Suryanar Temple Pooja Sthalam

Suryanar Temple Pooja Sthalam details, Pooja Benefits, and Procedure.

Sooriyanar Temple Aduthurai

Temple is located in the East Kumbakonam and is 2 km from Aduthurai. Sun resides here with his consorts Ushadevi and Chhaya Devi. It is said that Sun God did penance here for Lord Siva and relieved from Brahma’s curse.

Temple Timings – 6 A.M. to 12.30 P.M. and 4 P.M. to 8 P.M.

Arasavalli Surya Narayana Swamy Temple

It was mentioned in Padma Purana that Suryanarayana (Sun God) born to Sage Kashyap and Aditi. It was the Sage Kashyap who installed Suryanarayana (Sun God) at this place. Temple is located in Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh.

Temple Darshan Timings

Morning Hours: 6:00 am – 12:30 pm

Evening Hours: 3:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Agastheeswarar Temple Kolapakkam

Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. The presiding deity Agastheeswarar resides here with his consort Anandavalli Thayar. It is said that Sun God did penance here to rejoin with his wife PrathyushaDevi. This temple is one of the Navagraha Sthalam located in Chennai. To reach this temple, one needs to take the diagonal opposite road from MIOT hospital via Manapakkam main road. Temple is 5 km from Chennai Trade Center. The uniqueness of this temple is that there is a shrine dedicated to Suryanar who stays on top of a chariot with 7 horses.

Paruthiyappar Kovil, Mela Ulur in Thanjavur

Temple is dedicated to Lord Siva. This is one of Suryanar Sthalam. The presiding deity Siva is called by Baskareswarar resides here with his Consort Goddess Mangala Nayagi.

Auspicious days to worship

  1. On Ratha Sapthami day.
  2. The First Sundays in the months of Aavani
  3. On Vijaya Dasami during Dasara and
  4. Kartika Month

For more details on Suryanar Temple Pooja Sthalam, please call @85000 85151

Suryanar Pooja Benefits

  1. Relieves from Eye problems
  2. Relieves from Heart problems
  3. For Sucess and prosperity

Suryanar Pooja Sthalam Reference Link: Sthalam


  1. A Sivasubramanian

    which day is best for dhrsan sooriyanar temple in a week?