Neendoor Thrikkayil Sree Subrahmanya Swami Temple
Neendoor Subrahmanya Swami Temple is a well- known and illustrious Lord Subramaniya temple. It is situated at Neendoor, Kottayam district in the state of Kerala, South India. Legend has it that this holy and sacred temple in the god’s own country is dedicated to Lord Subramanyaswamy, who was a form of Lord Muruga. And hence, this temple brought fame to the place.
Aalu Vilakku
500
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Aayillyam Pooja ( Sarppam )
150
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Abhishekam ( Muthakoottu )
10
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Adima
50
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Aru Nazhi Payasam
1200
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Bhagavathy Seva
100
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Charadu Japam
15
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Chorunu
50
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Chuttu Vilakku
1500
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Dhivasa Pooja
500
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Ellu Payasam ( Lord Sastha )
100
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Elluthiri Vilakku ( Lord Sastha )
10
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Eratty Madhura Payasam
1000
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Ganapathy Homam
50
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Ganapathy Homam & Bhagavathy Seva
150
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Kadum Payasam
80
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Kanika-101
101
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Kanika-11
11
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Kanika-21
21
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Kanika-51
51
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Karthika Oottu
1500
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Kootta Namaskaram
60
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Koottu Payasam
60
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Kunkumarchana ( Goddess Durga )
20
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Mala Charthu ( Muthalkoottu )
5
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Mandalamasam Chirappu
2000
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Manjal Abhishekam ( Sarppam )
30
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Mukham Charthu
500
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Muzhukappu
1500
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Namaskaram
30
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Naranga Vilakku ( Goddess Durga )
20
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Neeranjanam ( Lord Sastha )
30
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Ney Abhishekam ( Lord Sastha )
100
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Ney Amruthu
100
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Ney Vilakku
20
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Noorum Paalum ( Sarppam )
100
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Otta Naranga Mala
45
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Paal Payasam
60
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Paanakam
125
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Panjamrutham
40
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Pizhinju Payasam
1200
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Prasadhamoottu ( 100 Perkku )
3000
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Prasadhamoottu ( 10 Perkku )
300
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Pushpanjali
10
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Sarppasooktharchana ( Sarppam )
20
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Shashtti Pooja
200
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Sooktharchanakal
20
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Suryakaladi Ganapathy Homam
100
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Thrimuram
25
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Thulabharam ( Muthalkoottu )
50
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Udhyasthamana Pooja
50000
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Uriari Payasam
2500
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Utsava Bali
60000
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Valiya Vilakku
100
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Vella Nivedhyam
25
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Vivaham
500
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About Temple

