This Dhivyadesam is located in Nanguneri near Thirunelveli
and is also known as Totadrikshetram or Vanamamalai. It is also referred to as Bhooloka Vaikuntham. Vanamamalai is home to
the Vanamamalai Jeeyar Mutt. Located nearby is the Dhivya Desam Thirukkurunkudi.
The Moolavar here is Totadrinathan, in a seated posture facing East. He is flanked by his consorts, who also have their own
sancta. Taayaa'rs name here is SireevaramangaitThaayaar.
it that when Perumaal vanquished the Madhukaitapa demons, Bhudevi, fearing that she had lost her purity, meditated upon Perumaal
at this shrine. Perumaal is believed to have blessed her, and taken this abode, along with his consorts Sri Devi and Bhudevi
as in Vaikuntham. The celestial nymphs Urvashi and Tilottama are said to have worshipped Perumaal here. Their images, bearing
the 'Ven Chaamaram' fanning the deity, are seen in the sanctum.
Legend also has it that Bhrahma, Indra, Bhrigu muni and Markandeya were blessed with a vision of
Perumaal at this shrine.
This grand temple has two prakarams ornamented with the Pandal Mandapam, Jayanti Mandapam, Srivilli Mandapam, Kulasekhara
Mandapam and the Veerappa Mandapam. An imposing 7 tiered rajagopuram adorns its entrance.
There are also shrines to Varamangai Thaayaar, Andal, Thaayaar Narayanar, Thaayaar Varahar and Venugopalar. The oil used in
ablution ceremonies here is considered to be of medicinal value.
This temple is administered by the Vanamamalai jeeyar Mutt. The annual festivals are held in the months of Pankuni and Chittirai.