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The Temple of Thirumazhapadi Vaidyanathaswami is a Hindu temple situated at Thirumazhapadi in the district of Ariyalur, Tamil Nadu. The temple in its manifestation as Vaidyanathaswami is devoted to Shiva, as the presiding god of the moolavar. His consort, Sundarambikai, is known as Parvati.
- Moolavar : Vaidyanathaswami
- Amman / Thayar : Sundarambikai, Balambikai
- Thala Virutcham : Palm tree
- Theertham : Kollidam, Lakshmi, Sivaganga
- Agamam / Pooja : Kamya Agama
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Historical Name : Mazhuvadi
- Location : Thirumazhapadi,Ariyalur,Tamil Nadu.
Sage Siladha, a Tiruvaiyaru man, was doing penance on Lord Shiva finding child boon. A voice spoke to the sage asking him that if he is performing the Puthrakameshti Yajna his dream could be fulfilled and he will get a box with a child while tilling the yagna ground.
He was told to grow up the infant with just 16 years of survival. Siladha opens the package and saw a boy with three arms, four hands and a crescent moon worshipping his head as he opened it.
Struck with a fright, the package was locked and opened again, revealing an infant in normal human shape. He called the kid Japesar.