Welcome To Arulmigu Balasubramanya Swamy Temple

          This Temple is Approximately 500 years old. In south Chennai this Temple is very famous & important among people. At present this Temple is called as Balasubramaniya swamy Temple. But originally earlier this Temple was called as Ramalingeswarar Temple ( Lord Shiva ) by people. Approximately 50 years before Lord Murugan with Valli, Deivanai " Sannathi " & a huge " Raja Kopuram " was built. After that people used to call as " Sri Balasubramaniya Swamy & Alaiamman Thirukovil " by people. For People those who have not got married & marriage getting delayed. If they come & worship Lord Murugan with Valli, Deivanai they will get married soon. This is very specialty in this Temple. On Prathosham times, If married woman's worship Lord Shiva they will be " Dheerka Sumangali Bhava " happily they will live with their husband for long years. This is also one of the specialty in this Temple.

          Lord Brahmma during His visit to Kailash ignored Muruga as He was a little boy. Muruga intercepted Brahmma and enquired about His position and qualifications. Generally, one who questions the other would be either old in age or one holding a higher position. Here, it was vice versa. While questioning the Creator, Lord Muruga had both His hands on the hip with a senior look and proved that He was more learned than the Creator.

          Balasubramaniya Swamy Isthala History                                           Alaiamman Isthala History  

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    Lord Brahmma during His visit to Kailash ignored Muruga as He was a little boy. Muruga intercepted Brahmma and enquired about His position and qualifications. Generally, one who questions the other would be either old in age or one holding a higher position. Here, it was vice versa. While questioning the Creator, Lord Muruga had both His hands on the hip with a senior look and proved that He was more learned than the Creator.


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Welcome To Arulmigu Balasubramanya Swamy Temple, Thenampettai

Kandhasasti Festival 19/10/2017 To 28/10/2017

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