place is considered to be holier than Mantralaya,
where the brindavan of the Guru of Raghavendra's Guru
seen in the southern side Cauvery. Saint Raghevendra
is believed to have visited this place. Though devotees
come here daily, huge crowd gets together on Thursdays.
is the place which was shifted from Kanchi some 200
years ago. Situated on the banks of Cauvery, even now
the mutt conducts Veda Classes and religious preachings
frequently. Brindavans of three Jagath Guru Acharyas
are seen in the front side of the mutt.
is bulit by Tanjore Maharaja on the banks of cauvery
in the 17th Century. Though this is more than 300 years
old, Veda classes are being conducted regularly. It
is very marvellous to see the students reciting Vedas
and Manthras in their traditional dress ( Dhoti, Half
shaven head ) in chorus.