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Sthalasayana Perumal Temple, Mamallapuram, Chennai suburb (ஸ்தலசயனப்பெருமாள்)

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Location:

The Sthalasayana Perumal Temple is located near the Mamallapuram bus terminus, Chennai suburb. Mamallapuram is around 40 km from Chennai. From Chennai buses go to Mamallapuram from T. Nagar, Broadway, Adyar etc in around an hours time.

Description:

The Sthalasayana Perumal Temple is dedicated to Sri Vishnu as Sthalasayana Perumal and Divine Mother Shakti as Nilamangai Thayar. The temple has a special shrine for Bhootathalvar who was born in Mamallapuram.

Birth place of Bhootathalvar:


Sri Bhoothatalvar is one of the 12 Alvars of the Vaishnavite tradition. Bhoothatalvar was born in Mamallapuram, Chennai suburb in Tamil Nadu. He is considered to be incarnation of Kaumodaki, the mace of Sri Vishnu. The devotional songs of Bhoothatalvar form the Divya Prabandham "Irandam Thiruvandhadhi".

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