|Other names||Thadalan Kovil|
|Primary deity||Tiruvikrama Narayana Perumal
|Consort||Loga Nayagi Thaayar
|Festival consort||Mattavizhum Kuzhali|
|Temple tank||Sanga Pushkarani - Sakkara Theertham|
|Appeared for||Romasa Maharishi|
|Architectural styles||Dravidian architecture|
Kazheesirama Vinnagaram or Tadalan Kovil is a Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu located in Sirkazhi in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. The temple follows thenkalai mode of worship.
The temple is located in the holy town of Sirkazhi in Nagapattinam district. Thirumangai Azhvar was initiated by Saiva Kuravar Sambandar to praise the Almighty through Pasurams. The God in the temple is praised as Man alantha Tadalan meaning the one who measured the land. The name Tadalan is in honour of Tiruvikrama form and the moolavar (prime deity) fixed in the central shrine is in this form. The presiding deity, Tiruvikrama, appeared for sage Ashtakoma.
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