Paramapadanadar Thyagamugacheri

Paramapadanadar, Thyagamugacheri

Vaishnavite Temples - Vellore District


Sri Paramapadanadar with Sreedevi and Bhoomadevi, facing east


Kanagavalli Thaayar, facing east

Other Deities

Andal, Garudan, Anjaneyar, Vishwaksenar, Nammalvar

Paramapadanadar Thyagamugacheri is a small east facing temple which is believed to be very old but has been renovated and looks fairly new. Lord Vishnu with his consorts is seen sitting on Adhisesha, with folded leg and is in a position as if to get up immediately. The same is the case for Garuda. Anjaneya is seen with a dagger. Paramapadanadar Thyagamugacheri is a temple that has been constructed in lieu of the legend.

Holy Water – No information

Holy Tree – No information


Paramapadanadar Thyagamugacheri is claimed to be an old temple and has been renovated recently. Historical information is not available as on date.


Paramapadanadar Thyagamugacheri is considered as the 108th Divya Desam by some devotees. But in reality the last two temples out of the 108 Divya Desams are not in this world.


Take a right at Kaveripakkam junction in the Chennai – Bangalore highway and proceed down to reach Azhagiya Ramar or Sundara Varadar Temple. Keep going north on the road to Sholingur to reach Paramapadanadar Thyagamugacheri.

Stay and Food

None locally

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