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Thiruvaikunda Vinnagaram or Vaikunta Nathan Perumal Temple is dedicated to Hindu god Vishnu located in Thirunangur, a village in the outskirts of Sirkazhi in the South Indian state of Tamilnadu. Constructed in the Dravidian style of architecture, the temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil canon of the Azhwar saints from the 6th–9th centuries AD. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Vaikuntanathan and his consort Lakshmi as Vaikundavalli.
In this place Udhanga Maharishi and king Uparisaravasu got the dharsan of the Lord as he is in Vaigunda Loga.
So, the pious river Viraja which is considered to run across the border of Vaikunda loga is the theertham here.
It’s true that god is one. But different relegion preech different paths to attain god. But finally it will take to the ultimate god only. So to indicate this the Vimaanam here is Anantha sathya Varthaka Vimaanam.
Motsam is what the Sikhs call ‘Kailayam’. Hypocrites call it ‘Vaikundam’. There is also a Kayilayanathar temple in Kanchipuram. The same is true of the Vaikuntanatha Perumal Temple. Both these temples are rich in sculptures. On the day of Vaikunda Ekadasi, one should worship at the Kanchipuram Kayilayanathar Temple and then at the nearby Parameswara Vinnagaram Vaikuntanathap Perumal Temple.

The guardians of Vaikunthanathan’s Paramapatha gate are the Jaya-Vijayars. They were born on the planet by the patronage of Kayilayanathar and built a temple for their Paramatman Nathan Vaikundanathar at Kanchipuram. Worship at this temple on Vaikunda Ekadasi day is said to give Vaikunda the title after one’s lifetime.
King Viroshan of Vidarbha. Dynasty of Lord Ivan. Virosan has not had the privilege of having a child for many years. Thus the king went to some sages and asked for directions. The sages replied, “Kannapiran, when he married Rukmini, he too was not blessed with a child. Following this, Kannapiran went to the temple and worshiped Lord Shiva. A child named ‘Pratyumnan’ was born to Kannan and Rukmini by Shiva. Similarly, those who came from the Kanna Pran dynasty will also have the privilege of having a child if they go to the temple and worship Lord Shiva. ”

On hearing this, King Viroshan said, “Sages! The temple is at a distance. It only takes a month to get there, ”he said.

“Don’t worry manna! The sages advised, “If you go to the Kayilayanathar temple in Kanchipuram and worship, you will get the benefit of worshiping Aesan.”
The king also went to the Kayilayanathar temple accordingly and performed temple work and worship.

Eason appeared in the king’s dream and said, “Manna! Jaya-Vijayars, the gatekeepers of Vaikuntha, will come and appear to you as children. ”
According to Eason, the emperor had twin children. He named them Pallavan and Villavan and brought them up. They have been worshiping Lord Vishnu since childhood. As teenagers, Pallava and Villavan performed the Ashwamedha Yagya in the northern corner of the Kayilayanathar Temple in Kanchipuram. Mahavishnu blessed them in the form they have in Vaikuntha. The Perumal temple was located at the place where he was on display.

That revision is the revision of the present ‘Parameswara Vinnagaram’ in Kanchipuram. ‘Vinnakaram’ means ‘Vaikundam’. In the same Thirukkolam that graces Vaikuntha, the Lord appears in the Thirukkolam where Paramapathanatharai sits towards the west. Vaikunthavalli’s mother gives a private meeting as seen from the east. The sanctum sanctorum is located in three tiers.

In it, you can see Perumal’s standing twig on the upper floor, Pallava and the archer sitting on the lower floor, and with his head facing north and stretching his legs in the south, he can be seen worshiping in the middle floor. Ithalam has a separate chanting system in the three sanctum sanctorums of Lord Vishnu. The fourth sanctuary is also here. But there was nothing in the fourth sanctuary.

It is said that if we worship Itala Perumala on Ekadasi and Saturdays, all virtues will come into our lives. The structure of the cave temple structure is made of sandstone and is rich in relief carvings. Most of the Vishnu temples open the Paramapatha gates on Vaikunda Ekadasi day. But since the Jaya Vijayas built the temple here, there is no Paramatman Gate called the Gate of Heaven alone on the Vaikunda Ekadasi day at Italam.

On the day of Vaikunda Ekadasi, it is said that Vaikuntanathara is worshiped by adding green ghee to the Itala sanctum sanctorum. It is said that those who do not have the privilege of having a child should first worship at the Kayilayanathar temple here and then at the Vaikuntha Nathar, the Paramatman, in order to have the privilege of having a child, and for the health and longevity of the newborn children to be enlightened and disciplined. It is the belief of the devotees that those who have serpent doshas in this revision will come on the auspicious days of Ayilyama and get rid of serpent doshas for worship.

Parameswara Vinnagaram is located near the Kanchipuram bus stand in the Vaikundap Perumal Temple.
Contact: Archagar (Chakravarthy – 9566931905)

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