It is located 5kms north west of Nagercoil Junction and 2. The almighty Thiru Vazh Marban ThiruKuralappan is seen sitting in a very serene posture in the thiruvazhmarban temple with a conch and chakra in his four hands. It is situated 6 km north-east of Marthandam and 30 km north-west of Nagercoil. The Temple has the idol of Adikesava and Sree Padmanabha installed in a way that the two idols face each other. The Almighty Vishnu is seen lying on his snake couch and can be viewed through the three doors of the temple. Lord Shiva is also seen near the Adikesava Perumal at the sannidhi.
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It is located 5kms north west of Nagercoil Junction and 2. The almighty Thiru Vazh Marban ThiruKuralappan is seen sitting in a very serene posture in the thiruvazhmarban temple with a conch and chakra in his four hands. It is situated 6 km north-east of Marthandam and 30 km north-west of Nagercoil. The Temple has the idol of Adikesava and Sree Padmanabha installed in a way that the two idols face each other. The Almighty Vishnu is seen lying on his snake couch and can be viewed through the three doors of the temple.
Lord Shiva is also seen near the Adikesava Perumal at the sannidhi. It is one of the Divyadesam. The temple is located near Chengannur railway station. The entire construction of the temple is in Kerala style architecture.
The Alvars, the ultimate devotees of Visnu have glorified the temple in Divya Prabandha. The temple is also dedicated to Krishna, who is worshipped as Imayavarappan. It is very near to the banks of the holy river Pampa. The temple is located just 10 Km away from Chengannur railway station. The main idol of the temple is Lord Krishna. The temple consists of 18 steps that lead to the Eastern Tower while the 57 descending steps from the Northern tower reaches the holy river Pampa.
The temple is glorified in many Tamil classics and is one of the Divya Desams temples in India. The main deity of the temple is Imayavarappa Perumal. This temple is among the Divya Desam temples. The temple is considered to be one of the oldest temples of Kerala and is praised by the Alvars in the Divya Prabandha. It is located near the Chengannur town in Kerala. The temple is believed to be constructed by Nakula, the fourth of the Pandava brothers. The temple is one among the Divya Deshams.
Lord Vishnu is the mail idol in the temple with the almighty seen in a standing position. Sreevallabha Temple, Thiruvalla Sree Vallabha Temple is one of the rare temples in Kerala where the art Kathakali is performed as a ritual offering every night. It is located at Thiruvalla in Pathanamthitta district of Kerala. It is situated on the banks of the River Manimala. The temple is very near to the Thiruvalla railway station. The temple is just 25 km away from Kottayam and is very near to Changanacherry Railway Station.
It is one of the Divyadesams and the temple is constructed in the Kerala style architecture and is glorified in the Divya Prabandha. The Thrikkakara temple is one of the Divyadesams in Kerala. The temple is located 40 Km from Ernakulam and 35 km from Kottayam town. The temple can be accessed by crossing the Bharathapuzha river. The main idol of this temple is the Uyyavandha Perumal and the temple is closely related to Pancha Pandavas.
The temple is very near to the railway station of Pattambi. This temple is about years old and is one of the oldest temples in Kerala. The idols of Lord Vishnu, Lakshmi and Ganapathi are presented in the temple. The temple is one of the Divya Desams. The temple is located very near to Kuttippuram.
The pilgrims gathering happen every year at the month of May-June to honor one of the greatest Hindu Mystics, Nammaalvar. An amazing cermeony happens during this festival where the perumals from all the 9 shrines arrive in a procession. The Nava Tirupati are a part of Divyadesam temples. Let us look into the details of each Temples that constitute Nava Tirupati.
Sri Vaikundam, Nava Tiruapti The temple is located 29 kms from tirunelveli towards the way to Tiruchendur. The temple took its origin many years back when one of the cows of pandya kingdom started showering milk at a particular spot.
The sanctum is built around the same spot. The vedic practice done here is Pancharathram and the Tradition followed is Thenkalai. The Lord here is in a sitting posture. The Gopuram here has 9 tiers. Vaigasanam is the vedic practice performed here and tradition is Thenkalai.
Thirupulinkudi, Nava Tirupathi The temple is situated just a half kilometer towards east of Thiruvaragunamangai temple. The temple has the peculiarity that couples who are childless will be blessed upon praying here.
The vedic practice performed is Vaikaasanam and the tradition followed is Thenkalai. Garuda is the processional deity in this temple. Vaigasanam is the vedic practice performed in this nava tirupati temple and the tradition followed is Thenkalai. The shrines are located in a forest along a channel called Vadakaal. The Vedic practice performed here is Vaikaasanam and the tradition followed is Thenkalai. Thenthiruperi, Nava Tirupathi The temple is located 35 kms away from Tirunelveli, on the Tirunelveli- Triuchendur road, near the southern banks of Thamirabharani river.
The original temple was very ancient and it was during the tenth century the temple got some additions. The Vedic practice followed here is Pancharaathiram while the tradition is Thenkalai. Thirukolur, Nava Tirupathi The temple is located on the birth place of Madhurakavi Alvar,that is 5 kms away from Thenthiruperi on the way towards Alwarthirunagari.
It is said that anyone who has lost wealth can come here and pray with devotion and the person will be blessed. The Vedic practice performed here is Vaikaasanam and the tradition is Thenkalai. Thirugurukoor, Nava Tirupathi The temple is situated in the famous village of Alwarthitunagari. Tamarind tree is the main focus here. This tamarind tree is years old and can be still seen at the temple.
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A parrot which was devoted to Vishnu was shot down in the nearby forest. Tirukkoodaloor Aaduthurai Perumal Koil 9. Azhwars are considered the twelve supreme devotees of Vishnuwho were instrumental in popularising Vaishnavism during the 5th-8th centuries AD. Thalai Sanga Nanmathiyam The last two are believed to be outside earthly realms. Vishnu rescued the parrot and appeased him of him previous birth. Sarva Sastra Maha Vidyalaya.
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