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Nava Tirupathi Tour

Nava Tirupathi Temples is a set of nine Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Tiruchendur-Tirunelveli route, Tamil Nadu, India on the banks of Thamirabarani river. All these 9 temples are classified as “Divya Desams”, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. The temples are revered in Nalayira Divya Prabandham, the 7th to 9th century Vaishnava canon, by Nammazhwar. The temple is classified as a Divyadesam, one of the 108 Vishnu temples that are mentioned in the book. The temple is also classified as a Nava Tirupathi, the nine temples revered by Nammazhwar located in the banks of Tamiraparani river. The following is the list of the 9 temples.

The Garuda Sevai utsavam in the month of Vaikasi (May / June) witnesses 9 Garuda Sevai plus two palanquins one with Nammalvar of Alwarthirunagari and the other with Madhurakavi Alwar from Thirukolur. A spectacular event in which festival image idols from the nava tirupathis shrines in the area are brought on Garuda vahana to Alwarthirunagari for Mangalasasanam and to give blessing to Nammalvar in the morning.

An idol of Nammalvar is also brought here on an Anna Vahanam (palanquin) and his paasurams (verses) dedicated to each of these 9 temples are recited. In the night 9 Garuda sevai by Navathirupathi Perumals and the two alwars also on procession in circumambulations. Totally 11 temple chapparams move around the outer piraharams.

The utsavar of Nammalvar is taken in a palanquin to each of the 9 temples, through the paddy fields in the area. The paasurams (poems) dedicated to each of the 9 Divyadesams are chanted in the respective shrines. This is the most important of the festivals in this area, and it draws thousands of visitors.

All The temple’s are maintained and administered by the Hindu Religious and Endowment Board of the Government of Tamil Nadu.

Nava Tirupathi Temples

Nava Tirupathi Tourism

Sri Vaikuntanathan Perumal Temple (also called Srivaikuntam temple and Kallapiran temple) in Srivaikuntam, a town in Thoothukudi district of Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Tamil style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th – 9th centuries AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Vaikuntanathan and his consort Lakshmi as Vaikunta Valli. The temple is also classified as a Nava Tirupathi, the nine temples revered by Nammazhwar located in the banks of Tamiraparani river. The temple is next only to Alwarthirunagari Temple in terms of importance among the nine Nava Tirupathi Temples.

The temple is one of the Navagraha temples in Vaishnavism, associated with Surya, the Sun god.

A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines and two of its three bodies of water. The rajagopuram, the temple’s gateway tower, is 110 ft tall. Thiruvengadam Udayan hall houses rare life size sculptures commissioned during the 16th century.

Sri Vaikunta Nathar is believed to have appeared to slay the demon Somuka who abducted the four Vedas. The presiding deity is called Pal Pandian as a cow performed ablution daily to the submerged deity during the Pandyan era and Kallapiran as he helped a thief who prayed to Vishnu while he was in trouble. The temple follows the Thenkalai tradition of worship. Six daily rituals and three yearly festivals are held at the temple, of which the ten day annual Brahmotsavam during the Tamil month of Chithirai (April – May) and the Nammazhwar birth celebrations with Garuda Sevai with all nine temple of Nava Tirupathi, being the most prominent.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Vishwaroopam Pooja 07.30 A.M.
Kala Shanti Pooja 09.00 A.M.
Theertham Viniyogam 10.00 A.M.
Samba Thaligai 12.00 P.M.
Sayarachai Pooja 05.00 P.M.
Thiruvasagam Pooja 08.30 P.M.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:06.00 AM To 12.30 PM | Evening:05.00 PM To 08.30 PM.

Tirupathi Tourism

Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple is one of the Nava Tirupathi. nine Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Tiruchendur To Tirunelveli route, in the banks of Thamirabarani river. All these 9 temples are classified as “Divya Desams”, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple at Natham also known as Sri Vijayasana Perumal Temple, The Chandran Sthalam. Varagunamangai, the one who granted his Darshan to a Brahmin vedic scholar is referred to in one of the poems of Nammalwar. The temple has a five-tiered rajagopuram amidst lush vegetation around the temple. The lord here appeared in answer to the prayer of sage Romesar who performed severe penances for several thousand years.

