Budhan Parihara Sthalam
Budhan Parihara Sthalam, Pooja Timings and Ticket Cost
Thiruvenkadu Budhan Sthalam
Swetharanyeswara Swamy resides here with His Consort Brahma Vidyambal.
Swetharanya means White forest. This temple is famous for Budhan Shanthi. Taking a holy dip at Chandra Theertham, which is at the temple entrance and worshiping Lord Siva will relieve one from Budhan Dosha. Wednesday is the best day for Budhan Pooja.
Morning Hours: 6:00 am – 12:00 pm
Evening Hours: 4:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Kovur Thirumeyneeswarar Temple
Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. Kovur temple near Porur where the great Saint Thyagaraja stayed and composed three famous songs for Lord shiva. This temple is popular as Budhan Sthalam.
As per the Legends, Goddess Kamakshi performed a strict penance to marry Lord Siva by standing on Panchagni in Maangaadu. This Panchagni generated enormous heat and affecting living beings on the Earth. Sages and Devas approached Lord Vishnu for the rescue, who in turn requested Goddess Lakshmi to save the people on the Earth. On His request, Lakshmi did penance here for Lord Siva in the form of a cow. Impressed with Lakshmi’s prayers, Lord Shiva absorbed the heat and it became cooler. From then this place called by “Kopuri” and later into Kovur.
Chitra Gupta Temple Kanchipuram
Chitra Gupta is the younger brother of Yama, the God of Death. Chitra Gupta used to track good and bad of all living beings. Worshipping Chitra gupta will extend the life time on the Earth. This temple is one of the Budhan Sthalam and is located in Kanchipuram. The full moon day of Chaitra which falls in the months of March-April is the auspicious time to worship Chitra Gupta.
Budhan Pooja Benefits
- For good Communication
- For Brokerage
- For good studies
- For good future
Budhan Parihara Sthalam Reference Link: Temple