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The Temple of Thayumanavar is a temple located in Tiruchirappalli, India, in the Rockfort complex. The temple is located near the base of the Rockfort and was built during the 6th century AD by the Pallava king Mahendravarman I.
- Moolavar : Thayumanavar
- Amman / Thayar : Mattuvar Kuzhali
- Thala Virutcham : Vilwa
- Theertham : Brahmma Theertham
- Agamam / Pooja : Karanam, Kameekam
- Old year : 1000-2000 years old
- Historical Name : Shirapuram
- Location : Trichy,Thiruchirapalli,Tamil Nadu
When Lord Sri Rama returned to Ayodhya after freeing Mother Sita from Ravana ‘s imprisonment, the Lord was accompanied by Sri Sugriva, Sri Hanuman and Sri Vibishana to participate in the Lord’s coronation event.
Vibishana came south while returning with the gift of Sri Ranganatha idol from Sri Rama. He decided to rest for a moment, seeing the beauty of River Cauvery and the beautiful surrounding. There was Lord Vinayaka, in a little boy’s form. Vibishana asked the boy to watch over Lord Ranganatha ‘s gift idol. The boy, having waited for Vibishana, put the idol on the ground and hid On a peak.
Vibhishana had been surprised to see the missing child. He spent all his resources to get the idol moving but lost. So Lord Ranganatha, bound to Sri Lanka, shortened His journey and selected Sri Rangam as His home.