- The peerless
vaishnava Acharya Sri Ramanuja, (1017 - 1137) who later expounded brilliant treatises on Visistadhvaitha,
had his earlier education on vedantha in Tirupputkuzhi .
- Sri Ramanuja learnt
from Sri Yadhavaprakasa , a renowned advaithin. The Guru and Sishya had long sessions on
vedantha vichara (in those days more of catechistic pattern) in a mandapa in the southwest
corner, where Sri Andal sannidhi is situated.
- Sri Ramanuja had
visited and worshipped Sri Vijayaraghava in Tirupputkuzhi many a time whenever he
journeyed to Tirumalai.
century later, Sri Vedantha Desika, acclaimed as an avathara purusha, made a masterly
exposition on the grace of Sri Vijayaraghava. Sri Desika titled the hymn as "PARAMARTHA STUTHI".
Perumal Jeer, the
author of "Guruprampara Prabhavam" was a native of Tirupputkuzhi. His work is a
great anthology of the life sketches and sayings of the Poorvacharyas up to 15th
Perumal Iyengar, has composed a richly versified
poem on Tirupputkuzhi in his 108 Tirupathi Anthathi.
Manavala mamunigal, Erumbiappa and many of mamunigal's sishya pramparai have worshipped in
Tirupputkuzhi and have sung the Lord's glory.