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PANCHA BHOOTHA STALAMS

The Pancha Bhoota shrines dedicated to Shiva  constitute a set of five Saivite temples in South India held in reverence for centuries.  Indigenous belief holds life as a synthesis of the five basic elements (the pancha Bhootams) wind, water, fire, earth and space. Shiva is worshipped as the embodiment of each of the five elements   in the vast temples at Sri Kalahasti, Tiruvanaikkaval, Tiruvannamalai, Kanchipuram and Chidambaram. Each of these temples is rich in legend, history, sculptural wealth and festival traditions.

TIRUVANNAMALAI - ARUNACHALESHWARAR - FIRE
SRIKAALAHASTI - AIR
TIRUVANIKKAAVAL - WATER
KANCHEEPURAM - EARTH
CHIDAMBARAM - SKY

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TIRUVANNAMALAI - ARUNACHALESHWARAR - FIRE

Tiruvannamalai is one of the greatest Saivite shrines in India, on a sprawling 24 acre temple campus, drawing hundreds of thousands of pilgrims every full moon. The hill here is considered to be a manifestation of Shiva.  Tiruvannamalai is one of the Panchabhoota Stalams, here Shiva is as an embodiment of FIRE.


Kartigai Deepam festival here is of great significance.  Manikkavacakar composed his Tiruvempavai here.The Paatala Linga shrine is connected with the spritual savant Ramana Maharishi. Arunagiri Nathar began composing his Tiruppukazh here at this temple.

Legend  here goes that Shiva assumed the form of a huge column of fire, whose origins Bhramma and Vishnu failed to trace.

Architecture: The 11 tiered East Rajagopuram towers to a height of 217 feet, while the fortified walls pierced with 4 gopura entrances offer a formidable look to this vast temple complex . The Pei Gopuram, Tirumanjana Gopuram and Ammanaiammal gopuram are the other three.  The 1000 pillared hall and the temple tank were built by Krishna Deva Rayarar of Vijayanagar. Each of the prakarams has a huge Nandi and several towers such as the Vallala Maharaja Gopuram and Kili Gopuram.

The ancient and vast ArunachaleswararTemple as it stands today is the result of several centuries of building, alteration and extension. A Nandi faces the main shrine in each of its five prakarams. The outermost prakaram houses the thousand pillared hall and the Shiva Ganga tank and is pierced on four sides with colossal Gopurams.  The fourth prakaram includes the Bhramma Tirtham, and its eastern gateway Vallala Gopuram holds a statue of King Ballala. The third prakaram which dates back to the 12th century CE has several Linga Shrines, and the Kili Gopura Entrance. In the East side of the prakaram stands the Flag Staff while the Northern side is home to the massive shrine of Unnamulai Amman. The 3rd prakaram surrounds the roofed 2nd prakaram which houses the pantheon of deities associated with Shiva, which in turn surrounds the shrine of Annamalaiyar.

There is an air of deep mysticism around the temple, the hill and its environs and the town itself has been known for its long association with Yogis, Siddhas, the well known spiritual savant Ramana Maharishi and several others. The origin of this temple dates way back in time, although much of the temple structure as seen today, is a result of building activity over the last one thousand years.

An elaborate protocol of worship services marks each day at the Tiruvannamalai temple where about a hundred and fifty people are attached to the temple including priests, musicians, singers, carpenters, potters, washermen, palanquin bearers, garland makers, administrators, guards etc.The day begins with the ceremonial arrival of Ganga to the shrine, from a tank in the Southern part of the town on an elephant through the Southern, Tirumanjana Gopuram.This water cleanses the entrance to the second prakaram, and then the next ritual involving the waking up of Shiva and Parvati in the bedchamber. The Shiva-Meru returns to the Annamalaiyaar shrine while the image of Parvati returns to the Unnamulaiamman shrine. Six other pujas are offered at the temple, the first one at 6 am, and the last one at night where the Shiva Meru and the image of Parvati are processionally brought into the bed chamber.Each service is accompanied by chants of invocation, dedication and praise. In the south west corner of the prakaram, the sacrificial fire ritual takes place, ending with the consecration of vessels of water which are used in the ablution of Annamalaiyaar and Unnamulai Amman.

The celebration of Kartikai Deepam marks the conclusion of the ten day Bhrammotsavam in the month of Kartikai (Scorpio , Nov 15 through December 15). Each of these festival days is marked by the procession of the Pancha Murthys (Somaskandar (Annamalayar), Unnamulaiyaal, Ganapati, Subramanyar and Chandikeswarar) in gaily decorated mounts. Most noteworthy among these are the Rishabha Vahana Utsavam celebrated on the fifth evening of the festival and the Rathotsavam, celebrated on the seventh day of the festival.

Kartikai Deepam is preceeded by the Bharani Deepam celebration when a lamp is lit in the main shrine of the temple following a fire sacrifice before the shrine of Surya. A small bowl of ghee lighted at this fire is used to light five other lamps representing the five aspects of Shiva. Preparations begin for the Kartikai Deepam which is to be celebrated in the afternoon. A group of fishermen carry a portion of this fire inside a container of baked earth to the summit of the mountain where a large copper utensil filled with offerings of ghee and pieces of cloth has been placed.Crowds begin to throng the temple complex, and a discernible order prevails among the crowd as the tens of thousands gathered begin their patient wait for the auspicious moment when the Deepam celebration would reach its peak. In the meanwhile, preparations go on for the afternoon’s climax. Four of the five decorated Pancha Murthys are are brought out from the main shrine of the temple and housed in Vimanams in the 3rd prakaram of the temple, facing the flag staff and the Annamalai Hill. The last to arrive is Annamalaiyar who comes out of the second prakaram, dancing with his consort.The crowd waits to catch a glimpse of the image of Ardhanareeswarar which then brought out of the inner shrine towards the Utsavar Annamalayaar.  The image of Ardhanareeswarar is brought out in a gait by the bearers and a deeparadanai is offered to the Utsavar, and at this very instant, the lamp on the hill is lighted as the crowd breaks into a cheer, yet retaining the order that was there when it was just beginning to assemble. The human mass gathered within and around the precincts of the temple, along with the residents of the town and neighboring towns catch sight of the flame atop the Annamalai hill, cherishing the age old belief that it is a representation of Shiva himself, who appeared in the form of a flame whose origins could not be deciphered by the other two of the Trinity namely Bhramma and Vishnu.Keeping with tradition, the inner sanctum doors close, with the arrival of the deepam outside, and it is believed Annamalaiyaar is to be worshipped only as the beacon until the next morning when the shrine is reopened.

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SRIKAALAHASTI - KAALAHASTISHWARAR - AIR

This ancient temple dedicated to Shiva is one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalams (temples celebrating Shiva as the embodiment of the primary elements), air being the element in case here.
Kalahasti is located 40kms east of Tirupati and is visited by thousands of pilgrims. This temple is also associated with Rahu and Ketu.


This temple has been referred to in pre-Christian Tamil literature. The Tamil Saivite saints of the 1st millennium CE have visited this temple and sung its fame. The adjoining hill Dakshina Kailasam has many a fine Pallava carving.

The Tamil Cholas and the Vijayanagara Rulers have made several endowments to this temple. Adi Sankara is said to have visited this temple and offered worship here. There are Chola inscriptions in this temple which date back to the 10th century CE.

The Telugu poem 'Sri Kalahasti Satakam' explains the traditions associated with this temple.Muthuswamy Deekshitar, one of the foremost composers in the Karnatic Music Tradition has sung the glory of this temple in his kriti 'Sree Kaalahasteesa'.

Other works on this temple include the Sree-Kalattipuranam of the three brothers Karunapprakasar, Sivapprakasar and Velappa Deekshitar, Tirukkalattipuranam by Aanandakoottar of Veerainagar and Tirukkalatti Ula by Seraikkavirayar.

Architecture: The vast west facing Kalahastiswara temple is built adjoining a hill, and on the banks of the river Swarnamukhi. At some points, the hill serves as the wall of the temple. The temple prakarams follow the contour of the adjoining hill and hence the temple plan is rather irregular.  North of the temple is the Durgambika hill, south is the Kannappar hill and east is the Kumaraswamy hill.

Krishnadevaraya built a huge gopuram, a few feet away from the entrance to the temple. The entrance to the temple is crowned with a smaller tower. There is an underground Ganapati shrine in the outer prakaram, while in the innermost prakaram are the shrines of Shiva and Parvati.

The present structure of the temple is a foundation of the Cholas of the 10th century, as testified by inscriptions; improvements and additions were made during the subsequent years of the Chola rulers of Tamilnadu and the Vijayanagar emperors.

Legends: Lord Shiva is said to have given salvation to a spider, elephant and a serpent who were ardent devotees of the Shiva Lingam located here. The spider is said to have attained salvation in Kritayuga (the first of the four yugas in the Hindu tradition), while the elephant and the snake were devotees in Treta Yugam, the succeeding aeon. The elephant's devotional outpouring was a source of disturbance to the serpent's display of devotion and vice versa, resulting in animosity between the two, until Shiva's intervention gave both the devotees their liberation.

Kannappa Nayanaar/Bedara Kannappa, a hunter is said to have been a great devotee of Kalahasteeswarar. Legend has it that he offered his own eyes to the Shivalingam, and for this reason earned the name Kannappan (his original name being Thinnan), and the distinction of having his statue adorn the sanctum. Nakkiradevar, Indra, Rama, Muchukunda and others are believed to have worshipped Shiva at this temple.

Festivals: Maha Shivaratri which occurs in the Tamil month of Maasi (Feb 15 through March 15) is one of the greatest festival seasons here, and the celebrations are marked by processions of the deities. The fifth day of the festival in the month of Maasi coincides with the Maha Shivaratri.

