Mayiladuthurai & Nagapattinam Divya Desams

The Divya Desams are the 108 Vishnu temples glorified in the poems of the contemporary Vaishnava Alvars of Tamil Nadu, India. Divya means "premium" and Desam indicates "place" (temple). This itinerary takes you to the divya desams around Mayavaram and Nagapattinam. This pack takes you to Sri Devaadi Raja Perumal Temple, Sri Parimala Ranganatha temple (Pancharanga Kshetram), Sri Naan Madhiya Perumal Temple, Thiru Naagai, Thirukannangudi (Panchakanna Kshetrams), Thirukkannapuram (Panchakanna Kshetrams) and Sri Arulmaakadal Perumal Temple.

Package Includes

  • Cab

  • Sthalapuranam

Itinerary Temples

  • Sri Devaadi Raja Perumal Temple,Thiruvazhunthoor
  • Sri Parimala Ranganatha Perumal Temple,Thiru Indhaloor
  • Sri Naan Madhiya Perumal Temple,Thiru Thalaicchanga Naanmathiyam
  • Sri Neelamega Perumal Temple,Thiru Naagai
  • Sri Loganatha Perumal Temple,Thirukkannankudi
  • Sri Neelamega Perumal Temple,Thirukkannapuram
  • Sri Arulmaakadal Perumal Temple,Thiru Sirupuliyur

Full Itinerary

Sri Devaadi Raja Perumal Temple,Thiruvazhunthoor
  • Devaadi Raja Perumal temple (also called Amaruviappan temple) in Therazhundur.
  • The presiding deity stands at a height of 10 feet, gives Dharshan along with Garuda, the bull mount of Lord Vishnu, in his left and Prahalada, the devotee of Lord Vishnu, and sage Markandeya Maharishi found to his right.
  • In this Sannadhi only, the Perumal of the sthalam, Sri Devaadi Rajan is found giving his Seva to his bhaktas.
  • As per Hindu legend, Brahma, the Hindu god of creation, drove the cattle belonging to Krishna, an avatar of Vishnu. Krishna created another herd in the meanwhile. Realising that the herd belonged to Krishna, Brahma apologized and wished Krishna to set his abode at this place. Since Krishna appeared for the cattle and settled here, the presiding deity is called Amaruviappan (the one who is flanked by cattle).
  • Devaadi Raja Perumal is believed to be a representation of "Rakshakathvam", the divine protection rendered to true devotees of Vishnu.

Sri Parimala Ranganatha Perumal Temple,Thiru Indhaloor
  • Parimala Ranganathar Perumal Temples or Tiruindaloor is one of the Pancharanga Kshetram.(meaning the "five Rangams or Ranganathas").
  • The central shrine is of the presiding deity Parimala Ranganathar made of 12 ft (3.7 m) green stone and is seen in a reclining posture facing east.
  • The consort of Parimala Ranganathar is Parimala Ranganayaki, who is also called Chandrasaapa Vimochanavalli and Pudareekavalli.
  • Planet Moon had darshan of Lord in this temple.As per Hindu legend, the place is where moon god, Chandra is believed to have been relieved off his curse. Indu means moon and the place Tiruindaloor derives its name from the legend. Chandra-Moon worships the face of the Lord, Sun the feet and Lord Brahmma the naval.

Sri Naan Madhiya Perumal Temple,Thiru Thalaicchanga Naanmathiyam
  • The Moolavar of this sthalam is Sri Naan Madhiya Perumal. Also known as Venn Chudar Perumal.
  • There is a very Precious Sangu (Shell) for the Perumal.
  • He is giving his seva in Nindra (Standing) Thirukkolam facing his thirumugham towards east direction.
  • As like Lord Shiva, Lord Vishnu too has cresent moon in this place.
  • The Lord Sri Naan Madhiya Perumal of this place took away the curse on the Lord Chandran, he is named as Chandra Shaba Harar This temple is very small. Looks like the Chandraloka land of Moon god.

