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Ashlesha Nakshatra : Tirupparankundram

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Ashlesha Nakshatra : Tirupparankundram
Nakshatra/Birth Star : Āshleshā Nakshatra
Adidevatha / Adipathi of Nakshatra : Shani (Saturn)
Symbol : Serpent
Deity : Sarpas or Nagas, deified snakes

Shani resides in his own idol.

People's whose Birth star sign is Āshleshā Nakshatra have to visit Sri Subramaniya Swamy Temple Tirupparankundram in Tamil Nadu twice in an year or atleast once in an year. Should stay in the temple or premises for two and half hours. Visit the Temple in your Birth star or Nakshatra i.e visit the temple on Āshleshā Nakshatra

Thiruparankundram, which is one of the six abodes of Lord Muruga.
This rock cut temple has separate shrine for saneeswaran. Thiruparankundram is 10km south from Madurai.

The 6th century rock-cut temple is dedicated to Lord Subramanaya. It is one of the six abodes (Arupadai Veedu) of the Lord. Here, Subramanaya married Deivayanai, daughter of Indra, after the victory over Surapadman. The main shrine is an early cave temple situated at a height of 1050 feet. At the entrance to this shrine, there are 48 pillars with artistic carvings. In the central shrines, Muruga, Durga and Vinayaka are worshipped. A special feature of Vinayaka is that He is holding only fruits and sugarcane. Muruga is in sitting posture with Deivayanai. To Her right is sage Narada. Vinayaka. Brahma, Indra, Surya and Chandra are depicted above these images. In the two cells facing each other, there are images of Vishnu with Sridevi and Bhoodevi and a Lingam respectively. At the top of the hill, there is a shrine dedicated to Kasi Viswanatha. The image of Nakkeerar, the Tamil poet, is seen here standing in reverence.

For More Details Visit : Sri Subramaniya Swamy Temple - Thiruparankundram


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