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TIRUVANIKKAAVAL - JAMBUKESHWARAR - WATER

This well visited Shivastalam located in the vicinity of Tiruchirappalli and Srirangam  This is one of the most revered temples to Shiva, it is a panchabootha stalam, here Shiva as an embodiment of Water.

Legends: There is said to have been a forest of Jambu trees near the Chandrateertha tank (filled with the water of the Kaveri) here and Shiva is said to have appeared under one of the trees as a Shiva Lingam. Legend has it that two devotees of Shiva were born under the influence of a curse as a white elephant and a spider. The elephant worshipped Shiva with flowers and water brought in its trunk (hence the name Tiru Aanaikka).

The spider worshipped the Lingam by spinning a web on top, to protect it from falling leaves. The elephants worship would destroy the spiders web, and the spiders web amounted to desecration in the eyes of the elephant leading to animosity between the two, of such proportion that a fight between them resulted in the death of both.

The spider was born again in the royal Chola family (in Uraiyur - during the Sangam period). An interesting tale is associated with his birth. His parents Subhadeva and Kamalavati prayed to Nataraja of Chidambaram for a male successor. The royal astrologer is said to have predicted an auspicious time for the birth of a successor who would be a ruler of great fame. The hour of birth approached sooner though and the royal queen bade her attendants to tie her legs and hang her upside down, with the aim of delaying the birth of the child. She achieved her objective although the royal offspring was born with reddened eyes, earning for himself the name 'Chenkannan' - the red eyed one. In his life time Ko Chenkannan is said to have been built several elevated temples - out of reach of elephants, keeping with the legend of his animosity with an elephant in his previous birth.

The stala vriksham is said to have grown out of a munivar, who offered his worship to Shiva.Akhilandeswari (Parvati) is said to have meditated upon Shiva here, and her shrine here, is considered to be of great significance.

It is believed that Akhilandeswari was originally an Ugra Devata of great fury, and Adi Sankaracharyar is said to have converted the fiery energy of the deity into a manifestation of peace. Shrines to Vinayaka and Subramanya face Akhilandeswari.

History: This temple has records of patronage from the Chola Pandya, Hoysala and the Madurai Naik kings. The temple is said to have been built by the Chola King Ko Chenkannan and it was of special significance to the Chola kings. Ko Chenkannan is praised by tamil literature for having built more than seventy temples - and he is historically placed in the Sangam period (the very early years of the Christian era). Inscriptions from the tenth century AD testify to later Chola patronage. The Hoysalas who had a base near Samayapuram (near Tiruchi) built four temples in Northern Tiruvanaikkaval (Vallaleeswaram, Padmaleswaram, Narasimheswaram and Somaleswaram). The Pandyas and the Hoysalas contributed to the Eastern tower.

Adi Sankara is said to have visited the Akhilandeswari shrine. He is said to have adorned her with ear-rings bearing the symbol of the chakram. There is a shrine to Adi Sankara in this temple.
The Temple: This is a vast temple (18 acres) with lofty gopurams, 5 prakarams and ornate mandapams. The second and third prakarams date back to the 13th century. The dwajasthampa mandapam has grand sculptural work. There is an image of Ekapada Trimurthy representing the unity of Bhrama Vishnu and Shiva in this temple.

The Akhilandeswari shrine is located in the fourth prakaram. The Eastern tower with seven levels has fine sculptural specimen of musical scenes, while the Western tower has nine levels. The first prakaram has been renovated in this century.
Festivals: Annual festivals here include the Pankuni Bhrammotsavam, Vasanta Utsavam, the float festival in Thai (Capricorn) , Aadi Pooram (Cancer) and the Pancha Prakara festival.

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KANCHEEPURAM - EKAMBARESHWARAR - EARTH

This is one of the most revered temples to Shiva, HERE Shiva is present as an embodiment of Earth. It is a vast temple with many an endowment from the Vijayanagar rulers, as seen in the long corridors, towering gopurams and mandapams. This is the 1st of the 32 Tevara Stalams in the Tondai region of South India.
There are several Shiva temples scattered all over Kanchipuram, and it is to be noted that there is no separate shrine for Parvati in any of them. The Kamakshiamman temple  is the only Ambal shrine in Kanchipuram.In Kanchi, the Ekambreswarar, Kamakottam temples with Kumarakottam in between  denote Somaskandar. 

History: This vast temple with high rising Gopurams dominates the skyline of Kanchipuram the historic capital of the Pallavas. Kanchipuram - a temple town is considered to be the foremost among the seven prime pilgrimage centers in India. Along with Mamallapuram and Tirukkalunkunram, this town attracts the attention of several tourists in Chennai. Also in Kanchipuram is the grand Varadarajar temple along with several other temples revered by the tamil hymns of the Alwars of the 1st millennium. The Pallavas, Cholas and the Vijayanagar Kings especially Krishna Deva Raya have contributed to this temple.   Second century AD Tamil poetry speaks of Kamakottam, and the Kumarakottam (currently the Kamakashi Amman temple and the Subramanya temple). Tiruvacakam, Tirukkovaiyaar, Kanchipuranam, Manimekalai etc. speak of the glory of Kanchi the city.The existing structure then, was pulled down and rebuilt by the Pallava Kings. The Cholas who came in later also made several contributions to the temple.

Architecture: The temple covers an area of over 40 acres. The Raja Gopuram or the entrance tower to the temple which rises to a height of 172 feet was built by the Vijayanagar Monarch Krishnadevaraya. The pillared hall in front of the sanctum was also built by the Vijayanagar Kings.

Deities: The presiding deity here is Ekambareswarar or Shiva, worshipped as the Prithivi Lingam. A Somaskanda panel featuring Shiva, Parvati and Skanda adorns the rear of the main shrine, which has been held in worship for centuries together. It is believed that Parvati, the consort of Shiva worshipped him in the form of a Prithivi Lingam, or a Lingam improvised out of sand, under a mango tree. Legend has it that the neighboring Vegavati river overflowed and threatened to engulf the Shiva Lingam and that Parvati or Kamakshi, embraced the Lingam, and Shiva, touched by the gesture materialized in person and married her.
In this context he is referred to as 'Tazhuvakkuzhainthaar' in Tamil. S

As mentioned before, there is no separate shrine for Ambal or the Goddess in the temple as she is worshipped along with Shiva, as in every other Shiva temple in the precincts of the town of Kanchipuram.
There is another shrine of Shiva and Kamakshi under the Stala Vruksham or the Temple tree, which is a mango tree said to be 3500 years old. The mango tree is said to be the embodiment of the four Vedas and the tree is said to bear fruits of four different variety/taste each season here.
The Saint poet Sundaramoorthy Nayanar is said to have recovered his eyesight (left eye) after offering worship here.

Festivals and Services: (See also below): Six worship services are offered each day in this temple - namely UshadKalam, Kaalasanthi, Uchi Kaalam, Pradosham and Sayarakshai and Ardhajamam. Colorful festivals such as Ani Tirumanjanam (June-July), Adi Kritikai (July-Aug), Avani Moolam (Aug - Sep), Navaratri (Sep-October), Kartikai Deepam (Nov-Dec), Thai Poosam (Jan-Feb), Panguni Uthiram (Mar-Apr), Chitra Pournami (Apr-May) and Vaikashi Vishakam (May-June) mark the temple's annual calendar. The Panguni festival lasts for 13 days and it is during this festival that the wedding of the presiding deity is celebrated, and the venerated Tamil poems of the Nayanmars (Tirumurais) are sung in great splendor.

Other: Nilaathungal Tunda Perumaal - Vishnu is worshipped in a small shrine in one of the corridors.The works of the Alwars refer to the Vishnu shrine here and it is revered as one of the 108 Divya Desams as well.

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CHIDAMBARAM - TILLAI NATARAJAR - SKY

Chidambaram is one of the most ancient and most celebrated of shrines in India. It is of great religious as well as historic and cultural significance.Here Shiva is an embodiment of the infinite SKY. Chidambaram is associated with Nataraja, or Shiva in his Ananda Tandava pose (the Cosmic Dance of bliss) in the cosmic golden hall and the hall of consciousness (Chit Sabha). Shiva is also worshipped in the "formless form" of the Chidambara Rahasyam, while the temple is known for its Akasa Lingam, an embodiment of Shiva as the formless Space. The word "Koyil" or temple in the Tamil Saivite tradition refers to none other than the Chidambaram Nataraja temple.


The origins of this vast temple are buried in antiquity. Literature talks of a tradition of Shiva (Nataraja) worship in existence even as early as the Sangam period (very early on in the Christian era), and the Tamil Saints have sung its fame when an established worship tradition was in place. The later Chola Kings (Aditya I and Parantaka I) adorned the roof of the shrine with gold, and the other Chola Kings treated Nataraja as their guardian deity and made several endowments to the temple as temple inscriptions testify. The Pandya Kings who followed them, and the later Vijayanagar rulers made several endowments to the temple. There is a stone image of Krishnadevaraya in the North Gopura which he is said to have erected. In the wars of the 18th century, this temple was used as a fort, especially when the British General Sir Eyre Coote unsuccesfully tried to capture it from the Mysore Kings. During this period, the images of Nataraja and Sivakamasundari were housed in the Tiruvarur Tyagaraja temple for safety.

