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Thirupurambiyam Shiva Temple

Thirupurambiyam Sri Sachinathar Temple

Thirupurambiyam Shiva Temple is situated in Thirupurambiyam, a small village located between the banks of Kollidam river and Manniyaru river near Kumbakonam town, Tamil Nadu, South India. This is an ancient temple of God Shiva dedicated to Sri Satchinathar. After the flash flood this place remains and unchangeable. So this place has known as Tirupurambiyam.
Thirupurambiyam Shiva Temple
Tirupurambiyam Siva Temple
Thirup  purambiyam Shiva Temple
திருப்புறம்பியம் சாட்சி நாதேஸ்வரர் திருக்கோவில்
Significance of the temple:
v  This is one of the Devara Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam and 46th siva sthalam on the North side of river Cauvery in Chozha Nadu.
v  The temple is reverred in the verses of Tevaram, the 7th century Tamil Saiva canon by Thirunavukarasar (Appar), Sundarar and, Sambandar.
v  Tirupurambayam Siva Temple is located on the banks of south bank of river Kollidam. (a tributary of Cauvery River)
v  Lord Shiva is a swayambumurthy. Honey abishek is performed for Pralayam Katha Vinayaka ( Vinayaka who protected from deluge) on Vinayaka Chaturthi festival day. The wonder is that the honey used for abhishek does not pour out. No abishek is done during other days.
v  This is one of 24 sacred places attributed to Lod Dakshinamurthy. Sage Agasthya, Brahmma, four Sanakathi rishis and Sage Viswamitra worshipped here.
v  This Shivastalam is said to be one of 24 shrines special to Dakshinamurthy and is surrounded by rivers Manniyaru, Kollidam and the Kaveri.
v  Separate Guru Sannadhi (Guru Sthalam) is there in front of the Thirupurambiyam Siva Temple.   
v  Thirupurambiyam is famous for battle happened during the period of Vijayalaya Chola king.
Thirupurambiyam - Sri Saatchi Nathar Temple
திருப்புறம்பியம் சாட்சி நாதேஸ்வரர் திருக்கோவில்
Main Deity
Lord Shiva
Name
Sri Satchinadeswarar, Satcheeswarar, Punnaivananathar
Goddess Name
Sri  Karumpanna Sollammai
Location
Tirupurambiyam
Old Names
Tiruppirampiyam
Theertham
Brahma Theertham, Saptasagara Theertham
Significance
46th of 63 Devaram Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam in North bank of River Cauvery,  One of 275 Devaram Padal Petram Sthalams,
Pralayam Kaatha Vinayagar
Ancient
1500 years old
Travel Base
Kumbakonam

NC46 Devara Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam
Prayalam Kaatha Vinayagar
Punnai Tree
Sachinathar Temple
Thirupurambiyam Guru Temple

Temple History : During the end of "Kreyathayuga" the Earth was destroyed by the water forces of 7 Seas. Thirupurambiam was existing from the Kreyathayuga and Lord Shiva wished to preserve this Holy place "Thirupurambiyam" and passed this holy work of preserving Thirupurambiyam to His son Lord Ganesha. Lord Ganesha using the powers of "Pranava Mantra" - Holy vibration "Om" controlled the forces of the 7 seas into one well and saved this holy place from "Pralaya" as per Lord Shiva. This well is known as Yezhu Kadal Kinaru. Lord Siva went to Madurai and reported as an evidence for a lady merchant in her case. Hence the name of the god is known as Satchinathar.

How to Reach : Thirupurambiyam Siva Temple is situated on the river side of Kollidam - 11Kms away from Kumbakonam. Town Bus, mini buses and autos are available from Kumbakonam.

A town bus service from Kumbakonam to Tirupurambayam goes via two other paadal petra sthalams Tirukkottaiyur and Tiruinnambar.

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