For those for whom marriages get delayed.
People who are unable to get suitable Alliance ,in Tamil Nadu , generally visit Thirumanancherry ,perform certain Rituals nd this practice is reported to be producing good results.
I came to know of an older Temple near Mayuram (Myiladuthurai Kuttalam).
Praying at this Temple of Lord Manavaleswarar and Parimalasugandhanayagi ensures speedy marriages for those whose marriages are delayed.
The Temple is near Kuttalam(near Mayuram)and on the way to Vanaathirajapuram.
The Temple is reported to be old and the details are.
I understood the following procedure is to be followed.
Perform Yagna at the Temple, which starts around 11 am.
These Yagnas are to be performed on Mondays.
It is very auspicious if it is performed on the days of Full Moon which falls on Monday.
The charges payable at your convenience, though they charge Rs. 285.
You may buy two Archanai materials from the shops.
The Boy or Girl is tied with a Gangana(band on the Wrist) at the Sannidhi of Parimalasugandhanayagi.
Deepas(You can get them at the shops near the temple) have to be lit .
The number of Deepas is equivalent of the Age one to be married.
Then one has to sit in Yagna, which is likely to take three hours.
After the Yagna, the Temple priest calls one by one and advises them as to the number of days they have to come to the Temple.
The Temple is reported to be yielding good results for those who worship there with faith.
The nearest Town for stay is Mayuram(Myiladuthurai)
Parvati once expresses her desire to have the experience of an earthly wedding to Shiva. This story is believed to be in fulfillment of this wish expressed by her. A dispute in Mount Kailash occured over a game of chess. In accordance with the verdict of Shiva, Parvati recedes to an earthly life and amidst her wandering reaches a place called Komal, where Lord Vishnu assumes a form of a cowherd to take care of his sister. He releases her from the clutch of the curse in a place called ‘Thiruvaaduthurai’ and Parvati sheds her assumed cow’s form and takes Her normal form in ‘Kuthaalam’ in the sacrificial fire of Sage Bharata Muni. Shiva and Parvati then unite in marriage in Thirumanancheri. Shiva is also called as ‘Sonavaararivaar’ for keeping up His word.
God Vishnu, upset over the events, wanted to reconcile the couple. He went to Shiva to justify his case. Shiva told Vishnu about Parvati’s wish to experience a wedding on earth and assured Vishnu that all events would lead to that end. He also told Vishnu to take the cow to bathe in the Cauvery so she could regain her original form. Vishnu did so and soon Parvati was herself again.
Parvathi was then instructed to go and live as the daughter of Bharata Muni, a saint living nearby. The story goes that Bharata Muni approached Shiva for his hand in marriage to Parvati, thereby granting her wish that she be married on earth.
Udhvaganathar looks as groom in this moolasthanam and Ambal is bride, God and Goddess exhibits their view of newly married couple status in the south prakaram. Mangala Ragu God exhibits his view of with his full body near Lord Durgadevi in the north prakaram. This scene are giving significance of this temple. In this place Rathi and Manmathan join together. By grace of lord Uthvaganathar Rathi gets Mangalya Pitchai it’s hightly belived who ever adorn with garland to the Lord Udhvaganathar and Goddess Kokilambal are relieved from their curse and sin besides gets wedding in an earlier stage.
The specialty of the Temple is that it does not have Navagrahas and it has no Dwajasthamba.
The Temple is in a dilapidated condition.
Ack. Ms.Abhayam Sekaran.