He donated a set of golden stirrups studded with diamonds and red stones to the temple. The temple is the geographic and ritual center of the Prostitutes Melur city of Madurai and one of the largest temple complexes in Tamil Nadu.
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According to another legend, the goddess herself gave notice to Kanchanamalai in one of her previous births that Kanchanamalai would have the privilege of mothering the goddess.
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The passage was named for eight forms of goddess Shakti carved on its pillars. Tamil poets Prostitutes Melur different epochs participated in these assemblies Prostitutes Melur their composition is called Sangam literature.
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He was also the founder of Prostitutes Melur System, the quasi-feudal organization of the country dividing it into multiple palayams or small provinces in which Prostitutes Melur palayam was ruled by a palayakkarar or a petty chief. The shrine has a 3-storied Prostitutes Melur guarded by two stern dwarapalakas guardians and supported by golden, rectangular columns that bear lotus markings. The puja worship ceremonies are held amidst music with nadhaswaram pipe instrument and tavil percussion instrumentreligious instructions in the Vedas by priests and prostration by worshippers in front of the temple mast.
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