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Arulmigu Oppiliappan Temple   Thirunageswaram

About Arulmigu Oppiliappan Temple

Uppiliappan Temple, otherwise called Thiruvinnagar of Venkatachalapathy Temple is a Temple devoted to Hindu god Vishnu, situated close Thirunageswaram, a town in the edges of the Kumbakonam in the South Indian territory of Tamil Nadu. Built in Dravidian style of engineering, the temple is celebrated in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil ordinance of the Azhwar holy people from the 6th– ninth hundreds of years Advertisement. It is considered as the 60th as a real part of the 108 Divya Desams devoted to Vishnu. Vishnu is worshiped as Uppiliappan and his partner Lakshmi as Bhumi Devi.

The historical backdrop of the temple is specified in the Brahmanda Purana, one of the eighteen renowned worldwide Hindu sacred writings. According to Hindu legend, once Tulasi did retribution to accomplish closeness to Vishnu. Vishnu gave an aid to the plant that his associate Lakshmi would show up under her lap in Tiruvinnagaram. Tulasi showed up in where the temple is found. This is said in the 53rd verse of Nammazhwaar in Thiruviruththam.


  Sri Oppiliyappan Temple, Thirunageswaram, Kumbakonam- 612-204. Thanjavur District.



Andalakkum Aiyan

Padikasu Nathar
Gajendra Varadhan
Hara Shaba Vimochana Perumal
Adhivaraha Perumal

This is one of the 108 Divyadesas of Lord Perumal and has the added reputation of being the birth place – Avatara Sthala of Mother Bhoomadevi.  


Viswaroopa Dharisanam - 6.00 A.m.

Thirupavai - 7.30 A.m.

Thiruvaradhanam - 8.30 A.m.

Uchi Kaala Pooja - 12.00 P.m.

Nithyanu Santhanam - 7.30 p.m.

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