Sri Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Temple - Mugappair

For having children recite Santana Gopala mantra.

Make a prayer to Santana Gopala by chanting the following mantra 108 times a day for 108 days after bath.

Santana Gopala Mantra:
Om Devaki Sut Govinda Vasudeva jagat pathe Dehimey Thanayam Krishna Twamaham Sharanam Gataha Deva Deva Jagannatha Gothra Vridhi Karap Prabho Dehimey Thanayam Sheegram Ayushmandham Yashashreenam!


Meaning: O son of Devaki and Vasudeva, the Lord of the Universe O Krishna! give me a son; I take refuge in you Nagaraja is the devata for Kutumba Vridhi.

Sri Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Temple at Mugappair

Sri Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Temple is located at Mogappair, literally means blessed with a child, in Chennai. This name symbolizes the belief that the Lord of Sri Santhana Srinivasa Perumal shrine provides the childless couples the most wanted blessing of little babies. Due to this belief childless couples throng to this holy place and offer their prayers, and it is said that their wishes have come true after the visit of this shrine. The Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Temple has been conducting many major religious festivals, one to note is Brahmotsavam. With the Brahmotsavam in full swing, the popular abode of Perumal wears a celebrity look with people thronging its boundaries, waiting to get a glimpse of the Lord and His Consort, decorated with precious jewels and full of colorful flowers, as they move out in the surroundings on a variety of vahanams to bless devotees.

Mogappair was once Maga-p-peru (meaning "blessed with a son"). This name derived from the belief that the deity in the Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Koil there granted the blessing of parenthood to childless couples. After persistent mispronunciation, the name `evolved' to its present form.

This 650 years old temple is very powerful to give the boon of a child (santhanam) which is called Maha-Peru in Tamil and that's how the place became Mugappair. The main deity Santhana Srinivasar is 9.5 feet high. Couples praying for child take the Santhana Srinivasar vigraham in their lap as part of their prayer. Thulaparam is also being done. Poojas are taking place throughout the day till the Ekantha Seva in the night as in Thirumala.

From Mugappair if u r coming in Metro Bus - get down at GOLDEN FLATS bus stop and from there you can take an Auto for amounts varying from Rs.25/- to Rs. 50/- to the temple.

If you are coming in private vehicle you can take left before Ambattur Industrial Estate Arch, which you get when u drive from Mugappair to Ambattur Estate (Vavvin) From that left it will straight lead to the temple. There you can very well ask anybody which is very nearer to the temple area.


Contact temple Volunteer:
Shri.G.Jayaprakash
(son of M.S.Ganesan - Parambarai Tharmakartha - Sri Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Aalayam - Mugappair)
HP: +91-9841755021
e-mail: jaiprakash.g@gmail.com

For more Information
You may contact the temple office at Tel: +91-44-26248117,
E-mail: sssptemple@gmail.com

6 comments:

jayaprakash ganesan said...

Thank u Mam.. for writing few good things abt my temple in ur Blog..

Regards,
Jayaprakash.G
(Son of M.S.Ganesan- Parambarai Tharmakartha: Sri Santhana Srinivasa Perumal Temple)

Vidhoosh said...

Also please leave your phone number and email. so that, if any one wants to contact the temple, they can easily contact you.

Anonymous said...

Jayaprakash
HP: +91-9841755021
e-mail: jaiprakash.g@gmail.com

seenu said...

As a devotee & volunteer of Sri santhana srinivasa temple i have more self experience in my life

Regards,
srinivasan
Material Controller
Contech Engineering
Dubai
U.A.E
srinivastvj@gmail.com

Jivan said...

Hello,i had one question,can a pregnant lady pray from far away country and when she delievers her child,then she can come there nd offer her prayers or she has to visit before she conceives?is it strictly for childless couples or even for couples wishing for a son??

Siddharth said...

That's interesting! Can you please share more about it? Thank you.


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