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Visited the temple on 26th of March this year and had an opportunity to see and worship Sri Kalgarudan coming out from his sannidhi carrying Sri Perumal. It i was awesome to see him when he came out in the stairs which looks like flying....More
Not to be missed Garudan Temple
Special day is Thu when the Garudan is dressed up and special puja offered
30 mins or less drive from Tirnageshwar town
Located in the premises of the famous Nachier Temple which is dedicated to the goddess
This Kal Garuda Temple, as also called Nachiyar Temple, is located just 6 Kms from Uppiliappan Temple...This is one of the 108 Divya Desam of Vaishnavite. The presiding Deity is Srinivasa perumal and Vanjulavalli Thayar. The image of this huge Kal Garuda is made of...More
A Divya desam , lord and maa are splendid , beautiful nandavanam is there inside the temple , kal garuda ( garuda made of granite ) is majestic , this vahanam is taken on ceremonial procession on selected days .
This Temple also called Nachiyar Koil is a frequented pilgrim centre and is famous for its Garuda Sevai Festival.The presiding Deity is Srinivasa Perumal and Thayar is vanujavalli,.The temple is known for its Garuda in Granite . The Temple is well maintained . As it...More
This temple is located very close to Kumbakonam and is a must visit place. While the main deity is Perumal and his concert, the specialty of this temple is the large Garuda sanctum situated a level above the rest. Several poojas are performed according to...More
A temple which gives utmost importance to Garuda, Sri Vishnu's vehicle (Vahanam). Kal Garudar's sanctum was pretty crowded on Thursday when I visited. After offering your prayers and respects to him, you can proceed to walk up the stairs on the left to have dharshan...More
Kal Garudar temple is located at about 8 Kms from Kumbakonam, This village is called Thirunaraiyur. This temple is otherwise also known as Nachiyar Temple. This temple is one among the 108 Divyadesams and dedicated to Vishnu. Here Lord Vishnu is worshipped as Srinivasa Perumal...More