Arulmigu Swaminatha Swami Temple

Presiding Deity:

The temple of Lord Subramanya, one of the six houses of Lord Muruga, is where the son taught the efficacy of the Pranava mantra to his father, Lord Shiva. The day of Krittika is very important and thousands of people worship the Lord every month on this day. Swamimalai is 8kms from the central bus stand, near Kumbakonam. Swamimalai is in the Thanjavur District. Every New Yearrs day, Thirupadi Vizha (Puja for the holy steps) is conducted with great pomp and grandeur. The Kavadi and Carrying of Milk Pots is done daily adding on to the uniqueness of this holy shrine.







 only facilitates rituals at temples for those who are unable to physically be present at the temple for various reasons.
1.We are not an agent/representative/official website of any temple and perform these services through our own network of representatives.
2.We are not a temple. We are not a religious movement. We get no money from particular religious institutions or leaders. We are not pushing a particular spiritual agenda.
3.All pujas or other rituals offered through our website do not involve any kind of animal sacrifice.
4.The charges for services include charges collected at the temple, cost of purchasing offerings, conveyance and various other charges towards fulfillment of the order and are subject to change from time to time without notice.



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The Commissioner, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR&CE), Government of Tamilnadu, has raised certain objections regarding private entities offering spiritual services at temples under the control of the HR&CE. Hence we have temporarily suspended services at this temple through our website till the issue is resolved. Kindly accept our apologies for the inconvenience caused. 
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