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Sri Srinivasaperumal Temple: Archana with gooseberry on Purnima

Sri Srinivasaperumal temple is located at Malaikottai Adivaram, in the district of Dindigul in the state of Tamil Nadu in South India. The principal deities of this temple are Srinivasaperumal and Kalyana Srinivasar plus the mother Goddess is Alamelumangai.

The holy tree is Gooseberry and the holy water is Padmagiri Theertham plus the Agamam or Pooja is Pancharatham. The temple is nearly 500-1000 years old. The historical name of this place is Padmachalam.

The important festivals of this temple are Chitra Poornima in April-May, Panguni Uthiram in March-April, Vaikunta Ekadasi in Margazhi (December-January), Aadi Pooram in July-August, 13 day Brahmmotsava in the month of Aani (June-July), Navarathri in September-October and Hanumath Jayanthi. The temple is opened from early morning to late dusk for devotes.

The other deities of this temple are Kottai Mariamman, Abirami, Sri Vaishnava Acharyas Nammazhwar, Sri Ramanuja, Thirumangai Azhwar, Navaneethakrishna and Damodhara Vinayaka. Special prayers and rituals are conducted for the devotees in this temple. On the day of Purnima and Amavasya, Archanas are conducted with gooseberry leaves for remedy from difficulties that are caused by Pitrus – forefather’s anger. Special homams are conducted for the memory improvement power of the children and their progress in education, removal of obstacles in marriage alliances, business failures, for happy married life.

In this temple, devotees offer Sweet Pudding (Sarkarai Pongal) as Nivedhana, Vastras (Clothes) and Tirumanjanam to the Lord. Devotees from the nook and corner of Tamil Nadu visit this temple on the days of Purnima and Amavasya in large numbers.

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