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Sree Ayyappa Temple - Sidhapudur

Sree Ayyappa Temple situated is in Sree Ayyappa Road, Sidhapudur, Coimbatore. The temple was built in 1976 by the Trust called Sri Dharma Sastha Baktha Jana Sabha. The trust wanted to build an Ayyappa Temple in Coimbatore similar to that of the one in Sabarimala. And their wish was realised. The poojas and other religious rituals are observed similar to the fashion in Sabarimala.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   05 .00 AM to 09.00 PM
Daily Poojas

Done in the early hours and in the evening.Seasonal Poojas are done on a large scale during Sabarimala season.

Address

Sree Ayyappa Temple Sree Ayyappa Road, Sidhapudur, Coimbatore.
Phone : +91 - 422 - 2523027

Auspicious Occasions

Every Tamil month first Saturday, Rama Navami, Hanuman Jayanthi, Pournami-Kutthu Vilakku Valipadu.



Sri Jayamangala Anjaneyar Thirukoil - Idugampalayam

This temple is 50 kms from Coimbatore and 6 kms from Sirumugai.'Lord Anjaneyar' statue was built by 'Vyasa Raya' during Krishna Deva Raya's rule. The uniqueness of this statue is that it was carved from a single monolithic rock called Suyambu and it has a distinct posture. On the right of 'Lord Anjaneyar' is 'Lord Vinayaka' and 'Nandi', also carved on the same rock. On the pivot side of 'Lord Vinayaga' are carvings of Kamadenu shedding milk on 'Lingam'.

According to the epic, 'Lord Rama' requested 'Lord Anjaneya' to get a 'Lingam' to do pooja. On 'Lord Anjaneya' not returning for a long time, 'Lord Rama' made a 'Suyambu Lingeswarar' himself. Returning with a 'Lingam', 'Lord Anjaneya' made a futile attempt to uprooot the lingam made by 'Lord Rama' and put the Lingam he brought in place. Subsequently, he placed it beside 'Suyambu Lingeswarar'.

There is special bus faculity is available on every Tamil month first Saturday from sirumugai to temple.



Dharshan Timinigs
On Satudays   :   06.00 AM to 11.00 PM
On all other Weekdays   :   06.00 AM to 07.00 PM
Daily Poojas

At 07.00 AM- Adhikalai Poojai, 12.00 PM - Ucchikala Poojai, 07.00 PM - Rakkala Poojai.

Address

Sri AnumandarayaSwamy Thirukoil Idugampalayam, Thimmanur (post) Sirumugai - 641 302.

Auspicious Occasions

Every Tamil month first Saturday, Rama Navami, Hanuman Jayanthi, Pournami-Kutthu Vilakku Valipadu



Arulmigu Avinashilingeswarar Thirukoil - Avinashi

This temple is located at on Erode road, Avinashi 40 kms from Coimbatore. This temple was built by 'Sundara Pandiya' in the 15th century. The Sthalapuranam states that two boys were taking bath in a tank when a crocodile swallowed one. Three years later a 'Thread ceremony' was performed to the boy who survived. Though their family was happy on the occassion, there was grief in the family of the boy who was swallowed by the crocodile. On his way to meet 'Cheramaan Peruman', Sundaramoorthy Nayanar happened to pass by Avinashi and heard the tale. Moved by this, Sundaramoorthy Nayanar composed and sang for 'Lord Shiva' to resurrect the dead child. His prayers were answered and water started flowing into the empty tank and crocodile emerged from it with a grown boy of 8 years.

The car festival is the most exciting of the festivals in this temple. This temple's car is one of the biggest in South India and is noted for its fine wooden carvings.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   05.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 04.00 PM to 08.00 PM
Daily Poojas

Abhishekams at 05.30 AM, 08.30 AM & 04.00 PM.

Address

Sri AnumandarayaSwamy Thirukoil Idugampalayam, Thimmanur (post) Sirumugai - 641 302.

Auspicious Occasions

Monthly Pradhosam, Kaarthigai Deepam, Brahmotssavam, Mudhalai Vaai Pillai Festival (3 Days)



Arulmigu Chokkalingeswarar Aalayam - Coimbatore

This temple is located at on Erode road, Avinashi 40 kms from Coimbatore. This temple was built by 'Sundara Pandiya' in the 15th century. The Sthalapuranam states that two boys were taking bath in a tank when a crocodile swallowed one. Three years later a 'Thread ceremony' was performed to the boy who survived. Though their family was happy on the occassion, there was grief in the family of the boy who was swallowed by the crocodile. On his way to meet 'Cheramaan Peruman', Sundaramoorthy Nayanar happened to pass by Avinashi and heard the tale. Moved by this, Sundaramoorthy Nayanar composed and sang for 'Lord Shiva' to resurrect the dead child. His prayers were answered and water started flowing into the empty tank and crocodile emerged from it with a grown boy of 8 years.

