Vada Srirangam

Vada Srirangam | வட ஸ்ரீரங்கம் | North Srirangam Temple Near to Chennai | 1000 years old Temple

Vada Srirangam | வட ஸ்ரீரங்கம் | North Srirangam Temple Near to Chennai | 1000 years old Temple

வட ஸ்ரீரங்கம் – சென்னைக்கு மிக அருகிலேயே Perumal Temple Vada Srirangam

Temple Timings
Morning 7AM to 11AM
Evening 4PM to 7PM

This videos tell us about Perumal Koil temple near to Chennai. It is also called as North Srirangam Temple Near to Chennai. It is a very old and ancient temple in Chennai, More than 1000 years old temple in Chennai.Ranganathar temple in Chennai.

Perumal temple in Chennai.

Devadanam Sri Ranganathar Temple Vada Srirangam | tamilnadu temples

தேவதானம் ஸ்ரீ ரங்கநாதர் கோயில் வட ஸ்ரீரங்கம் |
Devadhanam Sri Ranganathar Temple Vada Srirangam |

Sri Ranganatha Perumal Devasthanam has been building a temple for Sri Ranganathar, a 1,000-year-old temple built by Chalukya kings. The moolavar of this temple is five feet high and 18 feet in length and the special feature of this temple is that the Lord appears in ‘sudhai vadivam’ (not made of stone).

Here, Sri Ranganathar lies in sleeping posture under the five- headed Aadhiseshan. The Lord blesses His devotees with His head resting on a wooden pillow (marakkal thalayanai), His right hand under His crown of hair and His left hand extended over His body. Goddess Lakshmi appears at the feet of the Lord with a lotus in Her hands and Bhooma Devi, with blue water lily in her hands. Opposite the Lord’s idol, there is Thumburu Maharishi and Bhakta Anjaneya. There are separate shrines for Ranganayaki Thayar and Andal (south-west and north-west of the sanctum sanctorum).

As soon as one enters the tower gate of the temple, one can see a balipeedam, dwajasthambam and Garuda shrine. The protector of this temple is Lord Nagaraja, who can be seen at the south-east of the temple. It is believed that if one lights a ghee lamp for seven Saturdays continuously, their wishes will be fulfilled. If one is afflicted with Nagadosham, it can be absolved by coming round the deity Nagaraja. Since it is considered to be given by the Devas, the place is also called Devadhanam.

Via Minjur

Minjur to Devadhanam : 6Kms
(3Kms from Anupampattu railway station)

Via Ponneri