Rajagopala Perumal Manimangalam

Rajagopala Perumal Manimangalam

Sriperumbudur Vaishnavite Temples


Rajagopala Perumal, facing east


Sengamalavalli Thaayar, facing east

Other Deities

Garuda, Anjaneya

Rajagopala Perumal Manimangalam is an ancient temple where the lord is seen in standing position with the conch and chakra in opposite hands unlike the normal positions. He is seen along with his consorts Sreedevi and Bhoodevi.

Holy Water (Theertham) – No information

Sacred Tree (Sthala Vriksham) – No information


Rajagopala Perumal Manimangalam abounds with inscriptions in Tamil and Sanskrit, the earliest dating back to the 11th Century CE. An inscription dating back to Raja Raja Chola I records a gift made by members of the Mahasabha to this temple. Inscriptions dating 12th Century AD and to the period of Kulothunga I indicates gifts of land. Several Inscriptions relating to 12 Century CE refers to Vikrama Chola, Raja Raja II, III, Jatavarma Sundara Pandya of donation of land, tax free properties, gifts to the deity and contributions to ensure the lighting of lamps regularly.


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Rajagopala Perumal Manimangalam is 10 kilometers west of Tambaram. Refer our map below for exact location.

Stay and Food

None locally. Chennai is advisable.

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