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Guruvayoorappan Temple Trichy

Guruvayoorappan Temple at Mutharasanallur

Experience the blissful aura of Sri Guruvayoorappan Temple at Mutharasanallur in the Tiruchirapalli district of Tamilnadu. The temple is a replica of the world-famous Sri Krishna temple at Guruvayoor in the state of Kerala and was built with their assistance. This temple follows the same worship protocol used to follow in the main temple. The main deity of this temple is Sri Krishna. Apart from Sri Krishna, there is also a separate sanctum for Ayyapan, Vinayaka, Karupannaswamy, Sankaracharya and Shirdi Saibaba.

This beautiful temple is also having a pond with a beautiful 12-pillared mandapam carved with various god sculptures and a small 4-pillared mandapam, at the center. The main attraction of this temple is, at the south-west corner of the pond, the Gajendra Moksha incident is depicted with statues of Lord Vishnu, an elephant, and a crocodile. Here we can also see a golden lotus fixed in the pond which looks like the Golden Lotus in the temple pool at the Meenakshi Amman Temple in Madurai. Another main attraction of this temple tank is, there is a playful sculpture of a semi-reclining Pillaiyar reading a book in front of the entrance of the pond. You can witness the mix of Kerala-style architecture in the sanctum, with intricate wooden works and traditional Dravidian architectural style at the mandapam of the temple pond. The temple is also famous for its daily rituals and offerings, which are performed with utmost devotion and dedication.

Gajendra Moksha

The Temple is situated in a small village called Muthurasanallur, which is at a distance of about 7 km from Chathiram Bus Stand at Trichy on the Trichy - Karur highway and about 250 meters from the Muthurasanallur railway station.

The temple has very good vibrations and it is really a gift to visit this temple. It's a great boon for devotees who can't able to visit the Guruvayoorapan temple in Kerala. Never miss the opportunity to visit this temple on your trip to Trichy.

Guruvayoorappan Temple Timings

5.30 am - 11 am & 5.30pm - 8pm