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Sri Patalathri Narasimhar temple
Moolavar: Patalathri Narasimhar
  Urchavar: Prahladha Varadan
  Amman / Thayar: Ahobilavalli
  Thala Virutcham: Parijatham
  Theertham: Suddha Pushkarini
  Agamam / Pooja : -
  Old year: 1000-2000 years old
  Historical Name: -
  City: Singaperumal Koil
  District: Kanchipuram
  State: Tamil Nadu
  Chithirai new year day, Chitra Poornima (both in April-May), Sri Narasimha Jayanthi, Sri Ramanuja Jayanthi, 10 day Brahmmotasavam beginning 10 days before the Friday of Swathi star day, Aadi Pooram (July-August), Pavithra Utsav in Aavani (August-September), Sri Krishna Jayanthi, Navarathri, Acharya Manavala Mamunigal festival in Aipasi (October-November), Thirukarthikai (November-December), Sri Andal Neerattu Utsav (bathing) On Makara Sankranthi in Thai (falling almost on January 14), 5 day Teppa Utsav in Masi (February-March) and Panguni Uthiram (March-April) are the festivals celebrated in the temple.  
 Temple's Speciality:
  Going around the hill on Poornima (full moon) day is an important event in the temple. Rays of Sun fall on Lord Narasimha’s feet in Margazhi (December-January) and Thai (January-February) months and on the Rathsapathami day occurring during January-February day. Generally Lord Narasimha graces sitting with His left leg folded and the right leg down. Sri Patalathri Narasimhaswami in Singaperumalkoil graces with His right leg folded and left down. The idol is big in size.  
Opening Time:
  The temple is open from 7.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. to 8.30 p.m.  
  Sri Patalathri Narasimhawamy Temple, Singaperumal koil, Kancheepuram – 603 202.  
  +91- 44-2746 4325, 2746 4441 
 General Information:

The Vimana below the sanctum sanctorum is known as Pranavakoti Vimana.


For relief from debt burden, success in litigations, those under adverse aspect of Mars affecting their marriage, those born of Swathi and Tiruvadirai stars, those undergoing Rahu Period (dragon’s tail) and those suffering from Saturn aspects pray to Lord Patalathri Narasimha for relief.  There is a tree called Azhinjal behind the temple with powerful effects.  Those awaiting marriage, seeking child boon and excellence in education pray on this tree applying sandal and kumkum and light lamps with ghee.

Thanks giving:
  Sooner their prayers are granted, devotees perform Tirumanjanam to the Lord on Pradosham days (13th day either from new moon or full moon day) and offer Vastras. 
 Greatness Of Temple:

Patalam means red.  Athri means hill.  As Lord Narasimha appeared here furiously with Red Eyes and huge as a mount, the place came to be known as Patalathri.  This temple was built by Pallava kings.


Goddess-Mother Ahobilavalli and Andal shrines are facing east, while those of Vishvaksena and Lakshmi Narasimha face south.  There are shrines for Garuda and Anjaneya.  The Dasavathara scenes are depicted in the entrance of the temple.  All the 12 Alwars are both in deity and procession deity forms in the temple.

  Temple History:

Maharshi Jabali performed intense penance in this place seeking the darshan of Lord Sri Narasimha.  Lord granted the Rishi His darshan at the Pradosha time (twilight time).  Based on the event, Tirumanjanam is performed to the Lord at this time on Pradosha days.


Presiding deity Patalathri Narasimhar graces with conch and the discus, his right lower hand gracing (abhaya hastha) the devotees and the lower left on His hip.  He is facing east with His three eyes.


Procession deity Prahladha Varadha graces with consorts Sridevi and Bhoodevi in standing form under the Pranavakoti Vimana.  As the presiding deity is on the cave temple on the hill, the devotee has to go round the hill too in his clockwise walk called Padakshina.

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