Today I had gone to attend a Shashtiabdapoorthi function (a Hindu religious ritual performed for the sixtieth birthday) of a relative at Thiruvidandai. Using the opportunity, I went to the Nithyakalayana Perumal temple there and had a good darshan. Thiruvidandai is a small village about 40 Kilometres from Chennai on the East Coast Road going from Chennai towards Pondicherry.
The temple is believed to built during the Pallava regime in the 7th century. It is one of the 108 Divyadesams dedicated to God Vishnu, who is worshipped as Nithyakalayana Perumal (meaning the God who marries daily) and his consort Lakshmi as Komalavalli Thayar (கோமளவல்லித் தாயார்). –Wikipedia