Bindhu Madhava Perumal Temple, Thuthipattu, Vellore

Bindhu Madhava Perumal Temple, Thuthipattu, Vellore

Date built:
Deity: Bindhu Madhava Perumal
Architectural style: Dravidian architecture
Major festivals
Locale: Thuthipattu
District:: Vellore
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 Bindhu Madhava Perumal Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located at Thuthipattu in Vellore District of Tamilnadu. The Temple was renovated during the King Krishna Deva Raya of Vijayanagar kingdom and completed by Narasimha Ballala. This temple is considered to be one of the Pancha Madhava Temples in India.

Festivals

Annual Chithirai Brahmotsavam, Purattasi Utsavams, Navarathri and Margazhi Utsavams are celebrated with religious fervor and piety.

Prayers

All Naga Dosha and Angaraka Dosha are completely washed out if one who does Pradikshina for 7 times around the temple daily during early hours and Lit Ghee Deepas for 21 Days.

Architecture

Legend / Local stories

There are 5 (Five) Madhava temples in India;

1) Bindu Madhava is one among them in Thuthipattu near Ambur in Tamilnadu and another similar Madhava Temple is in Varanasi.

2) Veni Madhava at Prayag or Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh in North India.

3) Kunti Madhava at Pitapuram near Kakinada in Andhra Pradesh.

4) Sethu Madhava at Rameshwaram in Tamilnadu.

5) Sundara Madhava at Thiruanantapuram or Trivandrum in Kerala

The mythological story related to this Pancha Madhava Kshetras goes like this. Twashta was one of the Prajapatis created by Lord Brahma. He had one son named Vishwarupa. Vishwarupa was very noble. He once started doing great tapas. Indra became afraid that Vishwarupa might take his kingdom so resorted to all kind of tricks to destroy and disturb his tapasya but all in vain. Then Indra chopped Vishwarupa’s head with his Vajrayudha. Indra also lured Taksha to help him in chopping heads of Vishwarupa. Vishwarupa is said to have three heads.

On hearing the sad end of his beloved son Twashta got enraged and started Homa to create a massive Asura from his krodhagni. Twashta named him viratasura and ordered him to defeat Indra to avenge the death of his elder brother. Viratasura defeated Indra. Later, the treacherous Indra befriended him and killed him. Thus, Indra acquired the sin of Brahmahatti, which is considered to be worst kind of sin. To absolve himself of this great sin Indra consecrated these Pancha Madhava Temples. So, it is believed that a pilgrimage to these Pancha Madhava Kshetras has a power to absolve one off all one’s sins.

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How to Reach:

This temple is located on the main road 2 Kms before Ambur on the Gudiyattam-Ambur Road. The Temple is located at about 2 Kms from Ambur, 4 Kms from Ambur Bus Stand, 3 Kms from Ambur Railway Station, 17 Kms from Vaniyambadi, 55 Kms from Vellore and 190 Kms from Chennai. Nearest Railway Station is located at Ambur and Nearest Airport is located at Chennai.

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