Sree Maha Mariamman Temple Timings:
6.00 am to 10.30 am
11.30 am to 1.00 pm (Friday 1.30 pm)
4.00 pm to 8.30 pm (Friday 9.30 pm and Saturday 9.00 pm)
Temple Daily Poojas:
Kalasanthi Pooja : 6.30 am
Uchikala Pooja : 12.00 noon
Sayaratchai Pooja : 6.30 pm
Every Friday Sayaratchai Pooja : 6.00 pm
Arthajama Pooja : 9.30 pm
Every Tuesday Raagukaala Pooja : 4.00 pm
Every Sunday Raagukaala Pooja : 5.30 pm
In the day of Prathosham, Prathosham Pooja & Nithiya Pooja : 5.30 pm
During Raagukaalam, Nithyapooja on Tuesdays 3.45 pm and on Sundays 5.00 pm
Pooja Timings during Margali Masam (Mid – December to Mid – January)
Abishegam : 5.00 am
Abishegam : 6.00 pm
Thiruppalli Eluchi Pooja : 5.30 am
Sayaratchai Pooja : 6.30 pm
Kalasanthi Pooja : 8.00 am
Arthajama Pooja : 9.00 pm
Uchikala Pooja : 11.30 am
NOTE : Poojas will be conducted as per usual for the other months.
Weekly Poojas / Homams:
Tuesdays: Sree Maha Mariamman, Sree Durgai
Wednesday: Sree Saraswathi, Sree Periyachi
Friday: Sree Maha Mariamman, Sree Maha Lakshmi
Every Thursday: Sree Dhakshanamoorthy & Sree Guru Worship, Special Abishegam at 10.30 am, Deepam Worship, Archana, Offering Kadalai Malai.
Every Tuesday: Raagu Kethu Abishegam, Raagu Kaala Pooja for Sree Durga
Sree Vengateshwara Perumal – Sahasranama Archana
Sree Saneeswarar – Special Yellu Deepa Worship
Fortnight Poojas / Prathosham:
Procession of Pradhosha Nayagar and Pradhosha Nayag
Valarpirai Sathurthi (Morning): Sree Ganapathy Special Homam, Special Abishegam, Maha Deeparathana
Sangadahara Sathurthi (Evening): Sree Ganapathy Special Homam, Special Abishegam, Maha Deeparathana
Morning: Special Homam, Special Abishegam, Maha Deeparathana for Sree Maha Mariamman
Evening: Special Navaavarana Pooja and Abishegam for Sree Maha Mehru
Uthiram: Special Homam, Special Abishegam, Maha Deeparathana for Sree Ayyappan
Karthigai: Sree Shanmuga Homam, Special Abishegam, Maha Deeparathana
Thiruvathirai: Ruthra Homam for Sree Sivan, Vithya Homam for Sree Dhakshnamoorthy, Special Abishegam
Sree Maha Mariamman Features:
The most popular legend about Sri Maha Mariamman is related to Sri Renuka Devi, the consort of a great Sage Jamathagni Munivar, who is regarded as the Father of Lord Parasuraman, a reincarnation of Lord Vishnu.
The Sree Maha Mariamman installed in our Temple is unique and of high significance. Originally emerged from Lord Shiva, the Goddess manifested in our moral world in order to destroy the devil forces led by Marasuras and to restore justice. She is the embodiment of Lord Siva. She is seated in our elegant temple in Yishun, with Her left leg folded and the right leg rested, as the celestial Queen of the entire universe. With such grace and enchanting smile, She is lovingly addressed as
Sree Seethala Maha Mariamman:
Her Ornamental Armaments: Magnificently consecrated, with illuminating locks, elegant appearance and beautiful postures, She resides joyfully in Her divine and dazzling golden abode as Sree Maha Mariamman.
She is encircled by 27 invisible Karbavarna Deva forces concealed in Her Sanctum Sanctorum, with Her unique Akshara manifestations, as sculptures unseen anywhere, at Her gigantic Vimanam. Within the Maha Mandapam Her 16 forms of Shodasa Sakthis are installed. Her 108 Sakthis are symbolized by 108 Golden Pinnacles. Their eternal presence is depicted as colourful carvings in the temple halls. The 108 Sakthi Peedhams are eternally present and are spiritually preserved within Sree Maha Mariamman Herself.
To conceptualise Her in a central universal expression, the Temple was architecturally redesigned, depicting Sree Ganapathy on Her right lap and Sree Murugan on the left. New sanctums for Lord Siva and Sree Venkateshwarar on Her right and left represent the Great Mount Kailash and Sree Vaikundam.
In the diverse forms of the Trinity, She is Laxmi, Saraswathy and Sree Durga, and amidst them the Divine mid-wife Periyachi. She, as Navagraha Nayagi, rules the planets and is encircled by serpents as the sacred thread. She caresses Lord Ayyapa and Sree Anjaneyar fondly with Her intellectual brilliance eternally radiant with the new installation of Sree Metha Dakshinamoorthy.
Thus, the verse from Kaarana Agama declares, “Mara Sura Vathothyutha Maha Marithee Naamnathaha”.
Singapore Amman Temple Address:
Sree Maha Mariamman Temple,
251 Yishun Avenue 3,
Singapore – 769061
Contact Number : 67566374 / 67561208, Fax : 67566064