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Santhoshimath is an emblem of love, contentment, forgiveness, happiness and hope. It is so believed that fasting and praying for her for 16 consecutive Fridays brings peace and prosperity in ones family.

Santoshi Maa inspires an individual to cherish family values and to come out of the crisis with one's determination. Santoshi Maa is also considered to be an incarnation of Mother Durga and is widely worshipped through out India and by Indians residing outside India.

The Shrine of Sri Jai Santhoshimatha sametha Sri Shirdi Sai Baba  temple has a rich heritage in the Jainagar and it is  about 12 kms  on east side  from Trichy Town  Tiruchirappalli District, Tamilnadu……

Sarvasidhi Vinayagar

It is with Santhoshimathas' in the south side of the temple the Lord Ganesh is in the form of “Sarvasidhi Ganapathy” is located. Each mantra contains certain specific powers of Lord Ganesha. When chanted with the proper pranayama (rhythmic breathing) and sincere devotion, they will yield good results. In general, Ganesha mantras will ward off all evil and bless the devotee with abundance, prudence and success. Evil


Senthilnatha Murugan

Santoshi Mata (Hindi: संतोषी माता) or Santoshi Maa (संतोषी माँ) is a relatively new goddess in the Hindu pantheon. She is venerated as "the Mother of Satisfaction",[1] the meaning of her name. Santoshi Mata is particularly worshipped by women of North India and Nepal. A vrata (ritual fast) called the Santoshi Maa vrata performed by women on 16 consecutive Fridays wins the goddess' favour.

To the North of Santhoshimatha Lors Senthilnatha Murugan is Placed. Call him Karthikeya; Call him Murugan; Call him Skanda, Subramanya, Shanmuga, Senthilnatha, Swaminatha, Saravanabahva,,or a thousands other names of devotion, he holds a very important place in the Hindu ethos. He is revered in many countries across the world as an important deity in the Hindu Pantheon.

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Sathish Babu.A

“Santhoshi Nivash”

A/137 A Jai Nagar


Trichy - 620013.

Tamil Nadu, India

Tel: (91) 9345102411, 7010059150

       (91) 9345102410


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Jai Santhoshimatha Trust

Bank      : State Bank of India

A/c No.  : 10891418246

IFSC       : SBIN0001363

Branch   : Heavy Electricals                 Kailasapuram

                Trichy - 620014

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Anadhanam performed on every Friday for more than 8 boys for completion of fasting and praying Santhoshimatha for 8 or 16 consecutive Fridays

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Route: Trichy to Thanjavur

Mofussil Bus Stop: Thiruverumbur / Training Centre

Town Bus Stop: Ganesa

Place: Jai Nagar

(300 mts from Ganesa Bus Stop)

(2 km from Thiruverumbur / Training Centre)

Land Mark: BHEL (Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd)