Places around Erode with Architecture

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1/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

Arudra Kabaliswarar Temple is a five-hundred-year old temple. It is in the state of Tamil Nadu and is located in the auspicious town of Erode. This temple is considered as the first ever temple in Tamil Nadu.

It is a popular belief that the Arulmigu Arudra Kabaliswarar Temple was constructed during the year Kongu Chola dynasty (1004 -1280) by a Chozha ruler. According to the words engraved on the sanctum sanctorum wall, the ancient temple is also known as Thondeeswaram. Furthermore, the presiding deity of this temple, that is Lord Shiva is called by several names which include Thon...

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2/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

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 back...

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3/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

Government Museum is one of the best museums located in the state of Tamilnadu. Government Museum is located in Erode city limits. The museum is around 1 kilometre from the Erode city centre, or it is a 5-minute drive. Many locals visit the museum frequently.

The Government Museum in Erode is located inside the VOC Park campus. It is an archaeological gallery. It consists range of Arts, Archaeology, Anthropology, Numismatics, Philately, Botany, Zoology and Geology. There is a display of Kongu Chozha Kingdom. It is the only inscription found in Tamilnadu. The museum also has a comp...

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4/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture
Jain Temple, Erode
Within Erode city limits
Architecture

Within the city limit of Erode is the Jain temple located in Indra Nagar, Erode.

The Jain temple was built by the Jain community. The temple houses Lord Mahaveer Statue with a dome shaped ceiling, showcasing the richness of the architectural site. The temple is very high in height with carvings on it. The temple is completely made up of White marble and has a huge function hall behind.

Visitors and devotees have to wear the white dothi or saree to enter the temple. The temple is opened for all seven days of the week; with timings 7:00 AM - 1:00 PM and 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM....

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5/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

Kasthuri Aranganathar Temple is one of the ancient temples of the region. The 1000 years old temple belongs to the chola period, which was constructed by 1st Paranthaka Chola King. The sanctum of the temple houses God Kasthuri Aranganathar and Goddess Kamalavalli Thayar along with Anjanayar. Situated very close to the center of the city, the temple hosts celebrations of festivals like Vaigunda Ekadasi and Puratasi

This temple overlooks the Aarudhra Kabaaleeswara Temple and is equally magnificient and might have been built around the same time. The temple has several unique features...

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6/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

Natadreeswara Temple is one of the prominent historic religious sites in Erode. It is located on a small hillock island inside the river Kauveri, on the Erode-Karur highway. Erode junction railway station which is about 47 kms from the temple. Devotees crowd the temple in thousands and lakhs on the Tamil new year day and extend hands with prayers to lord seeking his blessings.

This temple is dedicated to lord Shiva. It was believed that to keep away any kind of negativity, Agasthiar made a linga from sand and kept it on the hill, in the middle of the river Kaveri. The temple has a ...

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7/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

Sri Peria Mariamman Temple is located at the heart of the Erode town, Tamil Nadu. It is dedicated to Mariamman, the Hindu Goddess. Mariamman is closely associated with the Hindu goddesses Parvati and Durga as well as with her North Indian counterpart Shitaladevi. Goddess Mariamman is considered by many to be the South Indian Incarnation of Goddess Kali.

It is said that the Kongu Cholas who ruled the region would have built the temple 1200 years ago. The temple complex sprawls over an area of 3500 sq. ft. As per the legend, 'Mariamman', Queen Goddess had a dynasty at the place. The ...

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8/8 Places to Visit in Erode with Architecture

Thindal Murugan temple is one of the tourist attraction in Erode. It is about 7 km from central bus station stand at swastik circle, 8 kms from Erode junction. The temple is well connected to by local buses running in-between central bus terminus and perundurai.

It is one of the major worship places in the region. The diety of this temple is Lord Muruga, the reincarnation of lord Vishnu. The temple was spread over an area of 6. 25 acres and positioned at an elevation of 50m, the temple was the chief worship centre of the Mysore kingdom. The lamp post in the tindal Murugan temple ...

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