Abadhsagayeswaraswamy Temple is one of the Navagraha Temples Located near Kumbakonam,Tamil Nadu Sri Abathsagayeswara Swamy (Guru Bhagavan) - Alangudi near Needam This is regarded as a 'Gurustalam' where Dakshinamurthy is held in great reverence, attracting
Agneeswaraswamy Temple Shivastalam is associated with Sukran - representing the plant Venus and is - regarded one of the nine temples in the Thanjavur area linked with the Navagrahams. Maintained by the Madurai Adhinam, it is located in a quiet hamlet in the vicinity of
Darbaranyeswarar Temple is one of the Navagraha Temples Located near Kumbakonam,Tamil Nadu. This Shivastalam is a vast temple shrine of great significance, especially in light of Saneeswarar's sannidhi here, which attracts thousands when the planet Saturn transits between zodiac signs.
The Kailasanathar temple known as the Navagrahastalam associated with Chandra the moon, is located in the hamlet of Tingaloor not far from Tiruvaiyaru near Thanjavur in Tamilnadu. The small temple here has a small shrine dedicated to Chandran. This is an ancient Saivite shrine
The Naganathar Temple known as the Kethu Navagrahasthalam is located in keezperpallam in Tiruvenkaadu.This place is also called Vanagiri. Kethu prayed to Naaganaadhaswami and was blessed and rid of his sins by Lord Siva.
Sivasuriyaperuman temple is dedicated to the Sun God and also includes shrines for the other eight celestial bodies. It is in close proximity to the Shivastalams of Tirumangalakkudi and Kanjanur
Swetharanyeswarar temple known for its shrine to Aghoramurthy and to Mercury - Budhan; one of the 9 Navagraha stalams. Also known as Aadi Chidambaram, Natarajar's dance here is known as Hasti Natanam. Tiruvenkadu is considered to be on par with Benares
Tirunageswaram is a vast temple known for its shrine to Rahu, one of the nine celestial bodies in the Navagraha situated 8kms from Paradise Resort. A legend has it that the mythological serpents Adiseshan, Dakshan and Kaarkotakan worshipped Shiva here