Synonyms for pillaiyar or Related words with pillaiyar

kaliamman              devasthana              pillayar              sthan              kovil              vinayagar              sastha              koil              mahaganapathi              mariyamman              yellamma              koyil              parameswari              anjaneyar              bhagavathi              bhagawati              kshetram              parameshwari              kshethram              vinayakar              vairavar              polali              bhagavathy              derasar              rajarajeshwari              pedda              chottanikkara              mookambika              theertha              ganpati              arulmigu              mangaladevi              devta              mahadevar              khodiyar              durgadevi              nayagi              siddhivinayak              manikeswari              devatha              ambal              thottam              athiyara              mataji              thiruvambadi              devalayam              thirtha              devata              natha              dharmasastha             



Examples of "pillaiyar"
. Pillaiyar temple is known as Vembarasu Pillaiyar temple or popularly known as "Eri Karai" Pillaiyar temple. On the other side of the Pillaiyar temple is Subbaraya Nagar.
௳ is also known as the "Pillaiyar Suzhi"; lit. 'Curl of Pillaiyar' is a symbol that most Tamil Hindus will start off any auspicious document with; it is written to invoke the God Pillaiyar, known otherwise as Ganesha, who is the remover of obstacles.
Pillaiyar patti Pillaiyar temple is an ancient rock-cut cave shrine dedicated to Ganesha, located at Thiruppatthur (1 km from Thiruppatthur, Sivaganga district in the state of Tamil Nadu, India.
Pillaiyarpatti has a meaning in it. Pillaiyar = Vinayakar or Lord.Ganesh and patti = village
Kovitkadavai is a Pillaiyar temple, which is located in Thunnalai, Jaffna, Sri Lanka.
The village also contains Hindu temples and churches. The Manipay Maruthady Pillaiyar Temple stands out.
Jalladianpet Having Sri Karpaga vinayar temple more than 250 years old.at pillaiyar kovil street.
This temple is the only one in Tamil Nadu which contains a 6 feet rock-cut Pillaiyar deity. The Thumbikai of Lord Pillaiyar is curled towards his right side and so the God is also known as Valampuri Pillaiyar. The chettiyar community (Nagarathar - This temple is one of the nine important temples for Nagarathars) has kept the temple clean. Chettiars are the only community now whose subcastes are divided based on Sivan Temples. e.g. subcastes like Pillayarpatti, Elayatrankudi.
The village got its name from the presence of Ganapthy (Pillaiyar Kovil) and Sundaranatchiyar amman temple.
Irrulappan Swamy, Iyyanar, Pillaiyar Koil, amman nachiyar koil and Rajagopalan temples are situated here.
A street near Gopal Pillaiyar Temple in Tiruvanamalai (former French colony) is named after him as Kanakaraya Mudali Street.
One of the famous Kali Amman temple placed in Anaivari Mettu Stree and Veeranar, Pillaiyar, Aiyanar, Karuppannaswamy Temple
Pillaiyar is in the shrine on the left and Lord Muruga, his brother, is on the right. Pillaiyar is also found at the entrance as he is the remover of obstacles. The eight idols adorning the pillars inside the temple are of ashta Lakshmi.
A prominent name for Ganesha in the Tamil language is "Pille" or "Pillaiyar" (Little Child). A. K. Narain differentiates these terms by saying that "pille" means a "child" while "pillaiyar" means a "noble child". He adds that the words "pallu", "pella", and "pell" in the Dravidian family of languages signify "tooth or tusk of an elephant", but more generally "elephant". Anita Raina Thapan notes that the root word "pille" in the name "Pillaiyar" might have originally meant "the young of the elephant", because the Pali word "pillaka" means "a young elephant".
A prominent name for Ganesha in the Tamil language is "Pillai" () or "Pillaiyar" (). A. K. Narain differentiates these terms by saying that "pillai" means a "child" while "pillaiyar" means a "noble child". He adds that the words "pallu", "pella", and "pell" in the Dravidian family of languages signify "tooth or tusk", also "elephant tooth or tusk". Anita Raina Thapan notes that the root word "pille" in the name "Pillaiyar" might have originally meant "the young of the elephant", because the Pali word "pillaka" means "a young elephant".
Velakkai Pillaiyar Temple is an ancient Dravidian Temple located at Manipay.The temple is dedicated to Lord Skanda and his elder brother Ganesha.
The village has a pillaiyar temple, one public well, water tape and tank available. People take water from tank and tape for drinking purpose.
The town has Pillaiyar temple(which has recently been reconstructed in 2009), sellandiamman temple, Maruthaiveeran temple (Dalits) and unnamed temple for Naidus.
It was built after viewing a hillock by the early Pandya kings. The image of Pillaiyarpatti Pillaiyar and that of a Siva Lingam were carved out of a stone by a sculptor named Ekkattur Koon Peruparanan who put his signature on a stone inscription, in Tamil Language used between the 2nd and 5th century , found even today in the sanctum. It is believed that the icon of Pillaiyarpatti Pillaiyar must have been carved around the 4th century AD.
There are seven worshipped deities: Ayyanar, Annamar, Vairavar, Kali, Pillaiyar, Murukan, or Pattini. Villages have more Pillaiyar temples, which are patronised by local farmers. Tamil Roman Catholics, along with members of other faiths, worship at the Shrine of Our Lady of Madhu. Hindus have several temples with historic importance such as those at Ketheeswaram, Koneswaram, Naguleswaram, Munneswaram, Tondeswaram, and Nallur Kandaswamy. Kataragama temple and Adam's Peak are attended by all religious communities.