Friday, October 8, 2010

Brahmapureeswarar Temple, Tirupattur

Tirupattur is about 25 kms from Trichy on the Chennai - Trichy NH 45. While going from Chennai, you have to reach Siruganur and take a right there into the service lane. There is a big board to guide people travelling by road. After turning right, the temple is about 5 kms down the road. While coming from Trichy, Siruganur is about ten kms farther from Samayapuram, and one has to turn left at the Siruganur Service lane.

The Rajagopuram of Brahmapureeswarar Temple
The entrance has a Five Level colourful raja gopuram . When you go into the beautiful and cool Veda mandapam with the dwajasthabam you notice Nandiswara resting under an intricate Rudhraksha Pandal, a sight not found in any other temple.



Nandi under the Rudhraksha Pandal
 The next mandapam is called Nada Mandapam wherein the seven musical pillars are present. There are seven entrances to cross over to reach the sannadhi of Sri Brahmapureeswara. He is called so since he changed the destiny of Brahma. To the left of the Nadha Mandapam, is the Brahma Sannadhi. The idol is huge-  almost six feet and sitting on a lotus flower in Padmasana. Brahma is considered as the Adhidevatha of Guru Bhagavan, and therefore, here he is covered in turmeric paste. The turmeric is also given as prasadam. If you visit the temple around 7 am in the morning, you will be able to see both the Nirmalya Darshan as well as alankaram. Worshipping this Brahma, wil change the destiny of the worshipper for the beter. But not everyone will be lucky enough to come here. Only if their destiny allows can it happen. Which is why he is called " விதி இருப்பின் விதியை மாற்றும் பிரம்மா"

Brahma in turmeric alankaram
The story goes like this:
Brahma was very vain as he had five heads like Shiva and he was the creator of all beings. In order to curb his vanity, Shiva plucked out one of his heads whereby Brahma lost all his thejus or glory. Since he lost thejus he also lost the art of creation. In order to be relieved of the curse, Lord Brahma came to Tirupattur and installed 12 (Dwadasa) Lingams and prayed to them. Pleased with his devotion, Lord Shiva appeared before him with Goddess Parvati, who gave him back his lost thejus which is why she is called "Brahma Sampath Gowri" here. Shiva also gave another boon to Brahma. Just like how he had changed the destiny of the one who was responsible for writing everyone's destiny, Brahma would have the power of changing the destiny of all those who worshipped him here, for the better. Goddess Brahma Sampath Gowri can be worshipped in a seperate sannadhi outside the main temple.

 Usually in temples, the devotees stand on both sides of the main deity and worship. In this temple, it is important that the devotee falls within the direct deeksha of Lord Brahma. Therefore, they are asked to stand directly in front of him so that their destiny can be changed for the better.
Saint Padhanjali


Another very important feature of this temple is the Jeeva samadhis of Saints Padhanjali and Vyakrapadhar. While Shiva performs the Ananda Thandava between the horns of Nandi, there are two saints who witness it - Padhanjali and Vyakrapadha. Both their jeeva samadhis are found here. Padhanjali was the creator of Yoga Sutra. His jeeva samadhi can be found to the left of the Brahma Sannadhi. A covered enclosure has been made around it convenient for those who want to come here and meditate. The vibration is extremely powerful here.
Thala Vruksham - Maghizha Maram

The jeeva samadhi of Saint Vyagrapadhar is found about half a km away from the main temple.
The Stala Vruksham is Magizha maram which is about 150 years old and is found in the complex outside the temple which houses 7 out of the 12 lingams. It is believed that Sage Pathanjali often left his physical body and stayed in the astral form for many days in this magizha maram and performed penance.
There are four lingams in the main temple
1. Brahmapureeswarar - Main Deity
2. Pazhamalainathar - Opposite to the Jeeva samadhi of Saint Padhanjali
3. Padhala Eswarar - Every temple that has a Jeeva Samadhi will have a padhala lingam. Here it is present near Chadikeswara
4. Suttharathneswarar - near the navagrahas

