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Vaishnava Divya Desam is the most Popular Vishnu Temples in the World. especially, those temples that are most popular and famous in South India. All Vishnu devotees consider these Vaishnava divya desam to be the most sacred and must visit temples once at least in their life. Among these, Sri Veera Raghava Perumal Temple is one of and Most Historic ones.

History of Veera Raghava Perumal Temple

The Pallavas are credited with constructing the temple in its early years, about the 08th century. Inscriptions during the Pallava dynasty’s rule in the second half of the 09th century can be found here. According to local lore, the temple is almost 5000 years old. As per historian K.V. Soundararajan, this temple, along with the Appakkudathaan Perumal Temple at Koviladi, the Sowmya Narayana Perumal Temple at Thirukoshtiyur, the Rajagopalaswamy Temple at Mannargudi, and the Rangantha Temple at Srirangapatna have a systematic arrangement of subsidiary deities. Inscriptions from the reign of Kulothunga Chola I (1070–1122 CE) show that Tiruvenkatadeva donated 1000 kulis of land to the temple.

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  • This is the temple for pleasantness and the Darshan peacefully.
  • In this temple, Lord Sri Rama is in the form of Jnana Mudra.
  • Temple Authorities provide all benefits to Devotees.
  • The administration is completely handled by The Ahobila Mutt authorities
  • Online darshan can be done through Temples’ Official website.
  • Also, Donations are accepted for Goshala development online.

The architecture of the Temple

Sri Ahobila Matha took the management of this temple. Its Rajagopuram is 05 tiers high (main gopuram). Among Veera Raghava Swamy deities, Sri Kanakavalli Thayar, Lord Ganesha, Alvars, and Gajalakshmi Thayar have their own shrine here. The daughter of a monarch named Dharmasena, Vasumathi, was wed here by the Lord. Additionally, there are shrines dedicated to Lakshmi Narasimha, Ramanujacharyar, Vedanta Desika, Gopalan, Nammalvar, and Chakratalvar are placed here. The ruling deity, Veeraraghava swamy, is lying down (called Bhujanga saying pointing east. His left hand is in the gnana mudra while he preaches to Brahma with his right-hand blessing the sage Salihotra. The Vijayakoti Vimanam (pyramidal roof over the shrine) is so named because it represents Vishnu’s victory over the Madhukaidapas asuras, who were slain by him. Here Godesses in the name of Kanakavalli Thayar.

A religious significance

The presiding deity of the Veera Raghavar temple is Vishnu as Veera Raghava. He is also known as Vaidya Veera Raghavar due to his medical expertise. People present tiny metal sheets with engravings of various human parts at this temple in an effort to get god to heal illnesses or issues with particular organs. It is thought that those who worship the presiding deity would be cured of their incurable illnesses. Devotees travel here to get married, have children, and find hardship relief. The water in the tank is revered more than the Ganges River. A dip in the tank is meant to absolve the devotee of both mental and action-related sins. The revered Abishekam.

Holidays and worship

Purnima, the festival deity’s birthday, is lucky for this kshetram. Thayaar will be transferred to a different mandapam on Fridays for puja. There are 02 festivals each year. These festivals are celebrated in Tamil Chitra month every year. Grand Evnts are Annual Rathotsavam and Teppotsavam. Rathotsavam means Chariot Festival and Teppotsavam means Float Festival.

The following foods are offered to the deity as prasadam: Puliyodharai (Tamarind Rice), Dhadhyannam (Curd Rice), Pongal, Chakkarai Pongal, Vada, Adhirasam, and Murukku. The temple practices pancharatram agama and adhere to the Vadakalai sect of Vaishnavite tradition.

Pujas (rituals) are performed every day and on festivals by temple priests. 04 temple rites are done each day: Kalasanthi at 08 AM in the morning, Uchikalam at 12 noon, Sayarakshai at 06 PM in the evening, and Ardha Jamam at 09 PM at Night.


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