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Om Shakthi Temple Melmaruvathur Timings, History and Distance

Om Shakthi Temple also known as Melmaruvathur Adhiparasakthi Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to divine mother Adhi Para Sakthi. It is one of the most famous temples in Tamilnadu. Devotees keep the garland of Om Shakti when they visit Om Shakthi Temple.

Arulmigu Adhiparasakthi Siddhar Peetam is in Melmaruvathur, 65 km from the district of Kancheepuram, in the state of Tamilnadu. 

During the festival, the Om Shakthi Temple is beautifully decorated with flowers and lights. People come from all over the world and from different states of India to visit and experience the sacred atmosphere of the Om Shakthi Temple.

Check out Melmaruvathur Temple Darshan Timings with Aarti Timing, Pooja Timings, Festivals Schedule and details about online darshan booking.

Om Shakti Temple Timings

Temple TimingsOpening TimeClosing Time
Morning3:00 AM1:00 PM
Evening3:00 PM8:00 PM

Entry Free: Free

Note

  • On Sunday, Tuesday, Friday, Newmoon Day, Fullmoon Day and Siddhar Peedam festival there is no break in darshan.
  • The times listed are not exact. On certain special occasions, it might change.

Om Shakti Temple Pooja Timings

DaysPoojaTime
Monday to SundayOpening of the Sanctum Sanctorum3:00 AM
Monday to SundayAbishekam to the Suyambu and the Presiding Deity3:00 AM – 4:00 AM
Monday to SundayAlangaram4:00 AM – 5.30 AM
Monday to SundayMaha Deeparathanai & Public Darshan Starts5:30 AM
Monday to SundayThe temple will be open till 8:00 PM for Public Darshan8:00 PM
Note – The times listed are not exact. On certain special occasions, it might change.
Om Shakti Temple Melmaruvathur

Festivals Celebrated at Melmaruvathur Temple

  • Thai Poosam And Irumudi
  • Amma’s Birthday
  • Chitra Pournami
  • Aadi Pooram
  • Navarathri

Melmaruvathur Temple History

It is interesting to know about the story of Om Shakti Temple. 

The place has been considered sacred for the last 2000 years. This is the place where the lives of 21 Siddha men and women are buried. These Siddhars belong to different religions.

This is the holy land where the woman smells Siddhar and gives blessings. In this sacred land at Melmaruvathur, where the present Siddhar Pidam is worshipped, stood a neem tree and a large snake’s den beneath it.

One day in the 1960s, milk started coming from that neem tree. Surprised by this miracle, the people of the surrounding village drank the flowing milk and realized that it was a divine event. Although neem juice is always bitter, milk is delicious and sweet.

On November 28, 1966, there was a severe storm in Tamil Nadu. In the pouring rain, a pile of cobras under a neem tree went underwater. The neem tree was also uprooted by the gusts of wind. The self-existent deity emerged under the uprooted neem tree. From then the Om Shakthi Temple became stable and is worshipped in Melmaruvathur.

Melmaruvathur Adhiparasakthi Temple

Melmaruvathur Om Sakthi Temple Detail

Address: Melmaruvathur, Tamil Nadu 603319

Contact Number: 91-04427529199

Website: omsakhtiamma.org

Distance From Om Shakti Temple

  • Kanchipuram – 54 km
  • Bangalore – 304 km
  • Chennai – 97 km

How To Reach Melmaruvathur Temple?

You can easily reach Bangalore or Chennai and from there you will get the means to reach Om Shakti Temple, Melmaruvathur.

By Air

The nearest airport to visit Om Shakti Temple is Chennai Airport at a distance of 77 km.

By Bus

The distance from Bangalore to Om Shakti Temple in Melmaruvathur is 304 km by road. You will get frequent buses from Bangalore.

By Train 

The nearest railway station to visit the temple is Melmaruvathur Railway Station at a distance of 1 km.

Kinjal Jesani
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