VECHICLE TYPE KM FREE HRS RATE(Rs) EXTRA PER KM EXTRA PER HRS
Non A/C A/C Non A/C A/C
INDICA 140 5 1830 1970 12 13 70
INDIGO/SWIFT/ETIOS 140 5 1990 2130 13 14 70
ECO/VENTURE 140 5 2090 2230 13 14 70
XYLO/TAVERA 140 5 2420 2560 15 16 90
INNOVA 140 5 2,680 17 120


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Navathirupathi Temples is a set of nine Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in Tiruchendur-Tirunelveli route, Tamil Nadu, India in the banks of Thamiraparani river. All these 9 temples are classified as "Divya Desams", the 108 temples of Vishnu revered by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars.

Popular places in Navathirupathi


1.Sri Vaikundam, Srivaikuntanathan Permual Temple



Sri Vaikundam Temple is located 29 Kms from Tirunelveli towards Tiruchendur. Many years back, a cowherd in the Pandya kingdom witnessed a strange event on the land where this temple is situated. The King was informed who ordered an excavation. The Lord's shrine was discovered and it is around this spot that the sanctum has been built. The present day Gopuram was built by Chanthirakula Pandiyan. The vedic practice is Pancharathram and Tradition followed is Thenkalai. The Urchavar sculpture should be observed carefully. The Lord has a pinch mark in his cheek! The legend is that the sculptor broke the mould while working on the sculpture. As his heart leaped the Lord got a pinch mark Remarkable murals are depicted in the corridors of the temple. The subject matter are the 108 Divya desam shrines Time : 7 am - 12 pm, 5 - 8 pm

2.Thiruvaragunamangai temple, Vijayaasana Perumal Temple, Natham.


Thiruvaragunamangai temple is located 3 KMs east of Sri Vaikundam. The Maha Sambrokshanam was performed on 20th june in 1996. The lord is in a sitting posture. The vedic practice is Vaigasanam and tradition is Thenkalai. The gopuram is very majestic and has 9 tiers.  Recently a spring was discovered around the temple which has been renovated now.
Time : 8 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm .

3.Thirupulinkudi, ThiruPulingudi Perumal Temple


Thirupulinkudi Temple is just half a KM towards east of Thiruvaragunamangai temple. The mahasamrokshnam was performed on 15th may in 1996. The deity is also called Boomibalagar.  Once upon a time Boomidevi the Earth Goddess got upset with the Lord. The Earth became barren. The lord went and pacified her by telling her she enjoys equal status with Lakshmi It is said that childless couples will be blessed with children upon praying here. The vedic practice is Vaikaasanam and tradition followed is Thenkalai
Time : 8 am - 12 pm, 1 - 6 pm

4.Thirukulanthai, Srinivasa Perumal Temple,



Thirukulanthai Temple is located 5 KMs towards East of Thirupuliyankudi. Mahasambrokshanam was performed on 9th December in 1998. Legend has it that many years ago, The Lord had married a girl called Kamalavathy, daughter of Vedhasaran and Kumuthavalli. One day a demon named Achmasaran abducted Kumuthavalli while she was having a bath and hid her in the Himalayas. The Lord mounted Garuda and went to the Himalayas and rescued the lady. Unique feature about Thirukulanthai Temple Since the Lord went to Himalayas mounted on Garuda, it is Garuda who is the processional deity in this temple The vedic practice adopted in this divya desam temple is Vaigasanam while the  tradition followed is Thenkalai. 
Time : 7:30 am - 12:30 pm, 4:30 - 7:30 pm

5.North & South Temple of Errattai Tirupathi,, Aravindalochanar temple, Tholavillimangalam




The Erratai Tirupathi temples can be reached from Thirukulanthai temple via Mangalakurich. The shrines are in a forest along a channel called Vadakaal.  The vedic practice is Vaikaasanam and tradition followed is Thenkalai. The puranic lore around South Temple is that a rishi called Athreyasubrabar selected this area for his Yagna. While cleaning the spot, he found a bow and a balance. As soon as he touched them the bow and balance became a man and a woman. They had been cursed into that existence by Kuber. Henceforth the place became known as Thoolaivillimangalam The highlight of North Temple is that Nammalvar has performed mangaalasasanam for the Thayar at this temple with the Lord. Time : 8 am - 1 pm, 2 - 6 pm

6.Thenthiruperi, Makara Nedunkuzhai Kannan Temple




Thenthiruperi temple is located 35 KMs away from Tirunelveli on the Tirunelveli- Triuchendur road, besides the southern banks of Thamirabharani river. The mahasamprokshanam as performed on 16th June in 1999.  The original temple is very ancient, predating even Nammalvar. During the 10th century the temple got some additions in the form of a mast, hall and temple car. King Sundara Pandiyan had brought 108 Jaimuni Samaveda Thalavakara from Cholas to perform a prayer in this temple. He was blessed with a child soon afterwards. The Vedic practice followed here is Pancharaathiram while the tradition is Thenkalai. Time : 7 am - 12 pm, 5 - 8:30 pm

7.Thirukolur, Vaithamanidhi Perumal Temple




Thirukolur is located 5 kms away from Thenthiruperi on the way towards Alwarthirunagari. This is the birth place of Madhurakavi Alvar. There is a legend that a descendant Of Vyasa called Dharmaguptan had lost all his wealth. He was advised by Bharadwaja Muni to come to this temple and perform prayers. The Lord was pleased with his devotion and wealth returned to him. It is said that anyone who has lost wealth can come here and pray with devotion. The Lord always returns the wealth of those who pray with devotion. The Vedic practice followed here is Vaikaasanam while the tradition is Thenkalai. Time : 7:30 am - 12 pm, 1 - 8 pm

8.Thirugurukoor, AlwarThirunagari Temple




Thirugurukoor is located in the famous village of Alwarthitunagari. Tamarind tree is the Sthala vritcham here Nammalvar was born to the royal couple Kaarimaaran and Vudaiya Nangiayaar. He didnot speak for 16 years. The worried parents took the child to this temple and cradled it to the tamarind tree near the shrine. Nammalvar spoke only when Madhurakavi Alvar met him during his wanderings under the tamarind tree. This tamarind tree is 2000 years old and can still be seen at the temple. It is here at Alwarthirunagari that Nadamuni wrote Divyaprabhandam. Nadamuni sought the Kanni Nunsiruthaambu from descendents of Madhurakavi Alvars. Pleased with his dedication Nammalvar appeared before Nadamuni and helped him with the Divyaprabhandam. The presiding deity of Nammalvar was sculpted by Madurakavi Alvar by a special formulation of boiled water from the River Thamirabharani. Time : 6 am - 12 pm, 5 - 8:45 pm