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Puja in 9 Temples for Navratri 2017

Kanchi Kamakshi Amman Temple, Madurai Meenakshi Amman Temple, Samayapuram Mariamman Devi Temple, Mysore Chamundeswari Devi Temple, Kollur Mookambika Devi Temple, Chottanikkara Bhagavathy Devi Temple, Guwahati Sri Kamakhya Devi Temple, Koothanur Mahasaraswathi Amman Temple, Kolhapur Sri Mahalaxmi Temple
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Description
The temple of Kamakshi Amman shrine is a renowned Hindu temple devoted to Goddess Kamakshi, who is one of the avatars of the Goddess Parvati; this temple can be found in the famous city of Kanchipuram, situated in the southern state of Chennai.The ancient Hindu temple of Meenakshi Amman can be found on the southern bank of the river, Vaigai in the temple city of Madurai, located in the state of Tamil Nadu, in India. The temple is what makes the 2500 year old city of Madurai famous, the world over.The Samayapuram Mariamman Devi Temple is located in Samayapuram near the Tamil city called Tiruchirappalli, which is found in the state of Tamil Nadu. Kollur is considered to be one of most visited pilgrimage destinations in India which hones the faith of its devotees.Kollur Sri Mookambika Temple can be easily visited via road or train from Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.Chottanikkara temple situated near Ernakulam in the southern india in the state of kerala . It is know for its architecture which is the testimonial for the ancient Vishwakarma sthapathis Situated in the serene and scenic Nilachal hills, in Guwahati, Assam, the Kamakhya Temple is one of the most important pilgrimage places for Hindus. .Koothanur Maha Saraswati Amman Temple is situated near Kumbakonam, in the state of Tamil Nadu, is a small but very important and charming temple.Every day, every individual spends each minute in pooling our best efforts together to accomplish our endeavors are get to have the happiness and pleasure imparted by the satisfaction of having wealth and riches that every one craves for. Prosperity is a virtue of life.
History
The ancient temple was mostly built in the 6th century by one of the Pallava kings, in the then capital of their empire, Kancheepuram. The ancient Kamakshi Devi shrine:The old shrine of Kamakshi Devi can be found close to Kumarakottam. Legend has it that the temple was built by Lord Indra when he was on a pilgrimage redeem himself of his sins. He felt his hardships vanish when he reached the swamayambu lingam in Madurai. The history of the temple is uncertain though it is believed that King Vijayaraya Chakravarty in the eighteenth century built the temple in the form in which it stands today.The temple has been in existence for 1200 years. The existence of temple has two stories. One story states that the idol was set up by the king Halugallu Veera Sangayya.The position in which the temple is located was once a heavy woodlands that was considered to be swarmed by yakshis and rakshsas. According to the Puranas, Goddess Kamakhya is the giver of desires and thus she is regarded as the one who denotes the procreant aspects of nature. The pooja done in honour of the goddess Saraswati is a simple one, but of great benefit to those who are in the pursuit of knowledge.
Importance/Significance
samayapuram is an important temple in terms of culture, sociology and religion. Many devotees perform extreme penance by inflicting pain on their bodies by walking over hot charcoal to show their devotion. A Shiva linga, named Jyothirlingam, is the main statue of the temple and is the unification of both the Purusha and Shakti.Chottanikkara Devi is known for healing her devotees misery and fulfilling their wishes by her divine intervention.It is said that Lord Shiva condemns Sati in Daksh Yagna and feeling insulted Sati decides to die. hey can pay for better results not only when it comes to examinations, but also in their day to day life, where an understanding of school syllabus is a must.
Facts/Mythology
The idol of Goddess Kamakshi in this temple can be viewed sitting, this pose is referred to as 'Padmasana posture'. This mirrors a lotus, which duplicates the form of meditation.An important feature of Goddess Meenakshi is that she carries a parrot, the bird in her hand. The bird is generally linked to the saint Andal, who belonged to the Vaishnava azhwar sect. "Pancha Sabhai" indicates the majestic courts of Nataraja, five in number, where he danced the cosmic dance. Holy scriptures have defined the Goddess as the creator of the entire universe and all the life forms on earth.Troubling the people and devastating the properties of the locals, this demon named Kaumasura, caused a terror in people mind. He gained his powers through austere penance, blessed by Lord Shiva.In the main temple, the fantastic colored idol of Bhagavathy 4 to 5 ft. great, is designed with blossoms, garlands, jewelry and washed in variety of lighting wonderfully.
Festivals/Events/Gatherings
A number of occasions that are celebrated over the months- the annual festival, ther and theppam in spring, and other festivals include Navaratri and Aippasi Pooram that are celebrated in the month of Vaikasi.There are fifty priests, who reside in the shrine; they perform various rituals during festivals and also on a daily basis. The most important festival celebrated here is that of 'Meenakshi Thirukalyanam', that is the wedding of Meenakshi, which is celebrated in the month of April annually. The festivals celebrated here at the Samayapuram Mariamman Devi Temple are:- • Thai Poosam festival is celebrated in the month of Thai, a Tamil month. • Special rituals are observed on all the Fridays of Thai and Aadi. •Every day there are prayers of five different kinds during Dantadavana; morning, afternoon, evening and night. People gathers here in huge numbers during 'Makom Thozhal' from February to March, which is the most celebrated event of the temple.
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