The car festival is the most exciting of the festivals in this temple. This temple's car is one of the biggest in South India and is noted for its fine wooden carvings.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   05.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 04.00 PM to 08.00 PM
Daily Poojas

Abhishekams at 05.30 AM, 08.30 AM & 04.00 PM.

Address

Sri AnumandarayaSwamy Thirukoil Idugampalayam, Thimmanur (post) Sirumugai - 641 302.

Auspicious Occasions

Monthly Pradhosam, Kaarthigai Deepam, Brahmotssavam, Mudhalai Vaai Pillai Festival (3 Days)



Arulmigu Eachanari Vinayagar Thirukoil - Coimbatore

This temple is located on Pollachi road, 10 kms from Coimbatore. The kumbabishekam was performed in 1990. The temple was built in 1500 A.D. The sthalapuranam states that this diety was taken to be installed at Perur Patteshwarar temple from Madurai. On its way, at Eachanari, the programme had to be terminated and the place got blessed by installing the diety here. The deity stands 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   05.00 AM to 10.00 PM
Daily Poojas

At - 05.30 AM - GanapathyHomam, 06.30 AM & 06.30 p.m. - Moolavar Abhishekam, Thangather Oorvalam - after Moolavar Abishekam.

Address

Arulmigu Eachanari Vinayagar Thirukoil Pollachi Main Road, Coimbatore - 641 021

Auspicious Occasions

Tamil New Year, Vinayakar Sadhurthi, Saraswathi Pooja, Deepavali, Karthigai Deepam, Pongal, Thai Poosam.



Arulmigu AranganathaSwamy Thirukoil - Karamadai

This temple is located on the Ooty road, 30 kms from Coimbatore. 'Thottiyars' clan of people lived at Karamadai. A cow of one of the thottiars failed to yeild milk all of a sudden. He found out that the cow was shedding milk at a bush. Enraged, he started to cut it and heard an exploding sound and saw blood gushing from inside. On hearing this, the other people in the village came there and found a 'Suyambu Lingam' inside the bush. The same night God appeared in the dream of him and asked him to adorn the 'Lingam' with 'Chandana Kaapu'. It is believed that the lingam 'Ranganathar Suyambu' is growing in size every year.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   05.00 AM to 09.00 PM
Daily Poojas

At 08.30 AM, 11.30 AM & 08.30 PM.

Address

Arulmigu AranganathaSwamy Thirukoil, Karamadai, Coimbatore - 641 104.

Auspicious Occasions

Maasi - Magham (Thiruther), Purattasi - Saturdays, Margali - Vaikunda Egadasi



Arulmigu Koni Amman Temple - Coimbatore

The Koniamman temple is located near the Townhall, Coimbatore. Built by the 'Irula' community in the 13th century. Coimbatore, earlier called 'Covanputhur' gets its name from the leader of this clan 'Covan'. Later, a fort was built around the Koniamman Temple by Illangosar tribe, fearing the invasion of Cheras. The deity was named 'Koni Amman'. During the rule of the Mysore dynasty, one of the kings renovated the temple and consecrated the 'Devi KoniAmman' in the style of 'Mahisasuramardhini'.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   06.00 AM to 12.30 PM and 04.00 PM to 09.00 PM
Daily Poojas

At 06.00 AM to 10.00 AM

Address

Arulmigu Koni Amman Thirukoil Town Hall, Coimbatore - 641 001

Auspicious Occasions

Kiruthigai, Sathurthi, Pradhosam, Agni Natshatram, Aadi Padhinettu, Aadi Pooram, Vinayaka Sadhurthi, Deepavali, ThirukKarthigai, Thanurmaatha Festival, AaruthiraDarisanam, ThaiPongal, , ThaiPoosam, Thai Fridays, Maha Shivarathri, Telugu New Year, Tamil New Year.



Arulmigu Kulanthai VelayuthaSwamy Thirukoil - Kurundamalai

This temple is located in Kurundamalai, 24 kms from Coimbatore and 4 kms from Karamadai. 'Rishi Agasthiyar' got 'Mandira Upadesam' from 'Lord Muruga' at this temple, it is believed. This temple is situated in a hillock with picturesque surroundings and kurunda trees and hence named Kurundamalai. This temple is a testimony to architectural excellence. 'Lord Muruga' is beautifully depicted which attracts devotees.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   07.00 AM to 12.00 PM and 04.00 PM to 07.00 PM
Daily Poojas

Kaala Sandhi & Rakkala Pooja

Address

Arulmigu Kulanthai VelayuthaSwamy Thirukoil Kurundamalai, Coimbatore - 641 104.

Auspicious Occasions

Kiruthigai, Sashti, Visakam, Thai Poosam, Panguni Uthram, Chithirai Kani.



