Sri Chendhura Anjaneyar

Sri Chendhura Anjaneyar

Anjana was a lovely young Vaanara* maiden. One day as she was strolling in the sylvan gardens of Kishkindha, the wind god Vayu came by hurriedly and swept her garland away. Anjana was startled and about to get angry with the god, but by then the strong and energetic wind god had realized his folly and returned to apologise. As he cast his eyes on her, he was struck by Manmatha, the god of love. He apologized to her delicately and Anjana was taken in very much by this handsome young man. They married. In time, they had a lovely baby boy. He was called Anjaneya or Anjana's son. He was as intelligent as he was mischievous. Vayu had immense responsibilities and he could not keep them waiting any longer. Having bestowed upon his son his own powers, Vayu bid farewell to a tear-filled Anjana and his lovely young son. Anjaneya was growing to be an unmanageable child. One day, he saw the sun at the break of dawn. He was tempted by what he thought was a luminous orange fruit and leapt skyward to catch it. Surya, the Sun laughed thinking that the little monkey was going to fall down to the earth and hurt himself, but nothing of that sort happened. Instead, the monkey came closer and closer to the sun and he was not even getting scorched! Comprehending the situation it a little too late, Surya ran to Indra, the king of gods, for help. Indra mounted Airavata, his elephant, and rushed towards Anjaneya. The little monkey now excitedly turned his attention to this elephant. But sadly, just then, Indra's thunderbolt struck him and he fell down! Vayu sensed that something was wrong and rushed just in time to hold his son in his arms. He learnt what had happened and was outraged. He broodingly retired into a cave deep in to the earth. The three worlds began to choke and struggle for want of air. The gods panicked and rushed to the creator Brahma for help. Brahma went to Indra and asked him to apologise to Vayu, for he had struck a mere little child with his tremendous thunderbolt. Indra, realizing his folly, did so. Vayu yielded to Indra's apology. Brahma revived Anjaneya. He was now called Hanuman, one whose chin is broken (by the thunderbolt). Vayu asked the little monkey to pay his obeisance to Brahma. The mischievous one did so and when the pleased Brahma told him to ask for a boon, he cleverly asked, 'Give me all the wisdom you have!' Brahma, understanding the magnitude of the little boon, smilingly granted him the boon. For giving away wisdom only multiplied it and did not make the giver any poorer for it! Further, Brahma granted that he would, because of his wisdom, be a Chiranjeevi or an eternal being

Sri Chendhura Anjaneyar (8.00a.m to 10.00a.m)

List of Seva
Per Day
Monthly
Homa Seva(10.00a.m-1.00p.m)
2000
Abisheka Seva
100
Vasthira Seva
100
Flower Seva
50
Neivedhyam Seva
100
Pooja - Doopa - Deepa Seva
50

Deities
  1. Sri Athri Magarishi Paadam
  2. Sri Nava Kannigaigal
  3. Sri Anushya Devi (Aththi Tree)
  4. Sri Sridi Surya Baba
  5. Sri Medha Dakshinamoorthy
  6. Sri Vallalar (Ramalinga Adigalar)
  7. Naga Kanni
  8. Parents Temple
  9. Sri Kuzhandhai Ananda Maha Swamigal
  10. Sri Seshadri Swamigal
  11. Sri Suriya-Chandran
  12. Sri Bala Murugan
  13. Sri Lord Buddha
  14. Sri Mahan Gurunanak
  15. Sri Ramana Maharishi
  16. Sri Veera Brahmam Garu
  17. Sri Mahaveer
  18. Vana devatha
  19. Sri Paal Muneeswarar
  20. Sri Golden Shridi Sai Baba
  21. Sri Kanchi Maha Periyavar
  22. Sri Ragavendrar
  23. Sri Sthala Virutcham - Punnai Tree
  24. Baba Dhuni
  25. Tulasi Maadam(Brindhavanam)
  26. Sri Vinayagar danvantri
  27. Sri Danvantri vinayagar
  28. Sri Kaala Chakram
  29. Peedam Flag
  30. Sri Mahishasuramardhini - (8 Feet)
  31. Jana akarshana yantra peedam
  32. Pancha Deepam
  33. Sri Vasavi Kannika Parameswari
  34. Sri Karthaveeryarjunar
  35. Sri Ashta Naaga Garudan
  36. Sri Paadha Asthi Mandapam
  37. Sri Danvantri Perumal- (8 Feet)
  38. Sri Sudarsana Azhwar
  39. Sri Bala Ranganathar
  40. Sri Pattabhisheka Ramar - (7 Feet)
  41. Goddess Gajalakshmi
  42. Sri Arogya Lakshmi
  43. Dhana akarshana yantra peedam
  44. Sri Sathya Narayana Perumal
  45. Sri Lakshmi Narasimhar
  46. Sri Kurma Perumal
  47. Sri Vani Saraswathi
  48. 468 Siddhars - (form of siva Lingams)
  49. Swarna Annapoorani
  50. Sri Karthikai Kumaran
  51. Karthigai Pengal
  52. Sri Gayathri Devi
  53. Sri Maha Meru
  54. Sri Lakshmi Hyagrivar
  55. Sri Vedanta Desikar
  56. Sri Dattatreya
  57. Sri Manikandan/Sri Iyyappan
  58. Sri Raghu-Kethu
  59. Lakshmi Kuberar
  60. Swarna Akarshana Bhairavar/Sorna kala Bairavar
  61. Sri Maragadheswarar
  62. Sri Maragadhambikai
  63. Ashta bhairavar
  64. Ashta Kaala Bairavar
  65. Sri Vasthu Bhagavan
  66. Ashtadik paalakar
  67. Pancha Bhoothangal
  68. Shri Avtar Baba
  69. Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsar
  70. Sri Agasthiyar
  71. Sri kalyana srinivasar
  72. Sri kamadhenu
  73. Sri Sanjeevi Anjaneyar 9 Feet
  74. Navagraha anjaneyar
  75. Sri Chendhura Anjaneyar
  76. Sri Lakshmi Ganapathi
  77. Sri Bharath Matha
  78. Athi Tree (Anjeer) (Anushya Devi)
  79. Sri Muralidhara Swamigal Parents Temple
  80. Sri Soorya Chandran
  81. Sri Buddha Piran
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