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Marudhamalai Murugan Temple Information and Pooja Timing




Marudhamalai Murugan Temple Information and Pooja Timing

Maruthamalai Murugan Temple, Coimbatore

NOTE: For those who are not able to visit this Temple by yourself, we will perform the puja in this temple on your behalf and send you the prasadham worldwide. Read further to know more.

Maruthamalai is the pride of Coimbatore; every citizen of Kovai feels proud that he belongs to a city where one of the most important temples of Lord Murugan is located. From this hilltop temple, it is as though Lord Murugan overlooks and protects the citizens of Kovai. Murugan is the parihara for all Rahu doshas. This temple in addition is associated with Paambaatti Siddhar who was known for his friendship with snakes. Hence, this temple assumes great significance for all those who suffer from the ill effects of Rahu.

Arulmigu Maruthamalai Subramaniar Thirukoil – Maruthamalai,Covai

The word “Marudhachalapathy” or “Maruthamalai Andavar” means Master of Hills, abounding in Marudha trees. The name has also a legendary origin. A Siddha, overcome by excessive thirst and tiredness, sought shelter under the shade of a Marudha tree and prayed to the mercy of the Lord Muruga for a shower of water, which sprang at once as though by a miracle from beneath the tree! As water gushed out from the roots of the marudha tree, the Siddha leaped in joy, glorifying Muruga as the Lord of “Marudha” and “Jalam” (water) with the passage of time, “Marudhajalapathi” became “Marudhachalapathy”.
The “Pambatti Siddhar Cave” is another shrine attracting our attention. It is located on the slopes towards the South-east of the temple. It is reported that a snake charmer who became a Siddha used this cave as his abode for meditation on Lord Muruga and attained “Salvation” here. Here one can notice the image of the snake on the rock not carved but formed of its own accord.
The “Marudha Thirtam” and the”Pambatti Sunai” are springs on the hills with holy waters for ablution and a dip in them cures a number of diseases for they contain Medicinal Properties.
The last kumbhabisekam was performed in the year 1997.
Located at Maruthamalai, 7 miles North – West of Coimbatore.

Noted Festival

  • Navarathri
  • Aadipperukku
  • Tamil New Year
  • Vaikasi Car Festival
  • Karthigai Deepam
  • Margali Pooja
  • Aruthira Darisanam
  • Thai Poosam

Daily Events Pooja Timing

  • Vishwaroopa Dharisanam – 06:00 AM
  • Kalasandhi Pooja – 09:00 AM
  • Ucchikala Pooja – 12:00 Noon
  • Thirukappiduthal in day time – 01:00 PM To 02:00 PM
  • Sayaratchai – 05:00 PM
  • Ardha Jama Pooja – 08:30 PM

Temple Timings

  • 06:00 AM To 01:00 PM & 02:00 PM To 08:30 PM

Contact Address

Arulmigu Subramaniyaswamy Thirukoil,Maruthamalai, Coimbatore – 641 046.
Temple Office Phone : + 91-422-422490.

Filed in: Coimbatore, India, Murugan, Tamil Nadu

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