Neendoor Subrahmanya Swami Temple is an ancient lord Murugan temple located in the Neendoor, Kottayam district (Kerala, India). The Neendoor Subrahanya Swami Temple is a historic site which has brought glory and fame to the local area. Myths say that the Pandavas and the sage Vyasa worshipped at this temple. The deity of the temple is Lord Muruga. Neendoor Subrahmanya Swami Temple hosts the arattu festival, which is celebrated on a grand scale on the Medashasti day in April–May every year. The Ottanarangamala Samarppanam is one of the important rituals of this temple. Neendur Sri Subramanyaswamy Temple is a temple dedicated to Sage Agasthya and is sacred to the touch of the feet of Veda Vyasa and William Mangalam. Sri Subramanyaswamy, the presiding deity of Neendur, stands in the Vrithasreekovil facing east. It is said that the construction of Ettumanoor Mahadeva Temple and Sri Subramanyaswamy Temple took place at the same time. The stone statue depicts Tarakasura in a slaying manner, with the veil upside down and the Uttariyam falling on his wrists in a brutal manner. It is believed that Ettumanoorappan and his son Subramanyaswamy were placed face to face in the same direction. On April 9, 1984, the temple guards of Mangalathumana, Ettanonassery, Chenthita and Pattamana, who were the temple guards, wrote an agreement to the Kerala Temple Preservation Committee. At present, the temple is under the care of the Kerala Temple Preservation Committee. Nattassery Suryakaladi Manakkars have the right to the temple. The temple is inhabited by deities Dakshinamoorthy, Ganapati, Ayyappan, Durga, Bhadrakali (Bhagavathi on the pillar), the serpent gods and Brahmarakshas. The Dakshinamoorthy-Ganapati deities are facing south on the south side of the main shrine within the Nalambalam. The pooja is performed by placing Bhagwati (Bhagwati on the pillar) on a pillar on the south-west side of the prayer hall. That, too, is a phenomenal phenomenon. Apart from Nalambalam, Sastha resides in a specially constructed temple in the south-west corner and Sridurga Devi resides in a specially constructed temple in the north-west corner. In the north-east, sub-deities such as the serpent gods and the Rakshasas are enshrined in their original positions. There are three daily poojas. The temple opens at 5 in the morning. After the anointing, the idol is anointed. After the anointing, the idol is decorated. The next function is the flower offering. After the offering with Ezhumani, there is Usha Pooja, which is followed by Nada Atachu Pooja. Kadumpayasa is the main offering. After the offering at noon, noon pooja. There is a walk closing ceremony for this. The main offering is milk pudding. (On Tuesdays and Tuesdays, the temple opens at 4am and closes at 12.30pm.) The temple reopens at 5 p.m. In the evening, candlelight vigils are held at sunset. Then dinner is served at 7 pm. There is also a closing pooja for this. The offerings are Kadum Payasam and Vella Nivedhyam.Close again at 7:30. On Tuesdays, devotees offer a single lemon garland for the purpose. The main offerings are uriyarippayasam, idichupizhinupayasam, palpayasam and panchamritham. Also anointing and garlanding are important. Sashtivrata, Suryakaladi Mahaganapati Homa and Sri Ganeshasubrahmanya Sangeetharadhana (Neendoorappan Sangeetha Seva) are held every month on the Veluthapaksha day. The Thiruvutsavam at the Neendoor Subramanya Swamy Temple lasts for six days, during the month of May. During the festival, devotional uprisings and various art activities are held along with the poojas that delight the devotees. Murajapam is performed in the temple every year before the festival. Thaipuyam, Skandashashti, Navratri celebrations, Mandalavritham, Makaravilakku-Rath Ghoshayathra, Ramayana Mass, Niraputhari etc. Every year on the Pooram day of the month of Kumbha (Neendur Pooram - Lamp Ezhunnallippu) the Neendur Kuttanikulangara Bhagavathy Temple is visited by the national leader Neendur Subramanyaswamy. The temple is located at a distance of 60 km from Ettumanoor on the Neendoor route. A board with the name can be seen at the eastbound junction of the temple on the main road. The temple can be reached by walking 200 meters from there. The distance from the Ettumanoor railway station to the temple is 4.5 km. It is 14 km from Kottayam. It is located at a distance of 75 km from the Kochi International Airport. In the temple, the furious form of Murugan is worshipped. The Vel is pointed downwards. Murugan is worshipped here in the form of Devasenapathi, the supreme general of the holy forces. The deity is said to be in an angry and furious mood as he had fought with Tharakasuran in a confrontation known as the "Tharakasura Nigraha Bhavam". He faces east as seen in most of the temples. Mahaganapathi, Dhakshinamoorthi (Lord Shiva), Thooninmel Bhagavathi (Bhadrakali), Shathavu, Durga, Nagaraja, and Bhahmarakshs are also worshipped at the temple as subordinate deities. Tuesday is the important day for the temple in regards to the worship of Murugan. Neendoor is a holy place with many temples. A lot of people come here and pray to Lord Muruga. The pooja is performed by Brahmin priests within the temple. The temple's main festival takes place during the month of April or May, lasting for 6 days. Neendoor Subrahmanya Swami Temple hosts the arattu festival celebrated on a grand scale on the Medashasti day. Thaipooyam is another important festival hosted at the temple. Subrahmanya is also known as Karthikeya in other regions apart from the Dravidian regions. In Kerala, he is known as the Subrahmanya Swamy. His other names are Mayil Vahanan, Murugan, Senthil, Velan, Kandan, Kadamban, Arumugam, Devasenapathi and Shanmugam. He is worshipped as God's army and a symbol of victory. His bird is the peacock and his weapon is called a Vel. Many devotees come to the temple to offer prayers and perform rituals to Lord Subrahmanya, asking that their new ventures be successful. This temple conducts a very old special ritual named Ottanarangamala Samarppanam. This is the only temple of Lord Subrahmanya Swamy where this type of ritual is performed. Here, Lord Subrahmanya Swamy is depicted as the Lord when he just defeated the demon named Tharakasuran. All the temple's rituals are done according to strict rules and regulations.

നീണ്ടൂർ തൃക്കയിൽ ശ്രീ സുബ്രഹ്മണ്യ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രം

കോട്ടയം ജില്ലയിലെ നീണ്ടൂരിൽ സ്ഥിതി ചെയ്യുന്ന ഒരു പുരാതന മുരുകൻ ക്ഷേത്രമാണ് നീണ്ടൂർ സുബ്രഹ്മണ്യ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രം. നീണ്ടൂർ സുബ്രഹ്മണ്യ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രം പ്രാദേശിക പ്രദേശത്തിന് മഹത്വവും പ്രശസ്തിയും കൊണ്ടുവന്ന ഒരു ചരിത്ര സ്ഥലമാണ്. പാണ്ഡവരും വ്യാസ മുനിയും ഈ ക്ഷേത്രത്തിൽ ആരാധിച്ചിരുന്നതായി പുരാണങ്ങൾ പറയുന്നു. മുരുകനാണ് ക്ഷേത്രത്തിലെ പ്രതിഷ്ഠ. നീണ്ടൂർ സുബ്രഹ്മണ്യ സ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രത്തിൽ ആറാട്ടുത്സവം നടക്കുന്നു, എല്ലാ വർഷവും ഏപ്രിൽ-മെയ് മാസങ്ങളിലെ മേടഷഷ്ടി ദിനത്തിൽ ഇത് വിപുലമായി ആഘോഷിക്കുന്നു. ഈ ക്ഷേത്രത്തിലെ പ്രധാന ആചാരങ്ങളിൽ ഒന്നാണ് ഒറ്റ നാരങ്ങാമാല സമർപ്പണം. നീണ്ടൂർ ശ്രീ സുബ്രഹ്മണ്യസ്വാമി ക്ഷേത്രം അഗസ്ത്യ മുനിയുടെ പ്രതിഷ്ഠയുള്ള ക്ഷേത്രമാണ് .

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