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Kaattu Azhagiya Singar Srirangam, Tiruchirappalli

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  • Lord Narasimha is so natural. It is believed Kamba Ramayan was done arangetram in this sannidhi within Raganath temple. You must visit. 
    Lord Narasimha is so natural. It is believed Kamba Ramayan was done arangetram in this sannidhi within Raganath temple. You must visit.  more »
  • Kaattu Azhagiya Singar Srirangam is a very nice and divine temple . Narasimmar statue is seen in a huge form 
    Kaattu Azhagiya Singar Srirangam is a very nice and divine temple . Narasimmar statue is seen in a huge form  more »
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  • This one of the best ancient narasimhar temple around trichy with Lakshmi.. clean atmosphere and well maintained by the temple management, it is just 2 km away from Sri ranganathar temple, located very close to srirangam railway station! Jambheshwar temple is not also not too far! 👍🏻🙏🏻
  • The temple is one of the 108 Divya Desams, or sacred Vishnu temples, that are revered in the Vaishnavite tradition. It is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and is known for its beautiful architecture and intricate carvings. Visitors to the temple can participate in various rituals and ceremonies, such as puja (worship) and aradhana (offerings). The main deity worshipped at the temple is Lord Kattazhagiya Singperumal, who is depicted in a standing posture with four arms. The temple also houses several other deities, including Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Narasimha, and Lord Ranganatha. The temple is open to visitors Time: 6.15 Am – 12.00 Pm ; 5.00 Pm – 8.00 Pm, and there are no entry fees. It is recommended to dress modestly and follow the temple's rules and regulations while visiting. The temple attracts a large number of devotees and tourists throughout the year and is a popular destination for those interested in Hinduism and temple architecture.

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