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History and Significance of Sri Karuppanasami Temple, Rangiam Urangapuli 

In between the horse statues at the entrance of the temple, Sri Anjaneya and Sri Garuda grace on two sides. There is also a statue of Devadasi in dancing form and of the monkey army. Daksha, father of Mother Parvathi graces in the name of Prajan with a goat face. A musician with a cow face called Dundubi is here with his wife Dundumi in the Munnodi shrine. Muthurakku Amman, born and brought in pearls also graces in the temple. The worship is followed with a pregnant goat. Sri Agora Veerabadra protects devotes from all magic and evil spells. Karuppusami graces in a sitting form with Sri Anjaneya by his side. Mother Angala Parameswari, the presiding deity graces with Ekamban, Arasappan, Sanjeevi and Pandaram.

History of Sri Karuppanasami Temple, Rangiam Urangapuli

While Sri Rama returned from Kanka to Ayodhya, he was followed by doshas caused by killing the enemies in the war. He rested under a tamarind tree here. The tree did not sleep even during night and protected the Lord. Hence, the tree is called Urangapuli – sleepless tamarind tree. The leaves of the tree do not shrink during nights. Karuppusami also protected Sri Rama. The commanders Mandhira Murthy, Bommanan, Thimmanan, Akasaveeran are also here.

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