The sanctuary is arranged in the Thirunavai, Malappuram, Kerala. The essential holiness is Navaimukunthan. This haven is one of the 108 Divya Desams. This is in like manner called the Navamukunda Temple. It is a standout amongst the most settled Vishnu asylums in Kerala. It returns to the last time of the Dwaapara Yuga. For unhindered availability of lotus blooms, one of the Maharajas of Travancore had fabricated an enormous pool of lotus plants close-by, and offered it to this haven. The haven and the incorporating district were under the administrator of 'Cheraman Perumals' and later under 'Vettathu Rajas' who owed reliability to Perumals.
This haven was worked around 5000 years back. Despite the way that it had encountered periodical rebuilds, the last and noteworthy upgrade with the revamping of Sanctum Sanctorum was done by the astounding Perumthachan under the heading of the Vettath Raja around 1300 years back. The proliferation had the general Perumthachan contact influencing the light emissions rising sun to fall on the symbol on each Medam First in Utharaayana period, i.e., in April and on Kanni First,in Dakshinayana period i.e., in October. This is one of the most historical and famous temple in the city.