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Brindavanam of Pujyashri Jayendra Saraswati Shankaracharya Swamigal has the idols of Krishna on its four sides - Adhistanam Front side is Mannargudi Rajagopalaswamy (since it is the closest kshetram to Irulneekki - Sri Jayendra periva's birth place), 2nd side is Dwaraka Krishna, 3rd side is Guruvayurappan, 4th side is Pandava Perumal (closest Perumal temple to Kanchi Math). Top of Adhistanam is placed with Kalinga narthana Krishna in the Padma dhalam. The Adhistanam itself is on a tortoise platform (Koorma Peetam). Dwadasha lingams have been engraved signifying Pujyashri Periyava's visit to all the 12 Jyotir lingams. Kedar and Badri also find a place. "Sri Jayendra Sri Jayendra Sri Jayendra Pahimam, Sri Jayendra Sri Jayendra Sri Jayendra Rakshamaam" and "Sri Chandrasekara Sri Chandrasekara Sri Chandrasekara Pahimam, Sri Chandrasekara Sri Chandrasekara Sri Chandrasekara Rakshamaam" words have been engraved in gold plates and kept inside the Adhistanam. The base Peetam has many divine beings like snake, lion engraved as per Shastras. The krishnas on all sides have gaps behind neck, head and feet area so that alankaram can be done easily with garlands and jewellery like thandai for feet and chain for neck can be placed easily and safely. Inside the periphery, the mrittika (holy mud) and Appu (holy water) and vibhuti Prasadams of all holy shrines from all over India and Nepal and all the holy places where Shri Periyava's feet had blessed and all the Waters in which Periyava had done snanam and anushtanam is added. A plate is engraved and kept inside the Adhistanam signifying the date of birth and Videha Mukti of Periva along with the Swasti Vachakam Shrimatam. The slokam with which Sri Jayendra Saraswati Swamigal started all his speeches with obeisance to His Guru Pujyashri Chandrasekharendra Saraswati Mahaswamigal - "Apara Karuna Sindhum jnanadam Shanta roopinam, Sri Chandrasekara Gurum, Pranamaami mudanvaham" and " Jaya Jaya Sankara Hara Hara Sankara" with which he used to conclude his anugraha bhashanams is also engraved in the Adhistanam. It is a marvel of its own kind. The official Stapathi of the Matam Sri Subbayya stapati, his son and team have worked tirelessly to get all of this perfectly in a record time.