|Description The Divya Desam
Tiruoorakam enshrining Ulagalanda Perumaal
temple in Periya Kanchipuram, is also home to three other Divya Desam shrines Tiruneerakam, Tirukkaarakam
Tirukkaarvaanam, mentioned in a paasuram of Tirumangaialwar is represented by the
image of Kalvar, in a standing posture facing west in a shrine in the
prakaram of the Ulagalanda Perumaal temple. Kalvan also refers to Vishnu in Kalvanur.
In a verse referring to Kachi Oorakam and Tiruvegkaa (both in Kanchipuram) Tirumangaialwar
refers to Neerakam, Nilattingal
Tundam, Kaarakam , Kaarvaanam and Kalva(nur).
Nilattingal Tundam is a shrine in the Kanchi Ekambreswarar temple, Neerakam,
Kaarakam and Kaarvaanam are shrines in the Ulagalanda
Perumaal temple (Oorakam) . Kalvanoor is the name of the shrine to Vishnu
(Aadi Varaha Perumaal) in the Kanchi Kamakshi Amman temple.
The Divya Desams revered by the Alwars in Vishnu Kanchi are Attigiri (the vast Varadaraja Perumal temple), Ashtabuyakaram, Tiruttankaa, Tiruvelukkai and Tiruvegkaa,
while those in Shiva Kanchi are Tiru Oorakam (Ulagalanda
Perumaal Koyil) , Tiru Neeragam, Tiruppaatakam,
Nilaattingal Tundam, Tirukkaaragam, Tirukkaarvaanam, Tirukkalvanur, Tiruppavalavannam and Parameswara
Vinnagaram. The vast Ekambreswarar
temple(Prithvi Stalam) revered by the Tevaram hymns, is located in
Periya (Shiva) Kanchi, as are the Kamakshiamman
and the Kumara Kottam temples.