Nadu Naadu Temples

The Paadal Petra Sthalams are 276 temples that are revered in the verses of Saiva Nayanars (Thevaram) in the 6th-9th century CE and are amongst the greatest Shiva temples of the continent. This itinerary takes you the Paadal petra sthalams of Nadu Naadu. (Villupuram – Cuddalore – Puducherry - Thiruvannamalai). These 22 temples provides a great journey to your inner self and the experience will definitely be a transformative one.

Package Includes

  • Accommodation

  • Food

  • Cab

  • Sthalapuranam

Itinerary Temples

  • Padaleeswarar Temple,Thirupapuliyur
  • Vamanapureeswarar Temple, Udavi Nayakar Temple,Thirumanikuzhi
  • Veerattaneswarar Temple,Thiruvadhigai
  • Tiruturai Nathar Temple,Thiruthuraiyur
  • Sivalokanathar Temple,Gramam
  • Kirupapureeshwarar Temple,Thiruvennainallur
  • Panankateesvarar Temple,Panayapuram
  • Abiramieswarar Temple,Thiruvamathur
  • Arunachaleswarar Temple,Tiruvannamalai
  • Veeratteswarar Temple,Thirukoilur & more.

Full Itinerary

Padaleeswarar Temple,Thirupapuliyur
  • Pataleeswarar Temple is located in Cuddalore. The presiding deity is Sri Padaleeswarar.
  • In this temple, Saint Appar has adopted Saivism.
  • There is a belief/myth that by worshiping single time this God is equal to 16 times worshipping the Shiva in Kasi, 8 times in Thiruvannamalai and 3 times in Chidambaram.
  • The name "Thirupadirupuliyur" has been derived from the holy tree of the temple - Padiri.
  • Legend, Once, Lord Shiva and Parvathi were playing the game of dice. Though Parvathi won every time, the Lord could not accept it. The Goddess said that she will cover the eyes of Shiva and to check if he really can win. Thus saying she covered the eyes of the Shiva. The whole world plunged into darkness. A few seconds in this situation, seemed infinite time for Gods. Gods felt this darkness as a long duration of inactiveness.Parvathi on realising that she has committed a mistake, prayed for forgiveness.Lord Shiva advised the Lordess to go to earth and pray in all the 1008 shiva sthalas and in whichever sthala the left eye & shoulder vibrates, there the penance should be performed by her. Accordingly, in the course of sthala yatra of Parvathi, when she came to pray in this sthala (Thirupadhiripuliyur Padaleeswarar temple) the divine occasion of vibration of left eye and left shoulder happened. Lordess also penanced in the Aruba(formless) form (Arunthava nayagi) and married Lord Shiva.

Vamanapureeswarar Temple,Thirumanikuzhi
  • Thirumanikuzhi Vamanapureeswarar is a swayambumurthy in the temple.
  • According to history of the place, the temple was raised by Sun God performing pujas to Lord.
  • It is not possible to worship the Lord alone as He is ever with Mother Parvathi to teach wisdom to Devas. Lord in the temple is praised as Udhavi Nayakan (Lord who helps all).
  • Ambika has the ruling dominance in the temple. She is holding two flowers in Her hands, lotus and Neelotpala. The woes of devotees would become softer as flowers, it is said.
  • The devotee can have the darshan of the Lord throughout the puja time in all temples. Here the darshan is available for a few seconds only as the curtain is downed. As Lord and Mother are in privacy, Bheema Rudra, one among the 11 Rudras functions in the form of the screen. Hence, the first puja is performed to him. Then the screen is raised for a few minutes for the darshan of devotees.
  • Those seeking child boon go 11 rounds of the Ambica shrine with wet cloths on New Moon day, offer butter as nivedhana and consume it for 48 days to realize the boon.

