The namasankeerthans and bajans are sung during everyday pooja and everyone will love it.
Links: Location Photos Weblink Sri Boominathar Temple at Thiruvidanthai Links: Location DD062 – Sri Nithya Kalyana Perumal Temple at Thiruvidanthai (Divya Desam) Vara perumal married 360 daughters of Sage Klava and He is known as Nithya Kalyana perumal. Links: Location DD063 – Sri Sthala Sayana Perumal Temple at Thirukkadalmallai / Mahabalipuram (Divya Desam) Before 2013, the whole temple was buried under the ground and the stones were scattered all around the place.
All 360 were united into one and named as Lakshmi and He has her on His lap, so the name as Thiruvidanthai. Links: Location Photos Weblink1 Weblink2 Sri Subramanya Swamy Temple near Tigercave This ancient temple buried under sea sand surfaced out during the recent tsunami. 5 moorthies were discovered while building the temple.
Built by the representative of the Vijayanagara King Krishna Dhevarayar (1507-1529), this is being maintained by Archeological Survey of India (ASI).
Unlike the other Panduranan temples, 5 feet tall Vittal here is seen with Rukmani and Sathyabama.
The youngsters of the village have housed the Lord in a temporary shed now on the bank of the river itself and the temple construction is going on by the side.
It is located on the ECR road just at the start of the Palar bridge.
The temple has lots of inscriptions in Sanskrit, Pali and ancient Tamil.
In the temple compound, Shiva and Vishnu have separate sanctum sanctorums.
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