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Thirukkadaiyur is a temple town located adjoining the city of Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu. The Abirami Temple is associated with the legends of Markandeya and Abirami Pattar. Thirukkadaiyur is famous for the Amritaghateswarar temple dedicated to Lord Shiva where he defeated Yama, the lord of Death. Lord Shiva got married Abhirami here thus came into existence the Goddess Abhirami Shrine. From historical sites to cultural attractions, explore the exhaustive list of all other local attractions in Thirukadaiyur. Check out the list of attractions and activities to do in Thirukadaiyur.

Vaitheeswaran Koil - Chevvai

Vaitheeswaran Koil temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, located in Tamil Nadu. It is just 25 km from Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur. Shiva is worshipped as Vaitheeswaran which means "God of healing" and it is believed that prayers to Vaitheeswaran can cure diseases. In Tamil vaidya means Doctor and Ishvara means God/Master. It is one of the Navagraha temples associated with the planet Mars. People believe that taking bath in the Siddhamirtham tank and praying for Vaitheeswaran in wet clothes, will cure all the skin diseases. Palm leaf astrology, also known as Naadi astrology is famous in this place.

Poompuhar - Beach

Poompuhar Beach is the most popular beach located in Poompuhar, Tamil Nadu, along the Bay of Bengal. Chitra Pournami is an important festival for this beach during the full moon in Tamil month chittrai. It is just 16 km from the Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur. This black sand beach is a popular picnic spot. The most popular attractions is an engraved monument with a bathing scene. The classically built seven tired building is a home to the Silappathikara Art Gallery. The Poompuhar city with the beach plays an important role in South Indian history.

Chidambaram - Thillai Nataraja temple

Chidambaram Temple is also known as Thillai Nataraja Temple, located Chidambaram town, Tamil Nadu - South India. It is just 45 km from the Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur. This Hindu temple is dedicated to Shiva, Lord of dance. The temple has influenced worship, architecture, sculpture and performance art for over two millennium. This temple is one of the five Pancha Bootha Sthalams representing akasha.

Thirunellaru - Sani

Thirunallar is a small town in Karaikal - Puducherry. It is just 30km from Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur and is famous for the shrine of Lord Sani (Saturn). Tirunallar Saniswaran Temple is dedicated to Lord Darbharanyeswaran, a form of Lord Shiva. It is believed that taking bath in Nala Theertam washes off all kinds of misfortunes and afflictions caused by one's past of karmas. Lord Shani or Saturn is said to be the dispenser of karmas.

Thiruvenkadu - Swetharanyeswarar Temple

Swetharanyeswarar Temple is located in the town of Thiruvenkadu. It is just 23km from Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur. The main deity is Swetharanyeswarar - the lord of the white forest, a form of Shiva and his consort Brahmavidya Ambal. The temple is famous for Budhan Shanthi. The place is also famous for its unique structure of pools in temples. The temple has 3 pools and 3 gods, there is a belief that whoever takes bath in all the pools will be free from their problems. The temple is considered as equivalent to the Kashi Vishwanath Temple.

Keezha Purumpallam - Kethu Sthalam

The Naganatha Swamy Temple is also known as Kethu Sthalam, represents Navagraha(celestial bodies) Kethu. It is located in the village of Keezhaperumpallam, Tamil Nadu. It is just 24kms from Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur. The presiding deity is Ketu. However, the main idol in the temple is Naganatha Swamy. Devotees believe that worshiping in this temple will get rid of Naga dhosham, Kethu dhosham, and marriage related problems. Here, Lord Kethu is offered with Lilly flowers, horse gram, and multi-colored cloths.

Tarangambadi Beach

Tharangambadi was formerly known as Tranquebar, is a town in the Nagapattinam - Tamil Nadu. It lies 9km from the Hotel Sadhabishegam, Thirukadaiyur. There are many artifacts built by the Danish, which are the major tourists' attractions. Danish Fort, Danish Museum, and Fort Dansborg are the major attractions. Zion Church talks about the colonial rule in this region.

11 Divyadesams of Thirunangur

A group of 11 Vishnu temples at Nangur Nagapattinam district of Tamilnadu collectively called Thirunangur Divyadesams. All these temples are close to each other and are popular Thirumangai Alwar Mangalasasana Utsavam during the Tamil month of thai. It is said that Lord Vishnu has appeared in 11 forms at Thirunangur as requested by Lord Shiva. The 11 Divyadesams of Thirunangur are Thiru Parthanpalli, Thiru Kavalampadi, Manimada Kovil, Thirudevanar Thogai, Thiru Manikoodam, Arimeya Vinnagaram, Vaikuntha Vinnagarm, Thiru Vellakulam, Thirumani Koodam, Thiruteriambalam and Semponsei Kovil.