Sattainathar temple, Sirkazhi also called Brahmapureeswarar temple, Thoniappar temple and as Muthu Sattainatar Temple is a famous Shiva Temple which is located in Sirkali, Tamil Nadu. The temple was praised by the Nayanmar Saints in the Holy Text, Thevaram. The temple is big in size, and it is built by the Cholas. The temple priests perform the pujas (rituals) during festivals and on a daily basis.
The temple is maintained by Dharmapuram Adheenam, and they are discharging their part of work in a wonderful manner. There is a separate shrine for Lord Sattanathar, a form of Bhairava, and he is mainly worshipped in order to get relieved from family disputes, court cases and police cases.
Kumbabhishekam also known as Consecration ceremony, is a famous ritual held in the temples, once in 12 years, in order to add more and more divine powers to the deities present in the temple, and it is also performed in order to honour the great almighty.
Kumbabishekams are being done in order to renovate the entire temple and to recharge the powers of the deities present in the temple through mantras, homams, prayers and abhishekams and this method was practiced since Vedic times.
Kumbabishekam for the popular Sri Muthu Sattanatar Temple, Sirkali, is going to be held on 24th May 2023. During this auspicious event, devotees in large numbers, used to gather inside the temple, in order to have a glimpse of their beloved sweet god Sri Muthu Sattanathar, and also to get sprinkled the holy water on their body, since it is considered to be a most worshipful act.
Those who want to donate money for this most auspicious Kumbabishekham event can transfer money to the below mentioned bank account.
SRI MUTHU SATTAINATHAR BAKTHA JANA SABHA
CITY UNION BANK, SIRKALI, IFSC CODE:CIUB0000202
Donors after transferring the money must have to intimate it by sending Whatsapp to the Whatsapp Number, “9384580941”, with their full address and mobile number, in order to get proper receipt from the temple authorities for the donated amount.
“OM SRI MUTHU SATTANATHARAPPA NAMO NAMAHA”