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Sri Nindra Nambi Perumal Temple is located at Thirukkurungudi town of Tirunelveli district,Tamilnadu and also revered as one of the 108 Divya Desam temples,dedicated to Lord Vishnu.


This temple is also known as “Vaamana Kshetram”. Lord Vishny was born in the month of Puratasi. The dhavadasi was born in Vijayadhavadasi. The suryan and Vyazha Guru Bragaspathi taught the Brahma soothram to Vijaya dhavadasi. Vaamanar was born to the Maharishi. He got the Dharbai from his father. All the Vedas were taught him by Bharadhwaja Maharishi. He gave him a food when he begged for food. Vaamanar gave his seva as a short muni in this sthalam. This sthalam is called as “Kurungudi”. Once lord Shiva sword the head of Brahma so he caught by Brahmagathi dosham. He got the advice by NindraNambi to get out from this dhosam.

Then he begged the food from Kurungudi valli to get relief from this dhosam. Finally, he learnt Sudharsana Japam from Vamanar and him completely relief from dhosam. East direction of this temple, a small temple was constructed for "Thirumangai Alwar Thiru varasu" on the bank of a river.

how can you reach this temple
By Surface Transport

Thirukkurungudi has an extensive transport network and is well-connected to other major cities by road.Distance is 45 km from Tirunelveli,15 km from Nanguneri and 10 km from Valliyoor.

The nearest railway station is Tirunelveli train station Junction which is 35 Km from Thirukkurungudi.

By Air

The nearest airport  is Thiruvananthapuram International airport, Thiruvananthapuram which is 71 Km from Thirukkurungudi.


Sri Nindra Nambi Perumal Temple Thirukkurungudi

Extra Information

Nearby Temple

Thiruparkadal Nambi Temple

Sastha Temple

Rukminiamman Temple

Narayana Swami Temple

Karpaga Vinayagar Temple

Azhagiya Nambi Perumal Temple

Timings and Events

6.30 AM to 12.00 and 5.00 PM to 9.00 PM.


Panguni Brahmostavam – March/April

Vaikundha Ekadashi – December/January

Chithirai Vasanthostavam – April/May

Vaikasi Jyeshtabishekam – May/June

Navaratri – September/October

Float Festival – January/February

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