Veerattaneswarar Temple,Thiruvadhigai
  • Lord Shiva is a swayambumurthi, large in size with 16 stripes on.
  • Lord Shiva of this temple is also praised as Sri Samharamurthi (Tirukedilavanar). Mother is also praised as Sri Tirupurasundari.
  • According to the legend, Thirugnana Sambanthar was glorified by the cosmic dance of Shiva. Appar's sister Thilakavathiyar settled here during her later years and devoted her lifetime service to Shiva. Afflicted by a painful illness, Thirunavukkarasar prayed for relief at this temple where his sister Thilagavathiyar served and was cured. Legend holds that this temple is the place where Shiva destroyed three rakshashas and the three cities created by them.
  • Devotees seeking the grace of Lord Veerattaneswarar are relieved from the three basic evils glued with humans – viz. Aanavam-arrogance, Kanma, that which follows birth after birth and illusion. Devotee visiting this temple reaps the benefit of seeing the Lord in His abode Kailash.

Tiruturai Nathar Temple,Thiruthuraiyur
  • The Lord of this temple is Arulmighu Sishta Gurunathar and Ambal is Sivaloka Nayagi.
  • Swamy explained about the rules of Tapas and its greatness as a "Guru" and because of this Sundarar is also called as "Tavaneri Aaludayaar". Since Swamy explained the greatness of the tapas, Perumaan is called with the tirunaamam "Sishta Guru Natheswarar".
  • Legend,Sage Agasthiyar as ordered by Shiva Perumaan travelled towards South direction during Marriage of Lord Shivan and Mother Parvathi. During his travel, Agasthiyar installed Shiva Lingam across various places; while he was travelling towards Tiruthalur sthalam, he wanted to witness the Divine Marriage on the Divine Couples. So thinking of them, he installed Shiva Peruman towards West direction and Ambal towards North direction. Since the marriage happened on the North direction, he installed Ambal towards the direction of Her marriage when it happened in Mount Kailash. Getting the blessing of Ambal facing towards north directon is said to be so special.
  • During Pournami, Mondays special poojas are done for Shiva Perumaan; Tirumana Dosham (marriage dosham), Puthra Dosham can visit this sthalam thereby performing sangalpam towards Shiva Perumaan and Guru Dhakshimoorthy to get rid of Tirumana Dosham.
  • By lighting Ghee deepam on Thursday and Vilva archanai for 7 weeks, all the tirumana dosham gets cleared and marriage happens very soon.

Sivalokanathar Temple,Gramam
  • The presiding deity is Sivalokanathar, Mundeeswarar, Mudiswarar and the goddess is Soundaryanayaki.
  • Lord offered a bag of Vibhuti (Pokkalam) to king Veerapandian, hence known as Pokkalam Kodutha Nayanar. Also as the temple is on the bank of a river (Aaru), He is also known as Aattruthali Mahadeva.
  • Legend,A king Chokkalingam by name came here in Dwapara Yuga for hunting and found a strange lotus flower in a tank. His men were not able to pick up the flower. It began to circle around the tank. The king shot an arrow on the flower. The tank became red. The king fainted. Then, he found a Shivalinga in the flower which still has the scar on the head. He immediately built a temple on the banks of the tank installing the Shivalinga. Hence, the Lord is praised as Mudeeswarar. Based on this event, the name of the place is shown in the epigraphy details as Mouli Gramam – Mouli-Head and also crown. In the days followed, Mouli disappeared and Gramam stayed.

Kirupapureeshwarar Temple,Thiruvennainallur
  • Thiruvennainallur is famous for the temple of Lord Shiva (Kirubaburi Eeshwarar).
  • Additionally, this is the place where the sage Sandalya was in his penance and attained moksha.
  • Lord Shiva appeared as an old man claiming Sundarar his attendant on his wedding day. After a long dispute and a Panchayat on the issue, Lord took Sundarar to his home in Tiruvennainallur and disappeared near the sanctum sanctorum of the temple leaving His footwear-Padukas- at the entrance. The Padukas are still in the temple for the darshan of the devotees.
  • Polla Pillayar in the temple is not a man-made idol but a swyambu. He taught the great Saivite Acharya Meikanda Thevar when he was 5. Those dumb pray to Him to gain speech skill.
  • The nandi seen behind the dwaja sthambam is supposed to be dharmarajan himself. He also helps in people getting married, so he is very popular .

