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Thiruvazhunthoor (tErazhundUr)- Sri Devaadi Raja Perumal Temple, Mayavaram
Temple & Location:
This sthalam is a village which is situated in
Tanjore district of Tamil Nadu.
It lies in between Mayavaram junctiont and
Kuttalam station on the main railway line between Chennai
(Madras) to Tajore.
This temple can also be reached by travelling
around 7 Kms from Kuttalam and about 8 Kms from Mayavaram.
This Divyadesam is also called with other names
such as Azhundoor, Azhundhai, Therazhunthur.
Uparisaravasu was the king of Sethi Kingdom and
was the student of Devaguru Bhragaspathi. He got a chariot
which floated in the sky from Lord Indra.
Once he settled a dispute between the rishi's and
devas and favour it in the Deva's side.
The rishi's got angry and cursed the king that
his chariot would not fly in the sky.
So as an effect to the curse, his chariot got
stuck in this place and the king fell infront of the lord.
Henceforth this place is called as Therazhunthur (Ther means
Lord Narayana sent Garudan and helped him to fly
back. As Lord helped the person loved by deva's who was a
human he was called Devaadirajan from then on.
Moolavar Devaadirajan is of 10 feet tall having
Lord Gauruda to his left and prahalatha along with Markanteya
Maharishi to his right. He has Gadhayudham (his weapon) in his
left hand. River Cauvery too is there kneeling at his lotus
Utsavar Aamaruviappan stands with a very
beautiful calf along with his two wives.
Cow and calf belong to the Deva group, buffulo's
belong to Asura group and sheep's belong to Mankind. Lord
Krishna thus saves all the living things. As Jeevatma becomes
a tamed cow before Lord Krishna and he too behaves as a tamed
cow infront of a pure heart, he is called as Aamaruviappa (ie)
Aaa means cow (person who is as soft as a cow). Thus the Lord
Aamaruviappa is said to inherit the qualities of Lord Krishna
(ie) (he contains Lord Krishnas Amsam).
There is a tale regarding Aamaruviappan's arrival
at this place. Once Lord Brahma stole all the cows of Ayarpadi
which were under Lord Krishna's custody and locked them at
Theruzhunthur. Lord Krishna came to know this thro his Yoga
maya and created a whole new heard of cows. Lord Brahma then
asked Lord Krishna to forgive him. He asked Lord Krishna to
stay permenantly at this place and bless all the people who
seek his help.
There's a beautiful unjal Mandapam
(Unjal - Joola
- Swing) in this temple.
Rajagopuram, poet kamban and his wives
images are beautifully carved. (Poet Kamban was born here
only) there are also many beautiful images which are in a
Manavala Maamunigal has done Mangalasasanam to
his place. Utsavar is brought for Thirumanjanam (ceremony of
bathing the lord) in river cauvery many times each year.
As an act of Unison, Lord Krishna
Aamaruviappan is dressed up as Lord Rama and brought in
Ceremony near the Vedapuriswarar temple (Lord Shiva's temple).
Moolavar has golden
Sagasranama necklace, Dasavathara Udhara Malai, Golden anklet,
godess Alarmel mangai in his heart diamond Thiruman (sacared
symbol of Vaishnavities).
1. This Sthalam is the birth place of the Great
Tamil Poet, Kambar who has created "Kamba
The Moolavar of this sthalam is Sri Devaadi
He is giving his seva in Nindra (Standing) Thirukkolam facing
his thirumugham towards east direction. Prathyaksham for
Dharma devadai, Uparisaravasu, River Cauvery, Garudan and
The Thayaar found in this sthalam is
The Utsavar found in this sthalam is
Listed below are some of the Utsavams (Festivals)
done in this Sthalam.
Sri Vasudevar Sannadhi
Sri Narasimhar Sannadhi
Sri Ramar Sannadhi
Sri Vishwaksenar Sannadhi
Sri Desikar Sannadhi
Sri Alwars Sannadhi
Sri Andal Sannadhi
Sri Kambar Sannadhi
Sri Hanuman Sannadhi