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Tiru Agathiyaanpalli (திரு அகடியன்பல்லி வெடரன்யம்)

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Tiru Agathiyaanpalli (திரு அகடியன்பல்லி வெடரன்யம்)
Traditionally known as Vedaranyam.
Primary Deity: Agastheswara (அகஸ்தெஸ்வர, அக்னி புரிஸ்வர)
also known as Agni Pureeswara
Consorts: Baagampiriyaa (பகம்பிரிய)

Travel base, Address references
Located at: Vedaranyam
Near: Nagappattinam
Travelbase: Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India

– near Tiruvarur

Legends and Notes
– Legend has it that Agastya witnessed the divine marriage of Shiva and Parvati here

– Interestingly, the same legend is associated with the Tyagarajar temple at Vedaranyam where a panel depicting the divine marriage is seen behind the Shivalingam in the sanctum

– It is believed that Agasthya built his hermitage here, and trekked up to Vedaranyam each day. Shiva here, is also known as Agnipureeswara

Other Information
This temple is considered to be Siva Sthalam

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