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Tiruchendur Temple Timings – Darshan and Puja Timings at Tiruchendur Murugan Temple

Tiruchendur   Murugan   Temple  is one of the most famous shrines dedicated to Lord Muruga or Subrahmanya in Tamil Nadu. The Tiruchendur Temple timings is given below in detail. Note that the opening and closing time and puja timings are different and extended during Vishaka and Karthigai Nakshatra and Sashti days. Special darshan timings during Kanda Sasti Tiruchendur Temple Timings The shrine is open from 5:00 AM to 9:00 PM. Important Puja timings are given below Suprabhatam – First puja – 5:10 AM Complete Murti Darshan – 5:30 AM Morning Abhishekam – 6:15 AM Morning Deeparadhana – 7:00 AM Kalasandhi Pooja 8:00 to 8:30 AM – Temple remains closed Noon Abhishekam – 10:30 AM Noon Deeparadhana – 12:00 PM Evening Abhishegam – 7:15 PM Evening Pooja – 8:15 PM Ekanda Seva – 8:30 PM Night Pooja – 8:45 PM Closing puja – 9:00 PM The shrine remains closed during eclipse or grahan.

Karur Kalyana Pasupatheeswarar Temple – Information with Temple Timing and Contact Details

Kalyana Pasupatheeswarar Temple located at Karur in Tamil Nadu is dedicated to Shiva. The Shivling worshipped in the temple is Swayambhu and is believed to have discovered by the divine cow Kamadhenu. Legend has it that Kamadhenu the divine cow used to pour its milk on an anthill; once the foot of the cow hit the linga inside the anthill and it started bleeding. Shiva then appeared before Kamadhenu and asked he be worshipped as Pasupatheeswarar. The mark of the leg of the divine cow can be still see on the Shivling. Karuvur Siddhar, one of the 18 siddhas has a shrine in the temple complex. It is believed that Karuvar Siddhar attained moksha by merging with the Shivling here. Among the seven important Shiva temples in the Kongu region, Pasupatheeswarar Temple is the first and foremost temple. The most important festivals in the temple are the Chithirai Festival held for ten days, Aadi 18, Aavani Moolam and Mahashivaratri. Karur Kalyana Pasupatheeswarar Templ

Contact Hindu Priests Online and Through Phone for Pujas at Home

Astro Ved an organization of Hindu priests is now offering their services online and through phone. You can contact Hindu priests for pujas at home, office, and in business establishments like shops etc. The service is priced between Rupees 500 and 22,000. The organization is currently based in Chennai. You can contact the priests at www.priestservices.com Phone numbers are 9500095649/9600007573/9677299388. The Hindu reports  “We started the service two years ago. There are six priests with us as of now and we receive at least ten calls a day asking for a priest to perform rituals such as housewarming, birth ceremony and ancestral rituals, among others,” says Ramu Karnan, assistant general manager of the organisation.  Astrology teams also offer the service of preparing horoscopes once a customer provides their birth details, and suggest rituals to solve their problems. “People can also customise their poojas according to their need. But we do not compromise on the sched