Muthuswamy Deekshitar, one of the foremost composers in the Karnatic Music tradition sings the glory of this temple in his kriti 'Ananda Natana Prakasam'. The Alwar Poems of the Naalayira Divya Prabandam sing the glory of Vishnu, whose image is also housed in this temple, and his shrine is referred to as 'Tiruchitrakootam'. Adi Sankara is said to have presented a Spatika Lingam which is still under worship in this temple. Sekkizhaar's Periya Puranam, describing poetically the life of the Saivite Saints (63 in number) was composed in the 1000 pillared hall, and was expounded by the author himself in the presence of the Chola emperor Kulottunga II, who had comissioned the work, amidts great festivity and fanfare.

Each of the four most revered Saivite Saints (Appar, Sundarar, Sambandar and Manikkavacakar) has worshipped at Chidambaram, and the bulk of Manikkavacakar's work is in praise of Shiva at Chidambaram. Accordingly, their images are placed in the temple entrances corresponding to their points of entry into the temple. (Sambandar - South, Appar - West, Sundarar - North and Manikkavacakar - East).

Legends associated with this temple: Aadi Sesha, the serpent (couch) of Vishnu, heard from Vishnu the grandeur of Shiva's cosmic dance. Filled with irrepressable desire to witness this dance in person at Chidambaram, Seshan descended to the earth as Patanjali (the one who descended). Vyagrapaadar, another devotee of Shiva prayed to obtain the tiger's claws so that he could obtain with ease the sacred Vilva leaves meant for Shiva's worship at Chidambaram. At the appointed hour, Shiva (with Sivakami) granted to Patanjali and Vyagrapaadar, a visual treat in the form of his Cosmic Dance of Bliss, to the accompaniments of music played by several divine personalities in the Hindu pantheon. This Dance of Bliss is said to have been witnessed by Vishnu, and there is a Govindaraja shrine in the Natarajar temple commemorating this. The dance of bliss of Shiva, is also said to have been enacted upon Shiva's (Bhikshatana) victory over the married ascetics of Daruka Vanam.

Yet another legend, commemorating the dance duel between the doyens of dance Shiva and Kali is associated with Chidambaram. Shiva is said to have lifted his left foot towards the sky in the Urdhuva Tandava posture, a definite male gesture, which out of adherence to protocol, Kaali could not reciprocate, thereby causing Shiva to emerge victorious, delegating Kaali to the status of a primary deity in another temple in the outskirts of Chidambaram. This legend is portrayed in the Nritta Sabha, one of the halls within the Chidambaram temple.

There is another recent legend associated with this temple. The sacred Tamil works of the Nayanmaars had been missing for several years, and it was during the period of Raja Raja Chola (the builder of the Grand temple at Tanjavur) that formal research was initiated to trace these fine works of devotional literature. These works of the Saivite Saints - rich in musical content were recovered in a dilapidated state in one of the chambers in this vast temple, after the monarch brought images of the Saint trinity in procession to the temple.

Nataraja: The dance of bliss, or the Ananda Tandavam of Shiva is said to symbolize the five divine acts (pancha krityas) of creation, sustenance, dissolution, concealment and bestowment of grace. The dance of Shiva has been frozen in metal and held in worships in Nataraja Sabhas, in virtually all of the Saivite temples in Tamilnadu. Five of the foremost Sabhas (Pancha Sabhai) are at Chidmbaram (Kanaka Sabhai the hall of gold), Madurai (Rajata Sabhai the hall of Silver), Tiruvalangadu near Chennai (Ratnasabhai the hall of rubies), Tirunelveli (Tamrasabhai the hall of copper) and Kutralam near Tirunelveli (Chitrasabhai the hall of pictures). Other dance halls of significance are Adri Sabhai (the Himalayas), Aadi Chitsabhai (Tiruvenkaadu near Chidambaram) and Perur Kanakasabhai (Patteeswarar temple at Perur near Coimbatore).

Architecture: The Chidambaram Natarajar temple is a specimen of the assimilation of several architectural styles. The innermost sanctum of the temple, houses the grand images of Shiva (Nataraja) and Parvati (Sivakami) in the ChitSabha or the hall of consciousness, adjoining which is the KanakaSabha or the Golden Hall, both these structures resting on a raised platform. The innermost prakaram surrounds this holiest of shrines, and to the South West of Nataraja, is the shrine of Govindaraja Perumaal facing the East.

The Chitsabha, the holiest shrine in the temple, is a wooden structure supported with wooden pillars, with a hut shaped roof. It is in this hall, that the images of Nataraja and Sivakami are housed, in front of a set of two curtains, the inner (invisible) one being red in color, the outer one being black in color. To the right of Shiva, is the revered Chidambara rahasyam - or a representation of emptiness garlanded with golden vilva leaves.

The curtain in front of the Chidambara Rahasyam, representing Shiva (and Parvati) in the formless form (Aroopam) is lifted ceremoniously during worship services, with offerings of lamps. Also in the Chitsabha are images of Ratnasabhapati (Nataraja of Ruby), the Spatika Lingam of Chandramauleeswara, Swarnakarshana Bhairavar, Mukhalingam etc.

The Golden Hall, or KanakaSabha is immediately in front of the ChitSabha, both being on an elevated platform as mentioned before, with silver panelled doors in front. The ChitSabha itself is a meter or so higher than the Kanakasabha and is reached by a flight of 5 silver plated steps, marking the five aksharas (or syllables) of the Panchakshara Mantram (the five syllabled Namasivaya).

Across from the Nataraja shrine in he second prakaram is the Nritta Sabha or the hall of dance with some fine pillars, housing an image of Shiva in the Urdhva tandava posture, winning over Kaali in a dance duel, and an image of Sarabheswara, another form of Shiva. The Nritta Sabha with fine pillars is in the form of a chariot drawn by horses. The Deva Sabha or the house of Gods is also in the second prakaram, housing festival images of the Pancha Murtis (Somaskandar, Parvati, Vinayaka, Subramanya and Chandikeswara) and other deities. Mulanathar, or the representation of Shiva as a Lingam is housed in the second prakaram.

The outermost prakaram is home to the grand Sivakami Amman temple, the Sivaganga tank and the 1000 pillared hall or the Raja Sabha, where Nataraja is brought during two annual festivals. The vast Sivakami Amman shrine is a temple in its own right. Ceilings on the mukhamandapam of this temple have paintings from the Nayaka period. There are friezes of dancers, drummers and musicians all along the enclosing walls of this temple. The thousand pillared hall has witnessed several grand events in history. This hall is also designed in the form of a chariot. Its entrance features two elephants, and on the basement there is a frieze of dancing figures. The 100 pillared hall, also in the outermost prakaram is also of artistic value, as is the shrine of Subramanya, which dates back to the Pandya period. The Subramanya shrine is also in the form of a chariot, and is referred to as the 'Pandya Nayakam'.

Perhaps the most magnificient structures in the temple are the four lofty gopurams or towers in the four cardinal directions, piercing the walls of the outermost prakaram. Each is a gigantic masterpiece in itself - about 250 feet in height, with seven tiers. The Western tower is the oldest one. In the towers, on either side of the gateways there are representations of the 108 poses of the classical Bharata Natyam Tradition as enunciated in the Classic Natya Sastra. The towers are embellished with images from Hindu mythology. From the second tier onward, on each of the Gopuram, are seen images of various manifestations of Shiva such as Bhikshatana, Kankala (both being ascetic forms), Kalyanasundarar, Somaskandar etc. (bestowers of prosperity). There are no representations of Nataraja on the temple towers, as this image is reserved for the innermost shrine alone.

Worship protocol: Six worship services are offered in this temple each day at the shrine of Nataraja - the last of which is the ArdhaJaama Puja (the most special one), where the padukas (footwear) of Nataraja are ceremoniously taken to the Palliarai (night chamber) of Shiva and Parvati after elaborate rituals. It is believed that the entire pantheon of divine figures in the Hindu system of beliefs is present during this occasion. The first puja in the morning involves the waking up of Shiva, and a transport of the padukas back to the main shrine, followed by fire rituals and ablutions to the crystal Shivalingam. The worship services that follow at about 9:30, and then at noon, and at 5 in the evening and at 7 pm involve a combination of rituals involving ablutions to the Crystal Lingam and the ceremonial show of lamps to Nataraja and Sivakami amidst the chanting of Vedic and Tamil hymns. The Shiva Agama system of temple rituals followed in almost all of the Saivite temples in Tamilnadu, is not followed at Chidambaram. It is a unique worship protocol said to have been prescribed by Patanjali that is followed at this temple.

Festivals: Two annual Bhrammotsavams at Chidambaram are of great significance, as they involve colorful processions of festival deities in the car streets. The grandest of these occurs in the month of Margazhi (Dec 15 - Jan 15), concluding on the full moon day corresponding to the Arudra Darisanam festival (Arudra Darisanam is celebrated in Saivite temples all over Tamilnadu). This ten day festival at Chidambaram involves a grand scheme of traditional observances commencing with the hoisting of the temple flag on the first day, followed by colorful procesions of the five deities (Pancha Murthys) on the first eight days on various mounts. The fifth day features Mount Kailasam, while the sixth day features the elephant mount. It is only on the ninth day that Nataraja leaves his sanctum, and is taken in a procession through the car streets, in the grand temple car. This is a special occasion and crowds throng to see it. Local fishermen communities traditionally offer gifts to Nataraja during this procession. Nataraja then returns to the Raja Sabha of the temple, where in the pre-dawn hours of the next day, while the moon is full, special abhishekams are performed to Nataraja, in the presence of thousands of devotees, and this ritual is followed by the royal audience of Nataraja in the Raja Sabha. In the afternoon, Nataraja returns to the shrine ceremoniously from the Raja Sabha, amidst an enactment of the Ananda Tandavam or the Dance of Bliss.

