Sakthi Ganapathy Temple, Manavur, Thiruvallur

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Deity:Sakthi Ganapathy
Architectural style:Dravidian architecture
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Locale:Manavur
District::Thiruvallur
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 Sakthi Ganapathy Temple is a Hindu Temple dedicated to Lord Ganesha located at Manavur village near Thiruvalangadu in Thiruvallur District of Tamilnadu. The Village Manavur was called as Manavur Kottam during Chozha period. The Temple is believed to be 1200 years old. The temples in Manavur has been built with perfect alignment as mentioned in the Aagama Sastras (Karshanathi, Prathishtandham, Prathishtandhi, Uthsavandham and Uthsavandhi). Karkadeswarar Temple is built in Easanya, Vijayaraghava Perumal temple in Nirudhi moola, Sakthi Ganapathi temple facing north and Kandasamy temple facing east have been consecrated.

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The Temple is located at about 400 meters from Manavur Railway Station, 4 Kms from Pazhayanur, 5 Kms from Thiruvalangadu, 9 Kms from Perambakkam, 15 Kms from Thiruvallur, 17 Kms from Thakkolam, 23 Kms from Arakkonam, 67 Kms from Chennai and 59 Kms from Chennai Airport. T2 Bus is available from Thiruvallur to Thiruvalangadu via Manavur (Daily two trips only). Manavur Railway Station is very near to the village on the Chennai to Arakkonam route and it is 4 stations away from Thiruvallur enroute Arakkonam-Central.

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See also  Aanandheeswarar Temple, Billanthaangal, Kanchipuram

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