Shiva by luck of getting you , Oh Goddess Bhavani, Woke up from his yogic sleep with alacrity, And you by the teasing words of your friends, Left your bashfulness and embraced him who was nervous, Breaking in to a pleasant smile and So please bless us. Gathya nithambha mandaraya salajjai, Radhekshanai rasa kalakshara vag vilasai, Hrudhyaischa vibhrama gunair madhanari dhairya, Prasthara harinee shive janani praseeda. Bhadra makhenduna manaadha bhi veekshaneshu, Prathyukthi dhana viramanna vasath kadhashu, Udwena nadhai hatath pari rambhaneshu, Pathyu pramodha janani , janani praseedha. Yam nadhamadhi munayo nigamokthi gumphe, Shwalakshya thantha manaso vimukhee bhavanthi, Sannahya thena dayithena manoja vidhyaa, Nandanu bhoothi rasike jnani praseeda.
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The place is situated near the Chidambaram - famous for its Nataraja temple. The presiding deity is Lord Siva, known as Vaidheeshvaran. The Devi is known by the name of Balambika. Lord Siva is said to have been worshipped by Jatayu, the eagle famous for his part in Ramayana and the Sun, Mars and the vedas themselves. So the place has the names Jatayupuri, Suryapuri, Angarakapuri and Vedapuri.
Lord Siva at this temple is said to relieve the worshippers of their sins and other problems. It is at this place only Lord Kartikeya is said to have obtained the spear with which He could fight the demon Soora. So His shrine in this temple is very popular and attracts large number of devotees. Lord Siva at this temple had been worshipped by sages and siddhas. Saivaite saints known as Nayanmars have visited the temple and sung songs in praise of the Lord. People believe that by worshipping the Lord here they can get rid of even serious diseases: hence His name Vaidheesvara.
The following verses in praise of the Devi appear in the Skandha Purana.
pArvatI related Sanskrit Documents in Devanagari script
Sri Parvathi Ashtothra Shata Namavali (108 Names;Language: Tamil)
pArvatI related Sanskrit Documents in ITRANS script