One lingam in front of the Amman Sannadhi:
5. Thayumanavar
The other seven lingams are found in the adjacent campus:

List of lingams outside the lingam complex


Clockwise from left: Manduganathar, Ekambareshwarar, Arunachaleshwarar, Kailasanathar, Jambukeshwarar, Kalathinathar, Saptharisheeswarar and the huge nandhi in front of Kailasanathar shrine
There are Pancha Bhootha Sthalangal in Tamilnadu namely - Kanchipuram, Tiruvannamalai, Kalahasti, Thiruvaanaikaval and Chidambaram. But this temple has all lingams of all five elements and saptharishis in one place. Lord Brahma has installed them all at one place so that the devotees who come here get the benefit of having workshipped the pancha bhoothas and the saptharishis when they worship at this temple. Each one of the shrines are different in architecture and size and the avudaiyars are also different some have the komukham on the left and others on the right. The Kailasanathar shrine has a 16 pillared hall and a huge nandi before it.

There is also a tank here called the Brahma Theertham...which is supposed to have been created by Lord Brahma to perform puja to the Dwadasa Lingams but the current status in which it is maintained leaves a lot to be desired.
Brahma Theertham

Every year in the tamil month of Panguni (March-April) for three days, namely 14, 15 and 16th the Sun God is said to worship Brahmapureeswara. As I mentioned earlier, there are seven entrances to reach the main deity's sannadhi. It is a miracle that the sun's rays cross these seven entrances and fall directly on the lingam from 6.15 to 6.45 a.m.

The jeeva samadhi of Sage Vyakrapureeswara is situated in Kasi Viswanatha swamy temple attached to the Brahmapureeswarar temple about half a km away. He has installed the Kasi Vishwanatha Swamy in this temple. Once there was no water in Tirupattur for performing the daily pujas. Sage Vyakrapadha saw Airavatha, the white elephant of Lord Indra, carrying water for the puja of Lord Jambukeswara of Tiruvanaikaval. He asked Airavatha to give him some water for the puja. The elephant refused. The angry sage who had hands and feet of a tiger dug the ground with his claws till water gushed out. He used this water to perform the puja. The tank so created by him is called " Pulipal Theertham". Bathing here on full moon day cures one of all skin ailments. The Jeeva samadhi of Sage Vyakrapadha is found encased in glass.

Kasi Vishwanatha Temple where the jeeva samadhi
of Sage Vyakrapadha is found
 Both temples are open from 7 am to 12 pm in the morning and from 4 pm to 8 pm in the evening.
Contact details:
Baskara Gurukkal (Brahma Sannadhi)
0431-2650439 / 9443817385

On Thursdays, Full Moon Days, and Sadhaya nakshatram days the temple is extremely crowded.




118 comments:

  1. This was great and very informative.. I had heard of this temple, though I havent been able to visit it yet... thanks for giving us an online tour!

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  2. Thank you for your feedback...I hope u r able to visit at the earliest!

    Regards
    Priya

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  3. Nice coverage Priya..and Anu said very informative.I too like travelling.. But write little. I Should visit this place sometime...! BTW, I like the Bramma theertham Snap..!
    I am following your blog.

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  4. Thank you for your feedback. Do visit the blog when u find time.

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  5. Very good job.when i went there about 5 years ago,i didnt know this much.Now,I realise my fate.Thank you very much. I plan my family also shall visit there

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  6. Thanks for your feedback....my prayers that you are able to visit soon with your family!

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  7. Harihara sundar.DMarch 31, 2011 at 8:34 PM

    Good JOb keep it up Priya....

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  8. Hi Priya, Im from Perambalur guy who is working in KualaLumpur, very proud to see that Blog.
    Its good work and god bless you ;) ...
    Continue the journey ...

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  9. Dear M/s Senthur and Hariharasundar,

    Good to hear from you and thank you for your feedback!

