Thursday, July 16, 2009

An Ode to Puthucode (Now With Pictures)


Unfortunately I didn't have all my pictures ready when I posted about Puthucode Bhagavathy. Now I have them ready and here they are. The picture at the top is of course the Bhagavathy Herself.
First the Temple Entrance:

Next the Outer Prakaaram

Third, the Mahaganapathy Sannidhi

Next, the Namaskara Mandapam

Finally, the Naga Prathishta

23 comments:

Janaki said...

good pics probably i should visit this place sometime soon

Ammupatti said...

Hi Janaki

Do visit. If you can do during Navarathri. You would want visit again and again.

Best wishes

rashmi varrier said...

is there a "kullam" near by the temple? i have visted puthucode in my childhood and once it was navarathri time.

Ammupatti said...

Hi Rashmi

Indeed, there is a "kulam" in front of the temple. Perhaps I could write a post about all the kulams in Puthucode including the large one at the warriam.

Best wishes

Anonymous said...

Malathy Nair said

I love Puthukode because my childhood was there. My mind is till there now the time of Navaratri.

ANANTHA said...

My self belongs to Puthucode South Village. I am very much proud to be a Puthucodian.

Anonymous said...

very nice pictures of the temple. In my childhood years, I use to spend my school holidays with my grandparents in the South Village every year and loved the time I spent there. I haven't been to Puthucode for years, but will be going in couple of weeks.

nana said...

Hi I am Raajeswaran Chennai basically i am from palakkadu venganallore, nan puthucodu adimakkaley enda baghavathy kanndu ananthamaye thanks for all who doing this work and keep rfersh this blog i want see my home town puthucodu. and SAPCO is doing all poojas there i am proud to be a Puthucode Baghavathy adimakka. i must to visit there yearly twice

NAGARAJAN said...

HI, AM ALSO FROM PUTHUCODE. I WENT FOR NAVARATHRI DURING THIS YEAR AFTER 10 YEARS AND I WAS VERY THRILLED AND WILL BE VISITING PUTHUCODE DURING NAVARATHRI. MY HOUSEHOLD NAME IS MUKKUTHERUVU APPU MAMA & FLY

Ammupatti said...

Hi Nagarajan

I recognise you. Actually your brother vaithu was my classmate and your eldest brother Raju was my sister's classmate.Hope all of you are well.

Regards

NAGARAJAN said...

thanks - still I could not recognise you could u tell me your home name or any identy? Thanks

Ammupatti said...

Well Nagarjan

For the time being, keep guessing

Best wishes

NAGARAJAN said...

I really don't know why u are not revealing your name!!!!! I can't keep on guessing. pls advise.

Regards
Nagarajan

Ammupatti said...

Hi Nagarajan

If you read through my blog you will definitely come to know the family I belong to.:)


Best wishes

Anonymous said...

Nice pictures....Just the same like we visited 3 years ago. Feeling like coming back...May be for next Navaratri.

deshi said...

Hello..

Pictures were nice,even though I am from Puthucode, I newer got a chance to see all this. at least in the Photos I can see............

Thanks for that..

Deshi chazhoor Anthappan

Anonymous said...

Hi,

My family is originally from Puthukode and I have it as my last name. My great grandfather is Sundara Iyer. I believe there is a bust of him at the BVB there. I hope to visit one of these years.

Srikkanth

Anonymous said...

Hey Family,
My name is P. Parshuram Ramachandran and I am from Puthucode and since few decades settled in western India but now would love to communicate with the temple authorities. If somebody can help me with the details where i can contact.

Regards

parshuram

PRAKASH said...

Hi.
Its really nice to see puthucode temple photo's and really missing.

Prakashsreedhan
dubai

Anonymous said...

Seeveli picture http://uploading.com/files/1f1bb84f/DSC00217.JPG/

Anonymous said...

Hi Srikkanth,

My name is Ramesh. My full name is Pudukode Venkatasubramanian Ramesh. My Great Great Grand Father is Sundaram Iyer. We belong to the same family. Not sure how we can connect.

Vivek said...

anybody knows the history like how Bhagavathy incarnated? how she became Peaceful? etc., etymology of Bhagavathy?? googled but couldn't find it!!! we are natives of Palakkad and my Mama is currently peforming pujai there. My father's mama was doing pujai then. However, i don't even remember if i visited Koil as back then i was 3 years old and was on a piligrimage to malai.

Subra Manian said...

After decades, I had the good fortune to visit Puthucode for Padinjare Grama Vilakku this year - was surprised to see so many new structures especially in South and North villages. Devi looked resplendent in her alankaram. I hope I can visit again soon with my whole family.