Thursday, 1 September 2016

THE ADYAR – A CULTURAL MAPPING, ONE DAY TRIP TO THE TEMPLES AND HERITAGE SITES ON THE BANKS OF RIVER ADYAR. SRI PARVATHAVARDHINI SAMEDHA SRI RAMANATHEESWARAR TEMPLE, THIRUKAVANUR ( SIRUKALATHUR) and MEGALITHIC BURIAL SITES

A Continuation to the previous post. 
27th August 2016.
This temple is on the way to Chembarampakkam tank. The temple is on a small hill of about  50 to 60 feet high. This is a stone structure might have built during Pallava period. The temple was renovated  at-least before 50 years back and we could see the tamil numbers written on the stones as identification markings. The temple is facing east and nandhi with palipedam are kept out side the  temple. The pedestals are built with bricks. The tamil inscriptions are at the base of the sanctum

It was believed that Sri Rama and Sekizhar  worshiped lord Shiva of this temple.  Sri  Sitha was identified as vaibhava Lakshmi.
We could trace 2 nos of megalithic ( Cairn circles ) burial sites near the temple.
CONTACT DETAILS :
The temple is under renovation and needs fund.  The donars are requested to contact  the mobile numbers 9444463567, 9710207628 and 9840765830 for the renovation.
LOCATION OF THE TEMPLE : CLICK HERE










megalithic ( Cairn circles ) burial sites
megalithic ( Cairn circles ) burial sites
A beautiful sight of Thiruneermalai 
To be continued ….

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