This temple lies in Thirunaangur of Tanjore district in Tamil Nadu. It’s approximately 7 miles away from Seerkazhi and is close to to Thirunaangur. Transport facilities aren’t supplied.
Once there has been a king named Swethan, the son of Thundu maran of the Surya dyansty. Fearing early death he sought the help of “Maruthuva Maharishi”, the son of Lord Surya the solar god. He informed swethan to chant the “Mrithyunjaya Manthiram” by using sitting below the Tree vilvam which became at the south bank of the pushkarani. Lord Narayanan supplied himself before the king and blessed him with a long lifestyles.
This Kshetram is known as South Tirupathi. All the supplying in because of the Thiruvenkadamudayan of Tirupathi can be supplied here too.
At Thiruvinnagar, Lord Oppiliappan blesses together with godess Bhoodevi as an equal form of Lord varahaswamy and Bhoodevi as Tirumala Tirupathi. Also as an equal shape of Lord Srinivasa and Padmavathi Thaayar, the Lord blesses us as Thiruvellakulam as Lord Srinivasa and Padmavathi.
As for the above stated motives, both the Kshetrams are considered in equal with Tirumala Tirupathi.
Lord Srinivasa at Vellakulam has the qualities of Lord Rama and Lord Krishna. As lord Rama is the elder brother – Annan of Lord Krishna. So Lord Srinivasa bears the name Annan right here.
As he stored the king Swethan from the loss of life fear he indicates himself as Varadharajan. So because the perumal stands as shape representing all of the yugams the Vimaanam too has a hint of this act as Thathuva Yodhaga Vimaanam.
The perumal accordingly has the names of elder and more youthful brother specifically “Annan” and “Kannan”. Hence this temple is called Annan Kovil. Also it is to be mentioned that the perumal is also called as Narayanan. Thus this call acts as a bridge among the similarity of Sri Rama and Venkata Krishna – Thiruvenkadamudayan for both of them have been on the lookout for their wieves Seetha devi and Godess Padmavathi respectively.
Vellam approach flood and kulam way pond. Both the terms constitute water best. As like Annan Kovil, this area has got its another name “Thiru Vellakulam” from the above similarity. It also can taken that Lord Rama, Balarama and Aadhi vishnu are all of white coloration. Lord Krishna is of Blue color the colour of water in ponds and tanks. Taking Vellam as Vellai White shade it could also be said that the name Vellakulam turned into got via the above cause.
This Divyadesam is known as “South Tirupathi”. All the presenting in because of the Thiru Venkadamudayan of Tirupathi may be presented right here too.
This sthalam is the avathara sthalam of Kumudhavalli Naachiyaar .
Whenever Thirumangai Alwar involves this sthalam, he turned into given coconuts smeared with turmeric powder. There is a amazing custom concerned on this problem. (ie) each time son-in-law comes to his spouse’s vicinity, he could be offered and greated along side the coconuts. Since, Thirumangai Alwar married Kumudhavalli Naachiyaar, he is offered in conjunction with coconuts.
The Moolavar of this Divyadesam is Sri Srinivasan. Also called Kannan, Narayanan and Anna Perumal. He is giving his seva Nindra (Standing) Thirukkolam facing his thirumugham closer to eest course. Prathyaksham for Ekadesa Rudhirar and Swetha Rajan.
The Thayaar observed on this sthalam is Alarmel Mangai Naachiyar. The Utsavar Thaayar is Padmavathi. Also referred to as Poorar Thirumagal.Pushkarani -Thiru Vellakulam. Vimanam- Thathuva Yodhaga Vimaanam.
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