Posted by: ramrajya | February 25, 2010

Vadapalani Lord Murugan. வடபழனி முருகனை வணங்குவோம்.

Vadapalani Lord Murugan.
வடபழனி முருகனை வணங்குவோம்.

Vadapalani Lord MuruganTemple was Built about 125 years back, this much-hallowed and regularly frequented Lord Muruga sannidhi has emerged from a thatched shed.. Around 7,000 couples are married here each year. According to the sthalapurana, one Muruga devotee by name Annaswami Tambiran with his limited means built a small thatched hut and kept a Murugan painting for his personal worship primarily. During his meditation and worship, he used to experience some divine power entering his body and inspiring him to utter some mysterious things—whatever he said in his trance was found true. His utterance went by the name of arulvakku and relieved people sufferings in several ways, like curing diseases and getting jobs, solemnizing marriages, etc. There are very many sannidhis in the vast courtyards of the temple, The moolavar in standing posture resembles the Palani Murugan in every respect. In the inner prakara, there are many niches housing Dakshina Murti, Chandikeswar, Mahalakshmi.. It has a spacious hall used for conducting marriages and religious discourses. It is one of the most-frequented Murugan shrines in the city of Chennai.


The entrance to this temple is crowned with a rajagopuram adorned with several stucco images depicting legends from the Skanda puranam. In front of the temple is the temple tank. The eastern tower rises to a height of 40.8 metres. The 108-bharata natyam dance gestures can be seen on the eastern tower as well. Let Lord Vadapalani Murugan bless all the people,


Muruga Saranam.                          Kanda Saranam.


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