The second of the Bhrammotsavams happens in the month of Aani, and it concludes with Aani Tirumanjanam on the tenth day, in a manner similar to Arudra Darisanam in Margazhi. It is interesting that these annual Bhrammotsavams or festivals happen in the months immediately preceding the summer and winter solstices (ie. Gemini and Sagittarius).
Live dance performances have been introduced to the temple recently, in the form of annual dance festivals call the NATYANJALI.

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KANCHI VARADAR-VARADARAJA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-KANCHPURAMI, TN
SRIVILLIPUTHUR ANDAL VATAPATRASAYEE VISHNU TEMPLE-SRIVILLIPUTHUR,TN
TIRUVATTARU ADI KESHAVA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUVATTARU,KANYAKUMARI,TN
TRIVANDRUM ANANTHAPADMANABHASWAMY VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUVANANTHAPURAM,KL
TIRUNANGUNERI THOTADRINATHAR PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUNANGUNERI,TIRUNELVELI,TN
TIRUKARANGUDI AZHAGIYANAMBI PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUKARANGUDI,NR TIRUNELVELI,TN
KURALAPPAN VENKATACHALAPATI PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUPATISARAM/TIRUVANNAPARISARAM,NR NAGERCOIL,TN
TIRUNAGESHWARAM OPPILIAPPAN PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUNAGESHWARAM,NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
SHOLINGHUR YOGANARASIMHAR TEMPLE-SHOLINGUR,VELLORE,TN
SIRKAZHI TRIVIKRAMA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-SIRKAZHI,TN
KABISTHALAM GAJENDRA VARADHA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-KABISTHALAM, NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
GUNASEELAM PRASANNA VENKATACHALAPATHI TEMPLE-GUNASHEELAM,NR TRICHY,TN
TRICHAMBARAM SRIKRISHNA TEMPLE-TRICHAMBARAM,KANNUR,KL
ENKAN ADINARAYANA PERUMAL TEMPLE-ENKAN,TIRUVARUR,TN
BHADRACHALAM RAMACHANDRASWAMYVARU TEMPLE-BHADRACHALAM,KHAMMAM,AP
YADAGIRIGUTTA LAKSHMI NARASIMHASWAMY TEMPLE-YADAGIRIGUTTA,NALGONDA,AP
AHOBILAM NARASIMHASWAMY TEMPLE-AHOBILAM,KURNOOL,AP
ANNAVARAM VEERA SATYANARAYANASWAMY TEMPLE-ANNAVARAM,EAST GODAVARI,AP
ARASAVALLI SURYANARAYANASWAMY TEMPLE-ARASAVALLI,SRIKAKULAM,AP
MARUTHORVATTAM DHANVANTHARI TEMPLE-MARUDHORVATTAM,CHERTHALA,ALAPUZHA,KL
MANJESHWARA SRIMADH ANANTHESHWARA TEMPLE-MANJESHWARA,KASARGOD,KL
MYLAPORE KAPAALEESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-MYLAPORE,CHENNAI,TN
MELUKOTE CHELUVA NARAYANASWAMY TEMPLE-MELUKOTE,MANDYA,KA
SANKARANKOVIL SHANKARANARAYANASWAMY TEMPLE-SANKARANKOVIL,TIRUNELVELI,TN
TIRUCHENGODE ARDHANAREESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUCHENGODE,NAMAKKAL,TN
TRIPRAYAR RAMA TEMPLE-THRIPRAYAR,THRISSUR,KL
TIRUMOOZHIKALAM LAKSHMANAN TEMPLE-THIRUMOOZHIKKALAM,ANGAMALI,ERNAKULAM,KL
KOODALMANIKYAM BHARATHAN TEMPLE-IRINJALAKUDA,THRISSUR,KL
THULUVANNUR MAHAVISHNU TEMPLE-THULUVANNUR,PAYYANUR,KANNUR,KL
NANJANGUDU SRIKANTESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-NANJANAGUD,MYSORE,KA
GOKARNA MAHABALESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-GOKARNA,KARWAR,KA
MANNARGUDI RAJAGOPALASWAMI TEMPLE-MANNARGUDI,TIRUVARUR,TN
SUCHINDRAM STHANUMALAYASWAMY TEMPLE-SUCHINDRAM, KANYAKUMARI,TN
TIRUPATTUR BRAHMAPUREESHWARAR SHIVA & BRAHMA TEMPLE, TIRUPATTUR, NR TRICHY, TN
TIRUCHERAI SARANATHA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-TIRUCHERAI,TN
KODUMUDI MAGUDESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-KODUMUDI,ERODE,TN
MELUKOTE YOGANARASIMHASWAMY TEMPLE-MELUKOTE,MANDYA,KA
RAMESHWARAM RAMALINGESHWARAR RAMANATHASWAMY TEMPLE-RAMESHWARAM,TN
TANJORE BRIHADEESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THANJAVUR BIG TEMPLE,THANJAVUR,TN
TRIBHUVANAM SARABESHWARAR TEMPLE-TRIBHUVANAM,KUMBAKONAM,TN
KUMBAKONAM ADI KUMBESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-KUMBAKONAM, TN
TIRUCHERAI RUNA VIMOCHANA LINGESHWARAR TEMPLE-TIRUCHERAI,TN
SRIVILLIPUTHUR VAIDYANATHASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-SRIVILLIPUTHUR,TN
TENKASI KASHI VISHWANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TENKASI,TN
KUTRALLAM FALLS TIRUKUTRALANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE-COURTALLAM WATER FALLS, TENKASI,TN
NELLAI NELLAIAPPAR GANDHIMATHI SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUNELVELI,TN
THIRUVARUR THYAGARAJASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUVARUR,TN
TIRUMANANJERI KALYANA SUNDARESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUMANANJERI, NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
TIRUKARUGAVUR GARBHARAKSHAMBIKAI MULLAIVANANATHAR TEMPLE-TIRUKARUGAVOOR, NR TANJORE,TN
TIRUVIDAIMARUDUR MAHALINGESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUVIDAIMARUDHUR,NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
THRISSUR VADAKKUMNATHAN MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THRISSUR,KL
MAMMIYOOR MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-GURUVAYUR,KL
THIRUMANGALAKUDI PRANANADESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUMANGALAKUDI, NR KUMBAKONAM,
TIRUVELVIKUDI KALYANA SUNDARESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THIRUVELVIKUDI, NR KUMBAKONAM,
MALAIKOTTAI THAYUMANASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-ROCKFORT (MALAIKOTTAI), TRICHY, TN
KUMARAVAYALUR MURUGAN TEMPLE-VAYALUR,NR TRICHY,TN
KUKKE SUBRAMANYA TEMPLE-KUKKE SUBRAMANYA,SULLYA,DK,KA
SRINGERI SRI SHARADAMBA TEMPLE-SRINGERI,CHIKAMAGALUR,KA
TALIPARAMBA SRI RAJARAJESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TALIPARAMBA,KANNUR,KL
PARASSINAKADAVU SRI MUTTHAPPAN TEMPLE-PARASSINIKADAVU,KANNUR,KL
KANJIRAKKAD SRI VAIDYANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TALIPARAMBA,KANNUR,KL
BHAVA OUSHADESHWARAR/MARUNDHEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUTURAIPOONDI,NR TIRUVARUR,TN
THAVASIMEDAI MAHALINGESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THAVASIMEDAI,DINDIGUL,TN
KANJANAGARAM GAATHRA SUNDARESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-KANJANAGARAM,NAGAPATTINAM,TN
SRISAILAM MALLIKARJUNASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-SRISAILAM,KURNOOL,AP
THINGALUR KAILASANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THINGALUR,NR TIRUVAIYAR,TANJORE,TN
VAITHYANATHASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-VAITHEESHWARAN KOIL,NAGAPATTINAM,TN
TIRUVENGADU SHWETHARANYESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPE-TIRUVENGADU,NAGAPATTINAM,TN
ALANGUDI ABATHSAHAYESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPE-ALANGUDI,NAGAPATTINAM,TN
TIRUNALLARU DARBARANYESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUNALLAR,PY
TIRUNAGESHWARAM NAGANATHASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUNAGESHWARAM,KUMBAKONAM,TN
KEEZHPERUMPALLAM NAGANATHASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-KEEZHPERUMPALLAM,NAGAPATTINAM,TN
KOLHAPUR SRI MAHALAXMI TEMPLE-KOLHAPUR,MH
VIJAYAWADA KANAKA DURGA TEMPLE-VIJAYAWADA,AP
VEMULAVADA RAJARAJESHWARASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-VEMULAWADA,KARIMNAGAR,AP
VAIKOM MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-VAIKOM,KOTTAYAM,KL
ETTUMANOOR MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-ETTUMANOOR,KOTTAYAM DIST,KL
PASHUPATHINATH SHIVA TEMPLE-MANDSAUR DIST,MP
GOA MANGUESHI SHIVA TEMPLE-MANGUESHI,GOA,GA
TIRUVEELIMALAI VEEZHINATHASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUVEEZHIMALA,TIRUVARUR,TN
TIRUPAAMPURAM SESHAPUREESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUPAAMPURAM,TIRUVARUR,TN
TIRUKADAYUR ABIRAMI AMRUTAKADESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-TIRUKKADAYUR,TARANGABADI,TN
TIRUVAVADUTHURAI GOMATHEESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THIRUVAVADUTHURAI,KUTTALA,TN
VADAPALANI MURUGAN TEMPLE-CHENNAI,TN
AVINASHI AVINASHILINGESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-AVINASHI,COIMBATORE,TN
MM HILLS MALE MAHADESHWARA TEMPLE-MM HILLS, KOLLEGAL,CHAMARAJANAGAR,KA
KADAPPATTOOR SRI MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-KADAPPATOOR,KOTTAYAM,KL
ERNAKULAM MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-ERNAKULAM,KOCHI,KL
KOOTHANUR MAHASARASWATHI AMMAN TEMPLE-KOOTHANUR,NR TIRUVARUR,TN
BASARA SRI GNANASARASWATHI TEMPLE-BASARA,ADILABAD,AP
MANNARSALA SRI NAGARAJA TEMPLE-MANNARASALA,HARIPAD,ALAPUZHA,KL
MANTRALAYAM GURU RAGHAVENDRA SWAMY TEMPLE & MUTT-MANTRALAYAM,KURNOOL,AP
GANAGAPUR DATTATREYA TEMPLE-GANAGAPUR,GULBARGA,KA
SUDARSHANAR CHAKRATHAALWAR TEMPLE-SRIRANGAM, NR TRICHY, TN
SRI CHITRAGUPTAR TEMPLE-KANCHIPURAM, TN
NAGERCOIL SRI NAGARAJA TEMPLE-NAGARCOIL,TN
KOLLUR MOOKAMBIKA DEVI TEMPLE-KOLLUR,UDUPI,KA
MULKY DURGA PARAMESHWARI DEVITEMPLE-BAPPANADU MULKY,DK,KA
PAYYANUR SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-PAYYANUR,KANNUR,KL
SRI SHANTADURGA DEVI TEMPLE-PONDA,GOA,GA
MALANADA SRI DURYODHANAN TEMPLE-MALANADA,EDAKKAD,KOLLAM,KL
THAMARAKULANGARA SRI AYYAPAN TEMPLE-THAMARAMKULANGARA,THRIPUNITHURA,KL
KANADIKAVU SRI KUTTICHATHAN VISHNUMAYA TEMPLE-KANADIKAVU,THRISSUR,KL
SURYA BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (SUN)-SURYANAAR KOVIL,NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
SINGNAPUR SRI SHANI BHAGAWAN TEMPLE-SHANI SHINGNAPUR,AHMEDNAGAR DIST,MH
THINGALUR CHANDRA BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (MOON)-THINGALOOR, TN
ANGARAKAN/MANGALA BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (MARS)-VAITHEESWARAN KOVIL, TN
TIRUVENGADU BUDHA BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (MERCURY)-TIRUVENGADU, TN


