Navagaraha Sthala or Temple

Navagaraha Sthala – Navagraha Temple
Navagraha Temples near Kumbakonam
are famous for the the Navagraha Parihara. They are:

  • Suriyanar Koil for Suriyan
  • Thingaloor for Chandran
  • Vaitheeswaran Koil for Chevvai
  • Thiruvenkadu for Budha
  • Thiru Alangudi for Guru Bhagwan
  • Kanjanoor for Sukra
  • Thirunallaru for Shani
  • Thirunageswaram for Rahu
  • Keezha Perumpallam for Ketu


Navagraha Temples are also situated near Thirunelveli

  • Srivaikuntam for Suriyan
  • Thiruvaraguna Mangai (natham) for Chandran
  • Thirukolur for Chevvai
  • Thirupuliyangudi for Budha
  • Thirukurugoor (Azhwar Thirunagari) for Guru
  • Thenthiruperai for Sukran
  • Perungulam (Thirukuzhandai) for Sani
  • Thirutholaivilli Mangalam North Koil for Rahu
  • Thirutholaivilli Mangalam South Koil for Ketu


Navagraha Temple near Chennai

  • Gnayiru Temple Near Nerkundram for Suriyan
  • T.Nagar Pondybazzar Agastiar Koil for Chandran
  • Villivakkam Agasthiar Temple for Chevvai
  • Thiruvalangadu for Budhan
  • Padi (Chennai-Avadi) for Guru
  • Vellieswaram Koil at Mylapore for Sukran
  • Ekambareswaram Koil at Thangasalai near Pookadai (Paris corner) for Sani Or Sanieswara temple at West Mambalam
  • Malleswarar Temple near Paris corner for Rahu or Kundrathur Nageswarar Tempel for Rahu
  • Thiruvotriyur Padapakkanathar for Rahu.


Navagraha Temple near Thirunangoor (Vaishnava navagraha Temples)

  • Thiruven Purudothamam for Suriyan
  • Thirumani koodam for Chandran
  • Thiru Parthanpalli for Chevvai
  • Thirukavalam padi for Budhan
  • Thirumani Madakoil for Guru
  • Thiru tetriambalam for Sukran
  • Thiruvellakulam for Sani
  • Thiru Arimeya Vinnagaram for Rahu
  • Thiru vaikunta Vinnagaram for Ketu
  • Thiru Devanar Thogai for Kuligan.

Navagraha Temple near Thirunelveli & Tuticorin

  • Papanasam for Suriyan
  • Cheranmadevi for Chandran
  • Kodakanallur for Chevvai
  • Thenthiruperai for Budhan
  • Murappanadu for Guru
  • Serntha Poo Mangalam for Sukran
  • Srivaikuntam for Sani
  • Kunnathur for Rahu
  • Rajapathi for Ketu


Navagraha Temple near Thoothukudi (Tuticorin)

  • Srivaikuntam for Suriyan
  • Thiruvaragunamangai for Chandran
  • Thirukolur for Chevvai
  • Thirupuliyangudi for Budhan
  • Thirukurugur (Azhwar Thirunagari) for Guru
  • Thenthiruperai for Sukran
  • Perungulam (Thirukulandai) for Sani
  • Thirutholaivilli mangalam Vadaku koil for Rahu
  • Thirutholaivilli mangalam theruku koil for Ketu


Temples prayed by Navagrahas

Temples prayed by Suriyan

  • Konark at Orisa
  • Jambai at south Arcot District
  • Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh
  • Thirukandiyur Veeratalam near Thiruvaiyaru
  • Suriyanar Uchikilan Kottam near Poompuhar
  • Thirupuravar panankattur near Villupuram
  • Nageswara swami Koil at Kumbakonam

Temples prayed by Chandran

  • Somnath
  • Thiruvarur
  • Thirupathi
  • Thiruvkoilur
  • Thiruvanmiyur
  • Thirukattalai
  • Thirukarukavoor
  • Thiruvidaimarudur
  • Chandrasekarapuram near Kudavasal

Temples prayed by Chevvai

  • Pazhani
  • Srimushnam
  • Thirupudai Marudur near Cheranmadevi
  • Thiruchirukudi near Mayiladuthurai

Temples prayed by Budhan

  • Meenkashi temple at Madurai
  • Thirupuvanam


Temples prayed by Guru

  • Thiruchendur
  • Thenkudi Thittai (near Thanjavur to Kumbakonam)
  • Govindapadi Agaram
  • Thiruvahindrapuram
  • Thiruthevur (Nagapattinam to Thiruvarur road

Temples Prayed by Sukran

  • Srirangam Ranganatha Sthalam (ultimate Sukra Sthalam)
  • Thirunavalur near Panruti
  • Thiruvelliyangudi

Temples prayed by Sani

  • Kuchanur (near Theni)
  • Sri Vanjiyam (near Nannilam)
  • Thiruparankundram (Near Madurai)
  • Thiruchengode
  • Thiruvanaikoil (in Tiruchi)
  • Kodumudi

Temples Prayed by Rahu

  • Thirupampuram (near Kumbakonam)
  • Kalahasti (Near Thirupathi – Andhra)
  • Chidambaram
  • Nagarkoil
  • Peraiyur Naganathaswamy Temple (pudukottai – Ponnamaravathi Road)
  • Thatha Mangalam Pampalamman Koil – near Tiruchi
  • Vedaranyam
  • Nagapattinam
  • Nageswara Swami Koil at Kumbakonam

Temples Prayed by Ketu

  • Kalahasti (Near Thirupathi – Andhra)
  • Rameswaram
  • Chithra Gupta Temple at Kanchipuram
  • Chithra Gupta Temple at Thiruvannamali

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