    Regards Priya

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  10. Very Very useful info,thanks a lot...good work

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  11. Thank you for your feedback, Mr. Vedaprakash!

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  12. Hello Priya

    I have visited this temple last month. very powerful place. Must visit every one. Thanks for sharing this. May shiva bless you in your way

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  13. priya,i wish i could read those list of lingams,me and my friends are planning a trip to south india next month,it would be interesting going through all the other posts also on your blog, because you seem to have a very profound knowledge on temples and other places in the south ,ineteresting.

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  14. Visited your nice blog and the postings are very informative
    svsaibaba.blogspot.com in English
    svsbaba.blogspot.com in Tamil

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  15. @Joel, the list of lingams is available in English in the collage picture just below the photograph you are mentioning. Do let me know when you come down south, I can definitely suggest some interesting and unique temples for you to visit.

    Regards, Priya

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  16. @Mr. Saibaba, Thanks so much for your feedback

    Regards Priya

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  17. I thought that the temple at Pushkar was the only Brahma Temple in existence ! Thanks for the info and also nice write-up :-)

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  18. Thanks for your feedback Neeraj and Sudhagee! Do check out the blog when you find time! Regards Priya

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  19. I had heard about this place from one of my cousin and couldn't find a proper trip log on it, thanks for writing and sharing this Priya.You have an interesting blog with your amazing temple articles.Will keep coming back here.

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  20. SEENU FRM VELLORE
    THAKS FOR UR GODSERVICE OM NAMASIVAYA

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  21. Thanks Priya. The information was really helpful !

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  22. very very informative....wish i visit this temple very soon with my family....God Bless You and be with u in all ur works Priya...

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  23. Hi Priya,
    It's very helpful,when My mom & grandmother planned to go temple,Thanks for yours informations.

    Arun

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  24. Good Information

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  25. Thanks for your informative details about the temple. I would love to visit this temple sometime

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  26. priya ji, thnks hope u r continues this process, and pl send an any other temple visits, its interesting to watch snaps, y i am writing this i am not a regular visitor becos, i am not believe about god, but whnever i visit temple, my soul was very calm, mind gets refresh,

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  27. I am planning to dharshan Brahmapureeswarar Temple by next weekend with my family. When I googled about Brahmapureeswarar Temple, I happened to read this blog. Thank you so much for the info Priya.

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  28. நன்றி நற்ப்பணி

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  29. Please any one assit me how to reach from trichy Bus stand to the temple.Is bus facilities available from the Trichy Bus stand??

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  30. Dear Rajesh,

    There definitely must be buses from Trichy towards Samayapuram and Thirupattur. I am not sure of the exact routes. Will check back and revert. Alternatively you can call Bhaskar Gurukkal whose number is available on the post and he will be happy to guide you.

    Regards
    Priya

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    1. add temples contact number

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    2. The temple does not have a landline number which is why I had provided the Gurukkal's number you can also contact the Executive Officer details of whom is available here http://brahmatemple.org/brahma_contactus.htm.

      Please understand that this is a personal blog wherein I can only provide as much information that I am able to gather when I visit the temple.

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    3. Dear Ms Priya ,

      Thank you very much for your support and reply. I am Planning to visit the temple by this monday o2 Jul.If you get the details before that it will be very useful to me.Whenever your getting the details please update in the Blog, it will be very useful for the future reader. any suggestion please guide me .Thanks.

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    4. Thanks for the information. I visited the temple recently...
      G.Krishnamoorthy...

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    5. DEAR MS. PRIYA THANK YOU SO MUCH I WANT TO VISIT THE TEMPLE WITHIN TWO DAYS

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  31. thank u for u information this information will be very helpful for my Aanmigam payanam .

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  32. thank u very much for u r information!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  33. tks for the info.u hav mentioned some sannadhis are half km away.are all the sannadhis inside one compound r do v hav to walk outside the temple grnds?in that case can v go by car since some elderly people may b accompanying me.wil b very grateful fr ur info.

