2023 Thiruvalangadu Arudra Darshan Dates and Timings Online

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Thiruvalangadu temple is well-known not just for its architectural beauty, but also for the legends surrounding Mallikarjuna. The main deity of the Sanctum is known as “Vadaranyeswarar,” while the Lord’s wife is known as “Vandarkuzhali Amman.” The sthala Vriksham is a large banyan tree in the sanctum’s northeast corner. Lord Shiva requested that the legendary Karaikkal Ammeiyar (Peyar) walk a marathon on her head to Mount Kailash and be an omnipresent witness to his cosmic dance in this temple.

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Arudra Darshan 2023 Thiruvalangadu:

The Thiruvalangadu temple is also an excellent location for Arudra Darshan. Thiruvalangadu is not far from Tiruttani. Thiruvalangadu is easily reached by car from Chennai. Pilgrims can take part in the Arudra Darshan in Thiruvalangadu by visiting the temple during the puja. The Arudra Darshan will be lavishly held at the Thiruvalangadu temple. Pilgrims who want to see Thiruvalangadu Arudra Darshan in 2023 can go directly to the temple and join the queue. In addition to the Arudra Darshan, the temple will provide free darshan to pilgrims. The temple will make sufficient preparations for the day of Arudra Darshan.

2023 Thiruvalangadu Arudra Darshan Dates and Timings Online

  • Arudra Darshanam is set to take place on January 6, 2023.
  • The recitation of Thiruvathirai Nakshathram will begin on January 5, 2023, at 9:26 p.m.
  • Thiruvathirai Nakshathram will end at 12:14 a.m. on January 7, 2023.
  • The Arudra Darshanam festival will be held on December 27th, 2023.
  • Thiruvathirai Nakshathram will begin on December 26, 2023, at 10:21 p.m.
  • Thiruvathirai Nakshathram will end at 11:29 p.m. on December 27, 2023.

Mythology of Arudra Darisanam:

As he sat in his snake lounge chair, Lord Vishnu was deep in thought. Vishnu’s five-headed serpent, Adisesha, inquired of the Lord about his thoughts. The Lord responded by admiring Lord Shiva’s exquisite movements as he danced across the cosmos. Adisesha then asked if he may also watch the dance. Vishnu instructed him to perform penance in order to accomplish this. Adisesha sat in meditation for a long time before meeting Natraja at Chidambaram, together with the sages Vyagrapada and Patanjali.

Arudra Darshan Reservations are not available in Thiruvalangadu. At the shrine, devotees can have darshan.

Arudra Darisanam rites comprise the following:

Before visiting a Shiva temple and performing Abhishekam, devotees bathe and cleanse themselves (hydration pooja). Devotees observe a strict fast that is broken after the puja. They eat a specific cuisine known as ‘Kali,’ which is thought to cure all ills. Visiting the Nataraja shrine in Chidambaram is particularly auspicious.


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