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Sri Lalithambigai temple

Located near Peralam. Very beautiful and ancient temple. Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam originated here... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2018
Thanjavur, India
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Dharshan @ Lalithmbikai Temple

This temple is dated around 2000 years. Goddess Lalithambikai and Lord Mehanadhar are the main... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2018
Bengaluru, India
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| Sri Lalithambika, Tiruvannamalai 609405, India
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Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

Located near Peralam. Very beautiful and ancient temple. Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam originated here. The Vimanam is different from other templetowers and it is alike the backside of an elephant referred as 'Gajaprusda vimabam'. We stunned to see the beauty of the Goddess. Must visit temple

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Reviewed 9 April 2018

This temple is dated around 2000 years. Goddess Lalithambikai and Lord Mehanadhar are the main deities. Very well maintained and one gets spiritually immersed in this place. Very close from Mayavaram/Kumbakonam.

1  Thank Srini52
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

The temple is well known for the Goddess Lalithambikai. Of course Meghanathar (Lord Shiva) is also prominent. The sculptures in the temple are so enchanting. I loved the puraneeshwarar statue where Lord Shiva and Maa Parva this are in vathsalya pose the Lord holding the...More

1  Thank MadhuR258
Reviewed 21 March 2018

The temple is tucked away in a small village around 1 km from the main road. The goddess here is Lalthiambigai. She is a powerful diety and many people from the country visit this place to receive her blessing. The most important thing to watch...More

Thank RamGanesan
Reviewed 9 December 2017 via mobile

Maa is splendid here , Sri Lalitha sahasranamam was recited by Sri hayagriva to Sri agastya here . Maa shrine is separate lord Shiva shrine is separate .

Thank meghashyam
Reviewed 26 October 2016

Thirumeeyachur Lalithambikai Temple situated near peralam junction. Lord shiva - Mehanadhar. and Lalithambikai is the Goddess- the powerful deity. Must visit. Its a very clam and peaceful temple to visit. Oldest temple

Thank anithaaravamuthan
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Sri Lalithambigai Amman Temple, Thirumeeyachur, is a very ancient temple located near Peralam Railway Station. You get a very good vibration by visiting this temple, and the famous lalitha sahasranamam is sung in praise of this temple. How to get here: Best way is car,...More

Thank travelangudi
Reviewed 23 May 2016

This Thirumeeyachur Lalithambigai temple situated near Peralam junction has the most powerful deity Lalithambikai. I often visit this place and i feel very blessed and feel peaceful with a sense of satisfaction after each visit to this temple.

2  Thank Karthik V
Reviewed 20 March 2016 via mobile

Abode of Lord Shiva (Mehanadhar) and Goddess Sri Lalithambiga. Beautiful temple and what else can i say. ..every time i visit Lord and Mother Goddess i feel peaceful and strong vibration. Must visit.

1  Thank shankark
Reviewed 22 February 2016 via mobile

Find a group of Indians going and connect with them. Go with them. The only way to do it completely right...

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