Tiruvallur Veera Raghava Perumal Temple Opening and Closing Time

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Tiruvallur Veera Ragha Swamy Temple is well known Temple in 108 Vaishnava Divya Desam. This temple is also known as Veera Raghava Perumal Temple. Here Lord in the form of Lord Sri Rama and Goddesses Sita Maha Lakshmi in the form of Sri Kanakavalli Thayar. This is a Hindu Temple dedicated to the god Vishnu. This beautiful Divya Desam Temple is situated in Thiruvallur, Chennai Metropolitan City, the administrative center of the Tiruvallur district in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

As per History, This temple was built by Pallava Kings in the 8th century CE. After that many Kings and Kingdoms worship Lord Veera Ragha Swamy in this Temple. Pooja rituals in this temple were managed by popular Alvar saints and Vaishnavas from 06 to 09 Century period. Here in this Temple, Popular sacred text called Vaishnava Nalayara Divya Prabandham would be chanted daily and Tiruppavai will be special on Dhanurmasam Dates. The beauty of this temple is the Sculpture and which was built in the Dravidian architectural style.

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Tiruvallur Veera Raghava Perumal Temple Opening and Closing Time

  • Darshan Opening Timings From Morning 07 AM to 12 PM
  • Evening From 04 PM to 09 PM Temple Close at 09.30 PM After Ekantha Seva

Veera Raghava Temple Darshan and Seva Timings:

  • 06.30 AM – Vishwaroopam
  • 6:30 to 7:30 AM – Sarva Darshan
  • 7:30 to 9:00 AM – Kalasanthi Pooja
  • 9 a.m. to 12 PM – Sarva Darshan
  • 04 to 6:30 PM – Sarva Darshan
  • 06 to 07 PM – Rituals
  • 07 to 08 PM – Sarva Darshan
  • 08 to 08.30 PM – Sannathi cleaning (Temple Cleaning)
  • 09 PM – Ekantha Seva begins

As per available records and history, this temple is extremely old and a place for many histories. Most probably, this great temple was built by the Pallavas in the period of the 8th century CE. We can still see the inscriptions of Pallavas and Chola in this Temple. After the Pallava’s contribution, Thanjavur Nayaks took responsibility for this temple to perform the administration. The temple is housed behind a granite wall and includes a seven-tiered raja gopuram (gateway tower).

Present the management of the temple takes care of a Goshala (cow shed). It is believed that Veeraraghava Perumal arrived there to wed his spouse Sri Maha Lakshmi. 06 daily rituals and 03 Annual Festivals are observed at the temple. During the Tamil month of Chittirai, there are 02 festivals Celebrated in the Grand Manner. One is the Annual chariot and The other one is the Annual float festival.


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