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Arulmigu Magudeshwarar & Veeranarayanapperumaal Temple - Kodumudi

     This temple is Mummoorthi Temple and so containing the deities of Brahma, Magudeshwarar, Veeranarayanapperumaal. The Goddess part is Soundhraambigai. Lord Brahma of this temple has no goddess part. The name of Mahavishnu in this temple is Veeranarayanapperumaal with the Goddess part called various names as Thirumangai Nachiyar and Mahalakshmi. Lord Magudeshwarar of destructive duty, Veeranarayanapperumaal of Protective duty and Brahma of creative duty are the trinity of Hindu spirituality system.
 Website Link : www.kodumudimagudeswarar.org


Arulmigu Bhavani Sangameshwarar Temple - Bhavani

     Bhavani Sangameshwarar Temple is an ancient one. The confluence of three rivers Kaveri, and amirtha nathi meet at one place of the temple. So the place of bhavani Eswarar is called as Sangameshwarar. The place of bhavani is called as nayanmar’s songs as Thirunana. The holy temple was praised by nayanmar Thirunanasampathar and Thiruppugal Arunagirinathar. This places is known as parikar Thalam. So in the south of the temple place of koodudurai the purokits (priests) performing poojas ie; parikara like nagadhosa, Sevvaidhosa, Marriage dhosa, Navagraha dhosa and other dhosas. This place bhavani is situated in Erode District.
 Website Link : www.bhavanisangameswarartemple.tnhrce.in


Arulmigu Periya Mariamman Temple - Erode

     Periamariamman Temple is situated at heart of the Erode Town. According to ‘Hindu Mythology’ Mariamman is ‘Queen godess’ she having ‘Her’ own dynasity where ‘she’ is situated further having the power to eradicate the illness due to excessive heat like small pox, chicken pox, high temperature. Hence, ‘Periamariamman’ is worshipped commonly without any caste, creed, religion differenciation.
 Website Link :www.erodeperiyamariamman.tinfo.in


 

 

 

 

 

Arulmigu Subramanya Swamy Temple - Chennimalai

     After 3 miles from Chennimalai, on the banks of Noyyal River, there is a village named ‘Kodumanal’. It was once a flourishing ancient trade city known as Kodumanam, as inscribed in Patittrupathu of Sangam literature. The place is an important archaeological site, under the control of State Archaeological Department of Tamil Nadu. Archaeological Survey suggests that, once upon a time, this village used to be a big town and was ruled by a petty king. The research on this subject is still continuing to unearth more information.
 Website Link :www.chennimalaitemple.tnhrce.in