Panankateesvarar Temple,Panayapuram
  • The lord here is Panankaatesswarar referring to the palymra forests that once existed hereand the ambal here is also known as Paravai/Sathyambigai/ Puravammai.
  • The Prime Deity, Panangkaateeswarar graces us as swayambu murthi.
  • Legend has it that Lord Surya worshipped Shiva here to regain his brightness. Every year the first seven days of the month Chithirai, every morning the sun-rays first fall on the Lord and then on Ambikai.
  • This is one of the five holy places which have Palm tree as Sacred tree.
  • The devotees pray to the Lord for the removal of hurdles for marriage, to get good issues and to be the best in knowledge and wisdom.

Abiramieswarar Temple,Thiruvamathur
  • The Main Deity is Swayambu Lingam known as Abirameswarar is facing east and his consort known as Muthambikai facing west, in seperate temple.
  • There is a hole between the two temples through which Lord and Mother use to see each other.
  • Shivalingamurthy of Tiruvattaparai is very famously treated here.
  • A symbol of the snake tail is seen on the body of the mother.Acharya Adi Sankara had installed Mother Muthambika in the temple.
  • Sthala Purana says long back cows were without horns. They were attacked by wild animals so the cows worshiped Lord Siva in this place. Lord was pleased and blessed them with horns. Hence the place was known as Aamathoore and Lord Siva in this place known as Abirameswarar.
  • Legend,Sri Rama worshiped Lord Siva in this place with Thanda Teetham to get rid of Brahmahathi dosha by killing Ravana. Lord Murugan worshiped Lord Siva and Parvathy here before he left for war against Soorapaduman. Parvathy bestowed Lord Murugan with her Sakthi Vel here in this place.
Additional Info
  • The Pickup and Drop point for this itinerary is Villupuram. All pilgrims are requested to reach this place before the trip starts. However all the the itineraries are customisable and the pilgrims can contact Gosthala to customize the trip details in advance.

Arunachaleswarar Temple,Tiruvannamalai
  • It is one of the Pancha Bhoota Stalas, and specifically the element of fire, or Agni.
  • Shiva is worshiped as Annamalaiyar or Arunachaleswarar, and is represented by the lingam, with his idol referred to as Agni lingam. His consort Parvati is depicted as Unnamulai Amman.
  • The temple is situated at the bottom of the Annamalai hills, and faces east, lying over 25 acres.
  • It is one of the tallest temple towers in India.
  • The Karthigai Deepam festival is celebrated during the day of the full moon between November and December, and a huge beacon is lit atop the hill.
  • Girivalam – going round the hill – is taken up by the devotees this day.
  • The temple complex houses many halls; the most notable is the thousand-pillared hall. Pathala Lingam, the underground lingam, is the place where Ramana Maharshi is believed to have performed his penance.
  • Tiruvannamalai is the sacred place where Ligodhbava came into being first and followed in other Shiva Temples.
  • In Hindu mythology, Parvati, wife of Shiva, once closed the eyes of her husband playfully in a flower garden at their abode atop Mount Kailash. Although only a moment for the gods, all light was taken from the universe, and the earth, in turn, was submerged in darkness for years. Parvati performed penance along with other devotees of Shiva. Then her husband appeared as a column of fire at the top of Annamalai hills, returning light to the world.

Veeratteswarar Temple,Thirukoilur
  • The presiding deity is Veeratteswarar and the goddess is Perianayaki, Shivanandavalli.
  • Lord Shiva in the temple is a swayambumurthy.
  • This is the place where Lord Shiva destroyed demon Andhakasura.
  • Of the eight Veeratta sthalas, this is the second with historical importance and antiquity.
  • Lord Shiva in the sanctum sanctorum is with Bhairava power.
  • Those afflicted with black magic and spells will be relieved of the evils if they worship in the temple.
  • Mother Vishnu Durga with Her eight hands in the prakara is so merciful in her look with eyes pouring all blessings to devotees, ensuring removal of obstacles in wedding and job efforts.
  • The Vasthu Sastra widely followed in building plans now-a-days began from this place only. Planet Shukra was relieved of his curse.

