paḻaiyāṟai vaṭataḷi (பழையாறை வடதளி)
- Virtual pilgrimage: (<-- Backwards) [KT024] (Forwards -->) [following the talamuṟai]
- PARTICULARITY: as explained by SSM (p.260-261) and R.V. (p. 329), this single name refers in fact to two sites, paḻaiyāṟai (KT024a) and vaṭataḷi (KT024b) both located in the vicinity of Tārācuram, and both of which are referred to by Appar in the same hymn 5_58.
- Nearby town: Dharasuram [[Thanjavur_DT: town]] (Kumbakonam_TK)
- Modern Name for paḻaiyāṟai [KT024a]: Keelapalaiyar (NIC), KILPALAIYAR (N. Ramasamy)
- Modern Name for vaṭataḷi [KT024b]: : MOLAYOOR (N. Ramasamy)
(according to R.V. the sites can be reached through Muḻaiyūr (on the Kumpakōṇam-Āvūr road)
- Taluk: Kumbakonam
- District: Thanjavur
- Old administrative location: Tanjore DT (Combaconam TK)
- Longit. 79 deg. 21'; Latit. 10 deg. 55' (link to NON ZOOMABLE Quarter degree map)
- Link to ZOOMABLE SVG map: [KT024]
- Link to Draft route map
- Location: according to PK: Cōḻa Nāṭu, Kāvēri Teṉ Karai (KT024)
- Name inside hymns: āṟai vaṭa taḷi (5:58)
- Rank inside third volume of PIFI: 191
- Rank inside Civastala Mañcari: 189
- Total number of patikam-s: 1
- Appar: 1 patikam
Note: compare with the explainations given about the name of paṭṭīccuram in VMS3_073.
Note (VMS, 5_58): after visiting Āvaṭutuṟai, Nāvukkaracar came to Paḻaiyāṟai but it was hidden by amaṇar; Navukkaracar took a vow to fast until he visited the Lord in the temple; the lord informed the ruler of the country some signs about the existence of the temple. He came there and annihilated the amaṇar. The King built a vimāṉam and made endownments for worship; Nāvukkaracar worshipped the lord in this shrine.