‪Arulmighu Pazhamalainathar Temple‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Arulmighu Pazhamalainathar Temple‬, ‪Virudachalam‬

‪مواقع دينية‬ • ‪مبانٍ ذات طابع معماري‬
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Jothilingam E
أبو ظبي, الإمارات العربية المتحدة1,296 مساهمة
يوليو 2018
‪One of best temples in tamilnadu to offer prayer.Close to virudhachalam town and also from dhidivanam‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 يوليو 2018
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karthikeyan
تشيناي (مدراس), الهند15 مساهمة
العائلة • يونيو 2018
‪Very big temple and very powerful shrine
Less crowd except some special days
Calm & silent
Very old temple
Enough parking facilities available
كُتب بتاريخ 14 يونيو 2018
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Nagsri
بنغالور, الهند18 مساهمة
العائلة • يونيو 2018
‪Yes as mentioned in previous review, whenever we travel from Chidambaram to Bengaluru via Virudhachalam, we also always bypass this temple by simply worshiping the huge gopurams from a distance. But we need lord Shiva's blessing to worship him.We went to this temple coincidentally on our daughter's birthday. We entered the temple around 8 in the morning. Not much crowded and we were in the sanctum for more than 10 minutes since we were waiting for the priest. Nobody else except us and a boy who is hardly in his 15 years singing devaram flawlessly, Felt like literally somebody inside the sanctum is listening to his song. Divine 10 minutes. Amman sanctum is bit crowded because of marriage procession. It will take an hour to worship and to see the marvelous of temple. There is also a temple called Kolanijiappar dedicated to Lord Muruga on the left side on salem highway in virudachalam.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 يونيو 2018
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Muthu Ranganathan
بنغالور, الهند669 مساهمة
العائلة • مارس 2015
‪On the drive back from Myladuthurai to Bangalore, you pass through this town of virudachalam, and we often wanted to get tempted to see the temple because of its massive gopurams, but never had the time

This time around we found the time, and its really spectacular and its very disappointing its not got the importance like the other famous temples of Tamil Nadu, but hope getting this on TripAdvisor would be a small step to get this temple to be explored by travellers.

The temple is a massive one, Virudhagireeswarar Temple is also known as Pazhamalainathar Temple. It is situated of the northen bank of the river Manimuthar and as per the scripts written there its been there for 3.5 crore years (35 million years).

The whole temple is an architectural marvel, with amazing gopurams, and it has the famous Shiva diety Virudhagireewarar and the amman is Vruddhambikai, (Balambikai – Ilaya Nayaki). Ganesha is slightly in the lower portion, we need to walk down to see the idol.

This temple has been constructed according to Agama Shastram and it has five Gopurams, five Praharams (entrance), five Nandhi, five Kodimaram (sacred tree) and five holy Cars (chariots)

The temple is known to be the dakshina (south) Kasi (Varanasi) , and people in those days unable to visit Kasi Viswananath temple in Varanasi, would go here.

Its also believed that visiting this temple is equal to visiting the 5 Shiva temples (Pancha Boota stalams) in Tamil Nadu - Ekabareshwaran in Kanchi (Land), Jambukeshwarar Thiruvanaikaval (Water), Arunachaleshwarar in Tiruvannamalai (Fire), Kalahastheeswarar in Kalhasthi (Air) and Thillai Natarajar in Chidambaram (Sky)

It would take you 1-2 hours to cover this temple, but you can plan to spend more time if you have the interest and time.

Amazing must see south indian temple...‬
كُتب بتاريخ 2 أبريل 2015
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