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About Temple

Sri pattani swamy god is protector of all villages & houses in india who is traveling village to village in mid night on white cloths. This god’ travelling can be know from sudden Jasmine smell & sometime dogs barks. He give punishments to bad people while helps to good ones. Sri pattani swamy god is very curel god who gives vast punishments for bad people. In his human past life, he was person who protect law in society when Sakanda Kumara’s human life. Sri pattani swamy means this god need to be invited when use mantra science & related works, he gives permission to work mantra. It is popular he have white horse.Pattani samy principal role is being a protector and a hero. he is usually considered to be the caste deity of the Nadar, and other castes found in the southernmost Tamil Nadu. This deity is very popular in the southern districts. Pattani samy usually be with horse.

Personal Qualities of a Worshiper

The person, who worships this powerful Sūniyam Deviyo, should have the following personal attributes.

Do not be a miser
Do not be a bad tempered person
Do not speak nonsense
Do not criticize others
Do not gossip
Do not hurt others
Do not lie
Do not cheat
Do not consume alcohol
Do not be a libertin
Worship Procedures

First, one should have a bath and dress with a clean and white garments. Then, the person should observe purity. Next, a lamp should be lighted along with green flowers in a well cleaned place, which is sprinkled with perfume, fumigated with gum benzoin (Sambarani) and scented with burning of camphor (Katpuram).

SUDALAI MADAN SWAMY

Sudalai Madan or Madan, is a regional Tamil male deity who is popular in South India, particularly Tamil Nadu. He is considered to be the son of Shiva and Parvati. He seems to have originated in some ancestral guardian spirit of the villages or communities in Tamil Nadu, in a similar manner as Ayyanar.

Madan’s principal role is being a protector and a hero (Veeran). He is the divinity of the dispossessed. Madan is usually considered to be the caste deity of the Thevar, Naidu, Pillai, Senguntha Mudaliyar, Pallar/Mallar, Konar, Nadar, and other castes found in the southernmost Tamil Nadu. This deity is very popular in the southern districts. Large Madan temples are rare. Madan shrines usually consist of simple stone platforms with stone pillars. They are usually located at the outskirts of the villages. Sometimes Madan is painted on the pillar and sometimes he is represented in sculpture form, but frequently those pillars are only white, daubed with red marks. When Madan is represented iconographically, he is usually standing in a threatening position, carrying weapons (Sickle, club, sword, cleaver, whip) in both hands.

Owing to the non-Vedic origin of this deity, rituals in most Madan temples are officiated by non-Brahmin priests.

Each Caste or families will have their own Madan temple in their villages

PECHIYAMMAN

periyachiamman is also a form of kali….but not parvathi avatharam…she is saraswati’s avatharam…. PERIYACHI’S ORIGIN once upon a time when there was asura kulam…one asuran aset his town pupils to worship him as the maha avathar…but day past..they got fed up and set a alter in the cemetry..to worship kali….one day the king’s wife thadagai got pregnent and was abt to labour…but somhow the village pupils got to know that if that child is gonna step in to the world…the whole is gonna be in his control….and atharma will be ahead …so this village people when kali and prayed…to help them …and kali send saraswathi to handle this mater…and she came down as a maruthuvachi ….and thadagai got labour pain..and saraswathi when in at thet moment and took vishwaroopam……as sri maha ugra periachi… and took her and layed her on her lap and tear open her womb and got that asurans baby in her left hand and took thadagais intestine and ate and drunk the blood of her…….and so thats how periachi got so ugram….. SARVAM PECHI MAYAM

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