Thennangur is a village located in Tiruvanamalai district in Tamil Nadu. The village is the site of a uniquely designed Hindu temple and is regarded as the birthplace of the Hindu goddess Meenakshi.,
This temple blend the styles of North and South in Architecture has built a temple for Pandurangan and Rukmayee in the design and form a puri jagannath Temple with front side Gopurams on Pallava style of Architecture. and alll inner wall paintings and decorations are done with fibre optics.
Here swami Haridas Giri set up the idols from Pandarpur as the major idols.
We can also discover a 10.5 Feet of tall Panduranga and 8.5 feet tall higher Raghumayi in the wide and well-lit sanctum sanctorum. Closer to this is a panchaloka idol of The almighty Varadaraja along with his consorts. Another rare element of this Temple is that we can discover an historical idol of Achutharaya Perumal, which was brought from Tirumala Tirupati, which cannot be discovered anywhere else.
Along with these the fantastic golden idols worshipped by Swami Haridas Giri is also set up here. The beautiful overall look of the The almighty in the delicately developed sanctum sanctorum is a feast for the sight.
Yet another unique function of this Temple is that the The Lord is ornamented in different clothing on different days. It is nija paatha dharisanam on Thursdays, and the The almighty gives viewers dressed in silver kavachas and ornaments on Fridays. On Sundays He seems to be to be a Maharaja of Rajasthan.