Athulyanadheswarar Temple,Arakandanallur
  • The presiding deity is Oppillaadha Eswarar, Oppillaadha Nayanaar and the goddess is Azhagiya Ponnammai, Soundarya Kanakaambikai.
  • Lord as a Swayambu Linga is seated under a Rudraksha pandal (roof) facing west.
  • This is the south most rock-cut cave temple of Pallavas, with the solitary exception of Tiruchirapalli.
  • Thiruvannamalai is visible from this hill.
  • There is an idol of Ramanar as a young boy in a meditative posture and the temple is visited by many Ramana Maharsishi's followers.
  • Both Pradosha Nandhi and Adhikara Nandhi leaned to right and left sides respectively to facilitate easy darshan of the Lord to the saint. Even now both Nandhis are seen looking at opposite directions to each other.

Marundhueesar Sivanandheswarar Temple, Thividaiyaru
  • The presiding deity of this temple is Marundeeswarar and his consort, Goddess Thirupurasundari.
  • Marundeeswarar is known so because he imparted sage Agastya on curative properties of various herbs and plants Since then the Marundeeswarar temple has been a place of worship for people with diseases and various problems with their health.Lord taught Sage Agasthya the medicinal qualities of herbals and the medicines for various diseases, hence is also praised as Marundeeswarar.
  • The Marundeeswarar temple has been a place of curative worship for people with diseases.
  • Devotees perform milk abishek to Lord and consume the Vibuthi (sacred ash) Prasad for cure from prolonged illness and relief from sins.

Panchanatheeswarar Temple,Thiruvandarkoil, Vadugur
  • The presiding deity is Panchanatheeswarar, Vadugeeswarar and the goddess is Thirupurasundari, Vaduvagirkanni.
  • Lord Vadukeeswara is a swayambu Linga slightly leaning on the left side.
  • There are scars on the Linga. As a respect to Lord, a turban is tied on the head.
  • As per the legend, the demon Mundasuran got a boon from Lord Shiva so that he will be protected from death due to devas and other lords. Because of this boon, the demon started waging wars with devas including Brahma and defeated them. They prayed to Lord Shiva for help and He instructed Vadugabhairava to kill the demon. He slayed the demon and in order to alleviate the sin of killing the demon, Bhairava prayed to Lord in this shrine. The place itself came be to known as Vadugur after the Bhairava’s name but the current name for this place is Thiruvandarkoil.
  • Those facing problems in wedding matters worship Lord Krishna with red vastras tying the wedding knot in the hope that adversities in life would vanish.

Swarnakateshwarar Temple,Neivanai
  • The Main Deity Swayambu Lingam known as Chandra Shekarar or Vennaiappar seen under Rudraaksha Pandal and his consort known as Neelamalar Kanni in standing posture.
  • Here in the temple Lord Siva is seen in the centre of Soolam as Urchavar Idol which denotes Ardanareeswara tathvam.
  • During the month of Feb/ Mar (Masi Tamil month), Early morning sun rays falls on Lord Siva and we see change of different colours.
  • Legend,People of this region did not worship god because of their wealth and luxury. In order to teach them a lesson Varuna was asked to pour down as rain causing heavy disaster. Lakes and tanks began to breach. People started worshiping “God” to rescue them. Lord appeared as a youth and asked them to bring their paddy bags from their homes to build dam. They looked upon the youth as their saviour. He said “God” is the one who gives prosperity and they should be grateful to Him. He gave them pot full of Gold to recover their loss and disappeared. Lord appeared before them as Swayambu Lingam. They raised a temple for Lord and named him as Swarnakateswarar.
  • Lord Siva Himself built a dam with paddy hence the place is known as Nelanai which later changed into Neivanai.

