Jupiter (Guru) - Thursday.
Located Place: Olaipadi located near Kumbakonam.
Deity: Aandalukkumayan Perumal (Vishnu) Goddess: Renganayaki (Lakshmi) Bargavi.
Urchavar: Sri Renganathar.
Sthala Virutcham: Punnai.
Theertham: Chandra Theertham.
Old Year: 1000 – 2000 years old.
How to reach: within 18 km from kumbakonam Bus Stand.
Temple Worship time: 7.30 AM to 12.00 PM & 4.00 PM to 8.00 PM.
Temple contact no: 0435- 2000503.
The Village Olaipadi located near Kumbakonam, Tamilnadu, south India. And the main deity is Aandalukkumayanperumal (Vishnu) and his consorts Renganayaki (Lakshmi) Bargavi. And it’s one of the temple for Jupiter (Guru) (Navagraha in Kumbakonam.
Andalkumayan Perumal Temple is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Aadanoor, Tamil Nadu, and India. It is one of the "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars and the deities are similar to Sri Rangam (Thiruvarangam).
And the temple constructed by King of Chola.
Sage Bhirugu worshiped lord Vishnu (Perumal) in the milk ocean mother Lakshmi presented the sage with a garland. The gave it to Indra who in turn placed it.on the head of his elephant. The animal drew the garland and crushed it under its foot. And the Bhirugu anger, the sage crushed Indra to be born in human on earth. And Indra felt down to the earth and rushed to lord seeking relief.
Mother Lakshmi Assured indra that she would be born the daughter of sage Bhirugu and he would be relieved of the curse when she weds perumal then indra waited for the time, when the divine wedding took place he got the relief. Lord Vishnu (Perumal) granted dharson to him on his celebrated reclining posture.
Thiru Adhanoor called as Thiru = Respectable word in Tamil.
Aaa = Cow, than, oor = Village, The lord gave Prathyaksham for Kaamadhenu, so this place is called as "Thiru Adhanoor".
The lord gives seva along with Ranganayaki Thaayar in this place in Kidantha thirukkolam and having Marakkaal (Which is used as a measuring tool) below his head and a writing instrument, Ezhuthaani and Palm leaf in his left head.
The lord who is suppose to be the Paramaathma, resides (Urayum) on all of the hearts, which is considered as the place of stay of him.
He is seeing all the activities of Jeevaathma by going in depth to call to cell. As the seva of this God, he holds of the leaf (Oolai Chuvadi) and a writing instrument, he calculates the good and bad activities of all the Jeevathmaas and based on the activities, he is ruling the Jeevathmaas. Because of this reason this Emperumal is called as "Aandu Alakkum Iyan", as he keeps Marakkal, measuring instrument which is used as the measuring tool for measuring the good and bad activities.
His right hand is the hand which serves all the necessary things needed for the world (Padi alakkum Kai (hand)) and left hand for writing.
The Sun which is a rising above the Earth is one of the way he sees the world. The rays of the sun is the Eye of the God. All the things are happening only after his eyes are opened.
He is not only serving for the Humans, (Mankind) but also to the flowers, rivers, mountains, animals etc. By going indepth into their body as sun rays, he is taking them along their way.
Not even a single cell and its activities can escape from his Sun’s rays in this world.
Because of reason, this Kshethram is called as "Aadhavanulla Oor", which is laterly called as "Adhanoor". Aadhavan means sun and at the same time as the name implies, the pushkarani here is Soorya (Soorya means Sun in Tamil) pushkarani.
Being good (or) bad all the activities and the thinkings of a person should give him good and bad things. It will be even extended from his ancesstors also. What he does will be extended to their forth coming generation people. To write all this Good and bad activities calculations, he is having the writing tool is his hand.
The Jeevathmaa's Karma palan is well explained by this perumal of this Thiru Aadhanoor shetram. The Emperumal is also called as "Padiyallakum Paramadhayalu".
Only in this divya desam, the body (Thirumeni) of thiru mangai alwar reside inside the Garbhagriham (Where the moolavar is situated). But rest of the temples, alwars will be outside the Garbhagriham.
This is one of the story said along with the sthalapuranam of this temple.
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