SHOLINGUR SRI YOGA ANJANEYAR TEMPLE-SHOLINGUR,VELLORE,TN
PILLAYARPATTI KARPAGA VINAYAKAR GANESH TEMPLE-PILLAYARPATTI,NR KARAIKKUDI,TN
MALAIKOTTAI UCHCHI PILLAYAR GANESH TEMPLE-ROCKFORT (MALAIKOTTAI), TRICHY, TN
KANIPAKAM SWAYAMBU VARASIDDHI VINAYAKA TEMPLE-KANIPAKKAM, NR CHITTOOR,AP
SRIKALAHASTI PATHALA VINAYAKA SANNADHI-SRIKALAHASTI,AP
ANEGUDDA SRI VINAYAKA TEMPLE-ANEGUDDA,KUMBHASI,UDUPI,KA
IDUGUNJI SRI VINAYAKA TEMPLE-IDAGUNJI,HONNAVAR,KA
KANCHI KAMAKSHI AMMAN TEMPLE-KANCHEEPURAM, TN
MADURAI MEENAKSHI AMMAN TEMPLE-MADURAI, TN
THILLAI MARIAMMAM KALIAMMAM TEMPLE-CHIDAMBARAM, TN
KANYAKUMARI AMMAN TEMPLE-KANYAKUMARI,TN
PATTEESWARAM DURGA DEVI TEMPLE-PATTEESWARAM, NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
SRI BANNARI AMMAN TEMPLE-BANNARI,SATYAMANGALAM,ERODE,TN
SRI BOYYAKONDA GANGAMMA TEMPLE-CHOWDEPALLI,CHITTOOR,AP
SRI KAMALASHILE BRAHMI DURGA PARAMESHWARI TEMPLE-KAMALASHILE,KUNDAPUR,UDUPI,KL
SRI KADAMPUZHA BHAGAVATHY TEMPLE-KADAMPUZHA,MALAPPURAM,KL
SRI PERUNGOTTUKAVU DEVI TEMPLE-PERUNGOTTUKAVU,PALAKKAD,KL
AYYAVADI MAHAPRATIYANKARA DEVI TEMPLE-AYYAVADI, NR KUMBAKONAM,TN
SRI TULJABHAVANI TEMPLE-TULJAPUR,OSMANABAD DIST,MH
AKILANDESHWARI TEMPLE-KARUVALARCHERI, NR KUMBAKONAM, TN
PAADAKATTI MARIAMMAM TEMPLE-VALANGAIMAN, NR KUMBAKONAM, TN
SAMAYAPURAM MARIAMMAN TEMPLE-SAMAYAPURAM, NR TRICHY,TN
MYSORE CHAMUNDESWARI TEMPLE-CHAMUNDI HILLS,MYSORE,KA
HORANADU ANNAPOORNESHWARI TEMPLE-HORANADU,CHIKAMAGALUR,KA
KATEEL SRI DURGA PARAMESHWARI TEMPLE-KATEEL,NR MANGALORE,DK,KA
SRI ATTUKAL BHAGAVATHY TEMPLE-ATTUKAL,TRIVANDRUM,KL
SRI KODUMUDI BRAHMA TEMPLE-KODUMUDI,ERODE,TN
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SRI PURI JAGANNATH TEMPLE-PURI,ORISSA,OR anegudde 1 2
SRIRANGANATHA VISHNU TEMPLE-SRIRANGAPATNA,NR MYSORE-KA kadampuzha 2
SRI DWARKADISH KRISHNA TEMPLE-VISHNU-DWARAKA,GJ ayyavadi2
vallakottai 1 2
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GAYA SRI VISHNUPAD TEMPLE GAYA BIHAR tpaampuram2
KASHI VISHWANATH TEMPLE VARANASI UP goa mangieshi2
SRI SOMNATH TEMPLE GUJARAT JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE sringeri2
UJJAIN MAHAKALESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE UJJAIN MP srisailam2
SRI OMKARESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE KHANDWA,MP
SRI BHIMASHANKAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE-KHED,PUNE,MH
SRI TRIYAMBAKESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE TRIMBAKESHWAR NASHIK MH
SRI GRISHNESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE AURANGABAD MH
SRI RAMESHWARAM RAMALINGESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE RAMESHWARAM TN
GANGAIKONDACHOLESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE KUMBAKONAM,TN
DARASURAM AIRAVATHEESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE KUMBAKONAM,TN
KANCHI SRI KAILASANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE-KANCHIPURAM TN
SRINGERI SRI VIDYASHANKARA SHIVA TEMPLE SRINGERI KARNATAKA
KUNDAPURA SRI KUNDESHWARA SWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE KARNATAKA
DRAKSHARAMAM BHIMESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE EAST GODAVARI AP
GUWAHATI SRI KAMAKHYA DEVI TEMPLE ASSAM
KADRI MANJUNATHA SWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE MANGALORE KARNATAKA
THIRUNILAI PERIYANDAVAR SHIVA TEMPLE CHENGALPATTU,TN
NEELLITHEERTHA SOMANATHESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE MANGALORE,KA
PATNA MAHAVIR HANUMAN TEMPLE BIHAR
PANDHARPUR VITHOBA VITTHAL VISHNU TEMPLE SOLAPUR MH
KOVILADI APPUKUTTAN PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE TRICHY TN
MAYAVARAM PARIMALA RANGANATHAR VISHNU TEMPLE MAYILADUTURAI TN
DODDAMALLUR RAMAPRAMEYASWAMY VISHNU TEMPLE CHANNAPATNA,KA
KANCHI ULAGALANDHA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE-KANCHIPURAM TN
MADURAI MADANA GOPALAKRISHNA TEMPLE MADURAI TN
SRI ARANMULA PARTHASARATHY KRISHNA TEMPLE PATHANAMTHITTA DIST,KL
KODUMUDI VEERA NARAYANA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE ERODE TN
PADUTIRUPATI SRI VENKATARAMANA VISHNU TEMPLE KARKALA KA
NALAMBALAM SRI RAMASWAMY TEMPLE RAMAPURAM KOTTAYAM,KL
NALAMBALAM SRI LAKSHMANASWAMY TEMPLE KOODAPPULAM KOTTAYAM,KL
NALAMBALAM SRI BHARATHASWAMY TEMPLE AMANAKARA KOTTAYAM,KL
NALAMBALAM SRI SHATRUGHNASWAMY TEMPLE METHIRI KOTTAYAM,KL
KANCHI PANDAVA DHOOTHAR PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE KANCHIPURAM TN
THIRUVALLA KOLAPPIRAN VALLABHA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE PATHANAMTHITTA DIST,KL
KETTAVARAMPALAYAM SRI RAMAR TEMPLE TIRUVANNAMALAI TN
PUSHKAR SRI JAGATPITHA BRAHMA TEMPLE AJMER RAJASTHAN
TIRUCHENGOTTUVELAVAR MURUGAN TEMPLE TIRUCHENGODE NAMAKKAL,TN
KUMBAKONAM VEERABHADRA SWAMY TEMPLE KUMBAKONAM TN
THIRUPURAMBIYAM SAATCHINAADAR SHIVA TEMPLE KUMBAKONAM TAMIL NADU
AMBALAPUZHA SRI KRISHNA TEMPLE AMBALAPULA ALAPUZHA KERALA
TIRUKARUGAVUR GARBHARAKSHAMBIKAI TEMPLE-TIRUKARUGAVOOR, NR TANJORE,TN
SRI ARASURI AMBAJI MATA TEMPLE AMBAJI GUJARAT
TIRUNAGESHWARAM GIRIGUJAMBIKAI TAAYAR TEMPLE TIRUNAGESHWARAM KUMBAKONAM, TN
CHETTIKULANGARA BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE MAVELIKKARA,ALAPUZHA,KL
PUNNAINALLUR MUTTHU MARIAMMAN TEMPLE PUNNAINALLUR,THANJAVUR,TN
CALCUTTA DAKSHINESHWAR KALI TEMPLE-DAKSHINESHWAR,KOLKATA,WB
THRIPUNITHURA SRI POORNATHRAYEESA VISHNU TEMPLE-TRIPUNITHURA KOCHI KERALA
AMRAVATI SRI AMBA DEVI TEMPLE AMRAVATHI MAHARASHTRA
GOA SAPTAKOTESHWAR SHIVA TEMPLE NARVE BICHOLIM GOA
SAUNDATTI RENUKA YELLAMA TEMPLE SAUNDATTI BELGAUM NORTH KARNATAKA
GOA RAMNATHI SHIVA TEMPLE RAMNATHIM PONDA GOA
PUTTUR MAHALINGESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE PUTTUR COASTAL KARNATAKA
PANCHKULA SRI MANSA DEVI TEMPLE PANCHKULA HARYANA
SRI VENUGOPALASWAMY KRISHNA TEMPLE-HIMAVAD GOPALASWAMY BETTA CHAMARAJANAGAR KARNATAKA
THIRUKAZHUKUNDRAM VEDAGIRISWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THIRUKAZHUKUNDRAM CHENGALPATTU TAMILNADU
ALL 8 ASHTAVINAYAK TEMPLES POOJA PACKAGE MAHARASHTRA-MORGAON MORESHWAR, SIDDHITEK SIDDHIVINAYAK, PALI BALLALESHWAR, MAHAD VARADAVINAYAK, THEUR CHINTAMANI, LENYADRI GIRIJATMAJ, OZHAR VIGNESHWAR & RANJANGAON MAHAGANAPATHI
MORGAON MORESHWAR GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-MORGAON MAHARASHTRA
SIDDHATEK SIDDHIVINAYAK GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-SIDDHITEK MAHARASHTRA
PALI BALLALESHWAR GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-PALI MAHARASHTRA
MAHAD VARADAVINAYAK GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-MAHAD MAHARASHTRA
