Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan, Pooja Timings, Sani Peyarchi Date

Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan – In this part, we’ve told you some basic detail regarding the Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple. So this shrine is as well popular with the name of Sri Dharbaranyeswara Swamy Temple. This is a very earliest Hindu shrine situated in the Thirunallar which is a small village located in the town of Karailkal in Pondicherry. This is shrine specially devoted to the Lord Shaneeswarar which is one of the 9 Navagrahas (Nine Planets).

As per Hindu myth, peoples face many wicked effects of Saturn, Sani Dasa & Shani dosha & Karnataka Sani must visit this temple for nivaran. Well, each year many of peoples visit this shrine for the darshan of Lord Shani Dev Ji. Many peoples come here to organize the Pooja, Aarti. Shani Peyarchi is one of the best events marked in this shrine & peoples can face a big rush on this day. If you do not know when is this event marked read this post to the bottom only.

Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan

In the Hindu religion, the Lord Shani is a most popular God for them. The Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple is a most famous Hindu shrine devoted to the Lord Sani (Saturn). Each day many peoples visit this temple for darshan & organize pooja too. Mainly this shrine is popular for organizing many kinds of Pooja. Peoples can visit this temple from morning to evening for darshan & pooja. In this writing, we’ve only provided the detail regarding Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan as well as Pooja Timings & Sani Peyarchi Date.

Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan

Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan Details

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DeityDharbaranyeswarar(Shiva), Shani, Bogamartha Poonmulaiyaal(Parvati)

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Sani Peyarchi Date of Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple 

The Sani Peyarchi is a most popular event marked in the Thirunallar Sri Dharbaranyeshwarar Temple. On this event big rust collected in the shrine. The People of this location claim that Sani Bhagawan will transit from Ma Kara Rasi to Kumbha Raasi on December 20th at 5.20 pm IST evening.

That means the Sani Peyarchi Temple will mark on December 20, 2023 (Wednesday). The timing of transition differ in different Panchangams. According to Thirunallar Temple Vakiya Panchangam, Sani Peyarchi is on December 20th, 2023 at 5.20 pm IST.

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Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Pooja Timings with Cost

If you’re visiting this, specially for the Pooja conducting, then you must check out Pooja Timings with price. In the beneath-referring to tables, we’ve shared the Pooja Schedule with their name or price –

DaysPooja NameTimingsTicket Cost (Amount in INR)
Each month on the day of Birth begins for one yearAshtothra ArchanaRs. 350.00
Each Saturday for one yearAshtothra ArchanaRs. 1000.00
For Every TimeSahasranama ArchanaRs. 200.00
Every month on the day of Birth start for one yearSahasranama ArchanaRs. 2600.00
For Every Time (Not on Saturday)Abhishegam with Sahasranama Archana(Only Shani Bhagwan)06:00, 08:30, 11:30, 17:30Rs. 300.00
On all days Except SaturdayNavagraha Shanthi Homam07:30, 10:30, 16:30Rs. 3000.00
Only on SaturdayNavagraha Shanthi Homam07:30, 10:30, 16:30Rs. 13000.00
AnytimePostal Charges for Sending Archana PrasadamRs. 30.00



According to Hindu myth, the ruler of the area asked a shepherd to give milk to the temple daily. The herdsman was a stalwart people of Shiva & he was happily giving the quota of milk to the shrine for ablution of the presiding god. The government’s headman who was residing close to the shrine asked the shepherd to offer the milk he is giving to the shrine to him & threatened him not to release this to the king. At a later point, the temple priest alert the king that the temple wasn’t getting the milk from the shepherd.

The king wanted to penalize the shepherd & asked him the reason for defy his order. Out of fear of the headman, the shepherd remained silent, which annoy the king further. He ordered the shepherd to slaughter. The herdsman was praying to Shiva to allay him off the penalizing. When he was about to slaughter, Shiva prevented it with his trident. Following the folk tale, the altar (bali pitham) of the shrine is a little away from the axis of the flagstaff & the central temple.

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According to another myth, Nala was ruling this area full of tropical grass locally whooped Darba after which the location came to popular as Darbaranyam (Aranyam indicates forest while Darba is a grass). Each person is afflicting by the movement of planet Saturn, which is faith to make negative effects on the reside of devotees.

Nala was as well afflicting by the planetary motion of Saturn on a day when he skipped standard practices of cleanliness. He is faith to have live in the shrine to recceive himself off the curses of Shani, the planet Saturn. He prayed to Shiva & wanted him to save all the peoples afflicted with Shani to save when they visit the shrine. Following the myth, people afflicted take a sacred dip with oil in Nala theertham, the shrine tank & wear black dress.

Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Darshan Timings

In this part, you can check out the Darshan Scheduled at the Thirunallar Temple. You can only receive the detail regarding Mon to Fri & Sun for darshan timings –

DayTemple DetailsDarshan Timings
Mon to Fri & SunMorning Hours Darshan06:00 to 12:30
Mon to Fri & SunEvening Hours Darshan16:00 to 20:30


Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple Timings on Saturday

DayTemple Darshan DetailsTimings
SaturdayMorning Hours Darshan06:00 to 12:30
SaturdayEvening Hours Darshan17:00 to 21:00


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Frequently Asked Questions

What is special about Thirunallar Temple?

Lying at a distance of 90 km from Thanjavur, Thirunallar Temple is dedicated to Lord Saneeswaran, aka Saturn. The temple is said to have been built by the legendary King Nala, who believed that all his obstacles had been relieved due to the influence of Saturn.

When should I go to Thirunallar?

If you want to visit the temple on a Saturday, go after 2 pm when it is less crowded. The temple is open from 5.30 am till 9 pm on all Saturdays (on other days, it opens by 6 am and closes by 1 open again at 4 pm and close at 9 pm) Suggest you take a Rs. 50/- per head ticket. On crowded days, tickets of Rs.

How to visit Thirunallar Saneeswaran Temple?

Please note that Karaikal (6km from Thirunallar) is the main town. So most of the buses will be available only till Karaikal. If your bus does not pass through Thirunallar, then book your tickets to Karaikal and then from there you can take an auto-rickshaw or bus to Thirunallar.

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