Thiru Sempon Sei Kovil is located in Tanjore district, Tamil Nadu. It is five miles from Seergazhi. It is one of the 108 Divyadesams placed in India which might be committed to the Hindu god Vishnu. The temple is also referred to as Hemarangam, Nagapuri temple or Sempon Arangar.
In the Ramayana time, Rama killed Ravana who changed into a Brahmin. So he turned into stuck via the sin of killing a Brahmin. To get rid of this sin, he got here to Rameswaram to worship the Sivalingam made with the aid of Sita devi.
Then he got here to this region and stayed in the Thrida Nethra Maharishi’s Ashram.
According to his advice, he made a golden cow and stayed upon it for four days. Later he donated it to a Brahmin.
The Brahmin offered the gold and built this temple. As the gold were given from Sri Rama turned into the cause in the back of the formation of this temple, this vicinity is called as “Sem Ponn Sei Kovil” where Sem Ponn manner pure gold.
Lord Shiva that allows you to get rid of his Brahmagarthi dhosam completed the Ekadasa Rudhra Ashvametha yagam. When the Yagna become about to complete, Lord shiva had the dharsan of Lord Narayana alongside together with his other halves Periya Piratti, Bhoomi Piratti and Nela devi, Lord Brahma and all the devas.
As an wish of Lord Shiva, Lord Narayana is observed via 11 types of Para Shakthi (Godess) inherting the power of all of the 108 Shakthi peedams on those eleven forms inorder to present their devotees Shakthi and Gyana. It’s been stated all the above perumals together gets us out of all our dhosams and sins.
As the Lord gives away love generously to his devotees along side Lord Shiva, he’s referred to as as Perarulaalan (ie) character of generously. Perarulalan offers wealth to his devotees as Lord Ranganatha, Utsavar is named as Hemarangar and Semponn arangar.
Lord Shiva and Vishnu merging into a sing deity blesses us at all the eleven Thirunaangur Thirupathi’s. The purpose behind the formation of the full number of eleven is the Ashtaksha Mandiram “Om Namo Narayanaya” of 8 syllable reduces in to the “Om Narayanaya” mandiram of 6 syllable to mix with Lord Shivas Panchatsaram “Namashivaya” of 5 syllable to give a complete of 11 syllables – 11 Thirunaangur thirupathi’s.
To indicate the non ending generosity of Perarulaan even for the duration of night time, the Thaayar has the name of Alli (Lilly flower) blooming in night.
In order of appreciate to the Golden cow of Sri Rama, the Vimaanam is known as Kanaka Vimaanam (Kanakam – gold) and Pushkarani Hema Theertham and Kanaka Theertham.
An ancient notice registered the temple says that once there lived a Brahmin Mukunda elder son of Kashyaba. He chanted the Ashtaksha Mandiram continuously for 32 thousand times right here to advantage abundant wealth from Perarulaalan and became succeded in his attempt.
This is the best temple among the 108 divya desam, where Lord Himself raised the fund to construct this temple. In this temple, Lord Vishnu blesses devotees going through east. In this temple, Lord is praised as Semponnarangar, Herambar and Perarulalan.The Vimana above the sanctum is referred to as kanaka vimanam. He is Arulalan in his Paramapatha kingdom. Mother Alli Mamalar Nachiar is gracing the devotees together with Mother Bhoomadevi.
In this location,the grand Garuda seva is done along with the eleven Perumals of Thirunaangur Thirupathi’s. The cause at the back of the formation of the full range of 11 is the Ashtaksha mantra “Om Namo Narayanaya” of eight syllable reduces in to the “Om Narayanaya” mantra of 6 syllable to combine with Lord Shiva’s Panchatsharam “Namashivaya” of 5 syllable to present a total of eleven syllables ,11 Thirunaangur Thirupathis.
In this place,the grand Garuda seva is performed along with the 11 Perumals of Thirunaangur Thirupathi’s. The reason behind the formation of the total number of 11 is the Ashtaksha mantra “Om Namo Narayanaya” of 8 syllable reduces in to the “Om Narayanaya” mantra of 6 syllable to combine with Lord Shiva’s Panchatsharam “Namashivaya” of 5 syllable to give a total of 11 syllables ,11 Thirunaangur Thirupathis.
The Moolavar of this sthalam is Sri Perarulaalan. Other name are Hema Rangar, Damodharan and Sem Pon Arangar. The Moolavar is in the Nindra (Standing) Thirukkolam facing his thirumugham towards east direction. Prathyaksham for Rudhiran. The Thaayar of this sthalam is Allimaamalar Naachiyar. The Utsavar found in this sthalam is Sri Hema Rangar. Pushkarani:- Nithya Pushkarani.
Vimanam- Kanaka Valli Vimaanam.
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