Sukra Parihara Sthalam, Pooja Timings, and Benefits
Kanjanur Sukran Temple
Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. The presiding deity Agniswarar residing here with his consort Karpagambal. It is one of the Navagraha Sthalam and is dedicated to Sukran (Venus). As per the legends, Agni (God for fire) did penance here for the Lord Siva. Temple is 18 km from Kumbakonam and is easily reachable from Kumbakonam Railway station and bus station. Worshipping Sukuran on Friday is preferable.
Velleeswarar Mangadu Temple
Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. The presiding deity Velleeswarar resides here with His Consort Goddess Kamakshi. The Velleeswarar Temple is located in Mangadu, in Chennai suburb. The temple is around 1.5 km from the Mangadu bus station. Temple. While going towards Poonamallee from Porur, Mangadu can be reached by taking the left turn at Kumananchavadi (before Poonamallee) and going around 3-4 km towards Kundrathur. Sukran did penance here for Lord Siva.
Velleeswarar Mylapore Temple
As per the Legend, Vamana an incarnation of Lord Vishnu poked the eyes of Sukracharya with Darba grass, the guru of Asuras while King Mahabali gifting land. Sukracharya prayed Lord Shiva in Thirumayiali, who then restored his sight. Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. The presiding deity called by Velleeswarar.
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