Vedapureeswarar temple Tiruverkadu
About Vedapureeswarar temple
Vedapureeswarar Temple is a Hindu temple devoted to the god Shiva, situated in Thiruverkadu, a Region in Tiruvallur locale in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. Shiva is adored as Vedapureeswarar, and is spoken to by the lingam. His associate Parvati is delineated as Balambigai. The managing god is loved in the seventh century Tamil Saiva authoritative work, the Tevaram, composed by Tamil holy person artists referred to as the Nayanars and delegated Paadal Petra Sthalam.
According to Hindu legend, amid the perfect wedding of Shiva and Parvathi, there was overwhelming group at Kailash, the dwelling place Shiva. Sage Agasthya couldn't see occasion and petitioned Shiva at this place to get him a perspective of the occasion. Satisfied by his commitment, Shiva appeared to the sage and his better half Lopamundra alongside Parvathi in his marriage clothing. Shiva made the place his dwelling place showed up in his marriage stance to Agastya. A similar legend is related with Papanasanathar Temple and Agasthiyar Falls.
Lord Shiva is a swayambumurthy. Lord Shiva and Mother Parvathy are behind the Linga in their wedding form, a special feature in the temple. This is the birth place of Saint Moorka Nayanar, one of the 63 celebrated Saivite Saints.