TNSTC Karur Musiri Thirumanancheri
Thirumanancheri, temple or land of marriage (thirumanam in Tamil means marriage), is a holy village in Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu. The village is known to the outer world due to a temple dedicated to Lord Siva and his wife Uma (Parvati). Thirumanancheri is one among the popular temples of Lord Shiva, where He is devotedly worshiped as Kalyanasundareswarar and His consort, mother Parvati as Kokilaambal. In Sanskrit the lord is also called as Uthvaanganathar. In Tamil they are addressed as ‘Arul Vallal’ and ‘Kuyilinmenmozhiammai’. As per the legend. This famous temple helps to overcome the obstacles of Marriage . So many people are visiting to the temple and benefited. In the Temple, there is a special pooja for the person who seek for a nice partner. After the Marriage the Couple have to visit the temple to return or dispose the Prasatham in the Temple pond.
Railway Route : Mayiladuthurai Junction, or Kumbakonam Junction and Kuttalam is near by Station.
Bus Route : From Chennai, Pondhicherry – Cuddalore – Chidambaram- Mayiladuthurai – Kuttalam- Thirumanancheri. Buses to Thirumanancheri are available from Kuttalam and Mayiladuthurai, Mini Buses are available from Kuttalam.
TN45 N 3772 of Musiri Depot Route Musiri – Thirumanancheri via Trichy, Tanjore, Kumbakonam, Kuttalam.