One of the three temples that constitute the Thanjai Mamani Koil
Divya Desam where Lord Vishnu kept up the word of his devotee, the temple priest
Divya Desam built by Mayan, the architect of the asuras, for which Vishnu let go of his conch and discus!
Divya Desam and “Mummurti kshetram” that has shrines for the Hindu Trinity of Siva, Vishnu and Brahma, with their consorts
Located between Trichy and Musiri on the northern banks of Kaveri, this Abhimana Stahalam with some excellent, intricate architecture is also associated with curing mental illnesses.
Divya Desam temple where Vishnu, as Kallazhagar, came to give away his sister Meenakshi’s hand in marriage to Siva
Divya Desam Perumal temple associated with the story of Gajendra moksham
Perumal temple on the banks of the Tambraparani, considered equal to Tirupati.
Divya Desam temple in Kandiyur, where Siva is said to have been relieved of his Brahma-haththi dosham (for having severed one of Brahma’s heads)
Where Neelan became Tirumangaiazhvar, and the site of Vishnu’s marriage to Lakshmi as Vanjulavalli and the promise He made to Sage Medhavi