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Sri Vandi Karuppanasami temple
Moolavar: Karuppanasami
  Amman / Thayar:
  Thala Virutcham:
  Agamam / Pooja :
  Old year: 500 years old
  Historical Name:
  City: Ayyalur
  District: Dindigul
  State: Tamil Nadu
  The Horse festival celebrated once in 7 years by seven villagers together is very famous here.  
 Temple's Speciality:
  Women are not allowed to worship the presiding deity.  
Opening Time:
  The temple is open from 7.00 a.m. to 10.00 a.m. and from 5.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.  
  Sri Vandi Karuppanasami Temple, Ayyalur, Dindigul.  
 General Information:
  Those buying any vehicle, bring it to the temple, perform abishek to the deity and pray for good performance.  Those passing through the temple, stop here and pray for a safe journey.  
  Devotees pray to Karuppanasami to realize their wishes, to get back things lost or stolen, to defeat and drive away spells and witchcrafts, to protect their cattle from diseases. 
Thanks giving:
  Devotees perform abishek to the deity, offer Pongal-pudding nivedhanas, sacrifice goats. 
 Greatness Of Temple:
  Devotees pray for the health and safety of their cattle.  They make clay dolls of the animal – sheep, cow, dog and the like for whose safety they prayed for and place them in the temple.  This is called ‘Eedu Sumathuthal.’  They also pray to offer the meat of a goat in a pot – called Kuttamutti – to get back their stolen articles, to defeat spells and witchcrafts.
People of seven surrounding villages gather to celebrate the Horse festival once in 7 years.  They take the mud from the tank and make horse dolls.  This takes place  either in Vaikasi – May-June or Aani-June-July.  On a day during this festival, the event of Muniswara drinking blood is a thrilling part.  During the blood drinking event, no vehicle should pass through the temple.
  Temple History:
  In early days, traders from Kerala were coming to Tamilnadu with their merchandise loaded in bullock carts.  During one such journey, the carts stopped abruptly.  The stone tied with the cart to adjust balance in weights, became Karuppanasami.  The temple was built at the same place.  Karppanasami is now the custodian deity of the people of seven villages.  
Special Features:
  Miracle Based: Women are not allowed to have darshan of the presiding deity of the temple.
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