Goddess Parvati Devi took the form of Meenakshi at the start of the Kali Yuga, or before 5000 years. She emerged as a small child from a sacrificial fire. Malayadwaja, the Pandiyan King, and his wife Kanchanamalai raised her. She was born from the sacrificial fire as a result of the pandiyan couple's prayers. Her parents were devout followers of Lord Shiva, and they were blessed to have goddess Parvati as a child as a result of their devotion.

The Pandiyan King named her Meenakshi and raised her properly. She received a basic education, became an expert in various arts, and was skilled in handling powerful weapons. After some time, the pandiyan king crowned her as the princess of Madurai, and she properly ruled the city of Madurai. She conquered almost the entire world and went to Indralok, defeating Lord Indra and capturing Swarkalok as well. She eventually went to Mount Kailash in order to capture it. But when she saw Lord Shiva, she felt embarrassed about her performance and asked him to forgive her.

The wedding is said to have been attended by all the gods, goddesses, demi gods, saints, and devotees of Lord Shiva and Parvati. Lord Vishnu, Parvati's brother, handed her over to Lord Shiva because Mata Parvati had assumed the form of Meenakshi. Even today, the wedding ceremony is known as 'Chithirai Thiruvizha,' also known as 'Tirukalyanam,' and is celebrated every year.

People who worship this temple will gain more bravery, boldness, courage, wisdom, and knowledge. Goddess Meenakshi blesses her devotees and bestows all kinds of prosperity on them. It is primarily recommended for ladies to visit and worship at this temple prior to marriage in order to find a good life partner and to live with great courage, good physique, and spiritual energy in their minds. Mata Meenakshi will never let her devotees leave this temple empty-handed. She will bestow good health and wealth, and her divine blessings will make the devotee's life bloom like a flower. As a result, devotees should visit this temple at least once a year to receive Lord Shiva and Parvati's blessings.

Let us bless the divine couples by worshipping them.

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