Sri Neelamega Perumal Temple,Thiru Naagai
  • The presiding deity is Sri Neelamega perumal in grand standing posture, utsavar is Soundaryarajan and thayar is called Soundaryavalli thayar.
  • The Lord gives darshan in this temple in three forms - Neelamegha perumal in standing posture, Ranganathar in reclining and Govindaraja perumal in sitting posture.
  • It is believed that Bhoomadevi and Markandeya rishi did penance at this place and Naga Raja also did Kanniga dhanam here. Since Lord Vishnu accepted Adiseshan as his serpent bed after the king of Nagas did penance here, the place came to be known as Nagar pattinam.
  • It is believed that Naga Raja performed Kannika Dhanam at this kshetram.

Sri Loganatha Perumal Temple,Thirukkannankudi
  • Loganatha Perumal Temple is located in thirukannangudi.
  • The prime deity, Loganathar has an imposing image.The Moolavar of this kshetram is Sri Loganathan(Also named as Shayamala Meni perumal).
  • The Moolavar is giving his seva in the standing posture facing east.
  • This temple is one of the Panchakanna (Krishnaranya) Kshetrams.
  • The legend says that the great sage Vashita made an idol of Lord Krishna (an avatar of Lord Vishnu) out of butter.As Lord Krishna pleased by his great devotion, the butter idol did not melt for many years. The sage continued worshipping the butter idol of Lord Krishna.Once Lord Krishna ate up the butter while Vashishta Maharishi was lost in thoughts and started running with the sage following him to reach this place where some rishis were doing penance. The rishis requested the Lord to give darshan to all devotees at this place in standing posture and hence the place is called Kannankudi.
  • The idol of Garuda (the vehicle of Lord Vishnu), is seen with a posture that the hands of Garuda is placed around its body.

Sri Neelamega Perumal Temple,Thirukkannapuram
  • Neela Megha Perumal Temple or Sowriraja Perumal Temple is located at Thirukannapuram.
  • The presiding deity is Neelamegha Perumal and his consort Lakshmi as Tirukannapura Nayagi.
  • There is a vibration in the sanctum sanctorum felt even now.
  • There is a small scar above the right eyebrow of the procession Lord.
  • As per Hindu legend, the presiding deity is believed to have appeared with a wig (called sowri locally) to save a devotee, leading to the name Sowrirajan.
  • This temple is one of the Panchakanna (Krishnaranya) Kshetrams and considered the foremost among the five temples.
  • Navagrahas carved in a single stone with relative zodiac signs are installed on the northern wall at the Rajagopuram entrance.
  • The temple is the place where Vishnu is believed to have represented himself in all the eight forms, the combination of the all the eight temples. The temple is also called Boologa Vaikundam.
  • People pray to Perumal seeking wedding and child boon.
  • As Lord’s view fall on the Navagrahas the nine planets in this Vaishnava temple, all adverse aspects of planets are removed.

Sri Arulmaakadal Perumal Temple,Thiru Sirupuliyur
  • Sri Arulmaakadal Perumal Temple also known as Sthalasayana Perumal temple.
  • The presiding deity of this temple is Lord Sthalasayana Perumal (Lord Vishnu) and the Goddess is Thirumaamagal Naachiyar (Goddess Lakshmi)
  • Perumal granted Darshan to Sage Vyakra Pada – Sage with legs of a tiger-Puli Kaal Munivar in Tamil- as a Balaka-little boy. Hence the place is named Tiruchiru Puliyur.The mythology was that Lord Shiva is said to have asked the sage Vyaghrapada to perform penance at Srirangam pleasing Lord Vishnu to give him a boon to get a place in the holy abode of Vaikunta.On his journey to Srirangam, the sage Patanjali also joined sage Vyaghrapada. And due to their poor eyesight they lost their way to Srirangam and reached Tirusirupuliyur (Krupa Samudram) instead.And it is said that Lord Vishnu gave Dharshan to them at Tirusirupuliyur as Ranganatha (the form who is at Srirangam).And because of their poor eye sight they could not able to see the huge image of Lord Vishnu clearly.And hence it is believed that Lord Vishnu appeared in the form of Bala Sayanam, smaller form in a sleeping posture and blessed them.
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