|Other names:||Palli Konda Perumal Temple|
|Primary Deity:||Palli Konda Perumal,
|Architecture and culture|
|Architectural styles:||Dravidian architecture|
Thiruthetriyambalam or Palli Konda Perumal Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in the holy city of Thirunangur, Tamilnadu, India. It is one of the Divya Desams, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars.
The temple complex has a single prakaram(outer courtyard) and a separate shrine for Thayar, the consort. It is located close to Thirunangur, a small village, 8 km east of Sirkali en route to Thiruvenkadu.
The Thirumangai Alvar Mangalasasana utsavam(festival) in the month of Thai(Jan-Feb) witnesses 11 Garudasevai a spectacular event in which festival images idols from the 11 Thirunaangur Divyadesam shrines in the area are brought on Garuda mounts to Thirunangur. An idol of Thirumangai Alvar is also brought here on a Hamsa Vahanam(palaquin) and his paasurams(verses) dedicated to each of these 11 temples are recited. The utsavar of Thirumangai Alvar and his consort Sri Kumudavalli naachiyar are taken in a palanquin to each of the 11 temples, through the paddy fields in the area. The paasurams(poems) dedicated to each of the 11 Divyadesams are chanted in the respective shrines. This is the most important of the festivals in this area, and it draws thousands of visitors.
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