Divya Desam temple connected with the story of churning of the ocean
Two temples that are one Divya Desam, associated with the arrival of Tirumangaiazhvar
Divya Desam temple connected with the story of the churning of the ocean
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Siva blessed sage Durvasa to overcome his anger
Divya Desam temple where Vishnu, like Siva, wears a crescent moon on His head!
Paadal Petra Sthalam near Mayiladuthurai where Indra prayed to be able to witness Siva’s cosmic dance
Divya Desam and a Pancha Ranga Kshetram, where Tirumangaiazhvar’s singing infuriated a sage!
Paadal Petra Sthalam built by the Chola kings, demonstrating the disastrous effects of even playful acts
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Lord Siva relieved a sage in deer form, from a curse
Divya Desam where Vishnu married Lakshmi after her penance, witnessed by Devas who now reside as bees
Paadal Petra Sthalam whose prasadam is considered a cure-all, and is of significance to those under Kataka rasi
Ancient Siva temple and Paadal Petra Sthalam, shaped like a chariot, located very close to Kumbakonam
Nava Kailasam temple on the banks of the Tambraparani, consecrated by Sage Romaharshana
One of the nine Nava Tirupati temples and a Divya Desam associated with Chandran, located near Tirunelveli
Rock temple carved into one side of the Satyagiri hill on which is the Tirumayam fort.