Parimala Ranganathar Perumal Temples or Tiruindaloor is a Hindu sanctuary committed to Vishnu, situated in Thiruvilandur of Mayiladuthurai, a town in the South Indian province of Tamil Nadu. It is one of the Divya Desams, the 108 sanctuaries of Vishnu loved in Nalayira Divya Prabandham by the 12 writer holy people, or Alwars. This sanctuary is along Kaveri and is one of the Pancharanga Kshetrams. The sanctuary is accepted to be of huge vestige with commitments at ious occasions from Medieval Cholas, Vijayanagar Empire and Madurai Nayaks. The sanctuary is cherished inside a rock divider and the complex contains every one of the holy places of the sanctuary.
The rajagopuram the primary passage has five levels. Parimala Ranganathar is accepted to have showed up for Chandra, the moon god. The sanctuary has six every day customs at different occasions from 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., and twelve yearly celebrations on its schedule. The sanctuary is kept up and regulated by the Hindu Religious and Chartibable Institutions Endowment Board of the Government of Tamil Nadu. The sanctuary is one of the unmistakable visitor goals in the area. The focal holy place, of the managing divinity Parimala Ranganathar, is made of 12 ft 3.7 m green stone. The divinity is found in a leaning back stance, confronting east.