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Temples in Tamil Nadu

Believers in astrology and the influence of planets over individual destiny will find Tamil Nadu is a great destination. Indian astrology believes that the planetary positions of the nine planets in a geocentric orbit determine the way a person will live, progress and exemplify one's life to others before death.
The state has many temples dedicated to Lord Muruga and some of these are in rarefied environs. The journey to the Aruppadai Veedu or the Six Houses of Lord Muruga may be arduous but it has its own rewards.
Kapaleeswarar Temple - Parthasarathi Temple
Nataraja Temple
Maruthamalai Shri Murugan Temple - Perur Patteeswara Swamy temple - Maasani Amman Koil - Eechanari Temple - BANNARI AMMAN TEMPLE - VANABADRAKALI AMMAN TEMPLE - Karamadai Ranganathar Temple - Puliakulam Temple - Chemmedu Muthumariyamman temple (23 kms) - Ammanalingeshwarar Kovil - Avanashillingeshwarar Kovil.  
Kailashnatha Temple  - Kamakshi Amman Temple - Devarajaswami Temple - Vaikuntha Perumal Temple.

Kumariamman Temple - Suchindram temple

Adi Kumbeswarar temple - Sarangapani Temple - Someswara temple - Nageswaran temple - Ramasamy Temple  - Chakkarapani Temple - Kambatta Viswanathar Temple (Malathi Vanam) - Pana Pureeswarar Kovil - Mahamaham Temple - Uppiliappan Koil - Swamimalai - Darasuram (34 kms) - Thiruvidai Maruthur(8 kms)      
The Meenakshi Temple  - Koodal Alagar Temple - Mariamman Theppakulam  - Thiruparangundram - Alagarkoil  - Solai Amman Temple.
To have darshan of Lord Vishnu without his weapons, the Sanku and the Chakra, and without his customary "bed", Adi Sesha, is somehow a humbling experience.
Onre Kulam, Oruvane Thevan, meaning all are equal in front of the One God is being practised literally in the Adi Parasakthi temple at Mel Maruvathur, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Nagore Dargah The Nagore Dargah of Meeran Sahib Abdul Qadir Shahul Hamid Badshah is a spiritual shrine in South India.
The Cave Temple - Digambara Anajaneya Temple.
May we all sing the praises of the five magnificent element of nature with joy and abandon, as they are verily manifestations of the Divine. May we preserve them with reverence, as our very existence is dependent on them.
Sri Ramanathaswamy Temple  - Kothandaramaswamy Temple - Tirupullani (64km) - Uthirakosamangai( 72 Kms ) - Dhanushkodi (18 kms.) - Devipatinam.
Sri Adhikesava Perumal Temple - About an hour's easy drive from Chennai en-route to Kanchipuram, Sriperumbudur is the birth place of Sri Ramanuja,the 12 th century Vaishnavite saint.An idol of Sri Ramanuja has been installed in the 500-year old Sri Adhikesava Perumal Temple,which has a shrine dedicated to him.
Sri Andal is a great vasishnavite sanities and herpasurams are as popular in Tamil Nadu as "Meera's Devotional Songs are in the the north. It is located 74 kms away from Madurai and 45 kms.away from Virudunagar. Andal like a seetha,is presumed to be not born out of mother's wormb (Ayani Sambhava).
The districts of Thanjavur, Kumbhakonam and Nagappattinam (constituting the erstwhile Thanjauvr district) boast of hundreds of ancient temples.
Rockfort Pillayar Temple - Srirangam Ranganathasamy Temple - Samayapuram Mariamman Temple
Kanthimathi - Nellaiyapper Temple - Papanasam (42 Kms) - Kazhugumalai  - Tenkasi (53 Kms) - Srivaikuntam (37 Kms) - Manapad (70 Kms) - Krishnapuram (13 Kms) - Kulasekarapattinam  (68 Kms) - Krishnapuram .
Arunachaleshwara Temple - Girivalam.
Tirupporur is an ancient temple dating back to the Pallava period and is one of 33 major temples in Tamil Nadu dedicated to the worship of Murugan.
Velankanni is located 12 km south of Nagapattinam on the Coromandel Coast, in Tamil Nadu. The shrine here is dedicated to Our Lady of Health, the Madonna of Velankanni and is popularly known as 'Sacred Arogya Matha Church'.

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