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Thyagarajaswamy Temple

Thiruvarur, India
+91 4366 242 343
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Marvellous architects

This siva temple something special, while in prayer surely you will get unique... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Latheesh C
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See and Believe

During the recent Car festival of Chithirai month, I had the opportunity to witness and receive... read more

Reviewed 1 June 2017
Mohan2013
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Chennai (Madras), India
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Thiruvarur, India
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This siva temple something special, while in prayer surely you will get unique experience. Historical Shiva temple and marvellous architecture

Thank Latheesh C
Reviewed 1 June 2017

During the recent Car festival of Chithirai month, I had the opportunity to witness and receive the grace of God Thyagarajasamy who came around the four streets bordering the temple in his majestic car which is the largest in the whole world. There were thousands...More

1  Thank Mohan2013
Reviewed 5 May 2017

This is one of very great temple in south India...Excellent place inside the temple and outside the temple...The historical festival called thearottam(Asia's biggest temple chariot) is going to be held on this year on 29-May-2017..........

5  Thank guruvivektvr
Reviewed 17 March 2017

It is an unusual temple where you find a Shiv Linga in Topaz which is worshipped only in the evenings. The temples have numerous tiny shrines spread around with various types of lingas attributed todifferent Maharshis. Thev art work on the towers (Gopurams) are breahtaking....More

1  Thank Anand G
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Overwhelming Temple! Massive in conceptualization and execution! Unique Ambal posture! Just outside Ambal Sannidhi, one can read (and sing too if you can!) the Navarana Compositions. There is a small museum within the temple. Most of the exhibits are poorly done, but that is more...More

2  Thank Latshminarayana... G
Reviewed 23 December 2016

This is a very popular Shiva temple. So many corridors built on beautifully carved stone pillars, variety of sculotures depicting mythology and history, the sparse flower garden etc are really a treat to the tourist. Recent renovations and repainting works etc...have made it very charming....More

1  Thank Veeraraghavanbala2
Reviewed 16 December 2016

Thiruvarur is a Town and district Head quarters of Thiruvarur district in Tamilnadu. This place is famous for two things. The first one is that Thyagarajaswamy Temple, a Hindu temple dedicated to the deity Lord Shiva, located in the town. The second one is that...More

2  Thank KASIRAO5646
Reviewed 10 December 2016 via mobile

One of the temples where sivan is in thiagarajar form, the ambal is posing her legs in a special way, numerous small Sannidhi add to the beauty and richness of temple's heritage, It takes atleast half day for observing the intricacies Temple pond is kamalalayam...More

2  Thank rajeshwar g
Reviewed 2 December 2016

The temple is huge and has 3 main deities and 3 goddess in separate shrines. The circumbulation path is full of lingams prayed by saints and also signifying our vedas and periods. The temple has 365 lingams and it is best to do a complete...More

2  Thank ChennaiFocus
Reviewed 21 August 2016

This temple is also very important on the life of the great saivaite saint Sundarar, the lord had performed many a thiurvilayadal in his life. the chariot of the lord is the biggest of them all. the ajaba dance of the lord is also an...More

1  Thank PonmalaiGanapathy
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