- Adbhthanarayana Ambalam
tiny, remote, but mighty Divya Desa is drawing devout Vaishnavates steadily
since Dwaparayuga, despite well-known for its inadequate transport facilities
and boarding and lodging conveniences. That is the glaring adbhuta - marvel of
this sacred Moolavar, adbhuta Narayanaswamy. The august image of the archamurti
is in standing posture and faces east. It is said to have been installed by
Nakula, one of the five Pandava brothers. The Lord gave darsan to Rukmangada and
liberated him after due worship. Being accessible easily, many ardent devotees
were emancipated timely and fittingly. The Mother is called Karpagavalli, and
true to her name is fulfilling the desires of the worshippers liberally. Bhumi
thirtha is the name of the sacred pond supplying water to temple and bhaktas.
The garbhagriha is beautified with Punyakoti Vimana. Nammalvar worshipped the
Lord and composed sweet pasurams mirroring the splendour of the kshetra and
glory of the Lord. Agamic worship is offered and periodical festivals ate
celebrated with great devotional fervor.
is 3 km off Chenganacherry, a flourishing town of Kerala and conveyance poses a