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    1. The Kasi viswanatha swamy temple which has the jeeva samadhi of Sage Vyakrapadha is about half a km away. One can drive down to the temple without any difficulty. All other shrines are within the temple complex.

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    2. tk u Priya.shall get bak to the blog after my visit for which iam planning.

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  34. Hi Priya
    Nice information about the brahma temple. I'm planning to visit trichy in mid august. I heard about thirupattur and searched for some info abt the temple and happened to read your blog. Do you know of some other temples near trichy where there are jeeva smadhis of siddhars? If yes pls share the info. You have a wonderful blog here. May God Bless you.
    Thanks
    Sakthi

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  35. Hi Priya,

    Thank you for all the information about Sri Brahmapureeswara temple, Tirupattur.On July 26, 2012, I had the wonderful chance to great Shiva Kshetra and have darshan of Lord Brahmapureeswara and Lord Brahma. also, I had visited Lord Kasi Vishwanathar temple nearby. ( You may add this info: Locals informed me that it is recommended to visit and have darshan of Lord Kasi Vishwanathar and then go to Sri Brahmapureeswara darshan. Lord Brahma is indeed magnificient and you can feel his power and his aura. This temple is very powerful and vibrations are very spiritual conducive for removing obstacles. Thank you for your tour as it helped me plan my visit to this great temple in July 2012.

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  36. Thank you very much for an informative and useful article and we are visiting the temple this Sunday (19 aug 12).Regards Nagarajan

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  37. Thanks for this information Priya. Reading this information made me plan a trip to Trichy. I visited Brahmapureeswara on 5th Aug 2012. The place is really magical. Please continue writing such blogs and wish you all the very best for your work.
    - Shalaka

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  38. Very informative. I got an opportunity to visit this temple with my parents.
    As said, Brahma re-writes the fate of the people who visits this temple.

    I also had an opportunity to visit the 'Perumal temple' near Brahma temple. Though very small, the perumal here is very powerful.
    Our family had a prayer and me and my parents were praying perumal for the same.
    As a sign of blessing, the bhattacharyar uttered a word standing in the sannidhi - 'Neenga nenaikaradu 45 naatkal la nadakum. Swamiki thirumanjanam seiyaren nu prarthanai pannikongo. Avar 45 days la nadathi vappar'. To everybodys surprise, trust me, it happened within 45 days.
    Unfortunately, we missed the contact number of the bhattacharyar and now, donno how to contact them.
    If anybody has the contact number, please share it in the blog.

    Vidhya, Chennai

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    1. Thanks Ms Vidhya for sharing this information. Can you remember the name of the perumal at the temple?

      Regards
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    2. Perumal temple name is vidhiyai mattriammaikum varadaraja perumal

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    3. Contact Kalyanaraman Bhattacharyar Cell : 9790327510

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    4. What is the location of this Varadaraja Perumal Temple? Any village or place name to identify? We are travelling from Chennai.

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  39. I just came to knw about this temple and while searching io saw this blog. very informative. Planning to visit the temple soon, ofcourse, if I am destined to go there, as you mentioned.

    thanks
    jayakumar

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  40. krishnaswamyAugust 23 2012 11.35
    Ihave visited this Temple along with my Family members the vibration experienced is something unique The idol of Lord Bramha is very majestic The perumal temple nearby is also a must for the devotees.to visit. Lords name is Sri Varadarajaperumal Renovation works is now on

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  41. I visited Lord Brahmapureeswarar Temple in the month of May 2012.The vibration experienced is something unique. The Idol of Lord Brahma is very majestic. A trip to this Temple is very beneficial to the devotees.The name of the Perumal is Lord varadarajaperumal with consorts SRIDEVI AND Bhoodevi. Renovation work and construction of Rajagopuram is taking place

    Regards
    V.S Krishnaswamy

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  42. hello priya ji,
    i need to come temple because i have lot problems in my business

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  43. Hi,
    I had been to these temples last week. The Kasi Vishwanatha Swamy Temple closes by 6:30 PM daily. Please check and update your blog suitably.

