Adi Kumbeswarar Temple is situated in Kumbakonam Kumbakonam Tamil Nadu. The temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva enshrined as Adi Kumbeshwar with his consort Goddess Parvathi as Mangalambigai Amman.
Offering Puja in Adi Kumbeswarar Temple is ideal for
- People who are facing trouble in their professional life.
- People, who have not been able to secure jobs, even though they have the right qualifications
- People who are facing dosha in their horoscope in the area of career / work
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Significance of Adi Kumbeswarar Temple:
Lord Shiva in the temple is Swayambumurthi. The Linga is in conical shape - . the base of the Linga is broad and narrow at the top as a needle point and is made of sand, hence no Abhishekam is performed to the lord.
Lord Shiva 36 crore of His Mantra Shakti-power with Goddess here, Her share of 36 crore Shakti and the share of Lord Shiva makes it to 72 crore.Thus Mother is praised as Mantra Peeteswari and the the place is also one of the 64 Shakti Bheda / Mantra Bheda Sthalas.
The Pottramarai tank with golden lotus flowers – is in front of the temple is famous for the Mahamaham which takes places every 12 years.
The Kumbakonam Mahamagam festival is celebrated once in 12 years on a Poornima-full moon day when Jupiter enters Kumba-Acquarius and Sun Simha zodiac signs. It is believed that On this day, other holy rivers Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari, Narmada, Saraswathi, Cauvery, Kumari, Bayodhini and Sarayu also bath in the tank to cleanse themselves of their sins.
During cosmic dissolution, a pot containing nectar (Amrita) was floating and lord Shiva pierced the pot with an arrow, thereby making the nectar to flow through it’s nostril on all sides . Hence this place is named Kudamooku (kuda – pot; mooku – nostril or tip). The objects such as mango leaf, sacred grass (Tharppai), hoop (uri), Bell tree leaf (Bilva), coconut and the sacred thread (poonool) that were adorning the pot fell into different places due to whirl wind. They appeared as Shiva lingas and later on they became Siva temples. As per puranas the genesis of life happened by the the Thiru Vilaiaadal (divne play) of God Shiva here, and from here all the living beings originated.
Temple Festivals and events:
- Mahamaham is the famous festival celebrated every twelve years during the month of Masi (February - March)
- Sabthasthanam festival in Chithirai (April-May) when the Lord and Mother visit 7 places of a distance of 20 kilometres.
- Tirukalyanam (wedding festival) in Vaikasi (May-June)
- Tirumanjanam in Aani (June-July)
- Aadi perukku (July-August)
- Aadi Pooram (July-August)
- Panguni festival (March-April) with special pujas
- Butter pot festival on the Aswathi star day in Masi (February-March), on the 8th day, and the procession of Panchamurthis
- Morning: 6.00 AM - 12.30 PM
- Evening: 4.00 PM - 9.30 PM
- Puja means offering archana to the deity
- The Price of the Puja includes service charges, prasad, packing and courier cost and any other incidental charges
- We are not agent of any temple, our representative will perform the puja on your behalf and collect the prasadam.
- You will receive the prasadam between 15 - 30 days
- Prasadam will not have any kind of food items
- Prasadam normally consists of Kumkum or Vibuthi or Turmeric or Sandal Paste or Akshatha