Sri Ulagalanda Perumal temple

Sri Ulagalanda Perumal temple

Sri Ulagalanda Perumal temple

Sri Ulagalanda Perumal temple













Sri Ulagalanda Perumal temple

Moolavar : Karvaana Perumal, Kalvar Perumal
Urchavar : –
Amman / Thayar : Kamalavalli Nachiar
Thala Virutcham : –
Theertham : Gauri Theertham
Agamam / Pooja :
Old year : 1000-2000 years old

Historical Name : Tirukarvaanam
City : Tirukarvaanam
District : Kanchipuram
State : Tamil Nadu



The temple is adored by the Mangalasasanam hymn of Saint Tirumangai Azhwar.


Vaikunda Ekadasi in Tamil Margazhi covering December-January is grandly celebrated in the temple.

Temple’s Speciality:

Karvaanam is one of the 108 Divyadesas of Perumal. Perumal appears majestically blessing the devotees with his right leg pressed on the ground with the left up.

Opening Time:
The temple is open from 7.00 a.m. to 12.00 a.m. and from 4.00 p.m. to 8.00 p.m.


Sri Ulagalanda Perumal Temple, Kancheepuram-631 502.


+91-94435 97107, 98943 88279

General Information:

Lord Perumal stands majestically facing north blessing His devotees. Vimana above the sanctum is of Pushkala design. Mother Parvathi had the darshan of Lord in this temple.

Devotees pray here to develop human qualities and shed their egos.

Thanks giving:

Devotees perform Tirumanjanam to Perumal offering new vastras.

Greatness Of Temple:

This is one of the three temples within one temple ranking among the Divyadesas. There are three Divyadesas within this temple Tiru Ooragam, Tiru Neeragam and Tiru Karakam. It is said that barring Tiru Ooragam, other temples were elsewhere earlier and were set together under one roof at a later period. Saint Tirumangai Azhwar had included all these Divyadesas in one Mangalasasanam hymn.

Temple History:

In his Mangalasasanam, Tirumangai Azhwar had specifically mentioned the name of the Lord of this temple as Karvaanathu Ullai Kalva – “you are in Karvaanam stealing the hearts of the devotees.” Hence, this temple assumes greater significance than the other two.

Historians are unable to conclude whether Tiru Neeragam and Tirukarakam had come to join Tiru Ooragam when Azhwar came here to submit his Mangalasasanam. Or did Azhwar sung his hymns at different places. When the temples met together, are questions still not solved.










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