The meaning of Kulasekarapandian(Maharaja)+Pattinam(town) so, the town is named as Kulasekarapattinam when Maharaja Kulasekarapandian was ruling the city, one day he had a darshan of the Goddess directly. Henceforth the town has been named after the Maharaja.
Once upon a time the saint Agathiyar cursed the saint Varamuni so he became a man with a buffalo head.
The meaning of the term "Magisam" is buffalo.
Since he had a buffalo head he was called Magisasuran.
Magisasuran meditated and gained more power and started to dominate the world.
The saints approached the goddess and informed her of the hardship done by Magisasuran.
Then with the power of a female goddess a girl child appears and the baby is named as Lalithambigai. The child grew up in 9 days and on the 10 day she grew as Annai Parasakthi Lalithambigai with lots of anger came strongly and destroyed Magisasuran and that day is celebrated as “Dussehra”.
The Kulasai Festival is organized in Sri Mutharamman Temple (Kulasai Mutharamman Temple) is located in Kulasekharapatnam near Thiruchendur in Thoothukudi district, Tamil Nadu.
The dussehra is celebrated at the time of September and October.
You get the bus from Chennai to Kulasekharapatnam the duration can be covered in 9 hours.
You can go by bus from Madurai to Kulasekarapattinam the duration is 3 hours 30 minutes
There are bus facilities to this temple from Thiruchendur, which is only about 12 km away from this temple.
Nearby Railway Stations :
Then by road you can reach the temple.
Nearby Airports :
Rehoboth Guest House, Thiruchendur
Aranmagan Residency, Thiruchendur
Sri Devi Jakkamma Temple
Veerapandiya Kattabomman Memorial Fort in Panchalankurichi.
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Carry enough clothes for your stay.
Don’t carry any precious jewelry.
You need to carry their own power bank, extra batteries for the camera and water bottle.
Carry your own basic toiletries (small packs), a thin bed sheet, some snacks and minimal clothes.
Travel light and carry only things you absolutely need.