Located a few hundred yards south of the bus stand is the 450 year Sri Srinivasa Perumal Temple in Srirangam where the handsome Lord is seen in an East facing Standing Posture.
The Moolavar Deity was installed by the Palahari Purushottama Ramanuja Jeer (I) in the 2nd half of the 16th Century. The moorthy is believed to have been the Abhisekha deity of the Jeer and is said to have been brought from Kandagi, Nepal along with several of the large Saligrama stones that are seen inside the temple.
There are two sacred trees inside the temple. The significance of the Ashoka tree that is seen to the North of the sanctum dates back to the Ramayana. Sita spent her days of captivity in Lanka in the Ashoka Vanam. The 2nd tree seen to the North East of the Sanctum is the ‘Nelli’ Tree.
Daily recital of Pancha Sookthas and Nithyanusandhanam in the morning
Every evening at 5pm, there is a Vishnu Sahasranama parayanam
At 8pm every evening, there is Ekanta Sevai (Sayanam), Tallapaka sankirtanam with presentation of relevant Pasurams to the Lord
Naarayaneeyam Parayanam is recited on every Ekadasi
Special Poojas at the temple
Muthangi Sevai, Nija Pada Darshan, Thomala Sevai, Sahasranama Archanai, Anna Kooda Utsavam and Moolavar Thirumanjana are done based on the requests of the devotees
Every Shravanam, lamps are lit here at the temple in the evening at 5pm
The belief is that devotees visit this temple to get diseases cured, that is not cured otherwise by the doctors. It is also believed that missing people are found if one offers his sincere prayers at this temple.
In centuries gone by, Navarathri Utsavam was celebrated here.
With the taking over of the temple by HR & CE, it is expected that festivals will be celebrated round the year.
Moolavar: Srinivasa Perumal East Facing Standing Posture
Time : 6am-1030am and 4pm-8pm
Contact : Sridhar Bhattar @ 95857 87997
How to reach there?
The temple is 1/2km south of the Ranganathaswamy Temple Raja Gopuram on the way to Amma Mandapam just after the Mangamma Nagar Arch.