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Navagraha Temples are Temples Devoted to Navagraha—the Nine (nava) Major Celestial Bodies (grahas) of Hindu Astronomy. These Celestial Bodies are Named Surya (sun), Chandra (moon), Mangala (mars), Buddha (mercury), Brihaspati (jupiter), Shukra (venus), Shani (saturn), Rahu (north Lunar Node) and Ketu (south Lunar Node). Many Temples in South India Contain a Shrine Dedicated to the Navagrahas. However, the Term Navagraha Temples Refers to a Cluster of Nine Separate Temples, Each An Abode of One of the Navagrahas Main Destinations Surya Navagrahastalam -- Sooriyanar Kovil (thanjavur District) Chandra Navagrahastalam -- Thingalur (thanjavur District) Angaarakan Navagrahastalam -- Vaitheeswaran Kovil (nagapattinam District) Budha Navagrahastalam -- Thiruvenkadu (nagapattinam District) Guru Navagrahastalam -- Alangudi (thiruvarur District) Sukra Navagrahastalam -- Kanjanur (thanjavur District) Shani Navagrahastalam -- Thirunallar (karaikal) Raahu Navagrahastalam -- Thirunageswaram (thanjavur District) Ketu Navagrahastalam -- Keezhperumpallam (nagapattinam District)
Day 1 : Kumbakonam -- Surya Navagrahastalam -- Sooriyanar Kovil:
Surya Navagrahastalam -- Sooriyanar Kovil:
suryanar Kovil (also Called Suryanar Temple) is a Hindu Temple Dedicated to the Deity Hindu Sun-god, Located in Suryanar Kovil, a Village Near the South Indian Town of Kumbakonam in Tamil Nadu, India. the Presiding Deity is Suriyanar, the Sun and His Consorts Ushadevi and Pratyusha Devi. the Temple also Has Separate Shrines for the other Eight Planetary Deities. the Temple is Considered One of the Nine Navagraha Temples in Tamil Nadu. the Temple is One of the Few Historic Temples Dedicated to Sun God and is also the Only Temple in Tamil Nadu Which Has Shrines for all the Planetary Deities.
Chandra Navagrahastalam -- Thingalur:
the Chandiranaar Temple is a Hindu Temple in the Village of Thingalur, 33 Kilometres from Kumbakonam. the Presiding Deity is Soma (moon). However, the Main Idol in the Temple is that of "kailasanathar" or Shiva.
Day 2 : Sukra Navagrahastalam -- Kanjanur
Sukra Navagrahastalam -- Kanjanur:
the Agniswarar Temple a Hindu Temple in the Village of Kanjanur, 18 Kilometres North-east of Kumbakonam. the Presiding Deity is Sukra (venus). However, the Main Idol in the Temple is that of "agniswarar" or Shiva. in Concordance with the Saivite Belief that Shiva is All-pervading, Sukra is Believed to Be Located Within the Stomach of the Idol of Shiva.
Raahu Navagrahastalam -- Thirunageswaram:
tirunageswaram Naganathar Temple, also Known as Rahu Stalam is a Hindu Temple Dedicated to the Deityshiva, Located in Tirunageswaram, a Village in the Outskirts of Kumbakonam, a Town in Tamil Nadu, India. It is Significant to the Hindu Sect of Saivism as One of the Temples Associated with the Nine Planet Elements, the Navagraha Stalas, and Specifically Rahu. Shiva is Worshiped as Naganathar, and is Represented By Thelingam. His Consort Parvati is Depicted as Piraisoodi Amman. the Presiding Deity is Revered in the 7th Century Tamil Saiva Canonical Work, the Tevaram, Written By Tamil Saint Poets Known as the Nayanars and Classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam.
Day 3 : Angaarakan Navagrahastalam - Vaitheeswaran Kovil
Angaarakan Navagrahastalam - Vaitheeswaran Kovil:
vaitheeswaran Koil or Pullirukkuvelur is a Hindu Temple Dedicated to the Lord Shiva, Located in the Indian State of Tamil Nadu. Shiva is Worshipped as Vaidyanathar or Vaitheeswaran Meaning the "god of Healing" and It is Believed that Prayers to Vaitheeswaran Can Cure Diseases. Vaitheeswaran is a Tamil Derivative from Vaidya (doctor) and Ishvara (god/master). the Presiding Deity is Sri Vaidyanathan. He is the God of Healing. When Pronouncing in Tamil, It Sounds like "vaideeswaran". It is One of the Nine Navagraha (nine Planets) Temples and is Associated with the Planet Mars (angaraka).
the Village is also Known for Palm Leaf Astrology Called Naadi Astrology in Tamil. It is Located 7 Kilometers from Sirkazhi, 235 Kilometers from Chennai, 27 Km Fromchidambaram, 110 Km from Thanjavur and 16 Km from Mayiladuthurai.
Budha Navagrahastalam - Thiruvenkadu:
swetharanyeswarar Temple a Hindu Temple Located in the Town of Thiruvenkadu Near Sirkazhi. the Main Deity Isswetharanyeswarar, a Form of Shiva and Brahmavidya Ambal as the Consort. There is a Separate Sannidhi for Budha. all Four Important Saivite Saints have Sung in Praise of Swetharanyeswarar, the Lord of the White Forest and the Lord of this Large and Important Temple.
this Temple is Especially Known for Its Unique Incarnation of Shiva Called "agora Murthi". Thiruvenkadu Village is also Famous for Its Unique Structure of Pools in Temples. this Temple Has 3 Pools, 3 Gods. It is a Belief that Who Takes Bath in all These Pools, the One Will Be Free from Their Problems like Diseases, Delay in Marriage, Etc.,.
Day 4 : Guru Navagrahastalam - Alangudi
Guru Navagrahastalam - Alangudi:
apatsahayesvarar Temple, Alangudi or Guru Sthalam or Tiru Irum Poolaiis a Hindu Temple Dedicated to Lord Shiva Located in the Village of Alangudi in Thevalangaiman Taluk of Tiruvarur District, Tamil Nadu, India. Shiva is Worshipped as Apathsahyesvarar, and is Represented By the Lingam. His Consort Parvati is Depicted as Tribuvananayagi. the Presiding Deity is Revered in the 7th Century Tamil Saiva Canonical Work, the Tevaram, Written By Tamil Saint Poets Known as the Nayanmars and Classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam.
Day 5 : Shani Navagrahastalam - Thirunalla
Shani Navagrahastalam - Thirunallar:
tirunallar Saniswaran Temple or Dharbaranyeswarar Temple is a Hindu Templededicated to Lord Sani(saturn) Located in Tirunallar in Karaikal District Ofpondicherry, India. the Presiding Deity is Lord Siva, Dharbaranyeswar and the Place Tirunallar Was Historically Called Dharbaranyam. the Temple is Revered By the Hymns of 7th Century Tamil Saivite Poets, Appar, Sundarar and Sambandharand is Classified as Paadal Petra Sthalam.
Day 6 : Ketu Navagrahastalam - Keezhperumpallam
Ketu Navagrahastalam - Keezhperumpallam:
the Naganatha Swamy Temple or Kethu Sthalam is a Hindu Temple in the Village of Keezhaperumpallam, 2 Kilometres from Poompuhar. the Presiding Deity is Ketu, a Shadow Planet. However, the Main Idol in the Temple is that of "naganatha Swamy" or Shiva.
the Temple Has a 2 - Tier Rajagopuram Surrounded By Two Prakaram(closed Precincts of a Temple).
keezhaperumpallam is One of the Nine Navagraha Sthalas Located in the Cauvery Delta Region Dedicated to Shadow Planet Ketu.
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