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Tuesday, 12 March 2019

Parihara Temples (Sthalams) To Visit For Good Health & Curing of Diseases (Part 02 Of 02)

Parihara !! It has become quite a common word these days among us and we all would have heard this word from any astrologer. Parihara means, it’s a set of actions that needs to be performed in order to remove or reduce the ill effects of doshas that are caused because of the positions of the Planets in ones’ horoscope. Each dosha has its own set of Parihara (i.e.) the type of Parihara to be done depends on of the type of Dosha in the horoscope. We Indians have a strong belief in God and so whenever we face any problem or any issue, we visit a lot of Parihara sthalams and we seek the blessings of God by doing the Parihara. When we start looking at Parihara sthalams, it’s like an ocean and it cannot be compiled or covered at a stretch. Below is the second list on some Parihara Temples (Sthalams) To Visit For Good Health & Curing of Diseases which was published in spiritual magazine. For Part 01 - Click Here

The problems we face today are due to the Karma of our current or the previous births. So we have to be very careful that we don’t add up to our bad karmas in the current birth to wander again to parihara sthalams in the next birth. So before we look up for a Parihara sthalam, let us look within ourselves and make sure that we are not doing anything now to add up to the burden of our existing bad karmas.

04. Sri Maha Mariyamman Temple, Valangaiman

Sri Maha Mariyamman Temple, Valangaiman
Sri Maha Mariyamman Temple, Valangaiman
Mariamman Temple is a Hindu temple in the town of Valangaiman in the Tiruvarur district of Tamilnadu, India. The main God here is Valangaiman Mariamman and Amman. This temple is a Amman Koil. The Temple is situated with cultural style. The Sudha Idol of Mahamariamman in the front elevation is attractive with natural appearance. The stone idol of Pechiyamman, Erulan and Veeran are situated in left prakara mandapa. This temple is called Paadikattiya Amman temple dedicated to Mariamman. It is also known as Sri Valangaiman Maha Kali Temple and is very old - 1000 to 2000 years old. The most important prayer commitment in the temple is the Paadai Kavadi – a ladder horizontally placed and decorated for carrying a dead body. The father is placed on this and carried as a corpse. The son with all devotion will carry the fire pot and the wife of the acting dead person will accompany with neem leaves. In some cases, the son will be on the Paadai with father and relatives carrying the fire pot.

Location:

The temple is in Varadarajan Pettai in Valangaiman 10 km far from Kumbakonam on the banks of Kudamurutti River. The full name of the temple is Seethala Devi Maha Mari Amman temple. The Temple Located at 10km South from Kumbakonam which is between Kumbakonam to Mannargudi route and 10 km South from Kumbakonam Railway station. Nearest Railway Station is located at Dharasuram and Nearest Airport is located at Trichy.

Address & Contact Details:

Sri Valangaiman Maha Kali Temple,
Valangaiman,
Thiruvarur district,
Tamil Nadu - 612 804.
Phone: 04374 264575.

05. Sri Vaidyanathar Temple, Madavar Vilagam

Sri Vaidyanathar Temple, Madavar Vilagam
Sri Vaidyanathar Temple, Madavar Vilagam
Vaidyanathar temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to the god Shiva located in Tamil Nadu, India. Shiva is worshipped as Vaidyanathar or the "God of healing" and it is believed that prayers to Vaitheeswaran can cure diseases. The holy waters of the Siddhamirtham tank in the temple complex contains nectar, and a holy dip is believed to cure all diseases. The temple was built by Thirumalai Nayak during the 16th century. As per local legend, the Nayak king Thirumalai Nayak suffered from stomach pain and he arrived at Madavar Vilagam in an ivory palanquin and stayed there for 48 days. He was completely cured and as a mark of his gratitude, he constructed the Natarajar hall as in Madurai Meenakshi temple. He also built drum halls from the temple to Madurai as he would take his midday meal only after hearing the drum sounds indicating the mid day pooja is complete in the temple.

Location:

Temple is located in Madavar Vilagam, one kilometer from Srivilliputhur in Virudhunagar district. Madavar Valagam can be reached from Srivilliputhur by town bus. Buses are available from Madurai to Srivilliputhur. Srivilliputhur Railway station at 2.8 Kms from Temple. Madurai international Airport at 78 Kms from Temple. This is ancient Siva temple in Srivilliputhur. Though Srivilliputhur is very famous for Andal temple which is dedicated to Lord Vishnu; this Siva temple is equally popular and powerful in Srivilliputhur area. It is in the sub-urb of Srivilliputhur and very old temple with quiet ambience. If you are visiting Srivilliputhur, then please do visit Madvar Valagam Siva temple as well.

Address & Contact Details:

Sri Vaidyanathar Temple,
Madavarvalakam,
Srivilliputhur,
Tamil Nadu - 626 125.
Phone: 04563 261262 ; 99766 23784.

06. Sri Vaidyanathaswami Temple, Vaitheeswaran Kovil

Sri Vaidyanathaswami Temple, Vaitheeswaran Kovil
Sri Vaidyanathaswami Temple, Vaitheeswaran Kovil
Vaitheeswaran Kovil or Pullirukkuvelur is a Hindu temple dedicated to the Lord Shiva, located in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. Shiva is worshipped as Vaidyanathar or Vaitheeswaran meaning the "God of healing" and it is believed that prayers to Vaitheeswaran can cure diseases. Vaitheeswaran is a Tamil derivative from vaidya (Doctor) and Ishvara (God/Master). The presiding deity is Sri vaidyanathan. He is the God of Healing. When pronouncing in Tamil, it sounds like "vaideeswaran". It is one of the nine Navagraha (nine planets) temples and is associated with the planet Mars (Angaraka). The holy waters of the Siddhamirtham tank within the temple complex contains nectar, and a holy dip is believed to cure all diseases. As per Hindu mythological stories, once the planet mars (Angaragan – one of the navagrahas) got a deadly disease and was worried. He was told by unmanned voice to visit the temple at Vaitheeswaran Kovil. When he visited here his disease was cured by Lord Shiva (who came in the form of divine doctor along with his consort Parvathi). So the lord here is called as Vaitheeswaran (a doctor).

Location:

The village is also known for palm leaf astrology called Naadi astrology in Tamil. It is located 7 kilometers from Sirkazhi, 235 kilometers from Chennai, 27 km from Chidambaram, 110 km from Thanjavur and 16 km from Mayiladuthurai. The temple is located between Sirkali to Mayiladuthurai State Highway. Frequent bus services are operated by Tamil Nadu government. There is a Railway station which is located between Chennai to Mayiladuthurai railway road. Karaikal is the nearest proposal airport located around 40 kilometer from temple.

Address & Contact Details:

Sri Vaidyanathaswami Temple,
Vaitheeswaran Kovil
Nagapattinam,
Tamil Nadu - 609 117.
Phone: 04364 279423 ; 95666 55541.

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