THEUR CHINTAMANI GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-THEUR MAHARASHTRA
LENYADRI GIRIJATMAJ GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-LENYADRI MAHARASHTRA
OZHAR VIGNESHWAR GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-OZHAR MAHARASHTRA
RANJANGAON MAHAGANAPATHI GANESH TEMPLE-ASHTAVINAYAKA TEMPLE-RANJANGAON MAHARASHTRA
DANTEWADA DANTHESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE-SHAKTHI PEETA TEMPLE-DHANTEWADA CHATTISGARH
KOTTAYAM THIRUNAKKARA MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-KOTTAYAM KERALA
VALLIYUR SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-VALLIYUR TIRUNELVELI TAMILNADU
KULANGARAKONAM DAKSHINA MOOKAMBIKA DEVI TEMPLE-KULANGARAMKONAM TRIVANDRUM KERALA
KULAI SRI VISHNUMURTHY TEMPLE-KULAI MANGALORE COASTAL KARNATAKA
THIRUVERKADU KARUMARIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE-TIRUVERKADU CHENNAI TAMIL NADU
SALEM KOTTAI MARIAMMAN TEMPLE-SALEM TAMILNADU
RATNAGIRI SRI BALAMURUGAN TEMPLE-RATHNAGIRI VELLORE TAMILNADU
TT HILLS SRI TARA TARINI DEVI TEMPLE-SHAKTHI PEETA TEMPLE-TT HILLS GANJAM ORISSA
KANCHI SINGA PERUMAL NARASIMHAR TEMPLE-KANCHIPURAM TAMILNADU
MANGADU KAMAKSHI AMMAN DEVI TEMPLE-MAANGADU CHENNAI TAMIL NADU
AYIKUDI SRI BALASUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-AYIKUDI TIRUNELVELI TAMILNADU
SRIPERUMBUDUR ADI KESHAVA PERUMAL TEMPLE-SRIPERUMBUDHUR TAMILNADU
DINDIGUL SRI KALAHASTHEESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-DINDIGUL TAMILNADU
SALEM SUGAVANESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-SALEM TAMILNADU
PADAIVEEDU SRI RENUKAMBAL DEVI TEMPLE-PADAIVEDU TIRUVANNAMALAI TAMILNADU
VRIDHACHALAM SRI VIRUDHAGIRISHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-VIRUDHACHALAM CUDDALORE TAMILNADU
KUPPURU MARULA SIDDESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE TUMKUR KARNATAKA
YEDIYUR SIDDHALINGESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE YEDIYUR TUMKUR KARNATAKA
VETTUVANAM SRI ELLAIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE-VETTUVAANAM VELLORE TAMILNADU
KANATHUR NALVARU SWAMY TEMPLE-KANATHUR KASARGOD KERALA
TIRUVOTTIYUR VADIVUDAI AMMAN DEVI TEMPLE-THIRUVOTTRIYUR CHENNAI TAMILNADU
MALLIYOOR MAHAGANAPATHI TEMPLE-MALLIYOOR KOTTAYAM KERALA
MADURAMANGALAM VAIKUNTA PERUMAL TEMPLE-MADHURAMANGALAM SRIPERUMBUDUR TAMILNADU
KARMANGHAT HANUMAN TEMPLE-KARMANGHAT HYDERABAD ANDHRAPRADESH
THIRUNELLI MAHAVISHNU TEMPLE-THIRUNELLI WAYANAD KERALA
PATTUKOTTAI NADIYAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE-PATTUKOTTAI THANJAVUR TAMILNADU
MARARIKULAM SRI MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-ALAPUZHA KERALA
VETTICODE NAGARAJA TEMPLE-KAYAMKULAM ALAPUZHA KERALA
THIRUVAMBADI SRI KRISHNA TEMPLE-THIRUVAMBADY ALAPUZHA KERALA
DAKSHINA MOOKAMBIKA PANACHIKKAD SARASWATHI TEMPLE-KOTTAYAM KERALA
MANARCADU SREE BHAGAVATHI TEMPLE-MANARKADU KOTTAYAM KERALA
THIRUMANDHAMKUNNU BHAGAVATHY TEMPLE-MALAPPURAM KERALA
PALOOR SREE SUBRAMANYA TEMPLE-MALAPPURAM KERALA
THIRUVALATHUR ANNAPOORNESHWARI MAHISHASURAMARDHINI TEMPLE-THIRUVALATHUR PALAKKAD KERALA
THRISSILERY MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THIRUNELLI WAYANAD KERALA
KOTTIYUR MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THIRUNELLI WAYANAD KERALA
THOTTUVA SRI DHANVANTARI TEMPLE-THOTTUVA ERNAKULAM KERALA
VASUDEVAPURAM MAHAVISHNU TEMPLE-ADUVASSERY ALUVA KERALA
KALADY ADI SHANKARA TEMPLE KALADY KERALA
DELHI MAHARISHI SRI VALMIKI TEMPLE-NEW DELHI
TIRUNINDRAVUR BHAKTAVATSALA PERUMAL TEMPLE-THINNANUR CHENNAI
CHETTIPUNNIYAM DEVANATHAR HAYAGREEVAR TEMPLE-CHETTIPUNYAM CHENNAI TAMILNADU
KOTA SRI FAULADI MATAJI DEVI TEMPLE-KOTA RAJASTHAN
SHIRDI SAI BABA TEMPLE-SHIRDI AHMEDNAGAR MAHARASHTRA
TIRUVALLUR PERIYAPALAYAM BHAVANI AMMAN TEMPLE TAMILNADU
NAIMISHARANYA CHAKRATHEERTH VISHNU TEMPLE-NAIMISHARANYA SITAPUR UTTAR PRADESH
MUNDKUR DURGA PARAMESHWARI TEMPLE KARKALA COASTAL KARNATAKA
KODUNGALLUR BHAGAVATHI DEVI TEMPLE-KODUNGALLUR THRISSUR KERALA
PAYYAMAL SHATRUGNA SWAMY TEMPLE-PAYYAMAL THRISSUR KERALA
MANGALORE MANGALA DEVI TEMPLE-MANGALORE KARNATAKA
HARIPAD SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-HARIPAD ALAPUZHA KERALA
POLALI SRI RAJARAJESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE-POLALI BANTWAL COASTAL KARNATAKA
CALCUTTA KALIGHAT KALI DEVI TEMPLE-KALIGHAT KOLKATA WEST BENGAL
NAGALAPURAM VEDA NARAYANASWAMY VISHNU TEMPLE-NAGALAPURAM CHITTOOR ANDHRAPRADESH
BOMBAY MUMBA DEVI TEMPLE-MUMBAI MAHARASHTRA
SURUTAPALLI PALLIKONDESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-SLEEPING SHIVA TEMPLE-SURATHAPALLI NAGALAPURAM CHITTOOR ANDHRAPRADESH
DELHI KALKAJI DEVI TEMPLE-KALKAJI NEW DELHI
MURUDESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-MURUDESHWARA COASTAL KARNATAKA
SURATHKAL SADASHIVA TEMPLE-SURATHKAL COASTAL KARNATAKA
SAJJESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-SAJJESHWARA COASTAL KARNATAKA
KUDALASANGAMA SANGAMANATHA SHIVA TEMPLE-KUDALASANGAMA BAGALKOT KARNATAKA
KASHI SANKAT MOCHAN HANUMAN TEMPLE-VARANASI UTTAR PRADESH
SRIKURMAM KURMANATHASWAMY VISHNU TEMPLE-SRIKURMAM SRIKAKULAM ANDHRAPRADESH
SRI MATA VAISHNO DEVI TEMPLE-VAISHNO DEVI KATRA JAMMU & KASHMIR
LEPAKSHI VEERABHADRA SWAMY TEMPLE-LEPAKSHI ANANTHPUR AP
TADIPATRI BUGGA RAMALINGESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-TADIPATRI ANANTHPUR AP
DESHNOK SRI KARNI MATA DEVI TEMPLE-RAT TEMPLE-DESHNOKE BIKANER RAJASTHAN
KADIRI LAKSHMI NARASIMHA SWAMY TEMPLE-KADRI ANANTHPUR AP
LEPAKSHI PAPANASHESHWARI DURGA DEVI TEMPLE-LEPAKSHI ANANTHPUR AP
HARIHAR HARIHARESHWARA SHIVA VISHNU TEMPLE-HARIHAR DAVANAGERE KARNATAKA
BELUR CHENNAKESHAVA VISHNU TEMPLE-BELUR HASSAN KARNATAKA
SOMANATHAPURA CHENNAKESHAVA VISHNU TEMPLE-SOMANATHAPURA MYSORE KARNATAKA
DEVARAYANADURGA LAKSHMI NARASIMHA SWAMY TEMPLE-DEVARAYANADURGA TUMKUR KARNATAKA
KALASA KALASESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-KALASA CHIKAMAGALUR KARNATAKA
SIRSI MARIKAMBA DEVI TEMPLE SIRSI COASTAL KARNATAKA
MANDARTHI DURGA PARAMESHWARI TEMPLE-MANDARTHI UDUPI KARNATAKA
THIRUMULLAIVOYAL MASILAMANEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE-THIRUMULLAIVOYAL CHENNAI TAMILNADU
SIGANDUR CHOWDESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE-SIGANDHUR SAGAR SHIMOGA KARNATAKA
SRI TRIYAMBAKESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE TRIMBAKESHWAR NASHIK MH
SRI RAMESHWARAM RAMALINGESHWAR JYOTIRLINGA SHIVA TEMPLE RAMESHWARAM TN
MADURANTHAGAM YERI KATHA RAMAR TEMPLE MADURANTHAGAM TAMIL NADU
MANGALAGIRI PANAKALA NARASIMHA SWAMY TEMPLE GUNTUR ANDHRA PRADESH

