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Sri Parimala Ranganatha Perumal - Thiru Indhaloor

Sri Parimala rangan
Sri Parimala Rangan-(file picture)

Thiruindalur is one of the 108 divya desams in Mayavaram (Mayiladuthurai) town itself.

According to the legends, Lord Narayan removed the curse of Chandran here at this place. Indhu means moon and as the Lord cured Chandra (Moon) of his curse, this place is known as Indhaloor.

Sri Parimala Rangan temple
Sri Parimala Rangan temple
 temple praharam
Inside the temple

The Moolavar of this sthalam is Sri Parimala Ranganathan. Also called as Sugantha Vananathan and Andhiya Rangan. He is seen in Kidantha (Sleeping) Thirukkolam in Veera Sayanam facing east.

Prathyaksham for Chandran ( Moon)

The Thayaar found in this sthalam is Parimala Ranganayaki. Also known as Chandra shaba vimosana valli and Pundarigavalli.

Mangalasasanams The temple is revered by the verses of Tirumangai azhwar

Festivals This temple has utsavama (festivals) throughout the month of Aipasi (Ashwina/Ashvayuja - mid-October to mid-November).
Temple location It is situated in Mayavaram town close to the bus stand. If you drive your car, it is easily accessible.

Temple Timings It is normally open from 5 am –12.30pm and 4.30pm-8.30pm

How to reach?
Mayavaram ( Mayiladuthurai) is well connected by road, rail from Chennai, Trichy,Kumbakonam and Thanjavur

Where to Stay?There are many budget and semi deluxe hotels in Mayavaram
Where to Eat?There are good restaurants in Mayavaram.
Contact NA
Useful data
State: Tamil Nadu
District: Mayavaram
Famous for: Pilgrimage,agriculture
Languages: English,Tamil
Best Season: Throughout the year. Summer( from May to July) could be very hot and dry when the mercury shoots to 40 degree celsius.
Weather: Summer 33-42°C, Winter 16-28°C
Altitude: Sea level
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