Nearest Temples

Arulmigu Nellaiappar Temple,Tirunelveli

This temple is situated in the heart of the city. This is a twin temple dedicated to Siva and Parvathi. Rare jewels the Golden lily tank, Musical pillars, the hall of thousand pillars and abundance of sculptures in stone and in mortar are worth seeing. Every year Car Festival will be held in this temple. The district administration announced local holiday for this festival.

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It is located on the seashore of the Bay of Bengal. It is on the way from Tiruchendur to Kanyakumari. 40kms from Kanyakumari, 43kms from Tiruchendur and 72kms Tirunelveli. It is twin village namely Nadar Uvari and Anthony Uvari. Nadar uvari on the highway has Lord Siva temple of Suyambulingaswamy. After visiting Tiruchendur Temple so many tourists are visiting this temple and week-end and holidays the tourist flow is high.

Krishnapuram Vishnu Temple

It is 13kms on the way to Tiruchendur. The temple here is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and the presiding deity is Thiruvenkatanathar. A number of the life size minute carved stone sculptures with intricate workmenship adorned. One should not miss to visit this temple since this temple is a treasure house of temple arts. Sthalapuranam of this temple goes back to the Kumarappa Krishnappa Nayak’s regime, who ruled this part of the country as a chieftain in 18th century. The minute carved stone sculpture found in Thirumanamandapam and Argamanadapam are superb. Elephant and cow with one face,karnan, Arjunan, Bheema, Ddharma, Manmathan with sugarcane bow having tiny hole in curved rock pipe, Rathidevi,veera bathrar standing in single leg etc.the Important is each and every sculptures are made in monolithi .Every stone is a live art work.

Thirukutralanathar Temple at Courtallam

This temple contains many inscriptions about Chola and Pandya kings. Less than a half kilometer from here is a small temple called Chitra Sabha (Hall of Pictures) dedicated to Lord Nataraja and decorated with paintings of rural deities and devotees, puranic stories and religious events. The sabha is one of the five sabhas where Lord Nataraja performed the cosmic-dance. The Pandya kings used worship here.

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Arulmigu Kasi Viswanatha Swamy temple

It is 54kms from Tirunelveli and 5km from Courtrallam. Sri Lokambika Kasi Viswanatha Swamy temple is situated in the heart of the town, built in 15th century .It is known as South Varanasi. This temple rich in inscriptions, and remarkable excellent minute stone carved life sculptures. Shenbaga tree is the sithala Vriksha of the temple. The temple is 554 feet in length and 318 feet width, 172feet temple tower was built in 1456 by king Parakirama Pandian. Then the temple tower was damaged in 1924 due to thunder and it was rebuilt by Sivanthi Adithan with height of 163 feet.

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Arulmigu Thirumalaikumaraswamy Temple, panpoli

The Murugan temple is situated on a small hill surrounded by western ghats in the border of Kerela state. at panpoli, The presiding deity of the temple is called as Thirumalaikumarasamy . There is one more goddess temple within this temple called Thirumalai Amman . This hill temple is surrounded by lot of coconut plantations and small village, so the view from the top will be great. It is 12km from Tenkasi and 7kms from Senkottai.

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It is 45kms from Tirunelveli, 10kms from Valliyoor, 12kms from NanguISKY TECHIES Pvt. Ltd. A famous Vishnu temple here is a treasure house of temple arts and architecture. There are numerous minutely carved stone sculptures and panels. The preseding deity is Sri Azhagiyanambi. Malainambe temple which is 8kms from Thirukkurungudi and it is a fine picnic spot. Falls here attract pilgrims throughout the year. The presiding deity of the hill temple is Thirumalainambi.

Athalanathar temple and Narumpoonathar temple Thirupudaimarudur

It is 40 Kms from Tirunelveli. Athalanathar temple and Narumpoonathar temple on the banks of river Tamiraparani, attracts tourists mainly because of scenic beauty. The stone sculptures are legend of the temples are interesting. The four styled of temple architecture viz. Pandiya, Chera, Chola and Vijayanagara beautify the glorious temple

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Thiruvenkatanathapuram (Mela) Vishnu temple

The mela Thiruvenkatanathapuram temple’s sanctum sanctorum has Lord Srinivasa deity. It is located 10km south west of Tirunelveli in the banks of river Tamirabarani. This temple place is also called Thirunankovil. Timing 5.30A.M. to 12.30Pm. and 4.P.M. to 9.P.M.

Sri Sorimuthu Aiyanar Temple (KaniKudyiruppu)

This temple situated at Karayar near Papanasam presiding dity is Sorimuthu Aiyanar. Bommakka, Thimmakka and Boodhathar. It is in 60kms from Tirunelveli. Nearest Railway station is Ambasamudram. This temple is under the control of Zamin Singampatti samasthanam. Adi Ammavasai is celebrated in a grand manner, thousands of people gathered here.

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Ayikudi Sri Balasubramaniasamy temple

This temple is situated in Thenkasi Taluk,, on the banks of Hanuman Nadi near Kutralam is Ariyar kudi or Arya Kuti – 'the abode of noble people', popularly known as Ayikudi, is this beautiful temple for Young Bala Muruga Peruman,. Utsavar Murthy of this temple is Muthukumaraswamy, standing next to a peacock on a Padma peetam. Both the Moolavar & Utsava Murthys are so beautiful that the darshan of Karunamurthi Bala Muruga is a treat to all the bhaktas who visit this temple. Skanda Shashti Soora Samhara festival, Chithirai Vishu, Vaigasi Vishakam, Masi Makam, Thaipusam are special festivals of this temple.