Sri Nindra Naryana Perumal Temple is a Lord Vishnu temple in Thiruthangal which is 2 kms away from Sivakasi town in Tamil Nadu. It is one of the 108 Divya desams of Lord Vishnu – “Bhooloka Vaikuntam” meaning- abode of Vishnu on earth. It is the 91st in the series.
The temple was believed to be constructed during 6th century and 8th century AD. It is a temple which is sculpted on a hill.
The temple is built on a granite hill 100 ft (30 m) tall and a granite wall surrounds the temple, enclosing all its shrines and bodies of water. Unlike other temples, this temple does not have a rajgopuram the temple’s gateway tower .
The Lord Vishnu here was worshipped by Thirumangai Alwar.
108 Divya Desam
This temple is one of the important Divya Desam in this earth known as Bhuloka Vaikuntam- abode of Vishnu on earth. Various Alwars have composed poems on Lord Vishnu – 6500 years back according to legends. Their composition of poems on Lord Vishnu temples all over India is known as Divya Prabandham which was compiled in 9th century.