Neelakantheswarar Temple

Neelakantheswarar Temple รีวิว, เจนไน (มัทราส)

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Karthik R
เจนไน (มัทราส), อินเดีย7,698 ผลงาน
พ.ค. ค.ศ. 2019 • ครอบครัว
Sri Neelakandeswarar temple is one of the Chennai Navagraha temples - Kethu Sthalam. The temple is located in narrows streets of Gerugambakkam - Google maps guided us correctly to the temple. The temple is quite small; one gets to notice Adi Kamakshi as we enter the temple. Adi Kamakshi is tall, very beautiful and decorated well; feel is quite serene and peaceful. On the left, is Lord Shiva as Sri Neelakandeswarar.

This is a Kethu parikara Sthalam. The temple is around 5 kms from Mangadu Kamakshi temple. We went to the temple around 7:30 AM and we were the only members in the temple.

Parking - in the narrow streets near the temple.
เขียนเมื่อ 3 พฤษภาคม ค.ศ. 2019
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raviy4248
Mangalore, อินเดีย500 ผลงาน
ก.พ. ค.ศ. 2019 • ครอบครัว
The Neelakanrshwara temple is dedicated to the famous story of Vishnu who eats the poison and keeps in his throat to save the Devatas during samudra mathana. The temple is very beautiful with traditional architecture.
เขียนเมื่อ 26 กุมภาพันธ์ ค.ศ. 2019
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MURALI NATARAJAN
เจนไน (มัทราส), อินเดีย144 ผลงาน
ธ.ค. ค.ศ. 2018 • เพื่อนๆ
Neelakantheswarar Temple - Gerugambakkam
Navagraha temple in Chennai – Kethu Parihara Kshetram.

During the Samudra Manthan, the first thing which came out is Haala-Hala the poison. The Devas or the Asuras were falling unconscious. Mount Mandara was slipping into the ocean and was being supported by Mahavishnu in the form of Kurma Avatar. The Devas and Asuras prayed to Lord Shiva to come to their rescue. Lord Shiva drank the poison, but Parvathi pressed the neck of Shiva, there by not letting the Poison to go below the neck of the Lord. The neck of Shiva turned blue due to the effect of the poison. Hence Lord Shiva is known as Neela (Blue) Kantha ( Neck).

The temple of Neelakantheswarar at Gerugambakkam Chennai is a small temple, without any Gopuram or Vimanam. In fact recently a Mandapam has been constructed covering the entire compound. A small Mukha Dwaram from the south leads you to a compound, covered with a modern mandapam which also serves as the Praharam. The south entrance also leads to a small Mukha Mandapam and you come to the view of the Goddess( in a standing position) facing south. The Goddess is known as Adi Kamakshi.

The goddess is said to be the first amongst five forms of Kamakshi. Right of the Goddess is the sanctum Sanctorum of Lord NeelaKantheswarar in the form of a lingam. In the Mukhamandapam, after the Ardhamandapam is the Garbhagriha in which is the Lingam with a Chathuranga or Square Avudayar or Pindika. In the Mukhamandapam is a pillar in which, Kethu Bhagavan is facing the lord and praying. The ceiling has a snake sculpted, which shows the temple to be a Navagraha sthala.

The adhikara Nandi facing the lord is a very small one, but is supposed to be very powerful, because it bears the brunt of the Lord’s poisonous breath.

The ceiling also has fishes, which looks like that of the Pandyan kingdom signature. However the temple was built during the Chola Period and was never completed due to invasion & lack of patronage in the later period. This could be the reason why there is no Gopuram or Vimanam. The later patrons included the Vijayanagar Kingdom,( a sitting lion yali found commonly in Vijayanagara architecture is sculpted on one of the pillars) Pandyas,etc.

In its entirety, this completes the Temple which would be in a space of about 2000 sq ft, without the outer prahara. But it is a small temple with resounding splendour.

Temple Timings 08.00 AM to 11.00 PM & 04.30 PM to 07.00 PM.

Temple Contact Numbers : 044-24780124,9940438264,9677155245,9443107809.

Navagraha Temples in Chennai Kundrathur
There is a cluster of Navagraha temples in Chennai, erstwhile Thondai Nadu in and around Kundrathur.
• Agatheeswarar Temple - Suryan – Kolapakkkam – 4.8 KM from Porur.
• Somanaadheeswarar Temple - Chandran – Somangalam - 25 KM from Porur.
• Vaidheeswaran Temple - Angaragan - Poovirundhavalli( Poondhamalli) – 7.4 KM from Porur
• Sundareswarar Temple - Budhan – Kovur – 5.4 KM from Porur
• Ramanaadheeswarar Temple - Guru – Porur – 1.1KM from Porur
• Velleeswarar Temple - Sukran – Mangadu – 7.4 KM from Porur
• Agatheeswarar Temple - Shaneeswaran - Pozhichalur
• Neelakandeswarar Temple - Kethu – Gerugambakkam – 8.8 KM from Porur
• Nageshwarar Temple - Rahu – Kundratthur - 9.3 KM from Porur.

This was founded by Thiyagaraja Gurukkal and Bhuvaneshwari and their family published a small sized book of Navagraha sthala puranam in Chennai.
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