Vadapalani Murugan Temple

 

Overview

ARULMIGU VADAPALANI ANDAVAR THIRUKKOIL is located in the middle of Chennai city. The famous shrine was built at the end of the 17th century. Just as the materialization jugglers fantastic objects with the dexterity of their hands, this Auguste much MURUGA temple from a hangar of stubble. A ANNASAMY Naicker, bore himself muruga devotee with its limited means built a hut with a thatched roof and retains a photo MURUGA (Palani Andavar) for his worship staff mainly as by his dream and the love of God MURUGA.
 
During his meditation and worship that he was experiencing a divine power inspiring him to utter some mysterious things there are, whatever its utterances has become true. His trance went by Arulvakku which has relieved the people fulfilling their the terrible panic as the curing of diseases, to obtain jobs and celebrating weddings. In spite of his illness, at the instance of a a sadhu and Lotd muruga he visited tiruthani and prayed the lord MURUGA and went to the extent of offering his mother tongue on the Balipeeta.
 
He also visited South Palani on foot and he had miraculous experiences there is, is returned in its place and was worshipping lord Muruga. When he felt his end approaching he has asked his close friend Thambiran Rathinasamy has continued the service and the public inspired by his service has started to give the tenders and grants that has been used to build a small shrine. After him in 1931, came a Pakiyalinga Thambiran who also followed predecessors in giving Arulvakku.
emerging from this great kshethram MURUGA are devoted today still, 3 sidharpeedams have been erected to Nerkundram road or poojas are done on Pournami each day. In the year 1972, the south Rajakopuram erected at a height of 72 feet, and Kumbabishekam was held for the first time, after that, in 1984, second Kumbabishakam was held and a thangaratham (golden car) has been called for fullfilly fervent wishes. preview
 
Vadapalani Andavar Temple is located in Vadapalani, Chennai. The temple is dedicated to Lord Muruga. The temple was renovated in 1920 and a Rajakopuram has been built during this period. The temple has grown in popularity believed in part because of the patronage of cinema stars built almost 125 years back, this venerable and regularly frequented Lord Muruga sannidhi has emerged from a thatched shed, a sobriety a consecration of an image Murugan only, and has created for itself a name on an equal footing with the former places of worship. Approximately 7,000 couples married here each year.
 
According to the sthalapurana, a devotee Muruga by name Annaswami Nayakar with its limited means built a small thatched hut and retains a Murugan paint for his worship mainly staff. In the course of his meditation and worship, he used the experience a divine power entering his body and inspire him to utter some mysterious things.everything he has said in its trance has found true. His utterance is gone by the name of 'arulvakku' ( 'God blesses the statements") and relieved people in several ways, such as the curing of diseases and get jobs, solemnising marriages, etc.
 
There are a great many sannidhis in the vast patios of the temple, as Varasiddhi Vinayaka, Chokkanathar, Meenakshi Amman, Kali, Bhairava, Shanmuga with Valli and Devasena.
 
The moolavar in upright posture resembles the Palani Road Muruga in all respects. In the inner part prakara, there are many niche housing Dakshina Murti, Chandikeswar, Mahalakshmi, et al. There is a spacious hall used to conduct religious marriages and speech. It is one of the most frequent Murugan shrines in the city of Chennai.
 
The entrance to this temple is crowned by a rajagopuram adorned with stucco several images illustrating the legends of the Skanda puranam. Before the temple is the temple of the tank. The tower is mounted at a height of 40.8 meters. The 108 talents scene offered by the gestures of dance can be seen on the tower is as well.
 

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Chennai
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latitude : 12.990005490 longitude :80.169296260
Corporation : Chennai
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