(Last Updated on : 03/08/2012)
Paandikkodumudi Temple is the 6th of the 7 Tevara Stalams in the Kongu Region of Tamilnadu.
Bhrama and Vishnu worshipped Shiva, hence the name Trimurthy Kovil. Agasthyar also worshipped here. In a test of strength between Adiseshan and Vayu, the five gems from the head of Adisesha were scattered. A red stone landed at Tiruvannamalai, an emerald at Eengoimalai, a blue diamond at Potikai, a manikkam at Vaatpoki and a diamond here. The Vinayakar here is called Kaviri Kanda Vinayakar.
This is a vast temple with grand shrines to Kodumudi nathar, Vadivudaiammai and Perumaal and Taayaar. This temple has three entrances leading to the three shrines. Kunchitapaada Natarajar has both his feet on the ground, in contrast to the raised left foot. The sun's rays illuminate the sanctum of Shiva and the Ambal for a period of four days in the months of Panguni and Aavani (Pisces and Virgo). There are several inscriptions recording the endowments from various royal dynasties.. The lion faced pilars testify to Pallava contributions.
: Bhrammotsavam is celebrated in Chittirai (Aries), in addition to Aadipperukku where lighted lamps are set afloat in the river, Aippasi Pournami, Thaippoosam and Arudra Darisanam .