Friday, February 17, 2017

Thennangur, Thiruvannamalai

Thennangur, Thiruvannamalai
Thennangur is a village, town panchayat located in Thiruvannamalai of Tamilnadu. Thennangur is located on State Highway 116, between Kancheepuram and Vandavasi, and is served by buses from both cities. It is 110 kilometres (68 mi) from the state capital, Chennai. The village was earlier known as Dakshina Halasyam, and it is famous for a uniquely designed Hindu temple, Raghumayee Sametha Pandurangan Kovil.






According to the Hindu Puranas (myths), this village is the birthplace of the Hindu Goddess Meenakshi. Thennangur hosts the holy Gnanananda Giri Peetam established by Sri Haridas Giri in the name of his Guru. The Peetam along with its temple complex attracts devotees from far and wide.




Legends
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Places of Interest
Interesting places to visit in Thennangur are the Sri Raghumayee Sametha Panduranga Temple, the Sri Meenakshi Sametha Sundareswarar temple, the Sri Lakshmi Narayana Swamy temple, the Sri Chelliamman temple, and the Brindavanams of Swami Haridoss Giri and Swami Namananda Giri.

Panduranga Temple:
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Lakshmi Narayana Temple:
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Gnananda Giri's Peedam:
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Shrine of Sri Mahashodasi:
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Meenakshi Sundareswarar Temple:
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Ainthozhil Nayaki Temple:
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Connectivity
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