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“75th of the 108 Divya Desam”

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Thiruvanvandoor Pambanaiappan Temple
Coimbatore, India
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“75th of the 108 Divya Desam”
Reviewed May 22, 2014

Located around 7 Kms from Thiruvalla towards Chengannur. It is small temple and 75th of the 108 Divyadesam. This temple is said to have been built & worshiped by Nakula of Panja Pandavas.

The main deity is Lord Pambanaiappan. The idol was beautifully decorated with sandalwood paste on the day of visit.

Timings:
05:00 -11:30 & 17:00-20:00 Hrs

Visited May 2014
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“Thiruvanvandoor Pambanaiappan Swamy Temple”
Reviewed February 17, 2014

Thiruvanvandoor Pambanaiappan Swamy Temple is one of the divyadesam ,the 108 temples of Vishnu bhagavan.

This temple was built by Nakula one of the pandava brothers. The sacred Pamba river is very near to the temple and which fetched the deity the name Pambanaiappan.

the place and the deity is referred in hymns sung by the Saint Nammalvar, one of the 12 alwars.

The temple is one the way to Chengannur from Thiruvalla. The aranmula parthasarathy temle is 15kms from this temple.

The temple is situated in a hamlet so please carry some water. Archanai is done at this temple, also you can offer flowers to the deity.

all the diya desam temle near to this place are open from as early as 4am til 12am at noon.
@evening from 5pm till 8pm

Visited February 2014
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