    Thanks,

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  44. I have also planned to visit the temple and get the experience of vibration

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  45. I had been to the Temple with family on 20th oct.2012 and when we were praying Brahma we were blessed, as the flower adorning the Lord's head dropped down and it was an amazing experience.

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  46. I have visited this temple and much satisfied. The temple has to be renovated and to be modified according to vasthu. The temple poojaries are good and nice esp Sri Bhaskara Sivacharya.

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  47. Thank you very much indeed for giving such a wonderful information.

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  48. Very interesting Priya! I have to visit this temple soon. So now I realize there is a temple south, one in Pushkar and the other in Garhmukteshwar in UP! Interesting...
    Now in this temple, Bramha is with Shiva lingas. In Garh he is with Ma Ganga. In Pushkar with his consort Gayatri...very interesting.

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  49. Thank you Priya. While we went to this place from Kumbakonam ( 2 weeks back) it was closed due to some death in the village. I was instantly reminded of your blog and what you had written about one needs to be destined to visit this place. Yesterday I took my parents and went from Tiruchi and also managed to do an abhishekam to Lord Brahma and seek his blessings. Thank you for all the information in your blog.

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  50. Thanks Seshu ..... I already visited this temple and lot of miracle happened after visiting this temple .

    Raj....

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  51. very nice temple and i visit jan-06 2013

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  52. Very informative to every one who really wants to visit but not able to locate. Thanx a ton..

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  53. Very Informative. Myself, wife and son are planning to visit this temple this month end (March '13).

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  54. Hi nice blog very good information planning to visit soon thanx for the effort taken

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  55. Planning to visit soon thanx for ur effort taken to share the information

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  56. We had the blessings of Brahmapureeswarar to make the visit on Thursday the 21st March 2013. Some times, the driver of the tourist vehicle is very helpful. After having seen us visiting temples after temples from Tuesday, on our return journey from Trichy to Chennai, he suddenly asked us whether he can escort us to one another temple at Thirupathur on the way. We said yes- we were at this beautiful temple. As some one said in these columns, we have been destined by Brahmapureeswarar to visit him and receive his blessings. We were never aware of the existence of this temple, before. The separate sannadhi for Lord Brahma and his posture on Padmasana is splendid. It is a huge one and we felt lucky and blessed.

    We have not been told by anyone there regarding Kasi Viswanathar temple and we missed it.

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  57. We visited this shrine on Thursday the 21st March 2013. ASfter seeing us visiting temples after temples from Tuesday, our tourist vehicle driver, on our way back to Chennai from Trichy asked whether he can take us to one another temple. We said YES and then were there at Brahmapureeswarar temple. It is an wonderful temple. The separate sannadhi for lord Brahma in Padmasana posture is very beautiful and it is huge vigraham. As some one said in these columns, we have been destined to visit this temple and received the blessings of Lord Shiva, Parvathy and Brahma. And also Pathanjali Muni.

    Devotees visiting Trichy or down South by Road should not miss to visit this temple. We missed visiting Kasi Viswanathar temple as none guided us properly in this temple

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  58. Hii can someone tell me where exactly this temple located if I search in Google map it shows me near ambur there is a tirupattur but near tiruchy I don't find one pls guide

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    1. If you are going from Chennai, on NH 45 turn right at Siruganur. There is a board which clearly shows the name of Thirupattur Once you enter the service lane on the right and take the road to the village the temple is about 6 kms from NH 45. If you are travelling from Trichy, after the Samayapuram Toll gate, you will have to turn left at Siruganur.

      Hope this information is helpful.

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    2. Thnx but I am travelingfrom Cochin I checked on google map it guides me through Madurai I think I don't have to touch trichy guess so !! planning to visit temple by wednesday morning probably I have to stay tommorow night at madurai & then start early the next day morning to temple

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    3. If you are taking the NH through Madurai you will have to cross Samayapuram toll gate and then turn left at Siruganur.

