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Sri Nageswaraswami temple

Moolavar : Nageswaraswami
Urchavar : NA
Amman / Thayar : Govardana Ambikai
Thala Virutcham : NA
Theertham : NA
Agamam / Pooja : NA
Old year : 1000-2000 years old
Historical Name : NA
City : Koduvai
District : Tiruppur
State : Tamil Nadu




   Besides Pradoshas each month, the temple celebrates Shivrathri in February-March

Temple's Speciality:

   The devotee can worship Mothers Durga, Lakshmi and Saraswathi in a single temple here.

Opening Time:

   The temple is open from 6.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and from 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.


   Sri Nageswaraswami Temple, Koduvai, Tiruppur district.



General Information:

   The Deepa Sthamba ? Light Post -of the temple is made of a single stone. There is a separate shrine for Sani Bhagwan. Behind this are the Navagrahas the nine planets on a stage-platform. Going round this shrine shall be the shrine of Lord Bhairava. Moon is before Lord Bhairava and Sun next. This is a stone temple ? Kattrali Koil of 12th century. Lord Ganapathi graces from the Kannimoola corner. There is also a Vinayaka under the tamarind tree in the temple. Mother?s shrine is in front of Lord Ganapathi. According to epigraphic findings, Koduvai was known as Mullai Vanam earlier. Lord Nageswaraswami is all merciful to His devotees. Left of this shrine is Lord Nataraja. Lord Dakshinamurthi and Mother Durga are on the Goshta with Lord Chandikeswara nearby. Lord Muruga blesses the devotees with His consorts Valli and Deivanai.


   Those awaiting marriage pray to Lord for happy and early results.

Thanks giving:

   Devotees perform abishek to Lord and Mother and offer vastras.

Greatness Of Temple:

   The temple has a beautiful garden ? Nandavanam ? with Jasmine, Arali, Nandhiavattai plants. Mothers Lakshmi and Saraswathi adore the artificial tank in the temple. There is a 7 feet tall anthill here. Those seeking wedding boon pray here. They strongly believe that their prayers would be responded as soon as possible. Above all, the temple is famous for Rahu-Ketu serpent planet worship for relief from their adverse effects.

Temple History:

   There lived a person in Kancheepuram about 1200 years ago born blind. As a staunch devotee of Lord Ekambaranathar, he worshipped Him every day without fail seeking vision boon. Lord granted him vision for one eye. When he begged for the vision of the other eye, Lord advised him to visit the temple of Lord Nageswarar accompanied by Mother Govardanambika in Koduvai in the Kongu region where he will be blessed with the vision for the other eye too. He duly followed the advice and recovered vision of the other eye too, according to hearsay stories.

Special Features:

   Miracle Based: The devotee can have the darshan of Mothers Durga, Lakshmi and Sarawathi together in this temple.

*Sources from Dinamalar.com

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