Bhakthajanewarar Temple,Thirunavalur
  • The presiding deity is Bhakthajaneswarar, Thirunavaleswarar and hte goddess is Sundarambigai, Manonmani.
  • It is noteworthy that Sukra (Venus) installed a Shivalinga here and performed the pujas as per rules and was blessed by the Lord.
  • This Linga is near the Navagraha (9 planets) in the temple. Special pujas are performed to this Linga on Fridays as Friday belongs to Sukra.
  • As per the legend, Lord Vishnu before taking the Narasimha Avatar to kill the demon Hiranyan, worshiped Lord Shiva in this temple. There is a separate shrine for Lord Vishnu inside the temple premises. There is also a shrine for Sundarar and his consorts Paravai and Sangili. Another legend is that Sukran worshiped the Lord here and got his Dosha absolved. Hence it will be beneficial for those who are having Sukra Dosha to have darshan and pray to the Lord Bhakthajaneswara in this temple.

Virudhagireeswarar Temple, Virudachalam
  • The Vriddhagiriswarar Temple is located in the town of Vriddhachalam also known as Thirumudhukundram.
  • The presiding deity is Vriddhagiriswarar.or Pazhamalai Nathar.
  • Lord Shiva in the temple is Swayambumurthy.
  • Girivalam-cicumambulating the hill takes place on each Poornima-full moon days.
  • The age of the holy tree Vanni is over 1700 years.
  • It is the faith of the devotees that salvation is surety if he/she is born in the place, or live in the place, or pray the Lord here, or even thinking of Him even while elsewhere and die in this place. One of the above five criteria will free him/her from the cycle of births and deaths.
  • Lord Vinayaka is in an underground shrine with 18 steps to get in for worship.
  • When the world was destroyed by pralaya floods, it is said that this holy place-Vruddhachalam stood unaffected and fully alive.

Pralayakaleshwar Temple,Pennadam
  • The presiding deity is Piralaya Kaleeswarar, Sudar Kozhundeeswarar and the goddess is Amodhanambal, Kadanthai Nayagi.
  • Nandi at this temple is very unique as it is turned fully and facing the entrance of the temple.
  • The main Linga is self-formed and it is huge.
  • The main karpagraha is Vimana looks like an elephant standing to represent the “Iravatham” (White elephant of Indra) worshipped at this temple.
  • Except the main entrance of the karpagraha all the other 3 directions have balconies to worship the Shiva linga. North side of Karpagraha there is one more Shiva idol called as Sounderswarar located in a separate Sannidhi.
  • Legend, Piralaya Kaleeswarar temple is constructed at least 1000 years back. Once this place had six thousand brave army men were living. They were called as “Kadanthayar” and this town used to be called as “Kadanthai Nagar”. Once Shiva had decided to destroy the world. Deva’s pleaded to Shiva at least to save the people near to this temple when he is going to destroy. Shiva agreed and ordered Nandi to stop the flood when the world is going through the catastrophe. Until then nandi was facing Shiva, turned back and faced the village. When the flood came to Pennadam and the Nandi swallowed all the water to save this place. Hence the Lord Shiva also is called Pralaya Kaleeswarar.

Tirukkumaresar Temple,Rajendra Pattinam
  • The Main Deity is Swayambu Lingam known as Arulmigu Thiru Kumaresar or Swetharanyeswarar facing east and his consort known as Veera Amulai Amman or Abinna Kusa Nayaki seen in separate sanctum.
  • Here the rays of Sun fall on Lord Siva from March 16 to 20.
  • Legend,King of Madhurapuri stayed in this place and worshiped Lord Siva to bless him with a child. By Lord’s grace he was blessed with child who was named as Rajendran hence the place is known as Rajendra Pattinam.
  • Another king, Suvedhan a, staunch Shiva devotee was infected with leprosy due to his past sins and got relieved of the cruel disease by worshipping the Lord after a dip in the sacred Erukathampuliyur spring. Erukku plant has the power of curing leprosy.
  • Those suffering from stammering or dumbness and those seeking child boon pray in the temple.

