Devaadi Raja Perumal Temple
|Proper name||Therazhundru Temple|
|Location||Therazhundur, near Kuttalam, Kumbakonam|
|Primary deity||Sri Devaadi Raja Perumal
|Architectural styles||Dravidian architecture|
Sri Devaadi Raja Perumal, or Thiruvazhunthoor, is a Hindu temple situated in Thiruvazhunthoor, Therazhundur, a village in Tanjore district of Tamil Nadu. It lies in between Mayavaram junction and Kuttalam railway station on the main railway line between Chennai (Madras) and Tanjore. It is one of the "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars.
Adisesha, Surya Prabhai, Indra Vimanam, horse and elephant are the mounts used for the Lord. For the goddess, the mounts used are Surya Prabhai. Yali, Swan, elephant and lion. The sub-temples of this shrine are Govindarajar temple.
- 108 Vaishnavite Divya Desams: Divya desams in Pandya Nadu . M. S. Ramesh, Tirumalai-Tirupati Devasthanam.
- Census of India, 1961, Volume 9, Issue 7.India. Office of the Registrar, India. Office of the Registrar General
- Article about the temple
- Panguni Uthram Thayar Thirukalyanam video
- Discourse by Shri U. Ve Velukudi Krishnan
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