Swamy - Arulmighu Manikandeswarar as Swayambhu lingam facing east direction. He is
also called as "Arulmighu Maalvanangeeswar".
Ambal - Anjanatchi Amman facing south direction in a separate sannadhi. She is also called as "Karunai Nayaki".
Theertham - Chakkra theertham, Hari theertham.
Thala Viruksham - Vilvam tree.
Pathigam - Thirunavukarasar, Sambandar
The temple covers an area of 1.20 acre with compound walls.
This Sthalam is originally called as "Thiru maarperu" (Thirumaalperu) and as the years passed, it is now called as "Thirumaalpoor".
This Sthalam is also called as "Harichakkrapuram" in Sanskrit.
Once, a king by the name "Kuban" lived and he was
against a Rishi named "Thutheesee". Thirumaal was along with Kuban
and as requested by him, Thirumaal threw the chakkram towards the Rishi to kill
him. But, the chakkram did not slice his body instead the edges of the
chakkaram got damaged. Thirumaal after realising his action, came to this
Sthalam and worshipped Shiva Perumaan. He used to perform poojas, for the
Perumaan by dedicating 1000 lotus flowers daily. Likewise, one day while doing
the pooja, he could find only 999 flowers. So, he finally plucks one of his
beautiful eyes and dedicated to Shiva Perumaan. After seeing this, Shiva
Perumaan came infront of Him, showed his presence and gave the chakkram towards
him. Since, Sri Hari (Thirumaal) got back his chakkram, this Sthalam is called
as "Hari Chakkrapuram" and since, thirumaal got peru (the
reason for which he worshipped the Perumaan is successful) it is called as
+ Peru) ". Since thirumaal dedicated his Netram (eyes), he is called as
Gnana sambhandhar in his Devara Pathigam explains the worship of Thirumaal and Chandran while singing about this Sthalam.Another attraction of this temple is the beauty of the utsavar Vishnu Perumaan. He is found in standing posture and has an eye on one hand and lotus flower on the other hand.We can see Nandikeswarar in standing posture on the left side in this Sthalam as we enter the temple. First opposite to the Moolavar, Nandi is found and behind him, Thirumaal is found worshipping the Moolavar.
Here, theertham and Sadari are given after the Deepa Aradhanai slokam to Shiva Perumaan.
10 days utsavams during Maasi month is the special attraction of this Sthalam.
Sannadhis for Irattai pillaiyar (twin pillaiyars), Chidambareswarar, Somaskandar, Subramanyar, Chandikeswarar, Natarajar, Gaja Lakshmi, Pancha Maathars (Brahmi, Maheswari, Varahi, Vaishnavi and Durgai) are found.