Sri Purushothaman Perumal Temple also known as Uthamar Kovil, Thirukkarambanoor or Bhikshandar Kovil is dedicated to the Hindu god Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma in Uthamarkoil, a village in the outskirts of Tiruchirappalli in the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the 108 Divyadesam dedicated to Vishnu, who is worshipped as Purshottaman and as Poornavalli is his consort Lakshmi. It is believed that Purushottaman appeared to the Hindu gods Brahma and Shiva in order to relieve Shiva of his committed sins when cutting one of the heads of Brahma. The temple is one of India’s few historical temples where the representations of the Hindu trinity, Vishnu, Shiva and Brahma are housed in the same premises and collectively known as Mum murthigal. Purushothaman (Purushan + Uthaman) is the sthalaperumal. Purushan means husband and Uthaman means a person who acts and likes his wife, and who doesn’t even care about other people. Sri Rama is Uthaman’s best illustration and it’s said he is “Eaga Pathini Vridhan.” Therefore this sthalam is called “Uthamar Koil” and Lord Vishnu is called “Uthaman.” Kadhambam stands for combining stuff. Shiva and Vishnu both find themselves in the same temple. This Kshetram is also known as “Kadhamba Kshetram” Only in this sthalam, the brothers Sanaga, Sananthana and Sanath are given the first teachings for Maarkandeya Maharishi on Saivams, and at the same time Prathyaksham. That also demonstrates how to describe the unity. Emperumaan, Sriman Narayanam is called “Uthamar” and the name of Lord Shiva is “Pikshandanar,”.