Two legends are associated with this temple. Once an asura by the name Somakan appropriated Lord Brahma Creation-secret and Lord Vishnu retrieved it from the demon. Since the Lord came direct from His abode Vaikuntam and agreed to remain here, this place came to be known as Srivaikuntam. Later, Kaaladhushakan, a robber, conducted his robbery after worshipping Vaikuntanathan, and surrendered to Him, half of what he had plundered. He was a Robinhood of those days, looted the rich and helped the poor.
Once his men, while engaged in ransacking the palace were caught by the King soldiers. They had to identify their leader; when Kaladhushakan came to know about it, he prayed to the Lord of Srivaikuntam, to save him. The Lord appeared before the King as Kaaladhushakan, revealed Himself to the King and counseled him to protect dharma. Having had this Beatific Vision, the King requested the Lord to remain in this place as Kallapiran.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Vishwaroopam Pooja 08.00 A.M.
Kala Shanti Pooja 09.30 A.M.
Uchi Kala Pooja 12.00 A.M.
Sayarachai Pooja 04.00 P.M.
Thiruvasagam Pooja 06.00 P.M.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:07.00 AM To 01.00 PM | Evening:02.00 PM To 06.30 PM

Nava Tirupathi Tourism

Sri Vaithamanidhi Perumal Temple is one of the Nava Tirupathi in the southern bank of Thamirabarani river. Thirukkolur is located at a distance of 4 km from Alwarthirunagari. This is the eighth temple of Nava tirupathi and is for mars (Sevvai). It is also called Kubera Sthanam. All these 9 temples are classified as “Divya Desams”. The temple has two prakaram (closed precincts of a temple) The main deity has a reclining posture, facing east. Vaithamanithi perumal is in reclining pose with the wooden measurement tool (Marakkal) as his pillow to measure the wealth and looking at the palm of his left hand to watch over the location of the wealth. It is believed that people praying here are blessed with great wealth.

One of the Brahmaputiran, who came out of Lord Brahma’s ears named Pulathiya Rishi and Kasthamalas daughter Aavirpoo gave birth to a child named Visiravasi. The child born for this Visiravasi and Ilipillai is Kubera. Kuberan performed tapas praying to Lord Shiva. When Shiva and Parvathi gave their seva to Kuberan, since he could not see the bright shine came out from Parasakthi, Kuberan lost his eyes. After this, he replaced an eye made of gold and ruled Alagapuri and became one of the friends of Lord Shiva.Vasantham which is said as always move from one place to another in search of money and other things and this kind of persons one called Vaisyas.Kuberan is said to be one of Vaishyas and his wife is chithirai and his Vaaganams (vehicles) are Horse, Parrot. His weapon is Katkam and Garland is Seerakka Maalai. His park is Saithiratham and the Vimanam is Pushpaka Vimaanam. His son is Nala Koparan. Swami Vaithimanithi & Swami Madhurakavi Alwar -Thirukolur Once he got the Sapan from Parvathi Devi and lost all of his wealth (Navanidhi) and started to worship this sthala perumal as his Emperumaan.

Emperumaan gave the Prathyaksham for Guberan in front of all of the Navanidhis (Different Kinds of Wealth) and Protecting the Navanidhis of this sthalam. Because of this, he is named as Vaithamanidhi. Also named as Nishopavithana. This sthalam is also called Adharma Pisunama. It means Dharman wars against the Evil (Adharmam) and it permanently stayed in this sthalam by riding out the adharmam.Vaithamanidhi perumal stands still here in this sthalam to ride of the Adharmam to protect the wealth which cannot be taken out.This perumal has thirusangu in the left hand and in the right hand he has thiru Chakkaram by which he destroy the Adharma. In this sthalam only, Madhurakavi alwar was born, Who then became the sishya (student) of Nammalwar. Madhurakavi Alwar is said to be the Gnana Nidhi. This sthala perumal gave prathyaksha for Kuberan, who is the wealth, Madhurakavi Alwar, who is the Jnana nidhi. The Pushkarani is kubera pushkarani and since he became the friend of Haran (Lord Shiva) the Vimaanam is called Sri Hara Vimanam.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Vishwaroopam Pooja 07.30 A.M.
Kabalasanthi Pooja 10.30 A.M.
Uchi Kala Pooja 12.00 A.M.
Sayarachai Pooja 04.30 P.M.
Thiruvisagam Pooja 07.30 P.M.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:07.00 AM To 12.00 PM.
Evening:04.30 PM To 08.00 PM.

