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Patteswaram Mayuvaram
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Tiruvannamalai
Nilotplalambikai Kamalambagai
Tirukkadavur Amman
Madhupuri Sivakasi
Tiruverkkadu Uraiyur
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  RAMESWARAM - AMMAN TEMPLE

The Mother Parvathi's mandir lying next to Rameswara linga shrine is equally vast and grand in every aspect. The garbhagriha is quite spacious and installed there on a raised dias a five foot high granite icon of Mother Parvathi excellent craftsmanship. Daily worship is offered at six times and each is distinct and different from the other. Everyday in the night, the well decorated image of the Mother is kept in the Navasakti mandap lying just in front of her shrine. And after due prayers, it is taken to her lord's sannidhi in a gold plated palanquin.  There again worship is offered after placing the Lord's image in the palanquin. Procession through the main halls leads to Amman sannidhi where the two idols are kept in the swing provided in the bed chamber of the Mother. Everything due to eyeful decoration and puja to the chanting of hymns is so mesmerizing that devotees participate with great spiritual ardor.

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