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Arulmigu Sankara Naaryana Swamy
Thiruvanandhal 6.00 am
   
Vizha Pooja 6.30 am
     
One Time Goddess Umadevi requested Lord Siva to remove the difference among the devotees, who is the powerful god, whether Lord Siva or Hari. Then the lord Siva appeared as Sankaranarayanar.
Siru Kaala Santhi 8.30 am
Kaala Santhi 10.30 am
Uchikkaalam 12.30 pm
Saaya Ratchai 5.30 pm
அர்த்தசாமம் Artha Jaamam 9.00 pm
Worship Time

Morning - 5.30 am to Afternoon - 12.15 pm        Evening - 4.00 pm to Afternoon - 9.30 pm

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Arulmigu Sankaranaaraayana Swamy Thirukkovil,
      In the 11 th Century king Ukkirapandia ruled over Ukkirankottai. He used to go over to Madurai to have dharsan of Lord Arulmigu Somasundarar. One day when he was priceeding to Madurai to worship God Arulmigu Somasundarar, The Chief Elephant tusked the earth on the way and plunged into a pit. At that time Manikireevan, the watchman of Punnai forest came there and told the king “Oh king! Here is an anti-hill in the midest of Punnai forest.When the anti-hill was demolished there appeared a tail less cobra. It's might is unesplainable. It belongs to the god. On hearing this the king rushed to the Punnai fores and saw the Sivalingam by the side of the ant – hill...
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      One Time  Goddess Umadevi requested Lord Siva to remove the difference among the devotees, who is the powerful god, whether Lord Siva or Hari. Then the lord Siva appeared as Sankaranarayanar.
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