Elite Itinerary Nava Tirupathi Tourism Thiru Puliangudi Perumal Temple

Thiru Puliangudi Perumal Temple is one of the Nava Tirupathi, nine Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Tiruchendur To Tirunelveli route on the banks of Thamirabarani river. All these 9 temples are classified as “Divya Desams”, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. The temple has an imposing image of Lord Vishnu, a lotus stalk from the navel of the image emanates the image of Brahma. The feet of the deity can be viewed through the passage. The temple has two prakarams (closed precincts of a temple).

Two legends are associated with this temple. Once an asura by the name Somakan appropriated Lord Brahma’s Creation secret and Lord Vishnu retrieved it from the demon. Since the Lord came direct from His abode Vaikuntam and agreed to remain here, this place came to be known as Srivaikuntam. Later, Kaaladhushakan, a robber, conducted his robbery after worshipping Vaikuntanathan, and surrendered to Him, half of what he had plundered. He was a Robinhood of those days, looted the rich and helped the poor. Once his men, while engaged in ransacking the palace, were caught by the King soldiers. They had to identify their leader; when Kaladhushakan came to know about it, he prayed to the Lord of Srivaikuntam, to save him. The Lord appeared before the King as Kaaladhushakan, revealed Himself to the King and counseled him to protect dharma. Having had this Beatific Vision, the King requested the Lord to remain in this place as Kallappiraan.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Vishwaroopam Pooja 09.00 A.M.
Kala Shanti Pooja 10.30 A.M.
Uchilikala Pooja 01.00 A.M.
Sayarachai Pooja 04.00 P.M.
Thiruvasagam Pooja 06.00 P.M.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:06.00 AM To 12.30 PM | Evening:05.00 PM To 08.30 PM.

Elite Itinerary Nava Tirupathi Tourism Azhwar Thirunagari Perumal Temple

Azhwar Thirunagari Perumal Temple is one of the Nava Tirupathi, Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Adinathar and his consort Lakshmi as Athinathanayagi. The temple is also classified as a Navatirupathi, the nine temples revered by Nammazhwar located in the banks of Tamiraparani river. The temple is the most prominent among the nine Nava Tirupathi temples. The temple is one of the Navagraha temples in Vaishnavism, associated with Jupiter, the Guru.

According to traditional scriptures, Nammazhwar was born in 43rd Kali of 3059 BC. He was born in a Mallar family at Thirukarukavur (modern day Alwarthirunagari) in the southernmost region of the Tamil country. According to legend, as a child he responded to no external stimuli and his parents left him at the feet of the deity of Sri Adinatha of Nagar tribe in Alwarthirunagari. The child then got up and climbed into a hole in a tamarind tree, sat in the lotus position, and began to meditate. It appears he was in this state for as long as sixteen years when a Tamil poet and scholar in Madurai named Madhurakavi Alvar saw a bright light shining in the south, and followed it until he reached the tree where the boy was residing. Unable to elicit any reaction from the child, he asked him a riddle: “If the small is born in a dead’s body (or stomach), what will it eat and where will it stay?” meaning, if the subtle soul is embodied in the gross body, what are its actions and thoughts? Nammalvar broke his lifelong silence and responded, “That it will eat, it will rest!” meaning that if the soul identifies with the body, it will be the body but if it serves the divine, it will stay in vaikunta and eat (think) of God. Madhurakavi Alvar realized the divinity of this child and became a devotee of the child. The works of Nammalwar were compiled by Madhurakavi as four different works, the Tiruvaymoli (1102 verses), Thiruvirutham (100 verses), Thiruvasagam (or Thiru Aasiriyam – 7 verses) and Periya Thiruvanthadi (87 verses). The works of Nammalwar contributed to the philosophical and theological ideas of Vaishnavism. Along with the three samaya kuravargal, Shaiva Nayanars Appar, Sundarar and Sambandar, they influenced the ruling Pallava kings of South India, changing the religious geography from Buddhism and Jainism to Hinduism.

