(Last Updated on : 07/12/2009)
Tiruchemponpalli Temple is the 42nd in the series of Tevara Stalams located south of the river Kaveri. Indra and Kubera worshipped Shiva here. Rathi Devi prayed here to get united with Manmathan.The Sun's rays fall on the sanctum for a period of 11 days from the 7th day of the month of Aries. This temple dates back to the period of the Chola King Aditya I (9th century AD). It has just one prakaram and occupies an area of two acres. Inscriptions from the Chola period and from the Maratha period are seen here.
The annual Brahmmotsavam is held in the month of Chittirai.
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