Bhagvan Sriman Narayan 108 Divya Bhavya Mandirien - Part 7
North India (Vada Naadu) Divyadesams
Introduction to Tiruppathis
Northern (Vada Naadu) Divyadesams - Tirupathis are located in Northern part of our country, above from Tamil Nadu.
There are 11 Divyadesams in Northern part of India. Among these 11 Divyadesams, the Bhagwan gives seva facing towards 8 divyadesams and in 2 divyadesam facing towards North direction.
He is also found in 3 different postures in these 11 Divyadesams.
Sleeping posture - 1 Divyadesam.
Standing posture - 7 Divyadesams.
Sitting posture - 3 Divyadesams.
Out of 11 Divyadesams, in 9 divyadesams, the Bhagwan gives "Ekapathini Sametha seva" (with only one wife), and in Thiru Aayarpadi with Rukmami and Sathyabama and in Thiru Dwaraka with more than two Gopikas.
Some of the North divya desam sthals and the deities are destroyed by some of the Mughal Emperors, but they are re - constructed and the worship is still being done now.
Andhra Pradesh Temples
Tirupathi - Tirumalai - Sri Srinivasa Temple
Thiru Singavel Kundram (Ahobilam) - Sri Nava Narasimhar Temple
Uttar Pradesh Temples
Thiru Ayodhi - Sri Rama Temple
Thiru Naimisaranyam - Sri Devaraja Temple
Thiru Salagramam - Sri Moorthy Bhagvan Temple
Other Divya Desams
Thiruvadhari Ashramam (Badrinath) - Sri Badri Narayana Temple
Thirukkandam - Kadi Nagar (Devaprayag) - Sri Neelamega Temple
Thiruppirudhi (Joshimutt) - Sri Paramapurusha Temple
Thiru Vadamathura (Brindhavanam) - Sri Govardhana Nesa Temple
Thiruvaaipadi (Aayarpadi) - Sri Navamohana Krishna Temple
Thiru Dwaraka (Dwaraka) - Sri Kalyana NarayanaTemple
Sri Maha Vishnu’s Last among the 108 Divyadesams
Devlok (Vinnulaga) or Celestial Abode - Introduction to Thiruppathis
Celestial Abode Thriuppathis are said to be divyadesams where we can't go through our human body, only our soul (Aatma can go). There are two Parlok divyadesams - 1. (Thiruparkadal) Ocean/Sea - Viyug and 2. Paramapadh. The Jeevatma that are released (the soul) from our human body attains Mukthi and it is said to reach the Paramathma.
In these two divyadesams, Sriman Narayanan is found in Sayana posture in both Ocean/Sea - Viyug and Paramapadh. He is found in Sayanaa posture. In Ocean/Sea - Viyug, He is found facing towards South direction, which is said to be the direction where Dharmaraj (Yamraj) is located. In Paramapadham also, He is found facing towards the South direction.
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