Alwar Tirunagari is believed to be the largest town in the time of Pandya kings. The distinguishing name, with azhwar in Tamil prefixed to Thirunagari Means the people who spoke languages first and speaks correct language. The temple is considered the birthplace of Nammazhwar, considered the most prominent among the twelve Azhwar Saints. Nammazhwar has contributed more than thousand verses out of the four thousand in Nalayira Divya Prabhandam, the Vainava canon.

A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines and two of its three bodies of water. The rajagopuram, the temple’s gateway tower, is 95 ft (29 m) tall. Lord Vishnu is worshipped here as Athinathan or Aathi Piraan. The Swayambhu murti of Vishnu faces east and is in standing posture. The feet of the murti are buried under earth. Goddess Lakshmi and Bhudevi are worshipped here as Aathinathanayaki and Thirukkurukornayaki. The shrine is located on the banks of Thamirabarani River. The sacred water body in the temple is known as Brahma Theertham.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Thiruvanantha Pooja 6.00 A.M.
Alangara Theertham 06.30 A.M.
Vishwaroopam 07.00 A.M.
Dosa Amutha Seithal 08.00 A.M.
Thiruvaradhanam 10.00 A.M.
Suttru Koil 10.15 A.M.
Theertham Viniyogam 10.30 A.M.
Samba Thiruvanantha 10.50 A.M.
Samba Thaligai 11.00 A.M.
Maalai Thirukaapu Nikal 05.00 P.M.
Suttru Koil Thiruvanantha 06.30 P.M.
Swamigal Thiruvanantha 07.00 P.M.
Theertham Viniyogam 08.15 P.M.
Thiruvisaka Thaligai 08.30 P.M.
Karpura Seva 08.45 P.M.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:05.30 AM To 12.00 PM | Evening:04.30 PM To 08.45 PM

Elite Itinerary Nava Tirupathi Makara Nedunkuzhaikathar Temple

Makara Nedunkuzhaikathar Temple is one of the Nava Tirupathi dedicated to Vishnu located Thenthiruperai along Tiruchendur To Tirunelveli route on the southern bank of Thamirabarani river. It is located 5 km from Alwar Thirunagari All these 9 temples are classified as Divya Desams, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. The temple is referred to as Sukra sthalam, a location for the planet deity, Sukra. The same place hosts one of the Nava Kailasam, Sri Kailasanathar Temple, Thenthiruperai, the seventh in the series.

The temple is big in size. Mother Earth ‘Bhoodevi’ chanted the Ashtakshara Mantra taught to her by Sage Durvasa, performed penance on Lord Perumal. When she came out from the sacred river Thamirabarani after a bath, She got two precious earrings and came to be known as Sri Perai Thiruperai in Tamil. She offered the two fish shaped earrings to Perumal on a Panguni Poornima day in March – April, thus Perumal became Nedunguzhai Kadhan. Since Mother Bhoomadevi was named Sri Perai, the place also was named Thenthiruperai. Varuna the God of Rains performed penance on Perumal here to cleanse himself of his disrespectful behaviour against Jupiter – Guru, performed Tirumanjanam to Lord and the place received rains then, according to Sthala Puranas.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Kaala Shanthi Pooja 08.30 AM To 08.30 AM.
Uchi Kala Pooja 11.30 AM To 11.30 AM.
Sayaratchi Pooja 06.00 PM To 06.30 PM.
Aravanai Pooja 08.00 PM To 08.30 PM.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:07.30 AM To 12.00 PM | Evening:05.00 PM To 08.00 PM.

Elite Itinerary Nava Tirupathi Sri Mayakoothar Perumal Temple

Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple or Sri Mayakoothar Perumal Temple is one of the Nava Tirupathi., nine Hindu temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Perungulam, Tiruchendur-Tirunelveli route, Tamil Nadu, India on the banks of Thamirabarani river. All these 9 temples are classified as “Divya Desams”, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints or Alwars. The temple has an image of Lord Vishnu facing east. Kulam refers to tanks in Tamil language. The name of the village is derived from the same. The temple has two prakarams (closed precincts of a temple).

