Soundararaja Perumal temple is situated in thadikombu

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Soundararaja Perumal temple is situated in thadikombu Soundararaja Perumal temple is situated in thadikombu, 10 km south of Dindugul on Dindugul-Karur National High way Via Vedasandur.It is ancient temple which is evident from the various inscriptions available in the temple. The temple is renovated recently and has attracted devotees even from different places from tamilnadu. The path that leads to s...

Palani

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Palani Palani is a city and a municipality in Dindigul district in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. It is located about 60 km from the city of Dindigul. It is a famous pilgrimage town and every year more than seven million devotees visit the Palani Murugan Temple and offer their prayers to Lord Murugan. This temple draws the largest number of devotees in T...

Thiru Thangal Ninra Narayanan Temple

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Thiru Thangal Ninra Narayanan Temple Only Divya Desam with 11 idols inside the Sanctum ‘Garuda seen together with his enemy Aadhiseshan’ is a unique feature at this Divya Desam 4 kms east of the cracker town of Sivakasi on the Srivilliputhur - Virudhanagar road, is the Ninra Narayana Divya Desam in Thiru Thangal. The Lord is seen in a standing posture atop a hill(the Tha...

Guru Temple- Kuruvithurai, Sholavandan

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Guru Temple- Kuruvithurai, Sholavandan Guru temple and Perumal temple in Kuruvithurai near Sholavandan is very ancient and famous. From Sholavandan town it is only 8 Kms. The road to the temple is through small villages and we could see banana plantations on either side of the road. We could really enjoy the greenery of the pristine surroundings.The temple here is dedicated to Guru Bhag...

Sri Andal Temple, Srivilliputhur

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Sri Andal Temple, Srivilliputhur Thiruvilliputhoor Divya Desam is a popular 2000-year-old Hindu temple and one of the 108 Divya Desams, the most important abodes of Lord Vishnu. It is the birthplace of two of the most important alvars (saints) in the Vaishnavite tradition: Periyazhvar and Andal. Thus attracting a diverse collection of people is situated our Srivilliputtur in Vi...

Nellaiappar Kovil

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Nellaiappar Kovil The Village Narasingam is situated at a distance of 8 km from Madurai on the road to Melur. Near to this village, at the foot of the Yanaimalai hills there is a Cave temple of Yoga Narasinga Perumal.. This temple was constructed in 770 A.D. by Madurakavi alias Marankaari who was the minister of the Madurai King Paraanthaka Nedunchelzyan. ...

Tiruchendur

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Tiruchendur On the coast south of Tuticorin, this impressive shore temple is one of the six abodes of Lord Murugan and is very popular with pilgrims. The location of the temple is ideal and draws a perennial stream of devotees. The temple overlooking the sea is an inspiring sight. Skirted by sea on the east and north, the temple walls are lashed by the roaring...

Kanyakumari

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Kanyakumari Kanyakumari is located at the southern tip of the Indian subcontinent. The small temple dedicated to Kanyakumari, or the youthful form of the Primeval energy Shakti (Mother Goddess) is located on the seashore, in the town known by the same name. Kanyakumari was referred to by the British as Cape Commorin.Kanyakumari represents the site where the sp...

Kalugumalai

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Kalugumalai There are many rocks cut images dating to the 4th and 3rd century B.C. in the area, including the rock cut image of Bhagawan Parshwanatha flanked by two Yaksha, as well as many other rock cut images of other tirthankaras. The area is known for the Jain cave temple and architecture. There is also a Murugan Temple dating to the 18th century. Vattu...

Thiruvedagam

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Thiruvedagam Thiruvedagam village which was occupied by the Samanars(Tamil Jain), changed the course of history . The Pandya King Arikesari Nedumaran who belonged to the Saivaite faith, due to the clever tactics of the Samanar community, underwent a conversion. He deviated from the path of virtue and his subjec...