Uyyavantha Perumal is the presiding deity on this temple and is found in nindra tirukolam. The thayar here is referred to as vithuvakotu valli or padmapaani nachiyar. The temple is extra famous as Anjumoorthy temple. It is one a few of the Malai naadu divyadesams of Sri Vaishnavas.
Right at the back of the sannadhi for Lord Shiva, there may be the sannadhi of Uyyavanta Perumal. Lord Uyyavantha is called Abhava pirathan too. The temple exists from the Mahabharata length and there are four sannadhis inside the same complex worshipped through Pancha Pandavas. One sannadhi worshipped through Arjuna, Dharma, Bheema every and the final one worshipped by using Nakul and Sahadev.
This temple is one of the “Divya Desams”, the 108 temples of Vishnu revered with the aid of the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. During Mahabharata period, the Pandavas built the temple here. Arjuna hooked up the temple and that is status as Moolavar, essential deity here. It is said that in Mahabharata period, the Pandavas reached the banks of Bharathapuzha during their exile and hooked up the idol of Lord Vishnu. It is likewise said that the Ayodya king Ambareeksha were given moksha at Thirumittakode. The Maha Vishnu of the temple is called Abhaya Pradhan Temple or Uyyavantha Perumal Temple. It is assumed that Arjuna, one of the brothers, accomplished penance at this web site.
There are 4 sannithis for Perumal.As in step with legend King Ambareesh prayed to Sri Narayanan for Viyugha Avathaar darshan (perumal may be seen in all of the 4 instructions).Thus there are 4 sannidhis for Sir Narayanan facing every direction.
The deity inside the middle became said to were worshipped through Dharman, the one within the west changed into worshipped with the aid of Arjunan, one at the left side changed into worshipped through Bheeman and the deity on the proper aspect changed into stated to were worshipped with the aid of Nakulan and Sahadevan.
The temple is situated in a serene place amongst lush greenery near the river Bharathapuzha. As you input you can see the Sivan sannidhi and also you go round toward the back to go into into the perumal sannidhi. The front to this sannidhi is small and you need to actually climb over a small garinte wall of three ft. The purpose for this may had been to prevent the river water entering into the temple whilst the river swells.
The Moolavar right here is Uyyavantha Perumal. He is discovered in Nindra Thirukkolam facing the south. Prathyaksham for King Ambhareeshan.
Thayar Vithuvakkottu Valli, also called as “Padmapaani Naachiyaar”.
The history of the rise of Kasi Vishwanath in the form of Linga is delicious.
About 2000 years ago, a sage who lived in the area went to Kasi and performed pujas with great devotion to Lord Shiva. As such, the devotee was shocked to learn that his mother was in poor health. Immediately, he left for his hometown, Travancore. When he arrived, Kasi Vishwanath, whom he worshiped, hid in the undergarment he had brought with him. Leaving the umbrella near the present temple, the sage went to bathe in the river. When he came back, the umbrella exploded and the Shiva lingam appeared. Srikasi Vishwanathar is said to have come here like that.
It is said that it is better to pay homage to the Pitras at this place as Kasi Vishwanathar has risen here and the temple is located on the banks of the Bharathapuzha river which joins the ten rivers.
Ambarishan, once the son of a king named Nabakanan, performed severe penance towards Lord Mahavishnu. Mahavishnu appeared before him in the form of Devendra. ‘I have not repented to see Indra; I repented to see Sriman Narayanan, ”Ambarishan said humbly. Pleased to see his devotion, Perumal revealed his true form and bestowed the gifts he requested.
After this, Ambarishan fasted every Ekadasi thinking of Sriman Narayanan. The fast is over, with Bajna songs
It is customary for him to eat food only after praising Perumala and then feeding a devotee.
Once, the evil sage came there in time to be able to fast, and Ambrose begged him to accept the food. He also came to bathe and agreed to eat. The departed did not return until the end of Dhuvatsi. Forced to complete his fast, Ambarishan finished his fast by drinking water. Knowing this, the evil sage became very angry. By his tawa power he created a demon and set out to kill Ambrose.
To glorify Sri Uyyavantha Perumala with the Ambarishan Thiruvithuvakodu, he threw his wheel and killed the demon. After that the evil sage knew the pride of Ambarishan and blessed him.
Ambarishan praised Sri Uyyavantha Perumala and asked him to bless him with his ‘strategic vision’. Strategic vision is the kind of appearance that Perumal looks like when viewed from any angle. When Perumal gave a strategic vision to Ambarishan, the Pancha Pandavas also got the privilege of seeing that vision. With that in mind, they dedicated the statue of Perumal separately. This is the place where the devotee Ambarishan got Motsam and the Panchapandis got absolution.
Just as Perumal gave a strategic vision at Thiruvithuvakottil on the standing thirukkolam, Perumal has also given a strategic darshan at Tiruchithirakoda Divya Desam (near Thanjavur) on the school-going thirukkolam. Tiruchithirakooda Perumala Thirumangai Alvar and Thiruvithuvakottu Perumala Kulasekara Alvar have performed the Mangalasasana. Both the songs are composed in the Sankaraparana raga.
It is special to light a lamp and worship Tulsi with Ithalattu Perumal! If we pay the fee, Rick will recite the Vedic hymns and praise the Lord for us. If you pray to take part in it, the marriage ban will be lifted; The child will be blessed; Devotees hope to get work. The annual festival in the month of Chittirai, the four-day festival during Maha Shivaratri and the Vaikasi mirugasirsham, Perumal Dedication Days are special here.
Because the man who gave the scene to Ambarishan and killed the monster who came to kill him is great at this place … Come and worship him, our sorrows will be solved; The hope of the devotees who come here is that Perumal will save the Nadi visitors from danger! ‘
City temples are available from Shoranur and Pattambi to reach this temple at Thiruvithuvakodu (Thirumithakkodu) which is 6 km away from Pattambi which is located between Shoranur and Kallikottai in Palakkad district of Kerala.