Collection Of All Spiritual Stuffs.

Sri Kaisina Vendhan Perumal - Thiru Puliangudi, Nava Tirupathi - Nine Holy Temples

with 0 Comment
Sri Kaisina Vendhan Perumal - Thiru Puliangudi, Nava Tirupathi - Nine Holy Temples
Position in Nava Tirupathi : 03
Planet (Graha) : Budha (Mercury)
Presiding Deity : Boomipalakar – in a lying pose facing east using a rice measuring vessel as a pillow
Procession Deity : Sri Kaisinavendan
Consort (Thayar) : Malarmagal Nachiar, Poomagal Nachiar, Puliankudivalli
District : Thoothukkudi

Sri Kaisina Vendhan Perumal - Thiru Puliangudi, Nava Tirupathi - Nine Holy Temples
The temple is among the 108 divyadesams of Sri Vaishnavas under the Pandiya Naatu divyadesams. It is the third among the Nava thirupathis along the Thamirabharani river. The presiding deity is Bhoomipalaka perumal in Bhujanga sayanam and the utsavar is called Kaichina Vendhar perumal. Lord Brahma is seated on a lotus, the stalk of which emerges from the Lord's navel. Thayars of this sthalam are Malarmagal nachiyar, Poomagal nachiyar and Pulinguduvalli thayar. Lord Indra is said to have been relieved from Brahma hatya dosham at this sthalam. To see both the thirupaadam (feet) of the Lord, we have to see through the small window in the outer prakaram. The temple represents the Buddan sthalam in the Nava graha sthalams of Nava tirupathi.

Sri Kaisina Vendhan Perumal - Thiru Puliangudi, Nava Tirupathi - Nine Holy Temples
Lord Vishnu, accompanied by Lakshmi Devi,once visited this place,nicely located on the bank of Tamiraparni river,for relaxation. Bhooma Devi, the Godess of Earth, His other consort, jumped to the conclusion that the Lord had ignored her and went to ‘Pathala Lokam‘. As a result ‘Bhoolokam‘ became dry and dark. The ‘Devas’ offered prayers to the Lord for the restoration of normalcy on earth. Maha Vishnu and Lakshmi Devi went to Pathala Lokam, consoled Bhooma Devi, assured her that she and Lakshmi Devi were both equal to him and came back to this place accompanied by both of them. Earth was thus protected and the Lord came to be known as ‘Bhoomi Palakar‘.

Sri Kaisina Vendhan Perumal - Thiru Puliangudi, Nava Tirupathi - Nine Holy Temples
The temple tank is called Varuna theertham and the vimanam is called Veda saara vimanam.
Lord Indira, who had committed ‘Brahmahathi Dosha‘, came to this place, offered prayers to Lord Bhoomi Palakar as advised by ‘Guru Bhagwan’ and got himself freed from the curse. Indira is said to have performed a big ‘Yaga’ here.

Sri Kaisina Vendhan Perumal - Thiru Puliangudi, Nava Tirupathi - Nine Holy Temples
The temple is open in the mornings from 8 am to 12 noon and in the evenings from 1 pm to 6 pm.

Contact : Gopalakrishnan Bhattar @ 04630 256116 or 93666 18185 or 04630 256476

0 comments:

Post a Comment