Arulmigu Vazhai Thottathu Ayyan Temple, Palladam
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Arulmigu Senniandavar Temple, Viralikkadu, Karumathampatti
With the specialities of ‘Moorthy, thalam and tirtham’ , in Kongu Nadu, Coimbatore District, Arulmigu Senni Andavar Temple- Viralikadu is situated on Coimbatore to Salem route, and 22 Kms from Sulur. This is a temple which belongs to 12 Villages and around Coimbatore,Erode etc. At the temple, the pooja and Festivities are conducted according to Karana, Kamiga and Aagama rules and regulations by Archagas belonging to Markandeya Gothra .
Website : www.viralikadusenniandavar.tnhrce.in
Arulmigu Avinashilingeswarar Temple, Avinashi
Avinashi is part of the ancient Kongunadu which now comprises the districts of Coimbatore, Salam, Dharmapuri, Karur and Palani. This Place of Great historical importance was known as Thirupukkaliyur in the ancient times. Avinashi temple is located on the Chennai Cochin NH47 highways.
Website : www.avinashilingeswarartemple.tnhrce.in
Arulmigu Visweswarar and Veeraragavar Temple, Tirupur
Tirupur is a Textile city in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu, 47 km (29 mi) from Coimbatore located on the banks of Noyyal River. It is also called Dollar city.[ It is the administrative headquarters of the Tiruppur district. Tirupur is well-connected by road and rail. Coimbatore International Airport is the nearest domestic and international airport to the city. It forms a part of the ancient Kong Nadu region of South India, where its people were the first to establish territorial state. Tirupur is a Textile hub and a vast generator of employment for unskilled temporary workers.[ Tiruppur was constituted as a Municipality during the year 1947. It was upgraded to a Special Grade Municipality during 1983 and upgraded as a Corporation during 2008.
Website : www.tirupureswarankoil.tnhrce.in
Arulmigu Mariamman Temple, Pichampalayam
Arulmigu Venkatachalapathi Temple, Mondipalayam
This temple is located in Avinashi taluk, 50 Kms. from Coimbatore. 'Kondamanaicker' clan lived in Mondipalayam. One of the inmates of the village found out that his cow was shedding milk on a sand-dune. He later found an image with a 'Chakram', 'Saligram' and 'Chikandi' inside the sand-dune. Inspired by the divine feeling, he built up a temple for 'Shree Venketachalapathi' here.