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Sri Brahmapureeswarar temple Thirupattur

Brahmapureeswarar Temple

The Brahmapureeswarar Temple is a Temple located in Thirupattur near Trichy,

Worshippers believe that a person can change his fate by seeking the blessings of Lord Brahma at Sri Brahmapureeswarar Temple, Tirupattur.

Mythological references recount Lord Brahma’s overwhelming pride as the Creator of the Universe.
Lord Brahma felt that He was more prevailing than Lord Shiva – since He had the supremacy of creation.

This sense of pride provoked Lord Shiva, who destroyed Lord Brahma’s Fifth Head, and also cursed Him that He would lose His power of creation.

To relieve himself of this curse,
Lord Brahma started out on a pilgrimage of Lord Shiva Temples.

During the course of His pilgrimage,
Lord Brahma also visited this temple and installed 12 Shiva Lingams around Brahmapureeswarar and
worshipped Lord Shiva here for a considerable time.

Being moved by Lord Brahma’s prayers,
Lord Shiva, on Devi Parvathi’s appeal, gave him Darshan under the Magizha tree and liberated Him from His curse.

Lord Shiva also restored the power and responsibility of creation to Lord Brahma.

Lord Shiva also blessed Lord Brahma that He would have a separate shrine at this temple.

He also advised Lord Brahma that since Brahma himself had His destiny rewritten here;
He should rewrite the destiny of His devotees visiting this temple.

Since the fate of Lord Brahma, the Creator, Himself was changed by Lord Shiva at Tirupattur, one can expect a turning point in life by praying at this temple.

Devotees bring their horoscope and keep in front of Lord Brahma and pray to change their destiny .

The temple is under the administration of The Hindu Religious And Charitable Endowments Department, Government of Tamil Nadu.

The presiding deities are Lord Brahmapureeswarar in the form of Swayambu Lingam and Devi Brahma Sampath Gowri.

There is a separate shrine for Lord Brahma.
The idol of Lord Brahma is in meditative pose sitting in Padmasana on a lotus.

The 12 Shrines of Lord Shiva

There are 12 Shiv Lingams in the Temple complex, which includes the garden adjacent to the temple. These Shiva Lingams were installed and worshipped by Lord Brahma.

Most of these Shiv Lingams are housed in separate shrines, which are situated around the Brahma Theertham.

Brahma Theertham is the pond from which Lord Brahma took water for performing puja to Lord Shiva.

These 12 shrines of Lord Shiva which comprise the Bramhapureeswarar Temple complex are :

Sri Brahmapureeswarar Presiding Deity
Sri Pazhamalai Nathar
Sri Pathala Eswarar
Sri Thayumanavar
Sri Manduga Nathar
Sri Ekambareswarar
Sri Arunachaleswarar
Sri Kailasa Nathar
Sri Jambukeshwarar
Sri Kalathi Nathar
Sri Sabthagereswarar
Sri Sudharaneswarar

Lord Brahmapureeswar
Lord Brahma
In front of the temple

Published by Ranjini Madhavan

Iam a homemaker who like to travel to spiritual places and like to share my spiritual tours , pictures and my personal tour experiences .Though am not expressive to put it in words thought it would be easy for others who likes to travel these places so that they may know what all places to be covered and a sweet memories for myself.

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