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  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
  • Puja for SARPA DOSHAM
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Seshapureeswarar Shiva Temple

Puja For Sarpa Dosham, Tirupaampuram,Tiruvarur, TamilNadu
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The Seshapureeswarar Shiva Temple has been praised in the Thevaram hymns. The presiding deity, Shiva in this temple is a Swayambumurthy. Rahu and Ketu stay apart in other temples. However, they are present here in a single idol, keeping the lord in their mind. It is believed that Brahma, Parvathi, Sage Agasthya, Agni, Daksha, Indira, Gangadevi, Sunithan, and King Kochenganan worshiped Shiva in this temple.
When Ganesha offered his pranama to Shiva, the serpent around Shiva's neck grew proud that Vinayaka was worshiping him too. Shiva got angry at this and cursed the whole snake community that it would lose their poison. The eight great serpents appealed to the Lord that it was not fair on his part to curse the whole community for the wrong committed by a single one and they also sought pardon for the snake that happened to commit the mistake. Shiva asked them to come to Tirupamburam on Maha Shivratri. He said only then they would be forgiven and relieved of the curse. According to legends, in a fight to decide supremacy, Vayu broke mountains with all his power. But Adisesha checked Vayu by preventing them from going to pieces. An infuriated Vayu stopped the supply of oxygen to lives threatening to end mankind. Adishesha gave in to Deva's appeal to save the world and left the contest. He came to Tirupamburam, worshipped Lord Shiva seeking his pardon.
As the divine serpent lost his power due to Shiva's curse. He did penance here and got back the power. Hence, it is a popular belief that people whoever has lost anything valuable in their life will get it back if they pray to the Lord here. It is also said that snakes are seen in the temple on Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays. It is believed that they worship the lord. This temple has the combined reputation of the temples of Tirunageswaram, Nagoor, Keelperumpallam, Kalahasthi and Kumbakonam. This is a remedial temple-Parihara Sthalam- for all adverse planetary aspects, according to Puranas.
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