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Basara Sri Gnana Saraswathi Temple, Koothanur Maha Saraswati Amman Temple, Alangudi Guru Bhagawan Temple, Sringeri Sharadamba Devi Saraswati Temple

Puja In 4 Temples For Knowledge/Education, Andhra Pradesh
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Gnana Saraswati Temple is a Hindu temple of Goddess Saraswati located on the banks of Godavari river at Basar, Telangana, India. . Saraswati is the Hindu Goddess of knowledge and learning.Maha Saraswathi Amman Temple is located in Tamil Nadu. It is situated in a town called Koothanur. The vibe around this temple is truly wonderful. To realise the power of prayer, one must keep on remembering and chanting any simple Saraswathi Mantra, to realize the amount of positivity her blessings cause.Apatsahayesvarar Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to Lord Shiva and is located in the village of Alangudi 38 Kms from Thiruvarur town, Tamil Nadu, India. It is also 17.5 kms away from Kumbakonam in Tiruvarur district. The Lord of this Sthalam is Swayumbhu. Since the temple is existing from ancient times, the period of this temple could not be fixed accurately.Sri Sharadamba Temple is a famous Hindu temple located in the town of Shringeri. It is dedicated to Saraswati.
History
It is believed that Ottakoothan, a mortal, once sought the blessings of the Goddess Saraswati and Lord Pillayar to grant him the gift of the ability to compose poems. He used bath in the river Harisol every day and used to worship the Goddess.As per the Tale, Alangudi is position where God Shiva drank the dangerous poison produced during the rolling of 'paarkadal' (Sea of milk). Hence this position is identified as Alangudi (basically means 'the position where God Shiva absorbed the dangerous poison'. The temple was built in the 8th-century, and was founded by Sri Adi Shankaracharya. Originally it was an unpretentious shrine with the Murti of Sharada made of sandalwood, installed over the Sri Chakra that Sri Adi Shankaracharya carved on a rock. Subsequently, Sri Bharati Krishna Tirtha and Sri Vidyaranya had a temple built in the Kerala style, with timber and tiled roof.
Importance/Significance
Many pilgrims come to Basara to perform the "Akshara abhyasam" ceremony for children before they start formal school education.  Due to the presence of Saraswati, Lakshmi and Kali idols, Basara is considered to be the abode of the divine trinity.Those who worship their ancestors on the banks of Arasalar, during the Tamil month of Thai receive the blessing of their elders. Issues faced in employment, business and career get simplified. The benefits also include matrimonial harmony. Couples with problems in their relationships tend to get united after worshiping here.Guru is linked to fortune, advantage and lot of money. The unfavourable place in the astrology can cause skin issues, joint disease, heart relevant issues, fear & discomfort. Guru blesses his enthusiasts with child, good knowledge, valour, extended life and treat from illnesses. According to legends, Shiva gifted a crystal Chandramouleeshwara Linga to Sri Adi Shankaracharya. The Linga can still be visited and the Chandramouleeshwara Puja is offered to the Linga every night at 8:30 PM. It is also believed that Goddess Sharadambika, an incarnation of Goddess Saraswati, came to Earth as Upaya Bharathi.
Facts/Mythology
It is believed that Ottakoothan, an mortal, once sought the blessings of the Goddess Saraswathi and Lord Pillayar to grant him the gift of the ability to compose poems. He used bath in the river Harisol everyday and used to offer floral tributes to the Goddess. The goddess who was pleased with his devotion granted his wish, she came in a very beautiful boat in, in the form of a lovely woman and gave him the boon. Along with her, Goddesses Lakshmi and Parvathi too came by in this river and hence we can get the blessings of the basic grace of them all-Adhisakthi.During Jagadguru's fiftieth birthday, doors made of gold were installed and inaugurated at the entrance of the sanctum of the temple.
Festivals/Events/Gatherings
On Saraswati Puja and Vijayadasami, the idol is taken out for a procession on the swan. Particularly, devotees worship directly the beautifully decorated extended feet of the goddess on Saraswati Puja Day. On the eve of Vijaya Dasami, children begin by worshipping the goddess.Unique Darshans are organized on Thursdays as well as on the times of Jupiter's transportation to next Zodiac. Mashi Maham, (month of Aquaris between 12th of Feb and 14th of March) (Mashi Mah Gurvara dharshana ). 1008 Conch Abhisheka – Event (Reethathotsavam) on the Tenth day & Laksharachana during Jupiter transportation times are celebrated. Poojas performed at night are very popular in this holy place.Navaratri festival is celebrated every year for 11 days. The Shathachandi Homa is performed on Mahanavami. On the Chaitra Shukla Poornima, a special puja is offered in the Sri Sharada Shrine. On Vaisaka Krishna Prathipath Mahabhishekam and special puja is done for Sri Sharadambal. On Karthika Poornima, a Deepotsava is organised in the shrine. On the eve of Magha Shukla Panchami, Lalitha Panchami is celebrated with special Puja performed to Sri Sharadamba by the Jagadguru. On the Magha Krishna Dwithiya special Puja to Sri Sharadamba is performed by the Jagadguru. On the Magha Trithiya Sri Sharadamba Rathotsava is celebrated.
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