108 Divya Desams
Thiruvadamadurai (Mathura)
Thiruvadamadurai is situated about 2 miles fromMathura station, on the Delhi Agra rail route.

The Moolavar is Govardanesan, Baalakrishnan seen in standing posture facing east. The original temple & moorthi sung by the Alwars is not be seen now. The tempels for worship in this area now are the Dwaraknathji & Maduraanathji temples built at a later date. About 1 1/2 miles from here is a new temple Janma bhoomi. It is believed that this temple is located at the spot where Lord Krishna was born in a prison. About 8 miles from here is the Govardana giri. About 7 miles from here is Brindavanam, a temple built in the South Indian style. There are sannadhis for Rangamannaar, Aandaal, Garudalwar, Venkataachalapathi.

Thaayaar - Satyabhaama Naachiyaar.

Theertham - Indra Theertham, Govardana Theertham, Yamuna river.

Mangalasasanam:
Perialwar - 16, 277, 399, 264-74, 341, 430
Aandaal - 478, 538,539, 560, 569, 617, 624, 637-646, 634, 638
Thondaradipodialwar - 916
Thirumangaialwar - 1512, 1527, 1833, 2673 (74)
Nammalwar - 3439, 3499, 3559-3566.

Total of 50 Paasurams.



108 Vaishnava Divya Desangal

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