Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar Swamy Temple, Thiruthiyamalai, Trichy
Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar Swamy Temple, Thiruthiyamalai, Trichy

Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar Swamy Temple, Thiruthiyamalai, Trichy

Date built:
Deity:Shiva
Architectural style:Dravidian architecture
Major festivals
Locale:Thiruthiyamalai
District::Trichy
Address:Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar Swamy Temple,Thiruthiyamalai Post,
Musiri Taluk,Tiruchirappalli District – 621 006
Phone+91 9787302153 / 9047261838 / 98655 27538
 Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar Swamy Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva located at Thiruthiyamalai Village in Musiri Taluk in Trichy District of Tamilnadu. Presiding Deity is called as Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar and Mother is called as Mathru Karunambika / Thaayinum Nallal / Surul Kuzhal Nayagi. Thiruthiyamalai is also called as Thiru Desa Malai.

Architecture

Legend / Local stories

darshan. After that he came back to Thiruthiyamalai and to his surprise, he met Agasthiar again there and received some more secrets from him. At that time, he saw a huge tree in the middle of the hill with more than 1008 ‘Thookkanakuruvi Koodu’ (Bird Nests).

Though he had done Girivalam so many times before, he never saw that tree before. Thookkanakuruvi Koodu is considered as a good Vasthu symbol and due to the 1008 of them here, this place is considered as a highly powerful Vasthu power Sthalam. From the language of so many birds, he understood that the flower is going to bloom on the next Maha Shivarathri day and so waited in penance at the foot hill. On that eventful Maha Shivarathri day, the Argyadevavalli flower finally bloomed and all the thousands of birds flew in abundant happiness chanting ‘Om Namasivaya’.

Brighu maharishi was slightly upset that he could not see the flower but the birds have already seen it. Agasthiar appeared again with his wife and took Brighu maharishi for the first time to the hilltop (all the time, he was at the foot hill only) and disappeared there. Brighu maharishi finally got the glimpse of the flower as a reflection in the ‘Kodi Pushpa Aadhi Mahamaha Theertham (Sunai)’ and then raised his head and got the direct darshan of the flower.

Temple Opening Time

This temple has only one Kala Puja. The Temple is open from 10.00 AM to 12.00 Noon.

Prayers

Thiruthuthal means ‘correcting the wrongs’ in Tamil and this temple blesses the salvation stage for everyone after correcting all their sins. The temple worship benefits womanhood, especially those wanting a good marriage and those who suffer after marriage come here with a basket of raw rice flour and draw Kolams around the Girivalam route and on the rocks, worship the God and Goddess to get all their problems solved. Those affected with bad habits like smoking, drinking etc. can pray here, perform Girivalam and offer Sambar rice as annadhanam to poor people. Regular worship here gets one out of all the bad habits

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How to Reach:

The Temple is located at about 800 meters from Thiruthiyamalai Bus Stop, 5 Kms from Moovanur, 6 Kms from Thandalaiputhur, 10 Kms from Thiruthalaiyur, 11 Kms from Gunaseelam, 17 Kms from Musiri, 23 Kms from Thuraiyur, 16 Kms from Thiruvellarai, 13 Kms from Thiruppainjeeli, 22 Kms from Manachanallur, 14 Kms from Elamanur Railway Station, 24 Kms from Kulithalai Railway Station, 28 Kms from Srirangam, 36 Kms from Trichy and 39 Kms from Trichy Airport.

Buses going from Trichy to Musiri via Thandalaiputhur go through this place. Trichy – Mannachanallur – Thiruthiyamalai – Thandalaiputhur – Musiri is the route. Please note that there is another straight route to Musiri from Trichy. Better option is to go to Musiri and get bus from there at “Kaikatti” bus stop as frequency of buses from Musiri is more. Nearest Railway Station is located at Elamanur and Kulithalai. Nearest Airport is located at Trichy.

Contact Details

Eka Pushpa Priya Nathar Swamy Temple,
Thiruthiyamalai Post,
Musiri Taluk,
Tiruchirappalli District – 621 006
Mobile: +91 9787302153 / 9047261838 / 98655 27538
Email: [email protected]
Web: www.thiruthiyamalaisivankovil.org

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