Narthana Vallabheshwarar,ThiruKoodalaiyathoor
  • Lord Shiva is the presiding deity here in the form of Arulmigu Vallabeswarar.
  • Lord Shiva is swayambhumurthy and His consorts Goddess Gyana Sakthi and Goddess Parasakthi installed in two sanctums.
  • Lord Brahma and Goddess Saraswathy did penance in this place and were blessed by Lord Siva who gave darshan and performed Tandava in front of them and hence Lord Shiva is also called as Nardhana (Dancing) Vallabeswarar.
  • Only shrine of Lord Saniswarar can be noticed here out of Navagrahas. Lord Saneeswarar is worshipped as "Pongu Sani" here.
  • As per the legend, Chola King named Dinakaran suspected his wife which led him to kill her. Due to his act he got Brahmahathi dosham. He left his kingdom and wandered like a lunatic. One day he was chased by a dog which is suffering from the skin disease. As they were passing by a River bank the dog jumped into that river and the disease was cured when it came out of the river. The King saw this and he also did the same and got relieved from the sin. He went back to his kingdom and built a temple for Lord Shiva near the confluence of two rivers named Vellaru and Manimutharu.

Mangalapureeswarar Temple,Thiruchopuram
  • The presiding deity is Chopuranathar, Mangalapureeswarar and the goddess is Thyagavalli Ammai, Sathyayadakshi.
  • Lord Shiva graces in the temple as a swayambumurthy.
  • The Linga is installed by Sage Agasthya whose palm prints are seen on the deity.
  • The sound of seven musical notes could be heard if we tap on the Dakshinamurthy idol. Against the normal practice of dressing Lord Dakshinamurthy in yellow clothes, white is used in this temple.
  • Students of Music perform special pujas for gaining excellence in the art.
  • Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahmma are behind the sanctorum in a worshipping form. The devotee can enjoy the darshan of all the three Lords – Trimurthys – Brahmma, Vishnu and Shiva.
  • It is believed that Mother Shakti also has mingled with the Linga when Sage Agasthya installed the Linga, turmeric and kumkum are used in the worship of the Lord in this temple by those facing marriage and health problems. Hence, the Lord is named Mangalapureeswarar.

Sivakozhuntheeswarar Temple,Theerthanagiri,Thiruthinai Nagar
  • The presiding deity of the temple is Shivakozhundhu Easwarar and the goddess is Oppila Nayaki.
  • Lord Shiva in the temple is a swayambumurthy.
  • The rays of Sun fall on the Lord on Panguni 20, 21 and in March-April
  • Lord Vishnu and Lord Brahmma appear worshipping Lord Shiva behind the Lingodhbava in the goshta wall.
  • People pray for good farm yields and to excel in the art of dancing.
  • A sage cursed as a Bear-Jaambu, bathed in this tank, worshipped Lord Shiva and got the relief.It is believed that a dip in the theertha removes the sins of the devotees.

Theerthapureeswarar Temple,Thirunelvaayil Arathurai
  • The presiding deity is Varamoortheswarar and the goddess is Maragathavalli.
  • It is believed to be 6000 years old one.
  • The Lingam installed here looks square in shape. This temple is one of the Pancha Brahma Sthalams and represents the Sadhyojatha (firing, bright, lightning) face of Lord Shiva.
  • The temple has a significance of having 32 Goshtams (shrines on the outer prakaram of the sanctum sanctorum) though deities are present only in some of them. This is called Uthama Patcha Prathishtai and only around 15 temples in Tamilnadu are in this manner.
  • A swayambu bhairavar made of sand and an idol (installed in recent times) are present side by side in a separate shrine.
  • Temples facing south are called ‘Parihaara Sthalas’ meant for finding remedies to one’s problems.
  • Legend, Lord Krishna brought a Parijatha tree from the divine world to provide flowers to his consorts Sathyabama and Rukmini. Before pulling out the tree he forgot to ask permission from the tree itself and it cursed him to stand as a tree on earth for 1000 years in this place. After the curse period the tree became an Ashwatha Vriksham (Arasa Maram). Sages Romasar and Mukunthan penanced under the same tree and to the latter a holy voice was heard saying that Ganga water will flow here itself for him when he wanted to set out to Kasi.At the bank of the river is present a pit from where water( River Ganges) is flowing out perennially all though the year, though in small quantity. Due to this, the place is considered more sacred than Kasi.
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