Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple Thirumanjanam for Child Boon

Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple Thirumanjanam for Child Boon

Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple Thirumanjanam for Child Boon Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple Thirumanjanam for Child Boon

Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple Thirumanjanam for Child Boon

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This special Thirumanjanam is performed in this temple for person who need a Child Boon, spiritual energy , sound health and Ashta Aiswaryam.

Benefits of Thirumanjanam for child boon at Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple :

  • One who perform this special Thirumanjanam to Lord Sri Kothanda Ramar and Sri Seetha Pirati ,for “Puthra Prapthi” and timely marriage.
  • The children of the couple who perform this pooja, will shine in their studies with good health.
  • This Thirumanjanam will hlep to get rid of from the marriage related issues and timely marriage will happen. It will give the devotee a turning point in life.
  • It will give the devotee a turning point in life.
  • It will help us to protect from all evil doers.
  • This Thirumanjanam gives the devotee, power and happiness.
  • It shields and protects from enemies, as far as we are straight forward in nature.
  • It avoids and saves the devotee from his sins, evil eyes, bad planets effects.
  • It further gives good family relationship, improves mental fitness.
  • It makes the devotee to lead a loan free life.
  • Gives quick recovery from pandemic diseases.
  • Provides sound health and Ashta Aishwaryam.

About Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple :

  • This temple is situated in Tamil Nadu Thiruvarur District, Mudikondan village. .
  • Mudikondan village is located in Thiruvarur – Mayiladuthurai route..
  • This place is about fifteen Kilo Meters away from Thiruvarur town and it can be reached from Mayiladuthurai also.
  • Mudikondan is situated around twenty Kilo Meters from Mayiladuthurai.
  • Nearest Railway station is Nannilam.

Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple History :

  • As per the legend, in this kshethram Sri Ramachandra Moorthi emerged before Sri Bharathwaja Maharishi, in the form of “Pattabishega Thiru Kolam”(Coronation Posture) with a crown on his head.
  • This crown is refered in Tamil “Mani Mudi”. This is the reason why this place is refered as “Mudi Kondan” means Sri Rama with a crown.
  • Sri Ramachandra Moorthi revealed his location and identity to Maratha King Sarabhoji’s dream and directed the king to build a temple for him, to install those statues.
  • Bharathwaja Maharishi was staying in his ashram here. Sri Rama Chandra Moorthi met the Maharishi here when he was on the way to Sri Lanka to rescue Sri Seetha Devi.
  • Sri Rama stayed here for a short time and Sri Bharathwaja Maharishi insisted Sri Rama to stay here for some more time and requested to accept a feast.
  • Sri Ramachandra Moorthi assured that while return back to Ayothya sure he will stay here and accept the feast. Sri Rama continued his journey to Sri Lanka.
  • As per his assurance, Sri Rama Chandra Moorthi stayed here with Sri Seetha Devi and Sri Lakshmana, for a short time on the return journey to Ayothya after the victory in the battle against the demon Ravana.
  • During the stay here Sri Rama Chandra Moorthi appeared before (gave a “Dharshan”) Sri Bharathwaja Maharishi in the form of “Pattabishega Thiru Kolam”(Coronation Posture) with a crown on his head and accepted Maharishi’s feast.
  • Sri Anjaneya is present in a separate shrine outside of the “Kharbhagraha”(Main shrine). The legend says that Sri Ramachandra Moorthi asked Sri Hanuman to go to Nandhigram to meet Sri Bharatha and inform about his arrival to Ayothya.
  • Sri Hanuman met and informed to Sri Bharatha at Nandhigram. Sri Hanuman reached back to this place in a little bit late.
  • Since Sri Rama had to go to Ayothya for his “Pattabishegam” he was in a hurry. Sri Rama gave dharshan to Mahararishi and accepted the feast before the arrival of Sri Anjaneya.
  • Because of this Sri Anjaneya decided to stay outside the “Moola Sthanam” and shower his blessings to devotees from a separate shrine in this temple.
  • This present temple was build by Chola Kings.

Significance of Mudikondan - Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple Temple :

  • This place was also refered with its old name “Magudavarthana Puri”.
  • This temple “Sri Kothanda Ramar Kovil” is considered as one of the “Pancha Ramar Shethram”..
  • The five significant temples of Sri Rama, located around this place are called as “Pancha Ramar Shethram”.
    • Sri Veera Kothanda Ramar Temple at Thillai Vilagam
    • Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple at Mudikondan
    • Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple at Adambar
    • Sri Kothanda Ramar Temple at Vaduvoor
    • Sri Ramar Temple at Paruthiyur.
  • In this temple in a separate shrine the presiding deity “Sri Kothanda Ramar” is in the standing position, “Sri Seetha Devi” appear on his right side and “Sri Lakshmana” is in the left side of Sri Rama.
  • Sri Kothanda Ramar of this temple is in the standing position with a bow in the left hand and arrow in the right hand. Kothandam is the name of Sri Rama’s Bow. Sri Kothanda Ramar , the name indicates that Sri Rama Chandra Moorthi with Bow and Arrow.
  • Sri Anjaneyar is appear in a separate shrine outside of the Moolasthanam (Kharbhagraha).
  • Sri Renganathar with his consorts “Sri Devi” and “Sri Poodevi” are also present in the separate shrine as significant as Sri Kothanda Ramar of this temple.
  • Rama Navami (Birth Day of Sri Rama) is being celebrated here as a ten days function. On Rama Navami day “Seetha Kalyana Urchavam” (Marriage function of Lord Rama and Sri Seetha Devi) is being performed in a grand manner.
  • Vaikunda Ekadesi and on the Punar Poosam star (Birth star of Sri Rama) day are being celebrated and special poojas are being performed to all the deities.
  • On the “Ekathesi Thithi” (the eleventh day after no moon day and eleventh day after full moon day) Thirumanjana pooja is being performed to Sri Renganathar of this temple.
  • In the Tamil month Masi “Magam” star day, Panguni “Utthiram” star day, Kirthigai star day and every Satur day are considered as significant days. People assemble and worship all the deities here on these days.
  • In the month of Purattasi “Navarathiri Days” are also significant and poojas are being performed to all the deities.
  • Chant the following sloga to get the blessings of Sri Ramachandra Moorthi :
    • Ramaaya Raamabathraaya Raamachandraaya Vethase
    • Raghunaathaaya Naathaaya Seethaaya Pathaye Nama

Please read and understand the following points carefully :

  • The puja will be performed on the scheduled date either in the morning or in the evening as per the head priest's sole discretion based on other festivals and programs conducted in the temple.
  • Puja confirmation mail will be sent on the next day of the puja date. It's an automated mail, which will be manually intervened, only when there is a change in the puja schedule.
  • We will arrange to perform the puja either through our representatives/agents who will visit the temple in person or through the Priest of the temple himself depending upon our earlier set arrangements
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