Two legends are associated with this temple. Once an asura by the name Somakan appropriated Lord Brahma’s Creation-secret and Lord Vishnu retrieved it from the demon. Since the Lord came direct from His abode Vaikuntam and agreed to remain here, this place came to be known as Srivaikuntam. Later, Kaaladhushakan, a robber, conducted his robbery after worshipping Vaikuntanathan, and surrendered to Him, half of what he had plundered. He was a Robinhood of those days, looted the rich and helped the poor. Once his men, while engaged in ransacking the palace, were caught by the King soldiers. They had to identify their leader, when Kaladhushakan came to know about it, he prayed to the Lord of Srivaikuntam, to save him. The Lord appeared before the King as Kaaladhushakan, revealed Himself to the King and counseled him to protect dharma. Having had this Beatific Vision, the King requested the Lord to remain in this place as Kallapiran.

This temple history describes Lord Vishnu’s power to perform miracles to serve his devotees. Once one asura abducted Vishnu bhakta Vedasaran’s wife Kumudhavalli. The asura performed magic tricks but was vanquished by Vishnu who danced on his head as Koothar. And he restored Kumudhavalli to her husband.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Vishwaroopam Pooja 07.30 A.M.
Kabalasanthi Pooja 10.30 A.M.
Uchi Kala Pooja 12.00 A.M.
Sayarachai Pooja 04.30 P.M.
Thiruvasagam Pooja 07.30 P.M.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:07.00 AM To 12.00 PM | Evening:04.30 PM To 08.00 PM.

Elite Itinerary Nava Tirupathi Aravindalochanan Perumal Temple

Aravindalochanan Perumal Temple in Tholavillimangalam, a village in Thoothukudi district in Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th – 9th centuries AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Aravindalochanan and his consort Lakshmi as Karunthadankanni. The temple is also classified as a Navatirupathi, the nine temples revered by Nammazhwar located in the banks of Tamiraparani river. Along with the Devapiran temple located 100 yards away, the temple is referred as Rettai Tirupathi (meaning twin Tirupathis). This temple is a Rahu Sthalam.

A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing the main shrine and pillared halls. Unlike other South Indian temples, the temple does not have a rajagopuram, the temple’s gateway tower and has a flat gateway. The Vijayanagar and Nayak kings commissioned pillared halls and major shrines of the temple during the 16th century.

The temple follows the Thenkalai tradition of worship. Four daily rituals and three yearly festivals are held at the temple, of which the ten day annual Vaikunta Ekadasi during the Tamil month of Margazhi (December – January) and the Nammazhwar birth celebrations with Garuda Sevai with all nine temple of Nava Tirupathi, being the most prominent.

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Kaala Shanthi Pooja 08.30 AM To 08.30 AM.
Uchi Kala Pooja 11.30 AM To 11.30 AM.
Sayaratchi Pooja 06.00 PM To 06.30 PM.
Aravanai Pooja 08.00 PM To 08.30 PM.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:06.00 AM To 06.00 PM

Elite Itinerary Nava Tirupathi Devapiran Perumal Temple

Devapiran Perumal Temple, also known as Thirutholaivillimangalam Rettai Tirupati Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple in Tholavillimangalam a village in Thoothukudi district in Tamil Nadu, is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th – 9th centuries AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Devapiran and his consort Lakshmi as Karunthadankanni. The temple is also classified as a Nava Tirupathi, the nine temples revered by Nammazhwar located in the banks of Tamiraparani river. Along with the Aravindalochanan temple located 100 yards away, the temple is referred as Rettai

Tirupathi (meaning twin Tirupathis). This temple is a Kethu Sthalam. A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines. Unlike other South Indian temples, the temple does not have a rajagopuram, the temple’s gateway tower. The Vijayanagar and Nayak kings commissioned pillared halls and major shrines of the temple during the 16th century. Devapiran is believed to have appeared to slay the demon Somuka who abducted the four Vedas. The temple follows the Thenkalai tradition of worship. Four daily rituals and three yearly festivals are held at the temple, of which the ten-day annual Brahmotsavam during the Tamil month of Chithirai (April – May) and the Nammazhwar birth celebrations with Garuda Sevai with all nine temple of Nava Tirupathi, being the most prominent.

As per Hindu legend, Somuka, a demon, defeated Brahma, the Hindu god of creation and stole the four Vedas (sacred texts) from him. Brahma was helpless and he did severe penance in the banks of Tamiraparani River seeking favour from Vishnu in the form of Devapiran. Pleased by the penance, Vishnu appeared to Brahma and promised to retrieve the Vedas. He killed the demon Somuka and restored the Vedas to Brahma. He also wished to set his abode as Srivaikuntam and resided there as Vaikuntanatha.

