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Masilamaneeswarar - Kodiyidai Amman Temple, Thirumullaivoyal, Chennai suburb (மாசிலாமணீஸ்வரர் - கொடியிடை   அம்மன்)

Thirumullaivoyal Masilamaneeswarar - Kodiyidai Amman Temple Thirumullaivoyal Masilamaneeswarar - Kodiyidai Amman Temple

Location:

The Masilamaneeswarar - Kodiyidai Amman Temple is located in Thirumullaivoyal, Chennai suburb, after passing the Pachiamman temple in Kulakkarai Steet (coming from the main road).

Description:

The Masilamaneeswarar - Kodiyidai Amman Temple is dedicated to Sri Shiva as Masilamaneeswarar and Divine Mother Shakti as Kodiyidai Nayaki Amman.

A Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam:


The famous Masilamaneeswarar Temple at Thirumullaivoyal, Chennai, in Tamil Nadu is a Paadal Petra Shiva Sthalam. It is said that the Shiva Lingam is found in mullai creepers when a king cleared the creepers which entangled the feet of his elephant. The king installed the Shiva Lingam and by the grace of Shiva was victorious in war.

One of the Tri-Shakti Temples:


The famous Kodiyidai Amman Temple at Thirumullaivoyal, Chennai, in Tamil Nadu is one of the Tri-Shakti temples in and around Chennai. Devi Kodiyidai Amman represents Kriya Shakti (Power of Activity). The other two temples are Melur Thiruvudai Amman Temple representing Iccha Shakti (Power of Will) and Thiruvottiyur Vadivudai Amman Temple representing Jnana Shakti (Power of Knowledge).

Shrines and Deities:

Main Shrines:

Sri Shiva:

Pancha Bootha Sthalam:

Devi:


Within the shrine of Kodiyidai Nayaki Amman are beautiful pictures of:

Pictures of Asthalakshmi:

Pictures of other famous Devi Amman:

Pictures of Tri-Shakti:

Images of Devi:

Sri Ganesha:

Sri Murugan:

Others:




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