KOVAI DHANDU MARIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMIL NADU
METTUPALAYAM VANABHADRA KALIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE METTUPALAYAM COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI KONIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMIL NADU
PARIYUR KONDATHU KALIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE PARAYUR GOBICHETTYPALAYAM ERODE TAMILNADU
MANDAIKADU BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE MANDAIKADU NAGERCOIL TAMILNADU
THIRUKOKARNAM BRAHADAMBAL DEVI TEMPLE TIRUKOKARNAM PUDUKOTTAI TAMILNADU
THIRUMEEYACHUR LALITHAMBIGAI DEVI TEMPLE TIRUMEEYACHUR TIRUVARUR TAMILNADU
TIRUNAVAYA NAVAMUKUNDAN VISHNU TEMPLE TIRUR MALAPPURAM KERALA
EKLINGJI MAHADEV SHIVA TEMPLE UDAIPUR RAJASTHAN
HATTIANGADI SIDDHI VINAYAKA TEMPLE HATTIYANGADI KUNDAPUR COASTAL KARNATAKA
AMARARAMA AMARALINGESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-PANCHARAMA KSHETRA-AMARAVATHI GUNTUR ANDHRAPRADESH
DRAKSHARAMA BHIMESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-PANCHARAMA KSHETRA-DRAKSHARAMAM EAST GODAVARI ANDHRAPRADESH
SOMARAMA SOMESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-PANCHARAMA KSHETRA-BHIMAVARAM WEST GODAVARI ANDHRAPRADESH
KSHEERARAMA KSHEERA RAMALINGESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-PANCHARAMA KSHETRA-PALAKOLU WEST GODAVARI ANDHRAPRADESH
BHIMARAMA KUMARA BHIMESHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE-PANCHARAMA KSHETRA-SAMALKOTA EAST GODAVARI ANDHRAPRADESH
ARDHAGIRI VEERANJANEYA SWAMY HANUMAN TEMPLE ARAGONDA NR KANIPAKAM CHITTOOR ANDHRAPRADESH
WARANGAL BHADRAKALI DEVI TEMPLE WARRANGAL ANDHRAPRADESH
JAGANNATHA GUTTA SHIVA TEMPLE KURNOOL ANDHRAPRADESH
KONETI RAYALA SWAMY VENKATESHWARA TEMPLE KEELAPATLA PALAMNER CHITTOOR ANDHRAPRADESH
HYDERABAD AKKANNA MADANNA MAHANKALI DEVI TEMPLE HYDERABAD ANDHRAPRADESH
NANDYAL MAHANANDISHWARA SHIVA TEMPLE NANDYAL KURNOOL ANDHRAPRADESH
SECUNDERABAD UJJAINI MAHAKALI TEMPLE HYDERABAD ANDHRAPRADESH
KARIMNAGAR YAJNA VARAHASWAMY TEMPLE KARIMNAGAR ANDHRAPRADESH
DWARAKA TIRUMALA VENKATESHWARA TEMPLE CHINNA TIRUPATI WEST GODAVARI ANDHRAPRADESH
GAYA MANGLA GAURI TEMPLE GAYA BIHAR
PATAN DEVI MAA PATNESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE PATNA BIHAR
DONGARGARH BAMBLESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE RAJNANDGAON CHHATTISGARH
KAWARDHA BHORAMDEO SHIVA TEMPLE KABIRDHAM CHHATTISGARH
KURUKSHETRA STHANESHWAR MAHADEV SHIVA TEMPLE KURUKSHETRA HARYANA
BHUBANESWAR ANANTA VASUDEVA VISHNU TEMPLE BHUBANESHWAR ORISSA
KORAPUT SABARA SRIKHETRA JAGANNATH TEMPLE KORAPUT ORISSA
BHUBANESWAR LINGARAJ SHIVA TEMPLE BHUBANESHWAR ORISSA
AGARTALA TRIPURA SUNDARI DEVI TEMPLE AGARTALA TRIPURA
VRINDAVAN BANKE BIHARI KRISHNA TEMPLE BRINDAVAN MATHURA UTTAR PRADESH
MADURAI MUKKURUNI VINAYAGAR GANESH TEMPLE MADURAI TAMILNADU
THIRUVAIYARU ABHISTAVARADHA GANAPATHI TEMPLE TIRUVAIYARU TAMILNADU
CHIDAMBARAM NARAMUGA VINAYAGAR GANESH TEMPEL CHIDAMBARAM TAMILNADU
THIRUCHENKATTANKUDI VATHAPI GANAPATHY TEMPLE THIRUVARUR TAMILNADU
SIKKAL SINGARAVELAVAR MURUGAN TEMPLE SIKKAL THANJAVUR TAMILNADU
THALACHANGADU NAANMADIYA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE NAGAI TAMILNADU
KUNDRAKUDI MURUGAN TEMPLE KUNRAKUDY MADURAI TAMILNADU
KANCHI KUMARAKOTTAM BRAHMASASTHA SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE KANCHIPURAM TAMILNADU
THIRUPPORUR KANDASWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE THIRUPORUR TAMILNADU
MAYILAM ARUMUGAM SWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE MAYILAM VILLUPURAM TAMILNADU
KAITHAMALAI VETRI VELAYUDHASWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE KAITHAMALAI UTTHUKULI ERODE TAMILNADU
PACHAIMALAI MURUGAN TEMPLE PACHAIMALAI GOBICHETTYPALAYAM ERODE TAMILNADU
PAVAZHAMALAI MUTHU KUMARASWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE PAVALAMALAI GOBICHETTYPALAYAM ERODE TAMILNADU
VATTAMALAI MURUGAN TEMPLE KANGEYAM ERODE TAMILNADU
ERODE FORT ARUDRA KAPALEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE ERODE TAMILNADU
KANGEYAMPALAYAM NATTADREESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE ERODE TAMILNADU
THEERTHAMALAI THEERTHAGIRISWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE THEERTHAMALAI DHARMAPURI TAMILNADU
ERODE FORT KASTHURI RANGANATHAR VISHNU TEMPLE ERODE TAMILNADU
SALEM THANTHONDREESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE BELUR SALEM TAMILNADU
BHAVANI SANGAMESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE BHAVANI ERODE TAMILNADU
KUCHANUR SHANI BHAGAVAN TEMPLE CHINNAMANUR THENI TAMILNADU
THENKUDI THITTAI GURU BHAGAVAN TEMPLE THITTAI THANJAVUR TAMILNADU
KUMARANMALAI MURUGAN TEMPLE KUMARANMALAI PUDUKOTTAI TAMILNADU
SIKKAL NAVANEETHESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE SIKKAL THANJAVUR TAMILNADU
THIRUPPERUNDURAI AVUDAYAR KOIL ATHMANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE PUDUKOTTAI TAMILNADU
THIRUVERUMBUR ERUMBEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE TRICHY TAMILNADU
KADALUR PATALEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE CUDDALORE TAMILNADU
SIRKAZHI SATTAINATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE SIRKALI TAMILNADU
SRIVANCHIYAM VANCHINATHA SWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE SRIVANJIYAM THIRUVARUR TAMILNADU
MAYAVARAM MAYURANATHASWAMY SHIVA TEMPLE MAYILADUTHURAI TAMILNADU
VAZHUVUR GAJASAMHARAMURTHY VIRATTEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE VALAVUR MAYILADUTHURAI TAMILNADU
SRIMUSHNAM BHOO VARAHASWAMY VISHNU TEMPLE CUDDALORE TAMILNADU
PANRUTI THIRUVADIGAI VIRUTTALEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE CUDDALORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI PERUR PATTEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE PERUR COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI EACHANARI VINAYAGAR GANESH TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI UKKADAM LAKSHMI NARASIMHA SWAMY TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
POLLACHI PRANCHANDA VINAYAGAR GANESH TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI MONDIPALAYAM VENKATESHWARA TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI KARAMADAI RANGANATHAR VISHNU TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
KOVAI THIRUMURUGANPOONDI MURUGAN TEMPLE COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
DEVPATTINAM NAVAGRAHA TEMPLE RAMESHWARAM TAMILNADU
THIRUMOORTHY AMANALINGESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE POLLACHI COIMBATORE TAMILNADU
PARRYS KALIKAMBAL DEVI TEMPLE CHENNAI TAMILNADU
SIRUVACHUR MADHURA KALIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE SIRUVATCHUR PERAMBALUR TAMILNADU
URAIYUR VEKKALIAMMAN DEVI TEMPLE WORAIYUR TRICHY TAMILNADU
KAVIYOOR ANJANEYAR HANUMAN TEMPLE KAVIYOOR PATHANAMTHITTA KERALA
KOVILPATTI SHENBAGAVALLI AMMAN DEVI TEMPLE KOVILPATTI TUTICORN TAMILNADU
KAZHUGUMALAI MURUGAN TEMPLE KALUGUMALAI TUTICORN TAMILNADU
THERAZHUNDUR DEVAADI RAJA PERUMAL VISHNU TEMPLE THEREZHUNDUR MAYILADUTURAI TAMILNADU
THIRUVALANCHULI VELLAI PILLAYAR SWETHA VINAYAKAR TEMPLE SWAMIMALAI KUMBAKONAM TAMILNADU
KARUR KALYANA PASUPATHEESWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE KARUR TAMILNADU
PAPANASAM PAALAIVANANATHAR SHIVA TEMPLE PAPANASAM THANJAVUR TAMILNADU
VELLORE FORT JALAKANTESHWARAR SHIVA TEMPLE VELLORE TAMILNADU
MALAYALAPUZHA BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE MALAYALAPPUZHA PATHANAMTHITTA KERALA
OMALLUR REKTHA KANDA SWAMY TEMPLE OMALUR PATHANAMTHITTA KERALA
KOTTARAKKARA MAHAGANAPATHY TEMPLE KOTTARAKARA KOLLAM KERALA
MALLAPALLY ANIKKATTILAMMA DEVI TEMPLE MALLAPALLY PATHANAMTHITTA KERALA
THIRUVUMPLAVIL MAHADEVA TEMPLE MUVATTUPUZHA ERNAKULAM KERALA
THIRUKAVIYOOR MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE KAVIYOOR PATHANAMTHITTA KERALA
VAZHAPPALLY MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE CHANGANASSERY KOTTAYAM KERALA
NALPATHANEESWARAM MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE ALAPPUZHA KERALA
KURATTIKADU PATTAMBALAM DEVI TEMPLE MANNAR ALAPPUZHA KERALA
ERAVIKULANGARA BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE ERNAKULAM KERALA
KALAMASSERY MAHAGANAPATHY TEMPLE ERNAKULAM KERALA
CHENDAMANGALAM VENUGOPALA KRISHNA SWAMY TEMPLE NORTH PARUR ERNAKULAM KERALA
THRIKKAKARA VAMANA MOORTHY VISHNU TEMPLE THRIKKAKARA COCHIN KARALA
AROLI ASHTADALA SREEKOVIL VADESWARAM MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE AROLI KANNUR KERALA
CHERUKUNNU ANNAPOORNESHWARI DEVI TEMPLE CHERKUNNU KANNUR KERALA
POONKUNNAM SEETHA RAMASWAMY TEMPLE POONKUNNAM THRISSUR KERALA
PERALASSERY SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE KANNUR KERALA
KADALAYI SRI KRISHNA TEMPLE KANNUR KERALA
CHERUTHAZHALAM HANUMARAMBALAM RAGHAVAPURAM RAMA HANUMAN TEMPLE KANNUR KERALA
KANILA BHAGAVATHI DEVI TEMPLE KANILA KASARGOD KERALA
TRIKARPUR CHAKRAPANI VISHNU TEMPLE THRIKARPUR KASARGOD KERALA
KOTTARAKKULAM MAHAGANAPATHY TEMPLE KOLLAM KERALA
PULIMUKHAM BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE THAZHAVA KOLLAM KERALA
POONKUNNAM MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE POONKUNNAM THRISSUR KERALA
KODIMOOTTIL BHADRAKALI DEVI TEMPLE KOLLAM KERALA
KADAKKAL DEVI TEMPLE KOLLAM KERALA
MARAYIKKODU INDILAYAPPAN SHIVA VISHNU TEMPLE KOLLAM KERALA
CHIRAKKADAVU MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE KOTTAYAM KERALA
CHANGANACHERRY PERUNNA SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE KOTTAYAM KERALA
CALICUT LOKANARKAVU DURGA DEVI TEMPLE KOZHIKODE KERALA
KARIMPUZHA DAKSHINA AYODHYA RAMASWAMY TEMPLE PALAKKAD KERALA
ARATTUPUZHA SREE SASTHA TEMPLE THRISSUR KERALA
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM KAPPIL BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE TRIVANDRUM KERALA
PARAMEKKAVU BHAGAVATHY DEVI TEMPLE THRISSUR KERALA
CHIRAYINKEEZHU SARKARADEVI BHADRAKALI TEMPLE THIRUVANANTHAPURAM KERALA
KODUNGALLUR SRINGAPURAM MAHADEVAR SHIVA TEMPLE THRISSUR KERALA
DEVPATTINAM SOUNDARYANAYAGI THILAKESHWARAR SHIVA PARVATI TEMPLE RAMESHWARAM TAMILNADU
PULIYAKULAM VINAYAGAR GANESH TEMPLE COIMBATORE
MARUDHAMALAI SUBRAMANYA TEMPLE-MARUDAMALAI, COIMBATORE,TN
KUMARACOIL KUMARASWAMY TEMPLE-KUMARACOIL,NAGARCOIL,TN
VIRALIMALAI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-VIRALIMALAI,PUDUKOTTAI,TN
PALANI ANDAVAR TEMPLE-VAITHEESHWARAN KOIL,NAGAI,TN
KALLERI KUTTICHATHAN VISHNUMAYA TEMPLE-KALLERI,KOZHIKODE,KL
CHENNIMALAI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-CHENNIMALAI,ERODE,TN
THINDALMALAI VELAYUDHASWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE-THINDALMALAI,ERODE,TN
TIRUMALAI KUMARASWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE-TIRUMALAI,SHENKOTTA,TIRUNELVELI,TN
VALLAKOTTA SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-VALLAKOTTAI,SRIPERUMBUDUR,KANCHI,TN
ETTUKUDI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-ETTUKUDI,TIRUKKUVALAI,NAGAPATTINAM,TN
SRIRANGAM RANGANAYAKI TAAYAR TEMPLE-SRIRANGAM, NR TRICHY, TN
SRIVILLIPUTHUR ANDAL TEMPLE-SRIVILLIPUTHUR,TN
ANANTHAMANGALAM SRI ANJANEYAR TEMPLE-ANANDAMANGALAM,TARANGAMBADI,TN
NAMAKKAL SRI ANJANEYAR HANUMAN TEMPLE-NAMAKAL,TN
SUCHINDRAM ANJANEYAR HANUMAN TEMPLE-SUCHINDRAM, KANYAKUMARI,TN

PALANI DHANDAAYUDHAPANISWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE-PALANI, TN
TIRUCHENDUR SENDIL ANDAVAR MURUGAN TEMPLE-TIRUCHENDUR, TN
SWAMIMALAI SWAMINATHAR MURUGAN TEMPLE-SWAMIMALAI, TN
TIRUTANNI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE-TIRUTANNI, TN
TIRUPARAMKUNDRAM SUBRAMANYA SWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE-TIRUPARAMKUNDRAM, TN
PAZHAMUDIRSOLAI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY MURUGAN TEMPLE-PAZHAMUDIRCHOLAI, TN

ADI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-KUKKE SUBRAMANYA,SULLYA,DK,KA
TIRUKATTUPALLI SUBRAMANYA SWAMY TEMPLE-TIRUKATTUPALLI,TANJORE,TN
KARANAYIL MADOM KUTTICHATHAN VISHNUMAYA TEMPLE-ETTUMANA,THRISSUR,KL
GURU BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (JUPITER)-PILLAYAR PALAYAM,KANCHI TN
GURU BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (JUPITER)-ROCKFORT (MALAIKOTTAI), TRICHY, TN
KANJANUR SHUKKRA BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (VENUS)-KANJANOOR, TN
TIRUNALLARU SHANI BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (SATURN)-TIRUNALLAR, PY
PONGU SHANEESHWARAR TEMPLE-SHANI-TIRUKOLLIKADU,NR TIRUVARUR,TN
TIRUNAGESWARAM RAAHU BHAGAWAN TEMPLE-TIRUNAGESHWARAM, TN
KETHU BHAGAWAN TEMPLE-KEEZHPERUMPALLAM,TN
ALANGUDI GURU BHAGAWAN TEMPLE (JUPITER)-ALANGUDI, TN

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