The temple occupies an area of 5 acres and is surrounded by a granite wall 580 ft (180 m) long and 396 ft (121 m) broad. Unlike other South Indian temples, the temple does not have a rajagopuram, the temple’s gateway tower. A granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines and two of its three bodies of water. The temple has five precincts. The sanctum houses the image of Devapiran in standing posture. The image is made of Saligrama stone and ablution is usually done with milk. The hall preceding the sanctum, the Artha Mandapam houses the festival image of Kallapiran made of panchaloha with the images of Sridevi and Bhudevi on either of his sides. It is believed that the sculptor caressed the cheeks of the image with his hand as he got enchanted by the image and it is seen in the image. The Ardha mandapa is guarded by two Dwarapalakas on either side.

There are two shrines for the two consorts of Vishnu, Vaikunta Nayaki and Chorantha Nayaki, both facing each other. There are separate shrines for Senai Mudaliar, Garuda, Venugopala, Manavala Mamunigal and Yoga Narasimha. There is another shrine that houses the images of the ten avatars of Vishnu, the Dasavatharam. The Maha Mandapa and the Swarga Madapa are believed to be later additions. The Dwajasthambam mandap has pillars with refined architectural features. The temple maintains an elephant, which is housed in the hall close to the temple flagstaff.

Brahmanda Purana one of the eighteen sacred texts of Hinduism and written by Veda Vyasa contains a chapter called Navathirupathi Mahatmyam that describes all the nine temples of Nava Tirupathi. The Devapiran temple is revered in Nalayira Divya Prabandham, the 7th–9th century Vaishnava canon, by Nammazhwar. The temple is classified as a Divyadesam, one of the 108 Vishnu temples that are mentioned in the book. The temple is also classified as a Nava Tirupathi, the nine temples revered by Nammazhwar located in the banks of Tamiraparani river. Nammazhwar makes a reference about the temple in his works in Thiruvaimozhi. During the 18th and 19th centuries, the temple finds mention in several works like 108 Tirupathi Anthathi by Divya Kavi Pillai Perumal Iyengar. The temple also forms a series of Navagraha temples where each of the nine planetary deities is associated with one of the Nava Tirupathi temples. The temple is associated with Ketu, a snake planet. Along with the Aravindalochanan temple located 100 yards away, the temple is referred as Rettai Tirupathi (meaning twin Tirupathis).

TEMPLE POOJA DETAILS

Kaala Shanthi Pooja 08.30 AM To 08.30 AM.
Uchi Kala Pooja 11.30 AM To 11.30 AM.
Sayaratchi Pooja 06.00 PM To 06.30 PM.
Aravanai Pooja 08.00 PM To 08.30 PM.

TEMPLE OPENING TIME

Morning:06.00 AM To 06.00 PM

Nava Tirupathi Tour Itinerary

Day 1 – Madurai [Pickup / Sightseeing] To Tirunelveli [Halt]

  • Morning Upon Arrival First We Check You In A Nominal Hotel For Refreshment.
  • Then We Cover Meenakshi Amman Temple And Travel To Tirunelveli Which Is 3 Hrs Journey.
  • Upon Arrival We Check In Hotel And Take A Night Halt.


Day 2 – Tirunelveli To Nava Tirupathi [Sightseeing] To Tirunelveli [Halt]

  • Morning After Breakfast We Start Covering Nava Tirupathi Temples.
  • Thiruvaikundam, Thiruvaragunamangai, Thiruppalaikudi, North & South temples of Thirutholaivillimangalam.
  • Evening After Some Shopping We Return Back To Hotel For Dinner And Night Halt.


Day 3 – Tirunelveli To Nava Tirupathi [Sightseeing] To Madurai [Drop]

  • Morning After Breakfast We Cover Thirukkudanthai, Thiruperai, Thirukolur and Thirugurukoor.
  • Evening We Travel To Madurai Which Is A 3 ½ Hrs Journey.
  • Upon Arrival Madurai We Drop You At Madurai Airport.
  • Tour Ends.

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