Sri Uchinatheswarar Temple is an ancient temple located in Chidambaram, Tamilnadu. The temple has a traditional South Indian style, with features of a spectacular five-tier architecture, with delightful entrance called 'RajagopuramThis temple is praised in the Devaram hymns of saint Tirunanasambandar. This is the Third Lord Shiva temple on the northern bank of cauvey praised in Devaram Hymns. The temple has one Prakara. The delightful raja gopuram is facing east. Lord Shiva is faces east and Goddess Ambika faces south direction. This is one of the sacred places where Lord Shiva granted darshan to sage Agasthya. Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati appear in their wedding posture behind the shivalinga. There is a shrine housing images of Lord Nataraja and Goddess Shivakami. There are inscriptions form the Nayak period here. Five worship service are carried out each day and the annual festival is celebrated on Vaikasi Vishakam as in Tiruvetkalam. Theertham of the temple is Krupa Samudram. Sthala Vriksham is Gooseberry. The temple is one of the 275 Shiva Sthalams. Devotees offer prayers with the combined blessing bestowed with enormous wealth, peace, harmony and never ending prosperity, eliminating all bad and evil effects and negativeness from planetary positioning, free from disease and bad bondage's.
Eradicate poor health and diseases
Find solution to marital problems
Get rid of losses in business
Keeps you safe & protected against all malefic effects of Saturn
To usher in prosperity, good health and peace
All losses in income can be overcome
Gain authority, power and stability
Morning:6.00 AM to 11.00 AM
Evening: 5.00 PM to 7.15 PM
Somavaram and Sukravaram, Pradosham, Ammavasi, Kiruthigai, Pournami, Vaikasi Visagam, Navratri, Karthigai Somavaram are the festival celebrated in this temple.
Kala Santhi Puja at 8.00 AM
Uchikaalam Puja at 12.00 Noon
Sayarakshai Puja at 6.00 PM