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In the Tamil Nadu village of Mathur, next to Thiruthani, is the Mahishasura Mardhini Amman Shrine, a Sakthi temple. According to legend, this temple is connected to the Thiruthani Tiruttani Murugan temple. The Tirupathi Hills serve as a lovely backdrop for the main temple’s spacious corridor, which is lined with multicoloured pillars. Mahishasura Mardhini, the presiding deity, stands roughly three metres tall. The goddess is so captivating that even after murdering the demon Mahishasura at her feet with her “Soolam,” she smiles, which is uncommon to behold. Each of her eight hands—four on each side—holds a weapon.

Maddur Mahishasura Mardhini Temple Darshan Online Booking

She also has a skull garland on her person. Under a neem tree, a straightforward roof structure covered the idol. The leaves have no bitter flavour. In the temple’s entryway are the shrines to Lord Vinayaka and Om Shakthi.

According to legend, Shakti exists wherever Shiva does. In Udayagiri’s ancient caves, there is proof of this. Where Shivling is visible in numerous caverns on the Udayagiri hill Vidisha. According to legend, Shakti exists in the same place as Shiva. In Udayagiri’s ancient caves, there is proof of this. Mahishasura Mardini can be seen in Shakti form in two caverns, in addition to Shivlings, which can be found in many of the caves on Udayagiri Hill.

 Timings for the Maddur Mahishasura Mardhini Amman Thirukkoil: 

7:00 AM to 1:00 PM in the morning
Evening: from 3:00 to 8:00.
Tuesdays from 7:00 AM until 8:30 PM

History of the Maddur Mahishasura Mardhini Temple:

The idol, Swayambu Amman, was discovered in 1960 at a place named Sakthi Medu next to the railroad tracks. When this goddess appeared as Swayambu to a group of workmen in 1954 as they built the railroad between Chennai and Tirupathi, they were so taken by her beauty that they erected a tiny temple in her honour there that eventually grew into the magnificent structure it is today.

The Mathur Mahishasura Mardhini Amman temple is well known in the area and is believed to be home to a very potent deity. This is located on the route leading to Tirupathi, around 9 miles from the well-known Thiruttani Lord Muruga temple. In 2-3 kilometres, one must cross the Mathur railway gate to go to the shrine.

The construction of the temple was made possible by the Amman-big suyambu and the workmen’ failure to complete the surrounding railway track.

 Maddur Mahishasura Mardhini Temple Annadhanam :

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  •   Using the Annadhanam Scheme For 100 individuals, Maddur Arulmigu Mahishasura Mardhini Amman Thirukkoil offers a daily annadanam. We serve rice, sambar, rasam, and two fries.
  •   Every day at 12:15 PM, Annadhanam will serve 100 worshippers. The cost of one day of Annadhanam is Rs. 2000, and devotees are encouraged to participate in it in order to get Amman’s blessings. The cost of one day of Annadhanam for 100 people will be covered by a recurring donation of Rs. 25000 + interest.

Festivals Celebration In Mahishasura Mardhini Temple:

Lasts for ten days throughout the Medam (April/May) month. Here, Vaikasi Visakam is a significant holiday as well. Devi is decked by all Aparana on the ninth day of the Vaikasi Visakam celebration (jewels). She circles the shrine in search of Palli Vetta (hunting). Seven laps of the temple are taken by the idol. After the ritual, the bow and arrow are given to a devotee. The Devi Aaraattu doesn’t exist. The other major holidays celebrated here are Thiruvonam, Navarathri, and Pongala during Pongal (Jan), which falls five days before Tirukarthika Day in the Vrischikam month (Nov/Dec). Every day of the Karthikai month is when the legendary Kalabha Chaarthu is performed.

Valvachagostam legends or local mythology : 

It’s thought that Parasurama, who had killed his mother Renuka to fulfil his father’s wishes, wished for his fault to be pardoned. On the guidance of Brahmins, he then travelled to the Himalayas. (Val = sword, Vacha = keeping, Goshtam = temple) He left his sword in his town. According to legend, the Chera King built a sizable temple and dedicated it to the goddess Bhagavathi there.

 

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