      Good luck!

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    4. good and informative. thanks

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    5. Good and useful information. Thanks

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  59. Madam Thank you for ur information ,we got married 2005 till we have no kids and we r taking treatment for past 6yrs but no luck,one of my relative told me about this temple,so am trying to find the information about this temple,that time only i got the information in ur blog,so we planned to visit this temple on coming sunday,thank u for the useful information

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  60. 22/04/2013... Yennoda MARU JENMAM... yes I really Felt Some Vibrations @ 4:45 PM to 5:45 PM... In That Temple... Pesa Mudiyama 1hr Swamiya Parthuttey Utkarthirunthirukkiren... Xlnt..

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  61. 14/04/2013 - 10 A.M Brameshwarar Temple , Tirupattur ( Vellore Dist ).. Irunthen. Eshwaranai Vendittey Utkarnthirunthen... Koilil Yarumillai.. Appothu...Oru Family Vandhu idu Bhrammapureeshwarar Koil thaney nnu kettanga.. Naan illai, Appadi oru koil irukkannu ketten.. Appo Avanga Sonnanga.. Andha Koil ponal "Mangalagaramana Maatram varum" .. Poittu vangannu soliittu Poittanga...AACHARYAMmmm.. Naan yennoda prarthanaiyai indha koilil vechittu irukka.. Andru Avargal yaaro... Bangalorelirundhu vazhi mari inga vanduttom andha koilkku poga PRAPTHAM vendumam yengalukku innum illai neenga Pongalen nnu sollitu Poitanga... Idhuvarai appadi oru koil iruppadu yenakku theryala annaikku tharya vechittu poittanga...
    22/04/2013- 5:30 AM yennakkey theryama naan yelundhu... Poga vazhiye theryama 5 mins kooda yengayum nikkama 3:30 PM Templela Nikkaren...

    4:30 PM - 5:45 PM varai Bharma Munnadi Onnum Seiyama Parthuttey appadiye irundhirukkiren... Adhan pinnal than Andha koil Puranam Angu Padichen... Surprise....

    Bhraman Sabham - Linga Vazhipadu - Avar Vidhi Maatram - Parvathi Tejas Aruliyadu - Koil Varuvorin, Adhavadu... VIDHI Maranumnu irundhal mattumey Koilukku Varavaikkumam, Appadi vanduttaaley Turning Point thannnu... OMG.... Vibration Unarugiren... Aatmarthamaga First Time ever... Unarugiren...


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  62. Hello Priya Madam,
    Thank you very much for ur Blog.
    Yesterday (May26,2013) i visited the temple and it is a divine experience. Before going there, i read ur blog and it guided me right as whole. I couldn't resist crying, when i was sitting inside Pathanjali's shrine. I felt the real purpose of my well being.
    Please add in ur blog about the Bus services that, the First bus to the temple from Trichy Sathiram Bus stand is at 7.10 Morning only (Route N0:98).
    Then there is no proper arrangement for Bathrooms and Toilets, which someone will find bothered.
    My Best wishes for ur good deeds,
    God gives you Good health and happiness for ever,
    Thank you.

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  63. Hi, we are planning to visit the temple soon. I would like to know if any accommodation facilities are available near the temple.

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  64. Hello madam, we are visiting the temple soon and would like to know any accommodation facilities available near the temple. Thank you.

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    1. Dear Ms Vaishnave,

      You can stay in Trichy. The temple is not very far from there.

