The Moolavar is Lakshmi Narasimhar, Vayalaalimanavaalan, seen in
seated posture facing west. The Utsavar is Thiruvaaloi Nagaraalan.
Thirumangaialwar's Devi Kumudavalli Naachiyaar was brought up at
The Lord Vayalaali Manavaalan mentioned
in the Divya Prabandam is seen in Thiru Nagari & not in Thiru
Vaali. Hence the two sthalams are counted together as one divya
Thaayaar - Amrudhakadavalli.
Theertham - Ilakshani Pushkarini
The temple is located 3 miles from Thiru Vaali.
The Moolavar is Vedarajan (Vayalaalimanavaalan)
seen in seated posture facing west. The Utsavar is Kalyaana Ranganaathan.
This is the birth place of Thirumangaialwar & there is a separate
sannadhi for him, where he is een in the form of a hunter. Two of
the 5 Narasimhars worshipped by him are in this temple. An idol-Sindanaikiniyaan
worshipped by the alwar can be seen beside him. The spot where Thirumangaialwar
robbed the Lord - Vedarajapuram is situated about half a mile from
this sthalam. Since the Lord gave darshan in wedded pose, he came
to called Kalyaana Ranganaathan.
Thaayaar - Amrudhavalli.