Pachaivazhiamman Koil Arch
Pachaivazhiamman Koil Front view
Pachaivazhiamman Koil Back view
This temple is an ancient temple having three-and-half year old centuries history since its inception. There is an old neem tree survives here which stands as a spectator for the ancient history of this temple.
Devotees offering Pongal, at the back centuries old Neem Tree
Centuries old Neem Tree roofing the Koil and 7 Munisvarans
In that temple there are so many Vaghanams (Vehicle) are available for carrying the deity during the festivals and for Veethi Ursavam (Street Stroll). Among them the most famous one is Mayil Vaghanam (Peacock Vehicle) which is an oldest one being offered by the devotee late Shri.Mannatha Counder, Landlord, Ariyankuppam,
Pachaivazhiamman Koil Mayil Vaghanam
By following the spiritual activities of late Shri.Mannatha Counder, his grandson by name Shri.R.Perumal has also offered a mega Grill Gate which stands as an Entrance Gate to the temple just facing the Tallest Kodi Maram (Flag Post).
Tallest Kodi Maram in front of the Mega Grill Gate
The special features about the Goddess Pachaivazhiamman Koil is their followers are being called as Munisvarans, who being seven in numbers and be sitting one-after-one. Among them the Vazhumuni is the youngest Munisvaran, who sits as a fifth from left-to-right in the order of their sitting, who being seems to be tallest and daring deity.
Order of sitting of Munisvarans
Vazhumunisvaran with other Munis
Devotees stand nearby Munisvaran Deity
Devotees during festival
Devotees viewing Deity
Inside the temple, there are separate Pragarams (Mini Temple) for each deity namely Dhakshinamoorthy, Vinayagar, Murugaa, Saraswathy, Lakshmi, Easwari, Saneeswaran, Neela Varani Santhavelliamman, Mannathasamy and just opposite the temple there is a deity whose name is Athiveeran who guards the Amman and under the centuries-old Neem Tree there is a temple for Nagamman.
There are so many festivals and important days have been observed in this temple among them, the Pongal Festival (Thanks giving day) during the 1st of Thai Maatham (14th or 15th of January of every year) and Neruppu Thiruvizha (Sacred fire touching day) which comes during the month of August of every year. Nearby the Temple, there is a Wedding Hall belongs to the Koil Committee therein so many Marriages and other Ceremonies have been held for every year and the rent is also fair and normal.
It is hereby informed to the devotees that the above Photos are only sample Photos of the abovesaid Koil and it will be updated periodically and the devotees are kindly requested to visit the following websites for knowing furthermore information about this centuries old Hindu temple: