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Sri Kodandaramar Temple, Mudikondon 

Lord Sri Rama graces from the sanctum sanctorum with Mother Sita on the left and brother Lakshmana on the right. Sri Anjaneya has his shrine opposite to the Lord.

Those praying Lord Rama in the temple attain name and fame with good education and wisdom. Those aspiring foreign education are rewarded with their aspiration fulfilled. Majority of the devotees seeking a distinction in the field of education, arts pray to Sri Rama here. Separated couples are united back. Lord Sri Ramachandra grants all boons to those seeking development in business and profession and promotion in jobs.

Besides traditional abhishek and offering of Vastras, devotees also arrange procession of the Lord, offer Tulsi garlands, offer lamps to the temple, arrange feeding (annadanam) and contribute to the renovation and maintenance of the temple suiting to their affordability.

Speciality of Sri Kodandaramar Temple, Mudikondon

Perhaps this is the only temple where Sri Anjaneya is absent in the Sanctum Sanctorum. He was angry for some reasons and has his shrine opposite the sanctum sanctorum.

Opening Timings

The temple is open from 6.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.

Festivals at Sri Kodandaramar Temple, Mudikondon

  • The deity comes in procession on the 3rd Saturday in the month of Purattasi (September-October). 13 day Sri Ramanavami – 10 day festival ends with Sitarama Kalyanam and procession. Each month on the Punarvasu star day being the birth star of Lord Rama, special pujas are performed in the temple. The devotee crowd is usually huge on Saturdays. Special pujas are performed with all festivity splendour on Deepavali, Pongal and Tamil and English new year days.

Address & Contact Details of Sri Kodandaramar Temple, Mudikondon

Sri Kodandaramar Temple, Mudikondon – 609 502, Tiruvarur district.

Phone Number: –

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