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Ulagalanda Perumaal Temple at Kanchipuram near Madras
(Divya Desam)

Deities: Ulagalanda Perumaal - Trivikrama (Vishnu)

This temple enshrines Vishnu in a mammoth form dominating the three worlds, in the process of subduing Mahabali the demon king. The Tamil name for this deity is Ulagalanda Perumaal. The stone image here is about 35 feet high. This is an ancient temple and has been sung by the revered Alwar Saints of the past millennium and is one of the 108 sacred Sree Vaishnavite shrines.

Access and Accomodation: Kanchipuram, Chennai

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