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Mudichur Sri Vidyambigai Temple

Mudichur Sri Vidyambigai Temple

Just at Tambaram and about four kilometres from there in a serene atmosphere, we have a beautiful Siva Vishnu temple. The main deity here would be Sri Vidyambigai and this temple also has Sri Vishnu shrines and it is said that Udayavar (Sri Ramanujar) had climatic issues prohibiting his travel to Sri Perumbudur and he conducted his upanyasam from here.

The temple is famous for Wedding Prayers. When I went to the temple it was about half past ten. Usually the temple gets closed that time in the morning but there was some 60th wedding of some person who has organizied homams for the Lord and hence it was purely His blessing to have the darshan of the Lord inspite of travelling late. The travel from Tambaram to Mudichur is punctuated by buses but the return journey we may need to wait a while or there are share autos, which facilitate ferrying of passengers to Tambaram back. After having darshan of the Lord, I returned to my workplace at about 12 noon.

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KCMCR said…
hello friends

when ever you post details about the temple kinldy give the phone nos of the temple or connected gurrukkal for further assistance

thanks

s.prabhakaran
9841060067
Anonymous said…
Where to get down if we go from tambaram side. or please tell a near landmark if we go by share auto etc.
Anonymous said…
There are two Shiva Vishnu temples with the same name.Bheemeswar Temple-one in Old Tambaram (consort name : Dharmambigai) and another in Mudichur ( Consort name : Vidyambigai). The latter one is the one people go to for marriage boon.Both are serenly beautiful.
Ashwin said…
I stay near to Mudichur.. @KCMCR - i can check and let you know the number..
Ashwin said…
i stay near to Mudichur..
@KCMCR - i can check and let you know the number
Vijay said…
CAN SOMEBODY TELL ME THE PHONE NO OF HTE TEMPLE.

THANKS AND REGARDS

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