Bannari Amman Temple located at a distance of 74. 7 kms from Erode city. Bannari located on the North West boundary of Kongu Nadu. Of late, it has become pilgrim's paradise because devotees from far and near visit this spot. It is held in high esteem as the celebrated abode of Goddess Mariamman.

Bannari Mariamman temple is situated at a distance of fourteen kilometers from Sathyamangalam in Erode District. The temple facing south and it is surrounding by thick forests with verdant vegetation on the southern, northern and western directions. The range of mountains and the hilly backdrop add charm to the abode of the deity. Animals such as elephants, wild pigs, bears, deer, hares, and monkey are found in the surrounding forests. Beautiful peacocks and various birds are also seen here. The oracle was heard by everybody who has assembled there. In response to that message, the villagers Erected shed with 'KANANGU' a kind of forest herbs. In due course, the thatched ceiling was replaced by tiled ceiling. Funds were collected from philanthropists and the temple structure underwent renovation repeatedly and, the gopuram was built above the sanctum sanctotum. Shobana Mantapa in front of the temple with 24-pillared mantapa with carvings of architectural beauty was constructed in 1967. The Artha Mantapa, Maha Mantapa and Shobana Mantapa enhance the beauty of the temple. Separate shrines for such gods as Vinayaka, Bommairayan, Madeswara Sarugu Mariamman and Muniyappa are found in and around the temple. The Bommarayan temple is in Artha mandapam facing west side and the Ganesh temple is in front mandapam facing east. God Matheshwaran is placed on a slab which is on the southern side of the Goddess temple. Near the temple pond a small temple facing west is constructed for Sarugu Mariamman is placed. The kumbhabishegam for this temple was conducted on second of this month. On the west side of the temple pond a big pit is present. In that pit water will be stagnant only on rainy seasons. On other seasons water won't stagnate there. To the left side of the way to the temple pond, God Vandi Muniappar is placed on a slab. .

A golden rath of 9. 8' height wass designed for Goddess Bannari Amman and is used for the annual festival of Veethi Ula. For taking golden rath to Veethi Ula devotees has to pay an amount of 1001 rupees and they can fix the timing for ula as they wish. The temple can be visited during timings 5:00 AM - 9:00 PM.