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Kerala Temples

091. Thiruvanvandoor - Sri Paambanaiyappa Perumal Temple

About the Temple & Location:

This sthalam is situated 4 miles away from Sengannoor in North in Kerala state. We can also reach this place by traveling by bus that starts from Thirucchenganoor to Kottayam. Since, this is a small village, there is no lodging facility, one has to stay in Thiruvalvaazh.


The temple was built by Nakulan - one among the Pancha Pandavas which is the specialty of this kshetaram.

Sthlapuranam :

It is said that this Divyadesam sthalam is built by Nakulan, one among the Pandavas.

Once, Narada got a Sabham from Brahma devan and he came to this sthalam and worshipped Paambanaiyappan. At that time, Sriman Narayanan came in front of him and explained the Naradeeya puranam, that explains about the Gnana explanation. It also explains that both Saivam and Vaishnavam should be treated an one and all humans should be treated the same way.

Another great person, Maarkandeya Maharishi who is one of the Siranjeevi, got the seva of this perumal. The perumal gave his seva along with Kamalavalli Naachiyaar as Kamalanathan in Nindra thirukkolam.

The perumal is also called as "Pambha Anai appan". Lots of utsavar Idols were got during excavation and they were kept in Separate sannadhis.


The Moolavar found in this sthalam is Paambanaiyappan. (Paambu + Anai + Appan). He is also named as "Kamalanathan". Moolavar is in Nindra Thirukkolam facing West Prathyaksham for Narada and Maarkandeya.


The Thaayar of this sthalam is Kamalavalli Naachiyaar.


     Nammalwar - 10 Paasurams.
Total 10.


Pabhanasa Theertham.

Pambha Theertham.

Vedhalaya Vimaanam.

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