Sri Anbil Perumal travels all the way 20 miles and reaches the Vadathirukkaveri [Kollidam river] on Masi month Magam and blesses the devotees.
This year maasi magam falls on 7 th of march 2012. Devotees around srirangam arrives to vada thirukaveri to have darshan Of Vadivazhagi Nambi. Those readers who have the possibility to be present for this occasion are requested not to miss this opportunity. The very next week thiruvellarai perumal reaches kollidam on maasi visagam which falls on march 12th this year
Stala Puranam of Anbil can be read at: http://anudinam.org/2011/11/24/vadivazhagiya-nambi-anbil/
About anbil Kshetram
The Lord here is Sri Sundararaja Perumal, in a reclining pose with His Consorts ay the feet. Utsavar is called Sri Vadivazhagiya Nambi. Thayar is called Sri Vadivazhagiya Nachiyar and Sri Sundaravalli Thayar. A unique feature is Sri Andal graces the devotees in a sitting posture. Sri Brahma and Sri Shiva meditated here to get their sins relieved. Similarly, Bruhu Rishi once cursed Mandooka Rishi, and he came here to get relief from that curse. Only one poem is there on this Lord by Thirumazhisai Alwar. Just as in Kudanthai [Kumbakonam], Vekha [near Kanchipuram], Evvul [Trivellore], Srirangam, Thiruppernagar [as Appakudathan] and in the Milky Ocean, the Lord blesses the devotees in this Kshetram also in a reclining pose. So admires the Alwar.