Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple In Tamil Nadu

Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple In Tamil Nadu


Vaitheeswaran Koil – Temple Timings, Photos & Address


Vaitheeswaran Koil temple is in Tamil Nadu, dedicated to Lord Shiva. In Tamil Nadu, Lord Shiva is known as Vaitheeswaran because he has healing powers. People who believe in praying to Vaitheeswaran Koil “God of Medicine” can treat skin disorders. Angaraka (Mars) is an important role in establishing strong marriage relationships. Vaitheeswaran Koil temple times are between 6 AM and 9 pm.


Legends of Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple:


According to legend, when the god Shiva was deep in contemplation sweat droplets fell to the ground from Shiva’s forehead.

An infant male, Angaraka, was born of the sweat droplets of Shiva. Lord Shiva was able to cure the skin disease of Angaraka. Then, he was an integral part of Navagraha.

Anyone who visits the temple is required to dip their feet into Siddsmrita before getting into the temple. Siddsmrita is an in-temple tank. It is believed to have healing properties to treat skin conditions.

The legend says that Saptarshi (seven Sages) worshipped the god Shiva at this location.

It is believed it was during Ramayana, Lord Rama and his brother Lakshman did the last rituals for Jatayu in this location. Ravana killed Jatayu the king of vultures in the process of rescuing Sita from her abduction. After that, Jatayu Kundam formed here.

Tevaram songs of the seventh-century Saiva Nayanars who revered the temple. Sixty-three Shaivite saints sang them to praise Lord Shiva.

Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple Medical Properties:

Thiruchandu Urundal can be described as the name given to the ashes that are collected from Homa Gundam that have healing properties. Chandan (sandalwood powder) combined with saffron is another remedy available.

Since Chevvai signifies red, the devotees are required to present their dal which are red flowers in the pooja. In addition, salt and pepper along with jaggery are included as part of the Siddhamritam to treat diseases.

On Tuesdays, devotees worship Angaraka by the fast for 21 consecutive Tuesdays. In the end, he will be freed from the harmful effects of Mangal.

Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple In Tamil Nadu


Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple In Tamil Nadu


History of Temple:


Vaidhyanathan Swamy, the god who is worshipped here, and his co-religionist Thayyalanayaki Ambal are here with the oil of healing that cures ailments.

In this temple, Angarakan is worshipped in two different forms: the main god that is permanently housed in the temple as well as the other food that is brought outside during the festival time to be used in the procession. During in procession takes place, the goat is placed on the goddess.

Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple Timings:

Morning Hours: 6 am – 1 pm

Evening Hours: 4 pm – 9 pm

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Vaitheeswaran Koil Address:

Arulmigu Vaidhyanathar Temple,

Vaitheeswaran Kovil post

Srirkali Taluk,

Nagapattinam District – 609117.

Vaitheeswaran Koil Temple In Tamil Nadu


Vaitheeswaran Koil Benefits:

  • It assists in the development of healthy relationships between spouses.
  • Helps to alleviate poverty, debts, and skin ailments
  • Have a blessed son who will bring fame to your family.
  • Improves eyesight
  • Be blessed with victory and prosperity.
  • Devotees will give with courage and determination.

How can I get there?

  • The temple is situated 25 km distant from Chidambaram.
  • It is located 325 kilometers from Tirupati.
  • 1.3 km of Vaitheeswaran Railway station.
  • It is located 50km from Kumbakonam and only 4 km away from Mayiladuthurai on the Chidambaram road.

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