Keelaperumpallam Temple History, Timings, Parihara Pooja, Cost and Booking procedure
Keelaperumpallam Temple History
As per the Legend, Vasuki was used as the thread and Mount Meru was used as the churning stick to churning Milk Ocean. Due to rapid movement, Vasuki split the Venom into the Ocean. In the process of Amritham extraction, deadly poison came out of the ocean. Lord Siva took the poison to protect the three worlds. After the Amritham extraction, Vasuki regretted spitting Venom into the Ocean which caused inconvenience for the Lord Siva. Vasuki performed strict penance here in seeking pardon for the mistake. Impressed with the penance, Lord Siva appeared before Vasuki and stayed here on Vasuki’s request. Hence the deity called by the name Naganatha Swamy.
Kethu mainly acts on Delay in the Marriage, Delay in pregnancy, Naga Dosham. Kethu Parihara Pooja will reduce the malefic effects.
Keelaperumpallam Temple Pooja Timings
|S.No||Timings||Pooja Name||Pooja Cost|
|1||6:00 am – 6:30 am||Vrusha Kala Pooja||Rs.2000|
|2||8:30 am – 9:00 am||Kalasandhi Pooja||Rs.2000|
|3||12:00 pm – 12:30 pm||Ucchikala Pooja||Rs.2000|
|4||5:30 pm – 6:00 pm||Sayu Rakshan Pooja||Rs.2000|
|5||7:00 pm – 7:30 pm||Renu Kala Pooja||Rs.200|
|6||8:00 pm – 8:30 pm||Arthajamam||Rs.2000|
Pooja tickets can be booked a day in advance at the temple counter. Online booking is not available for this Pooja tickets. Pooja will be performed for a family. Any decent outfit will be allowed.
Kethu Peyarchi will be celebrated once in 1 year 6 months, which is celebrated to mark the star transition.
Keelaperumpallam Temple Timings
Morning Hours: 6:00 am – 12:30 pm
Evening Hours: 3:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Temples near Keelaperumpallam Temple
- Thiruvengadu Budhan Temple is 10 km away.
- Vaitheeswaran Koil is 22 km away.
How to reach Keelaperumpallam Temple?
- The nearest international airport is at Tiruchirapalli which is 63 km away.
- Temple is 55 km from Kumbakonam station.
- The direct bus is available from Kumbakonam to the temple.
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Reference Link: History