      Regards
      Priya

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  65. DEAR PRIYA,
    EXCELLENT INFORMATION, I WAS UNABLE TO VISIT ON 29.05.2013 BUT MY WIFE & CHILDREN HAD THE BLESSING OF GOD TO VISIT THIS TEMPLE AND SHE EXPLAINED ABOUT THE TEMPLE. BY CHANCE I HAD VISITED YOUR BLOG AND REALLY HAPPY AS IF I VISITED THE TEMPLE BY YOUR NARRATION AND PHOTO.
    THANK YOY

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    1. Thank you my prayers for you to visit soon

      REgards
      Priya

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  66. Namaskarams
    I went with my wife and my son few days back.My mother told me about this temple. Thanks to the magazine Sakthi Vikadan where in my mother read about this powerful place. I really enjoyed the visit

    How old is this temple ? can anyone give some more details of the construction. Thanks to our Government which is doing its best to repair and maintain.
    Many a people who is born and brought up at Trichy are not aware of this Temple until recently when some Magazine published about this Temple.

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  67. Madam

    Thanks for the informative write-up on this temple. As Lord Brahma's fate life took an interesting turn for good, did you also experience a change for good in your life after the visit to this temple?

    Thanks
    Madhav

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  68. Madam

    Thanks for the informative write-up on this unique temple. I was advised by a friend to visit this temple as I am at a crossroad in my life. My question to you is, did you experience a change for good in your life after you visited the temple just as Lord Brahma got rid of effect of the curse from Lord Siva?

    Thanks and regards
    Madhav

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  69. Priyaji,
    you writings have been excellent and the almighty has sent you to guide people on a spiritual course I guess. Fabulous work and it has helped me a lot. I did visit the temple recently along with my friend and as per the discussions on this blog, got to do everything expected of a visit to this place. thank you and all those who have contributed in the comment section for making our travel easy. god bless you all.

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  70. Hi Priyaji,
    I guess you are god sent to guide people on a spiritual journey. this write-up was amazing and helped us a lot during our recent visit to this magnificient temple. thanks to the bloggers as well, we got to know about the perumal temple and did visit that as well. please keep the good work. not everybody can contribute like you do and may god be with you always.

    please also add a small note to your write up asking people to visit the nearby Varadaraja Perumal Koil as well please. this will help the temple come up off its renovation expenses [hope so by contributions]. thanks

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  71. Very much Informative. Thanks for Sharing.

    Rudraksha

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  72. Thanks for the informative write-up on this temple. As Lord Brahma's fate life took an interesting turn for good, did you also experience a change for good in your life after the visit to this temple?

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    1. Dear Mr Nagaraj, My travel to temples is not expecting anything, however, having said that there are several people I know whose destiny has changed for the better after having visited the temple!

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  73. Hi, we are planning to visit the temple soon. I would like to know if any accommodation facilities are available near the temple.

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  74. Hi we are planning to visit temple, i would like to know is there any train facilities from tirupati, AP. and accoumudation near to temple.

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    1. Dear Divya, you will have to travel to Trichy and then take local transport to the temple. Accomodation will have to be also taken at Trichy.

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  75. I visited the temple on 28.9.2013
    Buses are available from Trichy Chatram bus stand. Frequecy of the trip is less. Buses available from Chatram bustand to Tirupattur between evening 2.45 pm to 3.10 pm.
    Otherwise buses from Trichy to perambalur, Attur (starts from overhead water tank near chatram bustand) get down at Siruganur. Lot of share autos, autos available from siruganur to tirupattur. They are charging Rs.15/- per person from siruganur to tirupattur. Other than brahmapureeswara temple, other places to visit are
    1. Purushothaman/ Varadharaja temple backside of brahmapureeswar temple ( 0.5 kms )
    2. Kasi viswanathar temple (2 kms )
    3. Ayanar temple (3kms)

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    1. Dear Mr Raja, All comments in this blog are moderated and will appear once the moderator has approved the same. It is sufficient if the comment is submitted once.

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      Priya

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  76. hi Priya

    vey much informative. i read about this temple in sakthi vikatan. we are planning to come in dec 2013. we are put up in delhi. we will be coming to madurai. from madurai we want to visit this temple and from there we want to go to bangalore. please let us know the route from madurai, accomodation availabilty at tirupattur and got to know from site it is only 3hrs journey to bangalore. how to go from there. please advice.my aged mother and g daughter will be thee with us. so we need good accomodation.

