Goddess Visalakshi: Goddess Visalakshi is in a standing position on the stage (avudayar) of the linga and is known as Muppeda Nayaki. Those worshipping Kasi Viswanatha and Visalakshi are bound to enjoy a happy marital life.
Madurai Kalahasti: Lord Shiva is in the form of air in Kalahasthi, so in the Pazhanganatham temple as the flame of the lamp in goddess sanctorum is ever shaking. Also Patanjali is the ruler for Rahu and Ketu. Those afflicted by the disadvantageous aspects of Rahu and Ketu are advised to worship Patanjali. Couple separated from each other gets united if they worship him with jasmine garlands.
Speciality: Devotees also offer things to Patanjali equal to their weight, called Thulabaram. Those aspiring to perform yoga and meditation may sit under the Vilwa tree here facing north and they are sure to have enlightenment. They develop memory power, progress in education and aspire for wisdom. Yoga classes are conducted here each Sunday.
Shiva Dakshinamurthy: Lord Shiva here is facing south as Dakshinamurthy with Japamala in the right hand, palm leaf in the left hand, Ganga in the head, the snake in the upper right hand and fire in the upper left hand while the seven Rishis (Saptha Rishis) standing before him. He is clad in tiger skin.
Kanaka Durga: Though we find either Vishnu Durga or Shiva Durga in temples, it is Kanakadurga in this temple. People perform Poojas to Kanakadurga with yellow flowers during the Rahukala time on Tuesdays and Fridays (3.00 to 4.30 p.m) on Tuesdays and 10.30 to 12.00 a.m. on Fridays) for relief from debt burdens. They are blessed with wealth, believe he devotees.