Sri Ponnazhagiamman temple

Sri Ponnazhagiamman temple

Sri Ponnazhagiamman temple

 

Sri Ponnazhagiamman temple

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Moolavar : Ponnazhagiamman
  Urchavar : -
  Amman / Thayar : Azhakiya Nayagi
  Thala Virutcham : Makizham
  Theertham : Ampal teppam
  Agamam / Pooja : -
  Old year : 500-1000 years old
  Historical Name : -
  City : O. Siruvayal
  District : Sivaganga
  State : Tamil Nadu
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 Festival:
10 day Chithirai Brahmmotsavam is grandly celebrated in the temple in April-May.
 Temple’s Speciality:
Mother Ponnazhagi is a swayambumurthy.
Opening Time:
The temple is open from 6.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. to 7.30 p.m.
Address:
Sri Ponnazhagiamman Temple, O. Siruvayal, Sivaganga district.
Phone:
+91- 4577 – 264 778.
 General Information:
It is believed that brothers separated due to some problems will be blessed with a happy re-union if they pray here.  They also conduct a ritual called adoption in the presence of Mother Ponnazhagi Amman – Thathu Koduthal in Tamil.  After this ceremony, they pray to Lord Sri Rama who is an outstanding example of brotherhood for total understanding between brothers and ensuring peace.  This ritual is done even for new born babies.  Vada, a popular dish of Tamilnadu is offered as nivedhana to the deity.
Prayers
Devotees offer silk vastras to Ambal with Sandal abishek for ending delays in marriages.  People pray in Sri Ramas’s shrine for freedom from enemy fears and for cultivating traits of humility.
 Thanks giving:
Devotees offer silk vastras to Ambal with Sandal abishek.
 Greatness Of Temple:
Mother Ponnazhagi Ambal is on a rock in the form of a Linga.  Her neck is slightly turned on the right side with weapons in Her 8 hands killing demon Mahishasura.  A battle axe cut scar is still visible.  Near the flag post is a Vedalam – a spirit-like creature generally soft in nature.  Guardian deity Kalluchi Amman is in front of the temple as a small idol.  Devotees pray to Her with Kumkum archana.
Sri Anjaneya is generally seen in temples either with a Abhaya Hastha-assuring hand or with Anjalai Hastha-worshipping Lord Rama with palms held together.  Sri Anjaneya in this temple is holding the feet of Lord Sri Rama in ‘surrender’ form.  We can see this Hanuman in this form in the Sri Rama-Mother Sita shrine in the prakara.  Devotees offer cosmetic oils to Sri Rama and Mother Sita and Sendhuram – a red powder and sandal to Sri Hanuman.
  Temple History:
The region was a dense forest in days of yore.  When people were digging the ground to take out roots, they found one root bleeding.  Shocked people informed the matter to all in the village.  They found Ambal as a Swayambumurthy and built this temple

 

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