Thiruppernagar Sri Appukkudathaan Perumal Temple

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Thiruppernagar Sri Appukkudathaan Perumal Temple is situated in Koviladi of Trichy district in TamilNadu. It is dedicate to Vishnu and is one of the Divya Desams - the 108 temples of Lord Vishnu revered in Nalayira Divya Prabandham. 

Book online now to perform puja in Thiruppernagar Sri Appukkudathaan Perumal Temple - After completing the order send your Name, Gothram, Star and Date you want us to perform the puja.

We will perform pujai on your behalf by taking sankalpam in your name and send you the prasadam. Book online to perform Puja in Thiruppernagar Sri Appukkudathaan Perumal Temple at Anarghyaa.com and get the Prasadam to your doorstep

 

Puja in this temple is ideal for:

  • People who seek child boon
  • People who are having fear of death 
  • People who seek relief who are facing adverse planetary aspects
  • People who are facing problems due to curse and sins that are affecting their life completely 

 

Significance of the temple:

Appakudathaan Ranganathar Temple is one of the 7 temples referred by Thirumazhisai Azhvaar of Lord Vishnu in Reclining Posture - Anantha Shayanam.  

Perumal got the name Appakudathan as He received the pot of Appam from king Upamanyu

Perumal destroyed the pride of Indira

Perumal in this temple saved Sage Markandeya from fear of death

King Upari Siravasu was relieved from sins and curses in this ancient place

This is the temple from where Saint Periazhwar left for Lord’s Abode after singing his last Mangalasasanam.  Hence, the belief is that one worshipping Perumal here is sure to reach Vaikunta

Also  people who perfoms puja in this temple will be relieved of all curses, sins and will be bestowed with overall prosperity and wellness to the seeker. 


Temple Legend

The temple was home to the Vedic scholars of the time. The temple has inscriptions from the 18th century. 

This one of the five hindu temples situated on the banks of kaveri river dedicated to Ranganatha, a form of Lord Vishnu. There is a belief that childless couples upon praying and offering butter with sugar to the Santhanagopalan deity at the temple are blessed with children

King Upamanyu lost his powers due to the curse of Sage  Durvasa. When begged for pardon and relief, the sage said that the king should feed one lakh people in this place, then known as Palasavanam and he would be relieved of the curse. The king built a palace nearby and commenced the feeding.  One day, Lord Sriman Narayanan-Perumal came there in the guise of an aged Brahmin.  He was served food.  To test the determination of the king, Lord consumed the entire quantity of food prepared for the day.  King politely asked the Brahmin if He wanted anything more.  The Brahmin replied He wanted one pot of Appam.  Sooner He received Appam pot from the king, his curse vanished, says the Sthala Purana.

 

Temple Festival:

  • Car festival on Panguni Uthiram star day
  • Theerthavari in March-April;
  • Vaikunta Ekadasi in December-January;
  • Navarathri
  • Uri Adi Festival

 

Temple Timings:

  • Morning 07.30 AM – 12.00 PM
  • Evening: 04.30 PM – 08.00 PM 

 

Note: 

  • The Price of the Puja includes service charges, prasad, packing and courier cost and any other incidental charges
  • We are not agent of any temple, our representative will perform the puja on your behalf and collect the prasadam.
  • You will receive the prasadam between 15 - 30 days
  • Prasadam will not have any kind of food items
  • Prasadam normally consists of Kumkum or Vibuthi or Turmeric or Sandal Paste or Akshatha