(Last Updated on : 16/12/2015)
Tirunanipalli Temple is the 43rd in the series of Tevara Stalams located south of the river Kaveri. Shiva is known as Swarnapureeswarar here. Sambandar's singing turned the arid land arable. This temple has many interesting architectural features. Inscriptions from Raja Raja Chola I's days are seen here, Raja Raja renovated the older temple. The Mukha mandapam has 16 pillars. Makara Toranas are seen on each of the niche images around the sanctum. Kalyanasundarar toranam is seen over Vinayakar, Ardhanareeswarar in the toranam over Lingodbhavar, Dancing Kali in the toranam over Brahma, and Natraja (Urdhva Tandavam) over Durga. Base panels with miniature sculptures are seen around the central shrine.
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