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Suryanar Kovil is a Temple dedicated to the God Sun. located in a village which is 14 KM far from Kumbakonam. We went on 13th Oct 18 and performed Navagrahapooja . it's all about money. For the offerings you have to pay 350 and get the Pooja...More
This temple dedicated to Surya or Sun God is situated 20 Kms from Kumbakonam . There is a beautiful deity of Lord Sun upfront and the deity of Jupiter just facing him. There are deities of other 7 planets around the outer parameter and a...More
I visited above in Jan 2018 in the mrng by private Taxi from Kumbhakonam. It is the ancient Navagraha Temple along with Main deity is Sun God.
Did Navagraha Archana there...took official ticket from Temple office for that. Keep ready to give Rs 100 as...More
The temple is a wonderful structure constructed with each Navagraha in their respected direction. Unlike other temples strangely the entrance gopuram is shorter and also Shiva shrine is missing. As a main fact anyone who visits this temple must visit initially the koul theerta Vinayaka(...More
The temple is one of the nine Navagraha temples of Tamil Nadu and is a part of the popular Navagraha pilgrimage in Tamil Nadu. The planets are believed to influence the horoscope computed based on time of one's birth and subsequently influence the course of...More
Located in the route from Kumbakonam to mayiladuthurai approximately 20 kms from Kumbakonam. This is a navagraha stalam for suryan and has all the navagraha sannidhi. You can do Pooja for all the navagraha in a same place. Ample car parking available. A must visit...More
Response from Durgaprasad R | Reviewed this property |
Being the Sun Temple normally Sundays are crowded.
On other days it should take between 30 to 45 mts.
At that temple there also the other 8 grahas. You can get a package deal for the archana's for all the 9 grahas.