Thirupampuram Paampuranathar Temple

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Thirupampuram Paampuranathar Temple is situated in Thiruvarur District, Tamilnadu. 

Thsi temple is also known as Urakapuram and Seshapuri. The name of the Lord Siva here is Paampuranathar (also referred as Seshapureeswarar), and the goddess is Vandaar Poonkuzhali (also referred to as Bramarambikai).

This is an ancient temple which hold 3000 years of history. Lord siva is Swayambhu Linga ( Self manifested). Performing Pooja at Thirupampuram Rahu Ketu Temple will yield good results within 48 days. In this temple once can Rahu Ketu in a single Idol.


Significance of Thirupampuram Paampuranathar Temple:

The Kings of Serpents Nagaraja and Karkotakan are said to have worshiped Shiva here. Once Lord Vinayagar was offering prayers to Lord Shiva. At that time the serpent in the neck of the Lord thought that he too is worshiped by Vinayagar. Knowing this Lord Shiva got angry and cursed the serpents to lose all their Shakthi. In order to retrieve it Aadiseshan and other serpents came to earth in one Maha Shiva Rathri and offered prayers to Kudanthai [Kumbakonam] Nageshwarar in the morning, Thirunageshwaram at the noon, Thirupamburam Pambureswarar in the evening and Nagoor Nageshwarar at the night and got the blessings of the Lord. The name Paampuram comes from the association with Nagaraja.

It is said that 3 days a week snake is seen near the God or Goddess. The temple history suggests that snakesare present at this temple and every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday odors of Jasmine and Thazampu are also present. There is the fact that people do not die of snake bite at this place and no history of snake bites although a lot of snakes are seen in this area.


Thirupampuram Paampuranathar Temple Festival:

  • Maasi Magam
  • Arudra Darisanam
  • Maha Shivarathri Aadisesha, the mount of Lord Vishnu, worshipped shiva here on the Night of Maha Shivaratri and then he commenced his worship at Kudandai Keezhkottam, and then proceeded through Thirunageswaram, Tiruppaampuram and Nagur. This event is celebrated on Maha Shivaratri nights.


Temple Timings:

7 AM to 12.30 PM and 4 PM to 9 PM


Note: 

  • 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 within 30 days