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Nanmadiya Perumal Temple
Nanmadiya Perumal Temple is located in Tamil Nadu
Nanmadiya Perumal Temple
Nanmadiya Perumal Temple
Location in Tamil Nadu
Coordinates: 11°7′50″N 79°47′24″E / 11.13056°N 79.79000°E / 11.13056; 79.79000Coordinates: 11°7′50″N 79°47′24″E / 11.13056°N 79.79000°E / 11.13056; 79.79000
Location
Country: India
State: Tamil Nadu
District: Nagapatnam
Location: Thalachangadu
Temple Details
Primary Deity: Naanmadiya Perumal(Vishnu)
Consort: Talaichanga Nachiar(Lakshmi)
Temple Tank: Chandra
Architecture and culture
Architectural styles: Dravidian architecture

The Naanmadiya Perumal Temple is a Hindu temple situated in the village of Thalaichangadu, near Akkur in Nagapattinam district of Tamil Nadu, India. The presiding deity is the Hindu god Vishnu. It is one of the "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars.[1]

The Temple[edit]

The temple has a shrine for Naanmadiya Perumal facing east. It has an invaluable conch.

Legend[edit]

Lord Vishnu worshipped Lord Shiva to acquire the famous conch, Panchajanyam. There is a famous Sayavaneswarar Temple, dedicated to Lord Shiva in the same village, where Lord Vishnu is believed to have worshipped Lord Shiva.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Hindu Pilgrimage: A Journey Through the Holy Places of Hindus All Over India. Sunita Pant Bansal.