Pujas for Fasting Days

Kapaleeshwar Temple
According to a legend, Lord Siva once pinched off one of the heads of Brahma to arrest his pride. A crestfallen Brahma came to this place, installed a Siva Lingam and did penance. The Lingam is known as Kapaleeswarar. His consort is Karpagavalli. Devi Parvati did penance here as ... Read more

Thenupuriswarar Temple
Thenupuriswarar Temple is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located in the holy village of Patteeswaram,... Read more


Renganathar Temple
SriRangam, lying in the heart of the city of Trichy, is considered a sacred place. Sri Ranganathar, Ranganayagi Nachiar, the 12 Alwars, Sri Hanuman, Sri Krishna, Sri Rama and Sri Narayana are installed in the temple. Many kings of the past were involved in the temple construction... Read more


Nataraja Temple
Chidambaram is hallowed by the aura of the famous shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva as Nataraja, the Cosmic Dancer. Here the Lord danced while blessing saints Patanjali and Vyagrapada, who were doing penance in the Thillai forests. The Cosmic Dance is a symbolic representation of th... Read more

Sankatahara Chathurthi

Ananda Vinayaka Temple
The very conception of the fusion of Vinayaka and Anjaneya forms in One icon has a great esoteric significance. It is fortified by the truth of the to quoted adage - begin with Pillayar and end up with Anjaneya, being dinned at the ears of people more often than not. The unique s... Read more


Varasiddhi Vinayaka Temple
The Ganesh temple at Besant Nagar in Chennai, Tamil Nadu enshrines apart from the main deity, Sri Murugan, Sri Iyyappan, and the Navagrahas. The deity is known for granting wishes of all those who offer their prayers here.... Read more


Sri Subramanyaswamy Temple, Thiruthani
Tiruttani is the famous temple dedicated to Lord Subrahmanya, is situated 51 miles away from Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The temple is situated on a small hill, which is reached over a flight of 365 masonry stems. It is one of the six famous abodes of Lord Subrahmanya. It is considered ... Read more


Kandaswamy Temple
The presiding deity here is Kandaswamy and is located near the Central Railway Station in Chennai.... Read more


Kalikambal Temple
The temple city of Madurai has retained the essentials of culture of yore. The history of Madurai dates back to the 6th century BC. It was the capital of the Pandyan Empire till the 14th century AD. Madurai was the seat of Tamil learning. It is a twin temple dedicated to Sundares... Read more


Kolavizhi Amman
The Kolavizhi Amman temple is situated at Mylapore in Chennai.... Read more

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