108 DIVYA DESAMS PDF

Welcome to our Virtual tour. Now we will go you through the Divya Desams with rare and beautiful images of PerumaL and Thayar wherever available. Since we would like to present unique and rare images it will be a long journey and we would appreciate your patience. Now sit back and with a click of your mouse enjoy a visit to divya desams. In Hinduism, Sri Mahavishnu is the most powerful and much-worshipped God.

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Welcome to our Virtual tour. Now we will go you through the Divya Desams with rare and beautiful images of PerumaL and Thayar wherever available. Since we would like to present unique and rare images it will be a long journey and we would appreciate your patience. Now sit back and with a click of your mouse enjoy a visit to divya desams. In Hinduism, Sri Mahavishnu is the most powerful and much-worshipped God.

As India is surrounded by oceans, in the same way the devotion to Lord God known as Bhakti is also spread and spred throughout our country. Emperumaan Sriman Narayanan who is the Paramathma is manifest in all souls the Jeevathmas, is found from Himalayas to Kanyakumari in various thirukkolamgal posture or position in various sthalams places.

Out of these Sthalams, Alwars, who are said to be the amsam of Sriman Narayanan, have sung Mangalasasanam sung in praise of The Lord God on the Perumal and there are totally Sthalams where Alwars have done Mangalasasanam on the Perumal.

There are on the Indian Subcontinent in India and 1 in Nepal. The remaining two, Tirupparkadal and Srivaikuntam , can be accessed only when one leaves this world. Here we go:. In between the Pallava and the Chola kingdom lay an undefined small region called the Nadu nadu or mid country. The Pallava country was also known as Tondaimandalam or Tondai nadu which was boundary on the north by the Svarnamukhi River and on the south by the South Pennar.

The Pandya kingdom lay south of the Cauvery right down to the sea. The western half of the extreme south ruled by the Chera dynasty extending to the Arabian sea was called the Malai nadu or Hill country. The remaining part of India to the north of the Tondai mandalam was known as the Vada nadu or Vadugar nadu the country of the northerners. Accordingly, the listing arranged below shows the sacred places on regional basis adopted by the Sri Vaishnavas. There are divya dEsams, of them on this earth and 2 that are not.

By far, the majority of these divya dEsams are in Tamizh nAdu. There are a few in the current day state of Kerala, and a couple in the current state of Andhra PradhEsh. There are also a few divya dEsams in Northern India. Following is a list of Divya Desam presented in multiple sections according to their location. We have also provided the list of Azhvaar Mangalaasaasanam for each of the Divya Desam. Among the twelve aazhvaars, only 11 composed hymns on the Divya dEsams. Poykaiaazhvaar composed hymns on 6 Divya dEsam, boothathaazhvaar on 13, peyaazhvaar on 15, thirumazhisai aazhvaar on 17, nammaazhvaar on 37, kulasekaraazhvaar on 9, periyaazhvaar on 18, Sri Andaal on 11 and thondaradip podiyaazhvaar on 1, respectively.

Madhurakavi Azhvaar glorified Nammazhvaar in his hymns. I would like to thank Sri N. Sampath of Madras, India, who took time and effort to gather the details regarding the Divya Desam.

Welcome to our Divya desam page. Probably you may be aware that the Srivaishnava shrines and Holy stations known as Divya Desam or Divya Kshetram that were sung by divine saints known as Azhvars who lived in Southern part of India in this Kali Yuga.

There are divya desams in total and two of them are not in this material world. They are Parama padam and ThiruppaRkadal.

Other temples are located in India and 1 divya desam is located in Nepal SaLagramam. We will present you some basic information about each temple and would take you through all the relevant information right from how to reach there, Stay details etc.

Since there are plenty of similar sites which basically provide beautiful images of the Lord God known as Perumal in these DivyaDesam s we will concentrate only on rare information on each of the Kshetram. Having said about the glory of divya desams, it is a sad truth that most of the temples are in need of financial support even to take care of day to day rituals.

We, the devotees of the Sriya: pathi should do our best to take care of these temples. Please come forward and choose one divya desam of your choice and support it for at least daily ritual. I can guide you through how to go about on undertaking this kaimkaryam. HE is patiently waiting for us to bless us and that is the only reason for HIM to be here in this material world. Those days Azhvars, particularly Thirumangai Azhvar has visited as much as 87 divya desams on foot and sung poem in His glory, Mangalasasanam to Lord - PerumaL.

Now with the easily accessible facilities of multi-mode transportation, it is more easier to visit the temples. Thanks for your interest.

Hope you will enjoy these pages. This is just based on grouping the temples with its location-wise. You can also find the respective Mangalasasanam poems by Each Azhwar that they sung at each Kshetram. The Pasuram numbers along with names of Azhwar and the Kshetram is listed in this page. Srirangam Aranga Maanagar, Thiruvarangam Thirukkozhi Thirukkarambanur Thiru veLLaRai Anbil ThiruppEr nagar ThirukkaNdiyur Thirukkodalur Thirukkoodalur Kapisthalam PuLLambUthangkudi Adhanur Kumbakonam Thirukkudanthai ThiruchchErai ThirukkaNNamangai ThirukkaNNapuram ThirukkaNNangkudi Nagaippattinam Thiru Nandhipura viNNagaram VeLLiyangkudi 0 TherazhunthUr SiRu puliyur Thalaichchangkadu IndhaLur KaavaLam paadi Arimeya viNNagaram VaN purushoththamam Thiru semponsey koil Thiru maNi maadak koil Vaikundha viNNagaram Thiru vaali Thiru nagari Thiru Thevanaar thogai Thiru theRRiyambalam Thiru maNik koodam Parththan paLLi Kachchi, Aththigiri Kanchipuram, Kancheevaram, Kanjeevaram Ashtapuyakaram Kanchi ThiruththaNkaa ThiruvELukkai Thiru neerakam Thiruppadakam Thiru nilaath thungaL thuNdam Thiru Urakam Thiru Veqkaa Thirukkarakam Thirukkaarvaanam ThirukkaLvanUr ThiruppavaLa vaNNam Thirup ParamEsvara viNNagaram Thirup putkuzhi Thiru ninRavUr Thiruneermalai Thiru Idavendhai

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List of 108 Divya Desam Temples in India, Sri Vishnu Temples, Maha Vishnu Temples

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108 Divya Desam Temples

In the below list, Divya Desam is followed by the temple name. It is not necessary to travel to the district headquarters or stay there unless specifically mentioned. So the district and state names are mentioned so that devotees can spot it easily on the map. The below list is arranged based on our travel experience. Some Divya Desams are located almost next to each other. After visiting a Divya Desam, always ask the preist for the next Divya Desam route or details.

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