Located 70 Kms South West of Madurai is Srivilliputhur, the birthplace of Andal and considered to be among the holiest of the 108 Divya Desams.
Sri. U.Ve. Koil Kandhadai Sirupuliyur
Thottachariar Swamy, Srivalliputhur.
Sri. U.Ve. Ko.Ka.Su.Thottachar Swami Thirumaligai,
30 /54 Aandal Sannadhi Veedhi,
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Illaya Acharya swamy Thirumaligai is locted in the Aandal sannidhi Veedhi
Srivilliputhur (srivilliputtur or thiruvilliputtur) is one of the temple towns in Tamilnadu. It is located in Viruthunagar district, Tamilnadu.
This town is well connected by road and rail with all major towns in the state. The nearest airport is in Madurai, 75km away from the town. From Madurai 24 hours bus service is available by the state government transpoart corporation.
Located 70 Kms South West of Madurai is Srivilliputhur, the birthplace of Andal and considered to be among the holiest of the 108 Divya Desams. This is the birthplace of not one but two Azhvaars and a father-daughter one at that- PeriAzhvaar and Andal.
Srivilliputhur is a city and a municipality in Virudhunagar district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is on the Virudhunagar - Tenkasi line of the Southern Railway, about 74 km south of Madurai and well connected by road and rail with Madurai, Sivakasi, Tenkasi, Tirunelveli and Sattur.
The primary landmark of Srivilliputtur is 12-tiered tower structure dedicated to the Lord of Srivilliputtur, known as Vatapatrasayee. The tower of this temple rises 192 feet high and is the official symbol of the Government of Tamilnadu. It is said to have been built by Periyaazhvar, the father-in-law of the Lord, with a purse of gold that he won in debates held in the palace of Pandya King Vallabhadeva. The Government of Tamil Nadu uses this temple tower as part of its symbol.
Another wonder in Srivilliputtur is Chariot which runs on AdiPuram. Srivilliputhur is well known for its ancient heritage and devotinal contributions.