(Last Updated on : 25-11-2009)
Tiru Nana shrine is at the confluence of Bhavani, Kaveri and Amrutavahini (Mukkoodal). It is believed that no evil will befall those that visit here. This temple is the 3rd of the 7 Tevara Stalams in the Kongu Region of Tamilnadu.
: Kuberan, Rama, Arjuna, Viswamitrar and Parasarar worshipped here. Legend goes that Parasarar buried the remnants of the celestial nectar here; who was protected from the demons by his devotion to Shiva. The remnants of the nectar turned into the Shivalingam.
: A shrine to Subramanyar is situated between the Shiva and Ambal shrines. There is also an image of Jwarahareswarar in this temple. The temple covers four acres and has an ivory palanquin gifted by a European in the 19th century.
: The annual Bhrammotsavam here is celebrated in the month of Aadi (Cancer).
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