This site is dedicated to the village of Varagur, Sri Venkatesa Perumal Kovil and Sri Kailasanatha Samy Kovil.
Varagur is situated on the bank of the River Kudamurutti, tributary of river Cauvery. In this remote village, the Great Saint Narayana Theertha Swamigal (who composed the Krishna Leela Tharangini) attained Deva Mukthi after he received the Viswaroopa Darshan of Lord Venkatesa Perumal.
Varagur, originally known as Bhoopathi Rajapuram, is a village in Thanjavur district of Tamilnadu, in India. Known as “Heaven on Earth” (Bhoolaka Vaikuntam), it is over a thousand years old.
Lord Sri Lakshmi Narayana (Sri Venkatesa Perumal), is the prime deity in this Perumal kovil considered to be over 500 years old. The Lord has his consort, Sow. BhoomiDevi (Sridevi) in his left thigh, in the sanctum sanctorum of this temple. This statue is considered one of the prime examples of the Chola architecture of that period.