Sri Yoga Narsaimha Swamy and
Sri GopalaKrishna Devaru
Sri Yoganarasimha Swami temple is situated in a small village called Chintalavadi on the banks of river Cauvery. The place is about 50 KMs from Trichy on the way to Karur.
The main diety in the temple is Sri Yoga Narasimha Swamy, but you will also find Sri Gopalakrishna Devuru and Sri Prana devaru which are believed to be Vyasarayaru pratista. There is also Lord Sri Venkataramana devestanam in the village with Rayaru (Sri Raghavendra Swamy) Mrithika Brindavanam.
The temple is located in a serene environment with lot of greenary around with trajectory of Cauvery flowing just besides the temple. There are excellent facilities available around the temple for a comfortable stay and for performing sevas.
Kulithalai Raghavendra Rao Family Trust has constructed a function hall very close to the temple. The hall has attached rooms, kitchen and dining. These facilities can be utilized by the devotees at nominal charges as per the details given below. KRFT's endeavor is to provide facilities to the devotees, so that their stay is comfortable and they can attend to their functions and sevas without worrying about the stay.
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16 Nov 2019 (Sat): Ganapathy Homam
17 Nov 2019 (Sun): Laksharchane
Kulithalai Raghavendra Rao Family Trust has constructed a function hall (size 40’X30’) very close to the temple. The hall has attached rooms, kitchen, dining hall with table, chair and can seat about 110 persons. The rooms have attached bathrooms with western commodes.
In order to provide comfortable stay during peak summers, the rooms have been fitted with split ACs.
All items required for Panchamrutha Abhisheka are made available at the temple site at REASONABLE RATES.
|Panchamrutha Abhisheka||10 AM|
|Theertha Prasada||11.30 AM|