Manneswara Temple - Annur

The Manneswara Temple is located at Annur, 30 kms from Coimbatore. The Kumbabishekam was performed in 1990. This Easwaran Temple was built by a Chera King from Chembium. It is believed that a hunter was digging the roots of a tapiaco tree to pull it down. He was surprised to see blood gushing out of the root. He later found a 'Lingam' beneath the tree. On hearing this, the King built a temple here. The uniqueness of this temple is that it faces west. 'Markandeya', a staunch devotee worshiped the 'Linga' enshrined here, it is believed.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   06.00 AM to 01.30 PM and 03.00 PM to 08.00 PM
Daily Poojas

At 06.30 AM to 01.30

Address

Administrative Officer, Manneswara Thirukoil, Annur - 641 653.

Auspicious Occasions

Tamil New year, Navarathiri, Ayppasi- Annabishekam, Thiru Karthigai, Thiruvathirai, Sani pearchi ( Every 2-1/2 years) Monthly Pradosam & Karthigai



Arulmigu Patteswarar Thirukoil - Perur

This temple is located in Perur, 6 kms from Coimbatore on the Siruvani main road. Karikala Chola built this temple - a Shiva shrine with a Swayambumoorthy, in the early Christian era. According to the Sthalapuranam, when the calf of Kamadhenu was playing in the Arasu trees forest, its legs hit a hard object which secreted blood. Later, it was discovered to be sacred 'Siva Lingam'. This led a temple to be built here. It was built over the Moolasthanam and worshipped by the Saivaites. Saints 'Appar' and 'Sundarar' sung of this sthalam in 'Devaram'.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   06.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 04.00 PM to 08.30 PM
Daily Poojas

At 07.30 AM, 12.00 PM & 07.30 PM.

Address

Arulmigu Patteswarar Thirukoil Siruvani Main Road, Perur, Coimbatore - 641 010.

Auspicious Occasions

Chitrai - Tamil New Year, Aadi - Pooram and Ammavasai, Purattasi - Navarathri, Ayppasi - SooraSamharam, Karthigai - ThiruKarthigai, Margazhi - Aarudra Dharisanam, Panguni - Uthram.



Arulmigu SubramaniaSwamy Thirukoil - Marudamalai

This temple is located at Marudamalai, 9 kms North - West of Coimbatore. The kumbabishekam was performed in 1997. According to epic, a saint prayed to God sitting under a marudha tree for helping him quench his thirst and tiredness. Soon he noticed water springing from beneath the tree. Overwhelmed, he pronounced 'Lord Muruga' as as the Lord of Marudhajalapathi. In due course it became 'Marudamalai'. 'Pambati Sitthar Cave' is located on the slope to the south-east of the temple. It is believed that a snake charmer who became a saint attained salvation by meditating 'Lord Muruga' in this this cave. A notable feature is that there is an image of a snake on the rock which was formed of its own accord and not carved. Two springs 'Marudha Thirtam' and 'Pambatti Sunai' are on the hills. A dip in them cures a number of diseases because of their medicinal properties.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   06.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 02.00 PM to 08.30 PM
Daily Poojas

At 06.00 AM - Vishwaroopa Dharisanam, 09.00 AM - Kalasandhi Pooja, 12.00 PM Ucchikala Pooja, 01.00 PM to 02.00 PM - Thirukappu iduthal, 05.00 PM - Sayaratchai, 08.30 PM - Ardha Jama Pooja.

Address

Arulmigu SubramaniaSwamy Thirukoil Marudamalai, Coimbatore - 641 046.
Phone: + 91 - 422 - 2422490

Auspicious Occasions

Navarathri, Aadipperukku, Tamil New Year, Vaikasi Car Festival, Karthigai Deepam, Margali Pooja, Aruthira Darisanam, Thai Poosam.



Arulmigu Velliangiri Andavar Thirukoil - Poondi

This temple is located 20 kms. from Coimbatore towards Siruvani. This temple is in one of the five hills of historic importance. The five hills symbolically represents the five different faces of 'Lord Shiva'. The uniqueness of this temple is that only here PanchaLinga can be seen. According to the sthalapuranam, 'Lord Brahma' got 'Shiva Dharisanam' when he was meditating at the Himalayas. He was guided to continue his meditation in the name of 'Pattimuni' at Perur. On 'Lord Brahma' continuing his meditation, 'Lord Shiva' and 'Umaimmai' were pleased and performed 'Ananda Nadanam' at Perur.



Dharshan Timinigs
All the Weekdays   :   07.00 AM to 01.00 PM and 02.00 PM to 05.45 PM
Daily Poojas

At 07.00 AM, 12.00 PM & 05.30 PM.

Address

Arulmigu Velliangiri Andavar Thirukoil Poondi Poondi hills, Coimbatore - 641 114.
Phone Number : 0422- 2651258

Auspicious Occasions

Chitra Pournami


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