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    1. Dear Madam,

      You can stay in Madurai or Trichy. Tirupattur is a small village. It is close to Samayapuram. While coming from Trichy, after the Samayapuram toll gate you have to turn left at Siruganur.

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    2. Dear Madam, thanks to you and Mr. Ramji of shakthi vikatan anf gurukal of the temple.
      we had v good darshan of Lord Brahma, had divine experience.
      would like to visit again.

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  77. Thank u for this much information reg this temple, i wish if any one could give infomation on how to worship this lord Sri Brahmapureeswar, and alos give call taxi information from trichy.

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  78. I am from malaysia, 2011 i went to kasiwisvanathar temple, but couldn't visit to this lord Sri Brahmapureeswar temple, as death took place at the village.I manage to visit again September 2013, as informed by my relative who staying at tripattur, that 1st visit kasiwisvanathar and then visit lord Sri Brahmapureeswar temple. I entered the temple.. my eyes rolled by tears in front of lord Sri Brahmapureeswar statue. Now i seeing some miracle in my health. changes in life. planning to visit again anytime. as getting his calling again. Also my suggestion visit Uttamar koyil near samayapuram temple. where brahman, vishnu and sivan loacated. tq. god bless all.

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  79. we planned to go next week to this temple whether chennai to trichy busses stops in that siruganur stopping

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  80. whether chennai buses stops at siruganaur stopping

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  81. I do not know this information as did not travel by bus. Ideally, Chennai Trichy buses are point to point and may not stop in Siruganur as there is no bus stop there. There are local buses from Trichy to Tirupattur. Please contact the temple number mentioned in the post for further information.

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  82. very nice. keep it up. thank you.

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  83. Many thanks for the very useful information in the life. I was searching for the information about this temple and your blog has provided me what I was looking for. Best wishes

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  84. Hai I am from Malaysia. My mom in law and bro in law visited this temple last year. They advised that they see many positive changes and recommended me and family to go. We plan to go in May 2014. Hope to get his blessings and also visit the jeeva samadhis.

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  85. Hi Priya!

    Thanks for wonderful information provided about the temple. We had very good dharshan
    Just now we are starting from the temple.

    The temple is open till 12.30 PM.

    I was feeling bad that there is no water in brahma theertham.

    Also we request the people to visit the perumal koil which is very much nearer to the brahma temple.

    Vidhiyai maatrum varadharaja perumal. Perumal looks so very beautiful and it is sad to see such a very old and poeerful temple in such a poor stage.

    We heard from Rajesh Battachariar that the temple was built in 8th century. And Purushothamar vigraham is placed outside in open place without sny shelter who id said to be 2000 years old.

    It sjould be our responsibility to try to get some sort of financial aid to such temples which are too old without any support.

    Hope people start going to these temples too.

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  86. Dear Ms. Priya Baskaran & all contributors of Information,
    The information provided by you is just great.
    I have a few information requests:
    1. Are there any seva's for specific days ?
    2. Can I have the details of those if available ?
    3. Can we book the seva by phone & pay the temple authorities on the previous day ?
    4. Recommendation of good lodge / hotel near the bus stand ?

    Thank you In advance.

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    1. You can stay at Trichy and commute from there. Thursday is a good day to visit. Regarding sevas and payment pls contact the temple at the number provided in the post

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  87. Dear Priya,

    Thank you for the blog. Great & useful service to write about the speciality of the temple. I'm planning to go and want to call up in the phone numbers provided, however none of the numbers are active. Can you / anyone visiting the blog pls provide the contact info of the office / gurrukkal. thanks.

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  88. Dear Mr Sivarajsekhar, The article was written in 2010 and I have not had a chance to visit after that to update the contact details. Will do so soon. In the meantime you can visit during the temple opening hours. Warm regards, Priya

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