhu Bhava Dukha Haaree Thujaveena Shambho Maja Kona Taaree
Meaning -Oh Lord Shiva who is seated on Mount Kailash, where the moon decorates his forehead and the king of serpents crown his head, who is merciful and removes delusion, You alone can protect me. I surrender to thee.
Aum Trayambakam Yajaamahey Sugandhim Pusti Vardhanam Urvaarukamiva Bandhanaath Mrutyor Muksheeya Maamritaat
Meaning -We worship the fragrant Lord Shiva, who has 3 eyes and who cultivates all beings. May He free me from death, for immortality, as even a cucumber is separated from its bond with the vine.
6 a.m. to 12 a.m.4 p.m. to 8 p.m.