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Jambukeswarar Temple Theertham Location and Importance

Sri Jambukeswarar Temple Theertham:

The entry is free entry for all devotees. Taking a holy bath in this theertham or spraying the water on one’s body is believed to eliminate the present Janma Bad Karma. Crowds will be high during Sivaratri holidays, public holidays, Karthika month, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays.

There are 10 temple tanks in Tiruvanaikovil Sri Jambukeswarar Akhilandeswari Temple they are Sreemath Theertham, Rama Theertham, Chandra Theertham, Agni Theertham, Indira Theertham, Akasthiya Theertham, Jambu Theertham, Surya Theertham and Brahma Theertham.

1) Sreemath Theertham:

This Holy Theertham is the water spring located in the Sanctum Sanctorum.

2) Rama Theertham:

Rama Theertham is located outside the temple right opposite to the temple on the other side of G.S.T Road. This Holy Theertham can be seen on the way to Srirangam Temple. Thai Poosam Theppam popularly known as the floating festival will be held here. This pond is full of lotus flowering plants.

3) Chandra Theertham:

This Holy Theertham is located outside the temple.

4) Agni Theertham:

This is the well in the southeast corner of the 3rd Praharam. It is located opposite the Vasantha Mandapam and Nandhavanam temple.

5) Indira Theertham:

This is in the 3rd Praharam opposite Kasi Viswanatha Swami Sannathi.

6) Akasthiya Theertham:

7) Jambu Theertham:

This Theertham is located to the South West 3rd Praharam near the old Jambukeshwara temple, which is Opposite to Sangareshwarar temple and opposite Kubera Linga.

8) Surya Theertham

This Theertham is in the South West corner of the 4th Praharam and is opposite the 1000 pillar mandapam. This Holy Theertham is architecturally built with two stories of Mandapams around the tank. Each mandapam is built with 100 pillars. Float festival is celebrated in this tank in the Tamil month “Aadi” on “Pooram” day (the day when the star is Pooram, which is the Birth star of Akilandeswari).

9) Brahma Theertham

This Theertham is on the Southside of 4th Praharam (South Car Street)

10) Sacred Tree: White Jambu tree

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