Nagapattinam (nākappaṭṭinam, previously spelt Nagapatnam or Negapatam) is a town in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu and the administrative headquarters of Nagapattinam District. The town came to prominence during the period of Medieval Cholas (9th–12th century CE) and served as their important port for commerce and east-bound naval expeditions. The Chudamani Vihara in Nagapattinam constructed by the Srivijayan king Sri Mara Vijayattungavarman of the Sailendra dynasty with the help of Rajaraja Chola I was an important Buddhist structure in those times. Nagapattinam was settled by the Portuguese and, later, the Dutch under whom it served as the capital of Dutch Coromandel from 1660 to 1781. In November 1781, the town was conquered by the British East India Company. It served as the capital of Tanjore district from 1799 to 1845 under Madras Presidency of the British. It continued to be a part of Thanjavur district in Independent India. In 1991, it was made the headquarters of the newly created Nagapattinam District. Nagapattinam is administered by a Selection-grade municipality covering an area of 17.92 km (6.92 sq mi) and had a population of 102,905 as of 2011.
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I am Sandamalie Fernando from Sri Lanka. The three days was great. Leon was very helpfull and obliging. Room service food location fantastic. Veera was absent but Leon made up for it. Umapathy, loganadan, Alex was very helpfull. Thank you everybody. I wrote a review earlier but couldn't put my name. So here I am writing again briefly. Will recommend the hotel to everybody. Thank you once again. See you again next year.
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Nalan ,Emperor of Nitatha country was in the grip of untold miseries and misfortunes, worshiped Saneeswarar at Thirunallaaru after having a dip in the tank infront of the Dharbaneswara temple. and fully emancipated,exonerated . and hence it iscalled as Nalan Theertham. The temple was built during the Chola period and the caiva Nayanmaars have visited this temple,which has five tiers gopuram. Saneeswarar ,on his golden crow vehicle with a sword on the right hand extends and showers His blessings on the northern side of the main deity.,Dharbaneswarar.
Saneeswarar,son of the Sun and Chaya Devi was born after a long and tedious Tapas. and so He is destined to punish the persons committing sins.
Visitors can pay their obeisance on any day between 7.3.am and 12 noon and 2pm to 7 pm.
Saneeswarae will reside on each RASI for 30 months. For each and every human being ,there are four types of affliction of Sani by which they have to suffer or enjoy. They are 1. Janma Sani (Kanda Sani) 2., Arthaashtama Sani 3.,Attaamathu Sani, 4. Aezharai Naattu Sani, First time occurrence of Azharai Sani is is called as MANGU SANI , second time occurrence is ..PONGUSANI and the third time occurrence is MARANA SANI or PATHA SANI according to Astrology. No body could escape from the eye sight of Saneeswara Bhagavaan. One cannot prevent the downpour, lightening and storm but could protect by an umbrella.. VAKKIRA PERIOD OF SANI over Moola Star: 29.4.2018 to 11.9.2018 . 12.8.2019 to 13.9.2019. Pooradam Star: 10.5.2019 to 11.8.2019. 17.7.2020 to 16.9.2020. Uthiraadam Star : 2.5.2020 to 16.7.2020
Saneeswarar displaces on 19.12.2017, Tues Day, Markazhi monthof Hevilambi year from Viruchika Rasi to Dhanusu Rasi at 9.30.am. into the abode of GURU.
The net results are:1. Literate and illiterate will have spiritual clearance 2. Members of joint and traditional family will establish themselves. 3. There will be true,correct and bitter court judgements and strictures on politicians, rulers and officials.4.Syllabi of the educational system will be changed.5. There will be lacuna in Bank services.
to the displacement of Saneeswarar from the abode of CEVVAI ,Mars.
The tourists and the worshipers are requested 1. not to leave their old and used footwear, clothing in the Nala Theertham i.e. the tank 2.not to litter every where 3.not to pollute the neat and tidy environment of Thirunallaaru.
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With my friend, visited this place last month with lots of enthusiasm inside, but sadly I could see only beggars around the temple., all around beg for money and some others chant 'Naadi Naadi'. The complete city looks under developed, with the resident looking for ways of looting visitors. Quite pathetic.
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This is the perfect setting for a historical novel or a romance. The fort, almost perfectly maintained stands by the sea, a sentinel through the centuries. The museum inside is a must visit, it has large panels of text and if you have the time to read them, they unfold a fascinating story of intrigue and chivalry and tell little known tales about the Danes who lived here and built the fort.
Some artefacts from the time are well preserved.
The brick wall in the sea is a marvel, seeing that it has withstood time and the sea's onslaught. .
Definitely a must, if you like wandering through forts and have a penchant for history.
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Very few temples have the lord vishnu in sleeping posture atop adhiseshan or snake This is on banks of cauvery few kms from main Mayiladuthurai town Beautiful temple with great sculptures Spend time to look on each and every pillar and you will be astonished
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The visit was overdue as i had decided to visit the shrine. It's all about faith and belief. Marvel the manner in which the whole area is managed. i saw people from different faiths there either asking favours or having come to thank
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Durgah is very powerful and we are visting here last 20years. This is a place where mixing of muslim and hindu cluture. The Hazarath Sahul Hamid famously known as Quadir Wali very popular in protecting his believers and protects islam. He is very famous for miracles.
Here some of people in durgah made business, plays with pilgrims sentiments. Holywater costs 10 to 20 Rupees. Here every body will demand money in durgah. At every point of visting in durgah this type of money agents seen. There is no control by the Durgah Committee on this people. Because of this type of people visitors are gradually decreases.
I give 5star rating for Quadir wali baba, and also give 0 stars for those money people who are playing with pilgrims sentiments.
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A trip to Velangini is naturally a journey of devotion and satisfaction for a faithful. While devotees throng the main Basilica for adoration, is an essential feature, visiting Velangini to see the evolution of new Churches/chapels/Statutes in itself is so rewarding.
Morning Star Church is a Huge Church designed artistically for devout people. It is said it can accommodate 5000+ people in its Hall. It has a very beautiful Alter and has entrance and exit points in all 4 directions. It's serene, peaceful and it's silence (when empty) can be compared to Lotus Temple of Delhi. Masses are held here as per Schedule and naturally when lots of people visit Velangini during feast times,it must be looking a quite interesting place with hustle bustle.
One must see it for its lovely tastefully architectural designing and landscaping (still under construction). Sure it stands second to main Shrine and after completion of nearby construction will attract many many more pilgrims.
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The Mayuranathaswamy Temple is devoted to Lord Shiva. The temple is known as 'the big temple of Mayiladuthurai’ and the Arulmigu Mayuranathar Temple. According to Hindu mythology, the temple has been referred by different names such as the Sikliandipuram, Brahmavanam, Sudavanam and Brahmapuram.
In order to perform penance, Goddess Parvati took rebirth in the form of a peahen in this region. Thus, the place is known as Mayavaram and Mayuram. Lord Shiva, the presiding deity of the temple, is known as 'Mayuranatha' which means the husband of Mayuram.
The temple has a Shivalingam and numerous wall paintings. The Kadai Muzhukku, a festival of holy bath, is organised near the temple during the month of Ippasi.
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