Chettikulam Murugan Temple - Exploring My Life

Header Ads

Chettikulam Murugan Temple

Chettikulam  Sri Dhandayuthapani temple

Chettikulam Murugan temple, situated on a small hill, it has two foot paths one for ascending and another for descending to reach, 240 steps to mount on and 243 steps to come down. 
Chettikulam Murugan temple
Chettikulam Perambalur Arch
Dhandayuthapani Temple Chettikulam
The speciality of the temple is that Lord Muruga faces the shiva temple which is located in Chettikulam village. Lord Dhandayuthapani idol is 4 feet tall holding a sugarcane with 11 parting lines called kanukkal, a form no where available in Muruga temples.

Dhandayutapaani who appeared as a Siddhar here is enshrined in a hill temple in the vicinity. The Lord Muruga Idol has Uchhi Kudumi(Tuff of Hair on top of Head). Also his darsan is in the Aandikola form. So Chettikulam Balathandabani Temple also known as Aandikola Murugan Temple.
Thandayuthapani Temple Chettikulam
Sage Agasthya worshipped here.  Saint Arunagiriar had praised the temple in his hymns. The presiding deity murugan is a swayambumurthi. On 3rd, 4th and 5th days of Masi (February-March) the rays of setting Sun fall on the deity. During the sun set time, the rays will fall on the deity from foot to the face. 
செட்டிகுளம் முருகன் திருக்கோயில்
Chettikulam Siva Temple View
Chettikulam Dhandayuthapani temple

Chettikulam - Murugan Temple
செட்டிகுளம் - முருகன் திருக்கோயில்
Main Deity
Lord Murugan
Name
Sri Dhandayuthapani
Goddess Name
-
Location
Chettikulam
Temple Tank
Panchanadhi
Significance
Famous for Panguni Utriram and Thai Poosam Festival,
Small Hill Temple,
Ancient
500 years old
Travel Base
Perambalur
Pelur Reserved Forest Mountain Range
Chettikulam Perambalur Murugan Temple
How to Reach : Alathur is 15 km from Perambalur on the Trichy route. The temple at Chettikulam is 8 km from Alathur, and 12 kms from Padalur. It is located at Chettikulam in Tamilnadu which is 6kms from Alandur. Alandur is about 44kms from Trichy, on Trichy-Perambalur highway.
Sri Dhandayuthapani Temple, Chettikulam,  Perambalur district.


Don't Miss it : Chettikulam Shiva Temple (Sri Ekambareswarar Temple) is just 2 kms away from this temple.
Post a Comment
Powered by Blogger.