Divya Desam temple connected with the quelling of Rudra’s anger after Daksha’s yagam
Divya Desam temple connected with the story of Sage Uthangar and the Mahabharatam war
Paadal Petra Sthalam where Rama sought and obtained advice from Lord Siva before advancing upon Lanka
Divya Desam built by Mayan, the architect of the asuras, for which Vishnu let go of his conch and discus!
Divya Desam temple and Krishan Aranya Kshetram, where a 12-foot tall Perumal is in the garbhagriham, with Sage Markandeya, Prahlada, and a cow and calf representing His sister Parvati
Divya Desam where Vishnu married Lakshmi after her penance, witnessed by Devas who now reside as bees
Paadal Petra Sthalam and a maadakoils built by Kochchenga Chola, this temple is connected to the story of Kumbakonam
Ancient Siva temple and Paadal Petra Sthalam located very close to Kumbakonam
Ancient Siva temple and Paadal Petra Sthalam, shaped like a chariot, located very close to Kumbakonam
Perumal temple on the banks of the Tambraparani
Perumal temple on the banks of the Tambraparani, considered equal to Tirupati.
One of the nine Nava Tirupati temples and a Divya Desam associated with Sani, located near Tirunelveli
One of the nine Nava Tirupati temples and a Divya Desam associated with Guru, located near Tirunelveli
Where Neelan became Tirumangaiazhvar, and the site of Vishnu’s marriage to Lakshmi as Vanjulavalli and the promise He made to Sage Medhavi