Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Bramhapureeshwarar temple, Thirupattur- Trichy

Brahmapureeshwarar temple is situated  30Kms from the town of Trichy , Tamilnadu .This temple is known as  Brahma sthalam ( temple where Brahma is worshipped)

It is believed that one can change one's fate by worshipping   Lord Brahma here( Thailaiyezhuttu mattrum deivam )

The main deity is Lord Siva ,Brahmapurreshwarar blessing the devotees along with  His consort Parvati, Babrahmapureeshwari . Lord Brahma has a separte shrine, one finds devotees praying here fervently seeking His blessing to fulfill their wishes. The temple has Pathanjali Muneevar Jeeva samadhi  also.

It is believed that Lord Siva along with Parvati blessed Brahma when he undertook a penance to seek blessings of the Lord. For more information click  here


The other temple where Brahma is worshipped is Uthamar koil in Trichy itself.
How to reach- Trichy is well connected by road , rail and air and there many budget as well as luxury hotels.

35 comments:

  1. The warding off the evil eye symbols are quite different from what I am used to. And they make a cute picture too!

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  2. Thanks for the nice info. Appreciate it. We have been to Uthamar Koil. I think it is next to Sri Rangam. Right Chithra?

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  3. good to see this...nicely documented

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  4. Mridula
    that I posted just for you...:))

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  5. SG
    this is on Trichy -Chennai highway about ,Tirupattur.12-13 KMs from Samyapuram Mariamman temple..Uthamar koil comes on Salem route.

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  6. I went to this temple in the may gone by chitra. I too have made a post on this two months back. when you find time do read it.

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  7. Sure Asha. I would ...Though I am near Trichy I could visit it 2 days back only.

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  8. Beautiful temple and very interesting too especially since there are not many temples dedicated to Lord Brahma. Loved the pictures, the rudraksh covered canopy is so intricately done. Thanks for yet another fascinating post.

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  9. Thanks Arti..I remembered your Pushkar post when I visited the temple.

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  10. Chitra...you made it to my favorite list! Pls accept your Liebster award here :)
    http://ashokism.blogspot.in/2012/08/liebster-award.html

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  11. Fascinated by those masks designed to ward off the evil eye. Totally different from the Greek symbol that I am used to. Can these be found in houses as well and if so is their a particular place (IE a doorway/window) in which they are commonly found?

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  12. Ashok
    thanks a lot. It is quite sometime I received any awards.

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  13. PW
    yes, these are put up in front of houses and shops. Had clicked one in front of a tea shop shall send you the pic. soon .These are very common in rural areas.

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  14. Nice post. Thats a beautiful temple.


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  16. Have visited temples in Trichy twice and did not own a camera then. Thank you for posting these lovely pictures!

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    1. I am happy you loved the pictures @the chair Speaks.

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  17. Never heard of a Brahma temple before. I have seen your posts to be more descriptive... Enthu patti this time?

    Nice Pic Chitra.

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    1. Abhi Njan bayangara thirakilayi poyi..ee post koode oral request cheythitta.

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  18. another good post boss:) sad v could not catch up..better luck next time:)

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    1. Ramesgji--Now it is easy to meet. :),yes, next time..

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  19. I visited Samayapuram but had no knowldge about Brahma's existence nearby. A beautiful post with good info. Presently I am in Kochi for some time.

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  20. PNS, Though I was in Dindigul for almost 3 years I came to know about it recently. I am happy I could visit it , It is near to Samayapuram.

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  22. Is this the only temple they say has been created for Brahma? I remember having heard somewhere that there is only one temple created for the creator himself. Is it true?

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    1. Liju
      I hear there are a few In India.I already visited 2 in Tamil nadu itself,that too in Trichy

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  23. Very nice temple. Recently I worshipped Brahmapureeswarar Temple and had a nice darshan of the presiding deities. Lord Brahma's meditative posture is amazing. A must visit for everyone who goes to Trichy.
    Uppili Srinivasan T

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