About Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple
Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple in Natham (Srivaikuntam) is one of the Nava Tirupathi temples dedicated to Lord Vishnu. One of the 108 ‘Divya Desams’ of Lord Vishnu, this temple is also known as Sri Vijayasana Perumal Temple. It is also one of the Navagraha with Chandra as its deity. In this temple Lord Vishnu is known as Vijayaasana Perumal and is seen sitting on a throne.
The Temple of Liberation
A person named Vedavi was an ardent devotee of Lord Vishnu. He did all his duties to his parents and Guru faithfully and would chant the Aasanathai Mantra with complete devotion. Lord Vishnu appeared disguised as a Brahmin and told him to go to Varaguna Mangai. Vedavi did as told and began chanting the mantra on the banks of the Thamirabarani river. Lord Vishnu appeared in front of him and granted him liberation from the cycle of life and death.
Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple Timings
06:00 AM to 11 AM
05:00 PM to 08:00 PM
Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple Pujas and Aartis
08.00 AM Vishwaroopam Puja
09.30 AM Kalasanthi Puja
12.00 AM Uchi Kala Puja
04.00 PM Sayarachai Puja
06.00 PM Thiruvasagam Pooja
(Annadanam is provided to the worshippers at 12.15 PM)
How to reach Natham (Srivaikuntam)
Srivaikuntam railway station is 3 km from the temple.
Tirunelveli railway station is 34 km from the temple.
Both Trivandrum and Madurai airports are 170 km from the temple.
Nearby places to visit from Thiru Varagunamangai Perumal Temple
Ramamoorthy Swamy Temple
Distances from Natham (Srivaikuntam)
Tirunelveli – 24 km
Tiruchendur – 33 km
Kanyakumari – 103 km
Madurai – 173 km
Rameshwaram – 215 km
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