Divya Desa Perumal
1. Parthasarathy Perumal
The Parthasarathy Temple is an 8th-century Hindu Vaishnavite temple dedicated to the Lord Vishnu, located at Thiruvallikeni, Chennai, India. The temple is glorified in the Divya Prabandha, the early medieval Tamil literature canon of the Alvar saints from the 6th–9th centuries CE and is classified as among the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Vishnu. The name 'Parthasarathy', in Tamil, means the 'charioteer of Arjuna', referring to Krishna's role as a charioteer to Arjuna in the epic Mahabaratha.
The Moolavar of this sthalam is Sri Venkata Krishnan and Utsavar is Sri Parthasarathy. This is one of the Sthalam where the Perumal shows His seva along with His three generations.
2. Melkottai Sampath Kumar
Melkote located near Mysore in Karnataka houses an ancient Vishnu temple, worshipped as Tiru Narayana. This shrine is known for its long-standing association with the spiritual leader Ramanujacharya. Melkote is also known as Yadavagiri, yatistalam, Vedadri, and Narayanadri.
Legend has it this image of Vishnu was held in worship by Bhrahma. It is believed that the festival image Sampatkumara was worshipped by Rama and his son Kusha; hence the name Ramapriya. Legend has it that Krishna installed these deities here at Melkote. The temple itself is large and breathes history. It is very ancient – Vishnu is said to have worshipped here before his incarnations known as the Dasavataram. Rama too offered prayers here. The main deity Mulavar is Thirunarayanan, Utsavar is called Cheluvanarayana, Sampathkumar, Selva Pillai, Ramapriya. The Goddess is Yadugiri Nachiyar or "Goddess of the Hill". Ramanujacharya sannidhi is one of the important ones, all the srivaishnava's will visit Ramanuja before taking darshan of Mulava, utsavar, and Yadugiri Nacchiyar. Outside the temple are shrines to Desika, Manavala Mamuni, and other Acharyas. On a hill overlooking the town is a separate Yoganarasimha temple of great antiquity. It is quite a climb on worn steps to reach that temple.
3. Sri Rangam Perumal
The Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple or Thiruvarangam is a Hindu temple dedicated to Ranganatha, a form of the Supreme God, Maha Vishnu, located in Srirangam, Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India. Constructed in the Dravidian architectural style, the temple is glorified by Alvars in their Divya Prabhanda and has the unique distinction of being not only the foremost among the 108 Divya Desams dedicated to Vishnu, but also the largest functioning Hindu temple in the world.
The Place Srirangpatna had the name of the Srirangapuri in the early ages later it got the name of the Srirangapatna. The town is an island being surrounded by the river Cauvery. In this town, there is a temple of Sri Ranganathan. Sri Lakshmi Narasimha, Sri Gangadereshwara, Sri Jyothirmaheshwara, and other small temples. Among them, the main temple is that of Sri Ranganatha.
4. Thirupathi Balaji
Tirumala is a census town in Chittoor district of the Indian state of Andhra Pradesh. The town is a part of the Tirupati Urban Development Authority and is located in the Tirupati (rural) Mandal of the Tirupati revenue division. It is a hill town where the Tirumala Venkateswara Temple is located, which is the abode of Lord Venkateswara.
5. Kanchipuram Varadar
Varadharaja Perumal Temple or Hastagiri or Attiyuran is a Hindu temple dedicated to Lord Vishnu located in the holy city of Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu, India. It is one of the Divya Desams, the 108 temples of Vishnu believed to have been visited by the 12 poet saints, or Alwars. It is located in a suburb of Kanchipuram known as the Vishnu Kanchi that is home to many famous Vishnu temples. One of the greatest Hindu scholars of Vaishnava Vishishtadvaita philosophy, Ramanuja is believed to have resided in this temple. The temple along with Ekambareswarar Temple and Kamakshi Amman Temple in Kanchipuram is popularly known as Mumurtivasam (abode of a trio), while Srirangam is referred to as: 'Koil' (meaning: "temple") and Tirupati as: 'Malai' (Meaning: "hill"). Among the Divya Desams, Kanchipuram Varadaraja Perumal temple is known as: 'Perumal Koil'. This is one of the most sacred places for Vaishnavites. The fourth of the Divya Desams that completes this series is Melukote—which is known as Thirunarayanapuram. Vaishnavites believe that visiting all four places without a break will guarantee one a place in paramapadam.
There is a temple of Varadarajaswamy in Kurmai of Palamaner Mandal in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh, called the Kurma Varadaraja Swamy Temple.